PhD Program in Analytics for Economics and Management

Modelli e Metodi per l'Economia e il Management

Department of Economics and Management

Seminars 2017/2018


November, 16: BDSports: Big Data Analytics in Sports
November, 28: Capacity Investment for Innovating Firms, Prof. Peter Kort, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
December, 13: Electric Vehicle Routing with Uncertain Charging Station Availability & Dynamic Decision-Making, Prof. Justin Goodson, Saint Louis University, USA
December, 19: Efficient Algorithms of Pathwise Dynamic Programming for Decision Optimization in Mining Operations, Prof. Juri Hinz, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
January, 10: Research Proposals in Analytical Methods and Models for Finance, Energy and Environment
January, 11: Research Proposals in Operations Research
January, 16: Research Proposals in Economics and Finance
January, 17: Research Proposals in Data Science
February, 7: DC Programming: Optimality, Duality and Applications, Prof. Juan Enrique Martinez-Legaz, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
March, 1: Perceived Discrimination Across European Countries: Some Model-based Evidence on Eurobarometer Survey, Prof. Stefania Capecchi, University of Napoli Federico II, Italy
March, 2: Selective Bi-Coordinate Variations for Optimization Problems with Simplex Type Constraints, Prof. Igor Konnov, Kazan University, Russia
March, 5: Funding Research on Cancer, Alzheimer and Rare Diseases through Financial Engineering, Prof. Roger M. Stein, MIT, USA
March, 6: Autonomous Vehicles and Public Transit: Competition or Cooperation?, Prof. Hani Mahmassani, Northwestern University, Chicago, USA
March, 23: On the Interplay between Simple Mixed Integer Programs and Lot-Sizing, Prof. L. Wolsey, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
March, 27: Computation of Individual Trajectories of a Fleet of Robots under Connectivity Constraints, Prof. Diego Cattaruzza, Ecole Centrale de Lille, Francia
March, 27: Adaptive Large Neighborhood Search for Multicommodity VRP, Prof. Frédéric Semet, Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
April, 19: Is it Efficient to Buy the Index? A Worldwide Tour with Stochastic Dominance, Prof. Olivier Le Courtois, Lyon Business School, France
May, 11: A Brief Introduction to the Theory of Machine Learning, Prof. Nicolò Cesa-Bianchi, University of Milan, Italy
May, 30: Entropy Principle and Estimation Methods, Prof. Amjad D. Al-Nasser, Yarmouk University, Jordan
May, 30: The GME Estimation Method and its Applications, Enrico Ciavolino, University of Salento, Italy
June, 12: Towards Renewable-dominated Electric Energy Systems, Prof. Ruth Domínguez Martín, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo, Spain
June, 14: Dynamic Time Window Allocation and Sizing for Service Routing, Prof. Justin Goodson, Saint Louis University, USA
July, 17: Identifying Causal Patterns of Binary Events in Process Event Logs, Prof. Jeffrey W. Ohlmann, University of Iowa, USA
October, 1: Explaining Success in Sports Competitions: Paired Comparison Methods with Explanatory Variables, Prof. Gerhard Tutz, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Germany
October, 10: Non-polyhedral Extensions of the Frank and Wolfe Theorem, Prof. Juan Enrique Martinez-Legaz, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
October, 16: Dependence and Spillover Effects between Regional Australian Electricity Markets, Prof. Stefan Trueck, Macquarie University, Australia
October, 17: Dynamic Capital Structure Choice and Investment Timing, Prof. Peter Kort, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
October, 17: Green Investment under Policy Uncertainty and Bayesian learning, Prof. Verena Hagspiel, Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU, Norway
November, 5: An Information Quality Assessment of an Israeli National Health Survey, Prof. Ron Kenett, Neaman Institute for National Policy Research Technion, Israel
December, 3: Optimization under uncertainty in electricity markets, Prof. Ruth Domínguez Martín, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo, Spain
December, 17: A short introduction to decision making in presence of risk, Prof. Riccardo Mogre, Durham University, UK
December, 18: Drone arc routing problems, Prof. Ángel Corberán,Università di Valencia, Spain
December, 19: Interest rate liberalization in China: impacts on financial stability and performance, Prof. Yong Tan, Huddersfield Business School, University of Huddersfield, UK