Erick Delage, Associate Professor at HEC Montréal, has been appointed to the Canada Research Chair in Decision Making Under Uncertainty.
The scientific program of Professor Delage’s Research Chair will focus on the development and dissemination of methods that can either provide support for or act autonomously in the context of decision-making problems where uncertainty plays a key role. Applications of the research include financial portfolio optimization, inventory management, energy production and online marketing.
Professor Delage graduated from Stanford University with a PhD in Electrical Engineering. He has been a Professor in the Department of Decision Sciences at HEC Montréal since 2009. His research interests span the areas of robust and stochastic optimization, decision analysis, applied statistics and risk management.