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主 讲 人:刘仕强教授

地  点:经管北楼206

主 办 方:经济与管理学院

开始时间:2017-05-22 16:00

结束时间:2017-05-22 17:30

Biography: Professor ShiQiang (Samuel) Liuis currently the Ming Jiang Scholar in School of Economics & Management at FZU and is also the professor in School of Transportation & Logistics at SWJTU.  He was working in Australia for over 12 years (2005-2017) as a senior Research Scientist in CRC ORE (Australian Government’s Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction) and a Research Fellow in Decision Science Discipline at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.  He was awarded the PhD degree (in Operations Research) with the Dean’s Award for Academic Excellence from the School of Mathematical Sciences at Queensland University of Technology in 2009.  Due to his academic contributions, he was awarded the New Outstanding Researcher Medal by the Australian Society for Operations Research.  He was working as a Design Engineer and Software Engineer in Singapore for three years (2002-2005). He obtained the Master degree (in Industrial & Systems Engineering) from National University of Singapore (2000-2002). He also obtained one Master degree (in Engineering Thermophysics) and two Bachelor degrees (in Thermal Engineering and Economics) from Harbin Institute of Technology (one of top 9 universities in China) in six years (1993-1999).  He has over 40 refereed papers, most of which were published in leading SCI journals including Transportation Science (the foremost journal in Transportation), Decision Support Systems, International Journal of Production Economics, Expert Systems with Applications, Computers & Operations Research, Computers & Industrial Engineering, Journal of Heuristics, Engineering Optimisation, Journal of the Operational Research Society, Flexible Services & Manufacturing Journal, Optimisation Letters, Advances in Engineering Software, Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research, etc.  He has solid background in operations research, decision science, combinatorial optimisation, train scheduling, machine scheduling, mine scheduling, hospital scheduling, robotics scheduling, network flow algorithms and metaheuristics.