Welcome to the Institute of Production and Logistics Management!

We focus on quantitative methods in support of decision-making in both research and teaching in the areas of operations, logistics, and supply chain management. In addition, we focus on a wide range of topics that include sustainable location and routing problems, decision support in regard to disaster relief, developing multi-objective optimization methods, as wel as planning and controlling automated guided vehicles.

Our homepage contains information about our academic degree program, Master's degree theses, current research projects, and events.

The endowed chair "Sustainable Transportation Logistics 4.0" (ITS) has also been part of the Institute of Production and Logistics Managment (PLM) since October 2018. Detailed information about the chair is available at: jku.at/its



Institute of Production- and Logistics Management


Johannes Kepler Universität Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
4040 Linz


Managementzentrum, 4th floor, Trakt B, Room 406 B

Office Hours (Secretary)

Mon-Wed: 8:30 - 11:30 AM and 1:00 - 3:30 PM
Thurs: 1:00 - 3:30 PMr
Fri: 8:30 - 11:30 AM


+43 732 2468 5501



News & Events
News 29.04.2021

VeRoLog Webinar Series

The EURO Working Group on Vehicle Routing and Logistics Optimization (VeRoLog) is excited to launch a series of webinars. From April on, on the last Thursday of each month, from 4 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. (CET), one or two speakers from academia and/or industry will present the most exciting developments in their research domains.

News 12.10.2021

Graduate students in the Economic and Business Analytics program get interesting insight into data use and strategies at Wacker Neuson

Wacker Neuson is on its way to a become a data-driven company. 

News 28.09.2021

New publication in VHB-A journal

The paper "The bi-objective multimodal car-sharing problem" by Miriam Enzi, Sophie N. Parragh, und Jakob Puchinger will be published in OR-Spectrum.

News 28.09.2021


Miriam Enzi has successfully defended her disseration "Models and algorithms for shared mobility systems".

„Space for top level research with close links to practical applications.“
Sophie Parragh