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Dipl.-Ing. Dr.

Martin Romauch

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Dipl.-Ing. Dr.

Martin Romauch


Head of Bachelor Business Engineering
Head of Master Business Engineering


Campus 1 Wiener Neustadt
Johannes Gutenberg-Straße 3
2700 Wiener Neustadt
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Research Activities


    The FAMOUS (Freight Access Management for Optimizing Urban Space) project aims to evaluate legislative and technical measures for freight traffic control in cities using a comprehensive calculation and simulation model. For this purpose, the GÜMORE freight transport model is used in combination with a small-scale model for fine distribution in the urban area and the proven passenger transport model from ITS Vienna Region for access management issues in cities. In addition to traffic metrics, the reduction in greenhouse gases (CO2), energy consumption and pollutant emissions are also calculated and evaluated. In addition to the Verkehrsverbund Ost (VOR), BOKU Vienna, and hh2pro, project partners include the cities of Vienna and Wiener Neustadt.

  • IntelliProPS

    The aim of this project is (1) the research and development of new planning and control concepts based on the combination of classic methods of planning and control with methods of artificial intelligence (especially machine learning) for production scenarios with very high volatility and variability with regard to product variants, order quantities, raw material/part quality, with a simultaneous high degree of automation and a high degree of human-machine collaboration, (2) the development of a configurable simulator and demonstrator that allows production companies to use various decentralized planning and control concepts enriched with AI for production scenarios with high variability and To test, evaluate and further develop volatility in terms of product variants, order quantities, raw material/part quality (development and test bench for AI-enhanced production planning and control concepts). This project is funded by the FFG as part of the COIN construction FH for the economy program.

  • Beton KI

    This R&D project, funded by the province of Lower Austria, aims to develop cluster and similarity algorithms for the automated detection of the hardness of concrete formulations. FOTEC's task is to establish a LORAWAN-based measurement system at Wopfinger premises and to develop and evaluate algorithms from the measurement data obtained.


  • Romauch, Martin/ Kühnen, Jakob/ Erol, Selim (2020): Achieving long term sustainable multicriteria goals with operational and tactical decisions. In: EurOMA 2020, Warwick / https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wmg/mediacentre/wmgevents/euroma2020/proceedings/..
  • Romauch, Martin/ Hartl, Richard (2017): Capacity Planning for Cluster Tools in the Semiconductor Industry. In: International Journal of Production Economics / https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0925527317300051.
  • Hartl, Richard / Romauch, Martin (2016): Notes on the single route lateral transhipment problem. In: Journal of Global Optimization.
  • Romauch, Martin / Klemmt, Andreas (2015): Product mix optimization for a semiconductor fab: Modeling approaches and decomposition techniques. In: Computers & Operations Research.
  • Tricoire, Fabien / Romauch, Martin / Karl F., Dörner / Hartl, Richard (2010): Heuristics for the multi-period orienteering problem with multiple time windows. In: Computers & Operations Research.
  • Lulli, Guglielmo / Romauch, Martin (2009): A mathematical program to refine gene regulatory networks. In: Discrete Applied Mathematics.