Drawing on his background in information technologies, businessman Alexandre Taillefer is once again applying their incredible potential, this time to revolutionize a very conventional world: the taxi industry. Researchers at HEC Montréal are currently working on an application based on big data processing, which should allow his Téo Taxi business to serve more customers with the same number of employees.
This research project is a perfect example of the type of initiatives supported by IVADO, the Institute for Data Valorization, and which are making Montréal a world leader in big data mining.
Professor-researcher Jean-François Cordeau, holder of the Chair in Logistics and Transportation at HEC Montréal, and Master’s student Charly Robinson La Rocca explain exactly what they are working on.
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Please note that Edouard Wagneur will be visiting GERAD until June 9th. He will be in the office 4433.
June 7, 2017
Title: Essays on valuation and the management of counterparty risk
On May 4th, Samuel Rosat and Amir Ardestani Jaafari won the 2016 GERAD Best Thesis Competition.
Samuel Rosat for his thesis titled "Méthodes pour favoriser l'intégralité de l'amélioration dans le simplexe en nombres entiers - Application aux rotations d'équipages aériens". He was supervised by François Soumis and Issmail El Hallaoui at Polytechnique Montréal.
Amir Ardestani Jaafari for his thesis titled "Linearized robust counterparts of location and inventory management problems". He was supervised by Erick Delage at HEC Montréal.
On May 2, 2017, Polytechnique Montréal launched the NSERC-Hydro-Quebec-Schneider Electric Industrial Research Chair on Optimization for the Smart Grid. Indeed, Full Professor Miguel F. Anjos from Polytechnique Montréal will be the the holder and he will collaborate with several researchers and teams of GERAD.
For more information, visit Polytechnique Montréal website.
Congratulations to Catherine Poissant, M.Sc. student at Polytechnique Montréal supervised by Charles Audet, who obtained the J.A. Desève Excellence Award of $4,000.
May 3, 2017
Title: Estimation de trafic routier par filtre de Kalman d'ensemble sous contrainte de confidentialité différentielle
May 2, 2017
Title: Modèles d’optimisation stochastique pour le problème de gestion de réservoirs
April 19, 2017
Title: Planification tactique des grands projets d’ingénierie et de construction
25 avril 2017
Title: A class of networked multi-agent control systems: Interference induced games
April 20, 2017
Title: Optimisation de tournées de véhicules avec contrainte de fragilité
Çağrı Koç, a postdoctoral researcher at HEC Montréal since October 2015, has received the 2015 OR Society Doctoral Award from the Operational Research (OR) Society, for his doctoral thesis entitled Heterogeneous Location and Pollution-Routing Problems. The winning thesis was co-directed by professors Ola Jabali, Gilbert Laporte and Tolga Bektas.
The award was presented by Maryse Lassonde, scientific director of the FRQNT, during the FRQNT Journée de la recherche held at École de technologie supérieure.
The Prix d'excellence FRQNT, in the amount of $10,000, recognizes the outstanding contributions of university or college researchers in the areas of natural sciences, mathematics and engineering, their international reputation and the benefits of their research for Québec.
April 26, 2016
Title: Prediction problems using maximum entropy models