Lars Relund NielsenLars Relund Nielsen
Department of Economics and Business Economics
Fuglesangs Allé 4
DK-8210 Aarhus V
Office 2621-114
Phone: +45 871 65145/+45 61 300 299 (mobile)
ORCID: 0000-0002-4802-3071

Cand.scient.oecon. (M.Sc.), Ph.D. 2004 in Mathematics and Economics at the University of Aarhus. Professor at Department of Economics and Business Economics, Business and Social Sciences, Aarhus University.

OR50 conference

Conference/meeting, Research 19. September 2008

The 9.-11. September I have been participating in OR50 – The UK OR Society’s 50’th conference in York.  The conference was held at the University of York’s beautiful lakeside campus. I gave a talk in the agricultural stream about ‘Optimal replacement policies for dairy cows based on daily yield measurements’.

IBC conference Dublin

Conference/meeting, Research 4. August 2008

University College DublinJuly 14-18, 2008 I participated in IBC – the XXIVth International Biometric Conference in Dublin. Here I presented a poster “Embedding a State Space Model into a Markov Decision Process”. Afterwards I spend a few days enjoying Dublin.

Theme day about Herd Navigator

Conference/meeting 8. February 2008

HerdNavigator_LogoTM Yesterday I participated in a theme day about Herd Navigator which is the commercial product developed under the Biosens I project.

Herd Navigator makes it possible to provide decision support of individual cows in terms of reproduction, health and feeding, giving the farmer a financial benefit per cow per year. The herd manager gains a better overview of the condition of the herd and can take action early against diseases and at the right time for reproduction. Earlier intervention means savings in time and costs and also ensures optimal reproduction control. The product uses a combination of biosensors, IT, statistics and OR techniques.

The product won the Agromek prize. The partners are Dansk Kvæg, DeLaval and FOSS.

EURO XXII conference

Conference/meeting 6. August 2007

July 8-11, 2007 I participated in EURO XXII in Prague. Here I gave a talk “Embedding Dynamic Statistic Prediction (DSP) Models into a Markov Decision Process (MDP)”. Afterwards I spend a few days enjoying Prague.

First Nordic-Baltic Biometric Conference

Conference/meeting 17. February 2007

The Nordic-Baltic Biometric Conference 2007 (NBBC07) is the first conference arranged by the Nordic Regional and Baltic National Biometric Societies.

The conferences aim at to supplement the series arranged by the International Biometric Society and are held in order to strengthen the collaborative efforts of the Nordic researchers interested in biometry and statistics in general.

NBBC07 is hosted by the Research Unit of Statistics and Decision Analysis, Department of Genetics and Biotechnology, Faculty of Agricultural Sciences, University of Aarhus situated at Research Centre Foulum.

For more information see the conference web-site.

Conference participation

Conference/meeting 20. July 2006

July 2-5, 2006 I have participated in EURO XXI in Iceland. Here I gave a talk about finding the K best policies in a Markon decision process.

Conference participation

Conference/meeting 22. June 2006

The 12-14’th of June I have participated in MOPGP06 — the 7th International Conference devoted to Multi-Objective Programming and Goal Programming. I gave a talk about bicriterion a priori route choice i stochastic time-dependent networks.

Conference participation

Conference/meeting 5. September 2005

The 6-9th September 2005 I am participating in the annual conference of the Italian Operations Research Society. I am giving a talk with the title “A hypergraph model for a finite–horizon Markov decision process”.

Conference participation

Conference/meeting 30. September 2004

I have participated in European Workshop for Decision Problems in Agriculture and Natural Resources (EWDA04), Silsoe, 27-28 Sep. 2004 where I gave a talk: Risk aversion in Markov decision processes –
Modelling MDPs using directed hypergraphs. A conference proceeding is avaiable under publications.

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