Nidhima Grover

Nidhima Grover is a Ph.D. student in Operations Research at the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology.  She is advised by Prof. Benoit Montreuil and Prof. Alejandro Toriello. Her thesis is in collaboration with scientists at Amazon. 

Education

Research Interests

News

[July 2023] I attended the INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics (TSL) Triennial Conference at Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois. 

[June 2023] I presented my work on Hyperconnected Logistics Networks at the International Physical Internet Conference (IPIC) in Athens, Greece. 

[May 2023] I started my Research Science internship at Amazon on optimization for strategic design for a regional fulfillment network

[Oct 2022] I presented my internship research at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana. 

[Aug 2022] I completed my internship with the Modeling and Optimization team at Amazon on middle-mile network design with vehicle routing constraints

[Jan 2022] I was awarded the Amazon Fellowship to support my Ph.D.

[Dec 2021] I presented my research on parcel consolidation in modular containers at the TSL Workshop at IIM Ahmedabad, India. 

[Oct 2021] I presented my research at INFORMS Annual Meeting in Anaheim, California.

[May 2021] I presented my research at IISE and IPIC (virtual).

[Nov 2020] I presented my research at INFORMS Annual Meeting (virtual).

Honors and Awards

[2023] Physical Internet Generation Award

[2022] Amazon-GTSCL Doctoral Fellowship

[2022] Philip J Dolores Graduate Student Health and Wellness Award

[2021] Philip J Dolores Graduate Student Health and Wellness Award

[2020] Stewart Fellowship

[2020] George Family Fellowship

Publications


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