Saba Neyshabouri is a PhD candidate in systems engineering and operations research at George Mason University. His main area of interest is in decision making under uncertainty and application of robust optimization techniques in service-based settings such as healthcare and supply chain systems. His work on surgery planning under uncertainty won the second place in the WINFORMS 2015 Student Excellence Award. He obtained his B.Sc. in industrial engineering from Sharif University of Technology in 2010 in Iran.
Decision Making Under Uncertainty: An Introduction to Robust Optimization
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