Professor, Delft University of Technology
Alexander Verbraeck (MSc in applied mathematics 1987; PhD in logistics 1991), is a full professor at Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, Multi Actor Systems Department.
His research focuses on modelling and simulation, especially in heavily distributed environments and using real-time data. Examples of research on these types of simulations are real-time decision making, interactive gaming using simulations, data driven simulation, and digital twins. The major application domains for his research are logistics and transportation, and safety and security, for which simulation models and serious games are developed in government and industry funded projects.
In addition, Alexander researches project risk management and supply chain risk management. His research has been published in book chapters and in many leading journals and conferences.