Alper Atamturk

Research Expertise and Interest

logistics, integer programming, computational optimization, robust optimization

Research Description

Alper Atamturk is the Earl J. Isaac Chair in the Science and Analysis of Decision Making and a professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research.  His current research interests are optimization, integer programming (conic, mixed, combinatorial), sparse learning, network design, optimization under uncertainty. He serves on the editorial boards of Mathematical Programming, Mathematical Programming Computation, Discrete Optimization, Journal of Risk.


In the News

UC Berkeley, Georgia Tech and USC launch new National AI Research Institute

The National Science Foundation has awarded $20 million over five years to the Georgia Institute of Technology, the University of California, Berkeley and the University of Southern California to establish the National Artificial Intelligence (AI) Institute for Advances in Optimization. The award is among 11 new National AI Research Institutes announced today by NSF.
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