Cagatay Iris
Cagatay Iris
Lecturer (Asst Prof), University of Liverpool
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Integrated Berth Allocation and Quay Crane Assignment Problem: Set partitioning models and computational results
Ç Iris, D Pacino, S Ropke, A Larsen
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 81, 75-97, 2015
842015
The multi-port berth allocation problem with speed optimization and emission considerations
G Venturini, Ç Iris, CA Kontovas, A Larsen
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 54, 142-159, 2017
672017
A review of energy efficiency in ports: Operational strategies, technologies and energy management systems
Ç Iris, JSL Lam
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 112, 170-182, 2019
512019
Improved formulations and an Adaptive Large Neighborhood Search heuristic for the integrated berth allocation and quay crane assignment problem
Ç Iris, D Pacino, S Ropke
Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 105, 123-147, 2017
482017
Analyzing relationship between ERP utilization and lean manufacturing maturity of Turkish SMEs
C Iris, U Cebeci
Journal of Enterprise Information Management 27 (3), 261-277, 2014
392014
Flexible ship loading problem with transfer vehicle assignment and scheduling
Ç Iris, J Christensen, D Pacino, S Ropke
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 111, 113-134, 2018
362018
Recoverable robustness in weekly berth and quay crane planning
Ç Iris, JSL Lam
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 122, 365-389, 2019
252019
A Fuzzy Linear Programming Approach for Aggregate Production Planning
C Iris, E Cevikcan
Supply Chain Management Under Fuzziness, 355-374, 2014
192014
A Survey on the Ship Loading Problem
C Iris, D Pacino
Computational Logistics, 238-251, 2015
122015
A review of genetic algorithm applications in supply chain network design
C Iris, SS Asan
Computational Intelligence Systems in Industrial Engineering, 203-230, 2012
112012
Multi-item simultaneous lot sizing and storage allocation with production and warehouse capacities
C Iris, MM Yenisey
Computational Logistics, 129-141, 2012
82012
Mathematical programming formulations for the strategic berth template problem
Ç Iris, E Lalla-Ruiz, JSL Lam, S Voß
Computers & Industrial Engineering 124, 167-179, 2018
72018
Analysis of Turkish logistics sector and solutions selection to emerging problems regarding criteria listed in Logistics Performance Index (LPI)
Ç İRİS, M TANYAŞ
International Journal of Business and Management Studies 3 (1), 93-104, 2011
42011
Cold chain shipping mode choice with environmental and financial perspectives
X Zhang, JSL Lam, Ç Iris
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 87, 102537, 2020
32020
Meta-analysis of metaheuristics: Quantifying the effect of adaptiveness in adaptive large neighborhood search
R Turkeš, K Sörensen, LM Hvattum, E Barrena, H Chentli, L Coelho, ...
European Journal of Operational Research, 2019
32019
An efficient heuristic algorithm for capacitated lot sizing problem with overtime decisions
C Iris, MM Yenisey
Advances in Production Management Systems. Value Networks: Innovation …, 2011
32011
Integrated berth allocation and quay crane assignment problem: set partitioning models and computational results
I Çağatay, D Pacino, S Ropke, A Larsen
Transportation Research Part E, 75-97, 2015
2*2015
Performance evaluation of Lot Sizing Strategy via discrete event simulation
S Baysan, C Iris, MM Yenisey
UNCERTAINTY MODELING IN KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING AND DECISION MAKING 7, 1105-1110, 2012
12012
A review of China’s municipal solid waste (MSW) and comparison with international regions: Management and technologies in treatment and resource utilization
Y Ding, J Zhao, JW Liu, J Zhou, L Cheng, J Zhao, Z Shao, Ç Iris, B Pan, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production, 126144, 2021
2021
Data for a meta-analysis of the adaptive layer in adaptive large neighborhood search
R Turkeš, K Sörensen, LM Hvattum, E Barrena, H Chentli, LC Coelho, ...
Data in brief 33, 106568, 2020
2020
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