André Snoeck is a research assistant at the Megacity Logistics Lab (http://megacitylab.mit.edu) at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics and a Ph.D. student in the Interdepartmental Program of Transportation. His research focuses on the multi-tier distribution network design in the context of last mile delivery and urban freight transportation and last-mile delivery data analytics.
Before coming to MIT he got both his Bachelor and Master degree in Industrial Engineering at Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands with a specialization in Operations Management and Logistics. His previous professional work includes working with Royal FloraHolland on the impact of flower auction digitalization on the supply chain and Trinseo on supply chain risk mitigation. In 2012, he co-founded Solar Team Eindhoven to develop Stella (http://www.solarteameindhoven.nl), world’s first solar powered family car. The team won the 2013 Bridgestone World Solar Challenge and received the award for Best Technology Achievement at the annual Silicon Valley Crunchie awards in 2015, beating Apple Pay and SpaceX (http://techcrunch.com/gallery/the-8th-annual-crunchies-awards-winners/).