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S. Raghavan promoted to full professor

Congratulations to ISR's S. Raghavan (BGMT/ISR), who has been promoted to the rank of full professor.

Raghavan's research primarily focuses on three areas: network design (e.g., telecommunications, logistics), data mining and auctions. The unifying feature to these various research areas is the network and combinatorial optimization techniques he applies to these problems. The research is supported by the National Science Foundation and the National Security Agency. Recently, Raghavan has co-edited a book on telecommunications network design and management. He has received several patents and prestigious awards for his research, including the George B.Dantzig Dissertation Award from INFORMS. Prior to joining the University of Maryland he led the Optimization Group at US WEST Advanced Technologies.

Read more about Dr. Raghavan's accomplishments here.

Related Articles:
Raghavan writes article on teaching for OR/MS Today magazine
Raghavan wins INFORMS teaching prize
Work by Raghavan, Chen, Ljubic wins Best Paper Award
Ph.D. student Rui Zhang is second place winner in WINFORMS competition
Raghavan finds mining social media can enhance product innovation
Raghavan, Spyropoulos, Daily, Copeland win ISR awards
Raghavan and Gamvros win EURO strategic innovation prize

May 26, 2010


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