Netherlands OML Conference 2024​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

The Netherlands Operations Management and Logistics Conference 2024 is a two-day conference on Operations Management and Logistics, jointly organized by the Research School Beta, the Research School TRAIL, and the research institute ERIM, and sponsored by TKI Dinalog and NWO. Scheduled for May 30th and 31st, this bi-annual conference is organized with the purpose of fostering the academic OML community within the Netherlands and Flanders and is open to everyone who is interested in joining. In addition to an interesting program that includes three plenary lectures by leading speakers, 9 parallel sessions with different themes covering the broad spectrum of research and methodologies within the area of OML, and a panel discussion about applied research, this conference is the perfect place for networking opportunities. Between the presentations, the program leaves plenty of time available to get to know the other participants and exchange ideas and thoughts.

Practical information


The conference is held at Conference Hotel Kontakt der Kontinenten in Soesterberg, which is easily accessible by car and by public transportation (see How to get there)



The conference language is English.

Conference fee

The conference fee for one-day attendance is the same as for two-day attendance and covers coffee, tea, lunches, the conference dinner on Thursday, and drinks.

The early bird conference fee is €150, which expires on 31 March 2024. After this date, the conference fee is €175.

Cancellations before 15 May will be charged 25 Euro. Cancellations after 15 May cannot be refunded.


Overnight stay

An overnight stay is not included. If you want to stay overnight, you can book a room at the conference Hotel Kontakt der Kontinenten for a fixed price. Details about this will be emailed after registration.

Conference Committee

Zümbül Atan (TU/e – chair and representative Beta)

Ivo Adan (TU/e – representative GP-OML Program Board)

Renzo Akkerman (WUR – representative Beta)

Cynthia Kong (EUR – representative ERIM)

Evrim Ursavas (RUG – representative TRAIL)

Geertje Kramer (policy advisor Beta)

Freke Sens (support staff Beta)

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