Maryam Daryalal

Incoming Assistant Professor of Decision Sciences

HEC Montréal, University of Montréal

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I am a PhD candidate and a Connaught Scholar in Operations Research at University of Toronto, working under supervision of Dr. Merve Bodur. The focus of my research is to expand upon the methodological aspects of sequential decision-making under uncertainty and its applications. To this aim, I develop novel techniques to obtain policies and bounds on multistage stochastic and robust optimization problems, relying on the design of new primal and dual decision rules. Moreover, I explore the effectiveness of these new methods in various application areas, specifically telecommunications, healthcare and supply chain planning.

 
 

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2022 CORS/INFORMS International Conference

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Vancouver, June 7, 2022

I am chairing the session "TC02. Adaptive Robust Optimization" at this year's CORS/INFORMS International Conference. I will also present our ongoing work "Primal and Dual Bounding Techniques For Multistage Adaptive Robust Optimization".

 

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