Dr. Milos Milenkovic
Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the MIT-Zaragoza Program
Dr. Milos Milenkovic is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the MIT-Zaragoza Program. He holds also a position of Assistant Professor at The Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Dr. Milenkovic has a Ph.D. degree of Technical Sciences in the field of Traffic and Transportation with a focus on rail freight car scheduling and fleet sizing problems, Magisterial degree of Technical Sciences with a focus on train dispatching problems and M.Sc. degree based on railway related intelligent transportation systems from the Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering, University of Belgrade, Serbia.
Dr. Milenkovic´s main research areas are mathematical optimization, model predictive control theory, time series analysis, project management and engineering economy with a special focus on transport related applications. He is engaged as a member of editorial board of a number of scientific conferences and also as a reviewer of a number of prestigious peer-reviewed journals, like “International Journal of Uncertainty, Fuzziness and Knowledge-Based Systems”, ”Applied Mathematical Modelling” and ”Transportation Research Part E”. During his career Dr Milenkovic published more than fifty papers in journals as well as on scientific conferences.
Dr. Milenkovic has also been employed for two years in Public Enterprise ”Serbian Railways” as a leading engineer for traffic organization and timetable construction.
The Transport Research Group works on issues related to infrastructure, freight transportation and mobility, logistics corridors and the transport policies of Spain, the EU and Latin America.
Acronym: CLUSTERS 2.0 Project number: 723265 Funding Body: Comisión Europea – H2020 Type of funding: Public Main Researcher: Susana Val Start date: 1/05/2017 End date: 30/04/2020 Duration: 36 months http://www.clusters20.eu/ Project Description If we want to reach the EU objective on modal shift for all transportation beyond 300 km and attract and strengthen competitiveness of […]
Acronym: Smart-Rail Project Number: 636071 Funding body: European Commission, Horizon 2020 Type of Funding: Public Main Researcher: Susana Val Other Researchers: María Jesús Sáenz, Jesús Fernando Roldán, Milos MilenkovicStart date: 01/05/2015 End date: 30/04/2018 Duration: 3 years Project Description www.smartrail-project.eu The overall objective of Smart-Rail is: To improve the freight rail services offered to the […]
Container flow forecasting through neural networks based on metaheuristics
Milenković, M., Milosavljevic, N., Bojović, N., Val, S. | Container flow forecasting through neural networks based on metaheuristics. | Operational Research, an international Journal | Vol. 21, June 2021 | pp. 965–997.
Optimization Models for Rail Car Fleet Management
Milenkovic, M., Bojović, N. Optimization Models for Rail Car Fleet Management, Elsevier 2020. ISBN 9780128151549.
Booking limits and bid price based revenue management policies in rail freight transportation
Kapetanovic, M., Bojovic, N., Milenkovic, M. Booking limits and bid price based revenue management policies in rail freight transportation. European Journal of Transport & Infrastructure Research, Vol. 18(1), 2018 pp. 60-75
Stochastic model predictive control to heterogeneous freight car fleet sizing problem
Milenković M., Bojović N., Švadlenka L., Melichar V., 2015. Stochastic model predictive control to heterogeneous freight car fleet sizing problem. Transportation Research, Part E 82, pp. 162-198 (IF2013=2,676, Transportation Science & Technology (7/32)).
Applying a mathematical approach to improve the tire retreading process
Dabic, S., Miljus, M., Bojović, N., Glisovic, N., Milenković, M., 2014. Applying a mathematical approach to improve the tire retreading process. Resources, Conservation and Recycling Vol. 86, May 2014, pp. 107-117
A fuzzy random model for rail freight car fleet sizing problem
Milenković, M., Bojović, N., 2013. A fuzzy random model for rail freight car fleet sizing problem. Transportation Research Part C, Vol 33, pp. 107-133, (IF2012=2,006, Transportation Science & Technology (7/30)), (ISSN 0968-090X)
By Dr. Milos Milenkovic and Dr. Victoria Muerza
By Dr. Milos Milenkovic
By Dr. Mustafa Çägri Gürbüz, Dr. Milos Milenkovic, Dr. Luca Urciuoli and Dr. Susana Val