I am a great fan of Network Models (they are pervasive in my research). Below is a non-exhaustive list of application and methodological areas of my research.
Link to a video on my research interests.
Applications: Auctions, Energy, Health Care, Social Networks, Logistics/Supply Chain, Telecommunications.
Methodology: Network and Combinatorial Optimization, Linear Programming, Integer and Mixed-Integer Programming Methods, Heuristics, Large-Scale Optimization.
Current (with expected year of graduation):
- Mustafa Sahin (expected graduation August 2017)
- Rui Zhang (job market candidate, expected graduation August 2016)
Graduated (graduation year), with position after graduation:
- M. Gisela Bardossy (2011), Assistant Professor, Merrick School of Business, University of Baltimore. Phd Thesis. This dissertation
won the 2012 Society for Location Analysis (SOLA) Dissertation Award from INFORMS. It was also selected as a finalist for the INFORMS Telecommunications Dissertation Award in 2012.
Si Chen (2007), Assistant Professor, Murray State University. Phd Thesis.
Robert W. Day (2004),
Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut. Phd Thesis. This dissertation
won the 2005 George B. Dantzig Dissertation Award from INFORMS.
Ioannis Gamvros (2006), ILOG Consulting. Phd Thesis.
This dissertation was a finalist for the 2007 George B. Dantzig
Dissertation Award from INFORMS.
- Dilek Gunnec (2012), Assistant Professor, Oyzegin University. Phd Thesis.
Russell Halper (2010), Nestle Inc. Phd Thesis.
Abhishek Pani (2010), Efficient Frontier. Phd Thesis.
Daliborka Stanojevic (2005), Decisive Analytics. Phd Thesis.