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Martin Stølevik

Personnel Manager

Martin Stølevik

Personnel Manager

Martin Stølevik
Phone: 930 31 357
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Department: Organisation and Support Services
Office: Oslo

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/914127/

Nurse rostering is a complex task of practical relevance. Over the last years, researchers have been able to solve increasingly larger and more complex problems. In this paper, we describe the full procedure of running the First International Nurse Rostering Competition. The aim of the competition...

Authors Stefaan Haspeslagh Patrick De Causmaecker Andrea Schaerf Martin Stølevik
Year 2012
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1268161/

The model we present in this report is mainly developed on work done together with the company Gatsoft AS. With minor changes and extensions, a version of the model has been implemented and delivered to Gatsoft as a plug-in to the rostering part of their software GAT. The model consists of two types...

Authors Martin Stølevik Tomas Nordlander Atle Riise
Year 2011
Type Report
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/908953/

The shift design problem consists in finding a suitable set of shifts which covers the work demand for a planning horizon. For labor intensive organizations, finding a good match between the predicted workload and the scheduled workforce work capacity is crucial. In a multi-skill shift design...

Authors Eivind Jodaa Nilssen Martin Stølevik Erik Lien Johnsen Tomas Nordlander
Year 2011
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/909660/

Nurse rostering is the process of creating a plan for nurse working hours over a given time horizon. This problem, most variants of which are NP-hard, has been studied extensively for many years. Still, practical nurse rostering is mostly done manually, often by highly qualified health care...

Authors Martin Stølevik Tomas Nordlander Helle Frøyseth Atle Riise
Year 2011
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1452070/

In hospitals much effort is spent producing rosters which are workable and of a high quality for their nurses. Though the Nurse Rostering Problem is known to be a difficult combinatorial optimisation problem of practical relevance, it has received ample attention mainly in recent years...

Authors Stefaan Haspeslagh Patrick De Causmaecker Martin Stølevik Andrea Schaerf
Year 2010
Type Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1451310/

For labour intensive organizations, finding a good match between the predicted workload and the scheduled workforce work capacity is crucial: One important step in this matching process is shift design and it have received surprisingly little research attention even though good shift design is a...

Authors Eivind Jodaa Nilssen Martin Stølevik Tomas Nordlander Erik Lien Johnsen
Year 2010
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1271571/

The Norwegian Football Association is responsible for creating the schedules for the topmost football divisions. Before the 2007 season SINTEF ICT was asked to help in the planning process. This talk will summarize our work on the problem, highlighting the motivation for creating new patterns and...

Authors Truls Flatberg Eivind Jodaa Nilssen Martin Stølevik
Year 2009
Type Academic lecture
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/1274675/

A flexible model and solution approach for the nurse rostering problem is described. Our approach uses a customized CSP search algorithm to create the initial solution and Iterated Local Search for optimization. The approach has been tested with good results on real world problems.  ...

Authors Helle Frøyseth Martin Stølevik Atle Riise
Year 2008
Type Academic lecture