I am the holder of the Canada Research Chair in Supply Chain Analytics, an associate professor in the Department of Logistics and Operations Management at HEC Montréal, and an adjunct professor in the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research at the University of Montreal. Before joining HEC Montréal, I was a postdoctoral associate at MIT in the SMART research unit and a visiting postdoc at the Operations Research Center and LIDS. I subsequently joined the JDA Labs (now BlueYonder) as a data scientist. My current research focuses lie in, but not limited to:
Supply chain and retails analytics and optimization
Data-driven optimization under uncertainty (e.g., techniques based on stochastic programming, robust optimization and Markov decision processes)
Algorithms and decomposition approaches for large-scale problems (e.g., Benders decomposition algorithms, column generation, branch-and-cut, branch-and-price)
Integrated and end-to-end supply chain planning (e.g., production-distribution, supply chain network inventory optimization, material requirement planning-MRP, distribution resource planning-DRP)
Applications in supply chain network design, logistics, transportation, retails, public transportation, etc.
I am also currently serving as an Associate Editor of INFORMS Journal on Computing and a member of Editorial Advisory Board of Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review. My research is supported by several research grants from NSERC, SSHRC, IVADO, Prompt, Mitacs, HEC Montréal as well as industrial funds. I am also actively collaborating with companies as a scientific consultant and researcher. If you are interested in this research area, please feel free to contact me.