Lecturer in Business Analytics and Director, MSc Business Analytics (online) (joint PD)
2000–2004. Production Engineering degree. Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCAR), Brazil.
2005–2007. MSc in Computer Science and Computational Mathematics (Operations Research emphasis). Funded by FAPESP, University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil.
2007–2011. PhD in Computer Science and Computational Mathematics (Operations Research emphasis). Funded by FAPESP, University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil.
- Business analytics
- Operations management
- Prescriptive analytics
- Production planning & scheduling
- Routing & scheduling problems
- Stochastic routing and scheduling
- Stochastic modelling
- Supply chain operations management
My research interest relies on practical operations planning problems that arise in humanitarian logistics settings, e.g., distribution of emergency commodities in post-disaster situations; location-allocation under social concerns in both pre- and post-disaster phases; supply chain design towards to coordinate operational and tactical decisions over the disaster cycle life, among others. Most problems involve the treatment of diverse uncertainty parameters, such as demand, supply and costs, which are usually modelled via optimisation under uncertainty techniques, in which stochastic programming and/or robust optimisation are two popular examples. We are particularly interested in contextualising new problems, formulating the corresponding optimisation models, solving them, and analysing the numerical results from the disaster management viewpoint, focusing on practical disasters. I also have a special interest in mathematical modelling and optimisation of a variety of problems including transportation/logistics and production planning/manufacturing.