On October 12, 2020, Robert B. Wilson was co-awarded the 2020 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences along with his long-time collaborator Paul Migrom “for improvements to auction theory and inventions of new auction formats.”  Robert Wilson, a Professor Emeritus at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, worked on many research areas throughout his career. These included…

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The work by the Berkeley research group comprising of Julie Mulvaney-Kemp, Salar Fattahi, and Prof Javad Lavaei was selected to receive the 2020 Energy, Natural Resources and the Environment (ENRE) Student Best Paper Award at the INFORMS Annual Meeting. The paper was titled “Smoothing Property of Load Variation Promotes Finding Global Solutions of Time-Varying Optimal…

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IEOR professors Shmuel Oren and Javad Lavaei’s proposal entitled “Computational Methods for Large-scale Interconnected Systems with Continuous and Discrete Parameters” has been selected for funding by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory’s Army Research Office (ARO). The project will be funded at $450,000 over three years and will allow the researchers to investigate large-scale distributed systems, such as energy systems.…

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Today, students came together for the first annual IEOR Graduate Student Symposium. PhD students presented on a broad array of topics representative of the many areas where IEOR tools are applicable including supply chains, energy systems, robotics, health care, neuroimaging, and others.  This first symposium was initiated and organized by graduates with the goal of helping PhD…

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