Research and Teaching Interests
Operations research, business analytics, discrete optimization, integrated methods and decomposition approaches, integer and constraint programming, combinatorial algorithms, parallelization, real-world applications, routing and scheduling.
Awards and Honors
Open Source Projects
I am a big advocate of Open Source projects as they offer a great way to share code. Re-usable code lowers the implementation burden for researchers, giving them more time to perform actual research. Furthermore, relying on, and referring to publicly available, thoroughly documented code, improves the transparency of any (academic) publication. Finally relying on open source code in your projects may reduce the likelihood of bugs, as the code is being used (and hence tested) by a large user base.
Role: project maintainer, contributor
Role: project creator
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