Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Industrial Engineering, Polytechnique Montréal
A capacitated multi-vehicle covering tour problem on a road network and its application to waste collection
In most Swiss municipalities, a curbside system consisting of heavy trucks stopping at almost each household is used for non-recoverable waste collection. Du...BibTeX reference
In this paper, we focus on the problem that has been described in the second international nurse rostering competition: a personalized nurse scheduling prob...BibTeX reference
We are pleased to announce that professors Charles Audet, Pierre Baptiste, Leandro Coehlo, Franklin Djeumou Fomeni, Issmail El Hallaoui, Michael Kokkolaras, Antoine Legrain, Antoine Lesage-Landry and Djamal Rebaine, will be awarded a $6,000 grant for the co-supervision of their student submitted to the Co-supervised Graduate Research Grants Competition.
Congratulations to the winners!
Sincere thanks to OBVIA (International Observatory on the Societal Impacts of AI and Digital Technology) for awarding a $125k grant for the project to study the governance and ethics of algorithms in an environment of mobility on demand and of an innovation ecosystem. The team (Andrea Lodi, Antoine Legrain, François Soumis, and Hugues Delmaire) to which is added researchers Patrick Turmel from Université Laval, Vincent Gautrais from Université de Montréal and Sébastien Gambs from UQAM, must study the impact of social, legal, security factors ... on the performance and structure of algorithms in a real-time environment requiring the management of large amounts of data. An important step in the development of technically and socially viable solutions.
Antoine Legrain – Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Industrial Engineering, Polytechnique Montréal