Homepage for assembly line optimization research

Assembly Line Optimization Homepage

This web site is intended to be a general platform for research on assembly line design, line balancing, mixed-model sequencing and other problems in the context of planning, optimizing and controlling assembly production systems. Researchers and practioners in the field shall be able to find topic related material (publications, methods, data sets, software) and to include own work in the data bases by providing reference to new papers and uploading material.

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Prof. Dr. Armin Scholl


Prof. Dr. Nils Boysen


Prof. Dr. Malte Fliedner


Prof. Dr. Robert Klein

Chair of
Management Science
Carl-Zeiß-Str. 3
D-07743 Jena

Armin Scholl

Chair of
Operations Management
Carl-Zeiß-Str. 3
D-07743 Jena

Nils Boysen

Chair of Management Science & Operations Research
Darmstadt University of Technology
Hochschulstraße 1
D-64289 Darmstadt

Malte Fliedner

Chair of
Analytics & Optimization
University of Augsburg

Universitätsstr. 16
D-86159 Augsburg

This site is a non-profit research homepage to support academic research and practical applications of concepts and methods of assembly line optimization. In particular, line balancing and mixed-model sequencing are in the focus.

Latest News
 Association IWA founded
17.09.2008 12:51
German researchers and pracitioners in automotive industry have founded an association called "Initiative Wissenschaft u ... [more]
Armin Scholl
 New functions
01.12.2007 00:29
The homepage has a new function:
Personal profiles can be generated to inform about researchers and pract ... [more]
Armin Scholl
 Workshop on Line Balancing in Jena (29th and 30th October)
04.11.2007 16:37
At the University of Jena a workshop on assembly line balancing was held on 2007-10-29 and 2007-10-30. Talks (in German) ... [more]
Armin Scholl
 New page is online
17.07.2007 17:07
The homepage of assembly line balancing research has been redesigned and extended. Now, it provides a lot of additional ... [more]
Armin Scholl
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