Daniele Vigo was born in Milano, Italy, on May 23, 1963.
On March 22, 1989 he received his Ms Degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Bologna.
On November 1, 1989, he started the Ph.D. program in Systems Engineering at the Department of Electronics, Computer Science and Systems of the University of Bologna, under the supervision of Profs Paolo Toth and Silvano Martello. On September 9, 1993, he successfully defended his dissertation “Algoritmi Esatti ed Approssimati per Problemi di Routing e di Scheduling” (Exact and Heuristic Algorithms for Routing and Scheduling Problems), and obtained the Ph.D. in Systems Engineering.
On October 1, 1994, he beacame a Researcher (Assistant Professor) in the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Bologna. On October 1, 1997 he became Confirmed Researcher.
On November 1, 1998 he was nominated Associate Professor of Operations Research at the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Bologna.
On December, 2001, he obtained the habilitation to the position of Full Professor.
On January, 2004, he was nominated Full Professor of Operations Research at the 2nd Faculty of Engineering of the University of Bologna.
2004-: Full professor of Operations Research at the University of Bologna
2006-12: responsible of international activities of 2nf Faculty of Engineering
2010-14: Visiting Professor at Goethe Universitat Frankfurt
2011-20: coordinator of the PhD program in Automatica e Ricerca Operativa, University of Bologna
2011-14: Director of the training center of Associazione Italiana Riscaldamento Urbano
2012-:15: member of the scientific council of Consorzio Interuniversitario per la Ricerca Operativa
2014- : Scientific responsible of the Laboratory for Optimization in Operations Management
2014- : Visting Professor at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
2016-19: President of the Italian Operations Research Society (AIRO) including the coordination of the scientific sector MAT/09
2019- : Visiting Professor at University of Vienna
2019-: Director of Inter-Departmental Center for Industrial Research on ICT at University of Bologna
INDICATORS OF SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION (February 2020)
Citations: more than 5000
GOOGLE SCHOLAR global indicators
Citations: more than 1700
ROLES IN SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION
Vice President from 2003-09 and President (2016-19) of AIRO (Italian OR society);
Coordinator of the EURO Working Group on Vehicle Routing and Logistics Optimization since 2011
Member of juries for several awards for EURO (European OR society) and INFORMS (US OR society).
He has taken editorial responsibilities as:
Associate editor of international journals: Transportation Science, Operations Research Letters and Operations Research.
He has been editor of 3 international volumes and 6 special issues of international journals.
INVITED AND KEYNOTE SPEAKER
He has been invited or keynote speaker at several conferences including
OR2015 Vienna September 2015 and 4th winter school on Network Optimization, Estoril, Portugal, 12-16 January 2015
SUPERVISOR OF PHD STUDENTS AND YOUNG RESEARCHERS
He has been supervisor of PhD students at the University of Bologna: Maria Battarra, Chiara Bordin, Selini Hadjidimitriou (Co supervisor), Stefano Novellani (Co supervisor), Claudio Gambella (Co supervisor), Alberto Santini (Co supervisor), Andrea Bessi, Federico Naldini (Co supervisor), Luca Accorsi (Co supervisor), Antonio Punzo (Co supervisor).
He has been Co supervisor of the PhD Thesis of Michael Schneider (Univ.Kaiserslautern), Andreas Stenger, Christian Doppstadt (University of Frankfurt), Ana Dolores Lopez Sanchez (Pablo de Olavide Unversity, Valencia)
He has been responsible of 25 annual research grants (assegni di ricerca annuali) at the University of Bologna in the last ten years.
He has been member of the final examination committee for more than 25 international PhD students.
OTHER SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES
He has organized several international conferences, workshops, schools.
He was chair the Program committee of EURO 2016, Poznan, 2016;
He has been referee for international projects for research institutions in Hong Kong, Canada, Belgium, Sweden