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Scholarly Interest Report
         
Andrew Schaefer
Professor
Noah Harding Chair of Computational and Applied Mathematics
 
e-mail:Andrew.Schaefer@rice.edu
 
Primary Department
   Department of Computational and Applied Mathematics
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Selected Publications
 Refereed articles
 

Dehghanian, A. and A. J. Schaefer "Superadditive Characterizations of Pure Integer Programming Feasibility." Optimization Letters, 10 (1) (2015) : 181- 188.

 
 

Eckman, D. E., L. M. Maillart and A. J. Schaefer "Optimal Pinging Frequencies in the Search for an Immobile Beacon."  IIE TransactionsIn Press

 
 

Khademi, A., D. Saure, A. J. Schaefer, M. S. Roberts and R. S. Braithwaite "HIV Treatment in Resource-Limited Environments: Treatment Coverage and Insights." Value in HealthIn Press

 
 

Khademi, A., D. Saure, A. J. Schaefer, M. S. Roberts and R. S. Braithwaite "The Price of Nonabandonment: HIV in Resource-Limited Settings." Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 17(4) (2015) : 554-570.

 
 

Lamperski, J. and A. J. Schaefer "A Polyhedral Characterization of the Inverse-Feasible Region of a Mixed-Integer Program." Operations Research Letters, 43 (6) (2015) : 575-578.

 
 

Sun, R., O. A. Shylo and A. J. Schaefer "Totally Unimodular Multistage Stochastic Programs." Operations Research Letters, 43 (1) (2015) : 29-33.

 
Editorial Positions
 Associate Editor, Operations Research. (2015 - 2016)

 Associate Editor, IIE Transactions on Operations Engineering. (2009 - 2016)

 Other, Computational Engineering, Focused Issue on Operations Engineering and Analytics, IIE Transactions. (2013 - 2016)

 Member of the Editorial Board, Production and Operations Management. (2009 - 2016)

 Other, Mathematical Programming volume B on the 2015 International Symposium on Mathematical Programming. (2015 - 2015)

 Associate Editor, INFORMS Journal on Computing. (2010 - 2016)

Supervised Theses & Dissertations
 Amin Dehghanian, PhD Integer Programming Approaches to Stochastic Games Arising in Paired Kidney Exchange and Industrial Organization. (2015) (Thesis Director)

 Sina Modaresi, PhD Valid Inequalities and Reformulation Techniques for Mixed Intger Nonlinear Programming. (2015) (Thesis Committee Member)

Positions Held
 Noah Harding Chair, Rice University. (2015 - 2016)