Groupe d’études et de recherche en analyse des décisions

Journée des étudiants du GERAD

Pour souligner la diversité de la recherche effectuée au GERAD, cet événement offre l'occasion aux étudiants de présenter leurs travaux de recherches.

Tout étudiant sous la supervision d'un membre du GERAD est invité à présenter ses travaux, quel qu'en soit l'avancement. Les présentations dureront 5 minutes, et seront accessibles à un public d'étudiants aux études supérieures en mathématiques appliquées. Les professeurs membres du GERAD sont également invités à assister.

Des rafraichissement seront servis pendant l'événement, qui sera prolongé par un cocktail.


Programme de la journée

Mathieu Tanneau, Integrating distributed energy resources to the grid through aggregation
Waddhah Mhamdi, Combinatorial bid generation for transportation procurement auctions taking into account carrier's risk behaviour
Jean-Noël Weller, New Compatibility Measure for the Kidney-Exchange Problem
Simon Thevenin, Multi-level production under dynamic and stochastic environment
Hélène-Sarah Bécotte, Quantitative tools for an automatic analysis of the writing process
Ryan Caverly, Robust Controller Design using the Large Gain Theorem
Lorela Cano, Optimization of infrastructure sharing in telecommunications networks
Eglantine Camby, The software GraphsInGraphs
Luciano Costa, Exact algorithms based on column generation for rich vehicle routing problems
Kenjy Demeester, Numerical methods for solving mid-term hydropower optimization
Arnaud Augustin, Operating room scheduling with downstream constraints
Ahmed Chaouachi, Optimization models and algorithms in Smart grid
Jhelum Chakravorty, Structural results for remote estimation with packet drops
Tiago Christo, Smart Grids Deployment For Extreme Environments: The Antarctic Case
Robin Rivest, A numerical experiment to explore the possibility of quantifying the decision maker preferences using the AHP method with much less pairwise comparisons
Louis-Pierre Campeau, Underground Mine Scheduling Optimization
Paul Javal, Arc Elimination by Reduced Cost in a Bi-directional Algorithm
Rabih Salhab, A Dynamic Game Model of Collective Choice in Multi-Agent Systems
Kevin Dalmeijer, Time Window Assignment in Distribution Networks
Lucie Desfontaines, Multiple Depot Vehicle Scheduling Problem with controlled trip shifting
Djilali Ait-Aoudia, The first passage functionals for lévy processes with jumps of rational laplace transforms
Orestes Manzanilla, Machine Learning applications in Communication Networks
Jayakumar Subramanian, Stochastic approximation based approaches for remote estimation with packet drops