Erik Essink is a PhD Candidate in Humanitarian Logistics at the Kühne Logistics University since September 2018. Before starting as a PhD Candidate at KLU, he has worked at as a research associate at the department of Public Health at the Erasmus Medical Center (EMC) in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. He conducted his bachelor and master studies in Econometrics (specialization Quantitative Logistics and Operations Research) at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. During, his bachelor studies, he spent one semester abroad at the University of Mannheim. He also gained practical experience by performing his graduation internship at Netherlands Railways.
His research at KLU will most likely involve the forecasting and preventing the spread of infectious diseases in developing countries using mathematical modelling.
|since 2018||Research Assistant, Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany|
|2017-2018||Research Assistant, Erasmus University MC Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|2015-2016||Teaching Assistant Numerical Methods, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|2014||Research Assistant, Erasmus MC, Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|2012-2014||Research Assistant, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands|
|2016-2017||Master thesis researcher, NS Reizigers, Utrecht, The Netherlands|
|since 2018||PhD Candidate in Humanitarian Logistics, Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany|
|2017||Master of Science in Operations Research and Quantitative Logistics, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|2015||Bachelor of Science in Econometrics and Operations Research, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|2014||Exchange Semester, University of Mannheim, Germany|