Marianne Guillet


TomTom, 12435 Berlin, Germany



Short Biography

Marianne is a PhD student at the Professorship of Operations and Supply Chain Management at TUM School of Management. In December 2018, she started a joint position with the navigation services provider company TomTom and the RWTH Aachen University, in order to work on the BMWi funded electromobility project, iMove. Before starting her PhD, she got an engineering master degree of Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne in France. Her research focuses on stochastic Electric Vehicle (EV) charging and balanced charging in cooperative electricity and road networks. With her double position, Marianne gets insightful feedbacks from practitioners and derives applications cases for her research on EV charging.  

Besides her research, Marianne likes climbing and bouldering, enjoys reading, and likes to go to concerts. 

Research Interests

  • Smart EV charging

  • Sequential decision making under uncertainty