The Fifth European Technology and Operations Management Day

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9 Jun 2024

19:30 -21:00

10 Jun 2024

08:30 -22:00

11 Jun 2024

14:00 -15:00

Times are shown in local time.

Open to: By invitation only

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Cambridge Judge Business School

Trumpington St



United Kingdom

Join us in Cambridge

The European Technology and Operations Management (TOM) Day brings together, on a yearly basis, academics from European business schools that work on related topics.

The purpose of the conference is to present and discuss latest trends and research in the field, and to develop and strengthen relationships among research groups in Europe.

Attendance to this conference is by invitation only.

For any queries related to the logistics of your trip, please contact Emily Brown.

Cambridge Judge Business School.


The conference has a single track of 30-minute presentations, distributed among doctoral students, junior faculty, and senior faculty. Founding members of the TOM Day are Cambridge Judge Business School, HEC Paris, IESE Business School, INSEAD, London Business School, and the UCL School of Management.


Drinks reception

Cambridge Judge Business School


Registration and welcoming drinks

Cambridge Judge Business School


Welcoming Words




Sessions 2

  • Clara Carrera, INSEAD: Clean energy transition, scarcity, and urban mining
  • Philippe Blaettchen, CityU, Bayes Business School: A random model of supply chain networks
  • Christoph Loch, Cambridge Judge Business School: Keynote


Session 3

  • Vassilis Digalakis, HEC Paris: Slowly varying regression under sparsity
  • Jean Pauphilet, London Business School: The best decisions are not the best advice: making adherence-aware recommendations
  • Yi-Chun Akchen, UCL: The role of consideration sets in discrete choice modelling: identifiability and approximability




Closing remarks


Tour of the Fitzwilliam Museum

The Fitzwilliam Museum is the lead partner of the spectacular collections of the University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) and Botanic Garden.

From antiquity to the present day, the Fitzwilliam houses a world-renowned collection of over half a million beautiful works of art, masterpiece paintings and historical artefacts.

The exterior of the Fitzwilliam Museum.


Niyazi Taneri

Associate Professor in Operations & Technology Management at Cambridge Judge Business School

Nektarios (Aris) Oraiopoulos

Professor of Operations & Technology Management

PhD (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Professor Feryal Erhun

Professor of Operations & Technology Management, Cambridge Judge Business School

Academic Director, Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre

Professor Feryal Erhun is the Professor of Operations & Technology Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. She is the Academic Director of the Wo+Men’s Leadership Centre at the School and a Co-Director of the Cambridge Centre for Health Leadership & Enterprise (with a focus on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in Healthcare).

Feryal’s research interests include strategic interactions between stakeholders in supply chains, socially responsible operations, and healthcare operations. She is a strong proponent of practice-based research. Through collaborations with Intel Corporation, Cisco, Stanford University Medical Center, Public Health England and others, she has been able to combine her academic interests with stakeholders’ needs to deliver insights for both communities.

Feryal is an editorial board member of Management Science and Manufacturing and Service Operations Management. She is a board member of the Production and Operations Management Society, and she has served as the President-elect (2020-2021) and the President (2021-2022) of the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society. During her presidency, she focused on increasing the transparency of academic institutions on EDI policies.

View Feryal’s profile

Stefan Scholtes

Dennis Gillings Professor of Health Management

PhD (Karlsruhe University)

Accommodation and getting here

Cambridge has a large variety of hotel, B&Bs and short-stay apartment accommodation available. You should also note that June is peak season for functions and visits to Cambridge and so it is advisable to book accommodation as early as possible. 

Tripadvisor provides a good overview of options. There are many possibilities but if you wish to stay near the railway station, hotel options include the Clayton Hotel, Ibis Hotel and Travelodge Hotel. Options nearer to Cambridge Judge and Queens’ College include the Gonville Hotel, Graduate Hotel, Hilton Hotel, Hotel du Vin, Lensfield Hotel, Regent Hotel and University Arms Hotel.

Getting to Cambridge Judge


Regrettably the conference is now at capacity and we have closed registrations.