This is the video of my talk entitled On-Demand Multimodal Transit Systems: Capturing Travel Mode Adoption and Assessing Resilience for the 2021 Inaugural INFORMS TSL Virtual Seminar Series.
Check the video of our work to be presented at AAAI 2021.
I was fortunate to be a 2020 INFORMS Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Ambassador. You can check what we do on the Seth Bonder Camp. I also had the immense pleasure of meeting Professor Charles Pierre at Clark Atlanta University in that context (he is also DEI ambassador) and we are getting organized for new DEI initiatives. Thanks INFORMS!
Check our video on integrating optimization, machine learning, and model-predictive control for large-scale ride-sharing systems.
It presents the paper Real-Time Dispatching of Large-Scale Ride-Sharing Systems: Integrating Optimization, Machine Learning, and Model Predictive Control. Connor Riley, Pascal Van Hentenryck, and Enpeng Yuan. In the Proceedings of 29th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-20), Tokyo, Japan 2020.
Check our AAAI 2021 paper on Bias and Variance of Post-processing in Differential Privacy. It studies the effects of post-processing differentially private outputs (e.g., to restore feasibility of some constraints) on the noise distribution. The paper takes a first step towards understanding the properties of post-processing and quantifies the bias and variance introduced by a wide class of post-processing algorithms based on projection. It includes an analysis of the release of important quantities based on census data. The most interesting result is Theorem 5.
In conjunction with MISO and Vanderbilt University, the RAMC project will explore new approaches to market clearing and security-constrained optimal power flows. It will leverage techniques from stochastic optimization, machine learning, and risk management to improve the use of renewable energy in large-scale energy systems.
Check the latest issue of the GT ISyE Magazine for all the exciting research and teaching activities at Georgia Tech.
The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) announced that A. Russell Chandler III Chair and Professor Pascal Van Hentenryck has assumed the role of associate chair for innovation and entrepreneurship (ACIE). This is a new position within ISyE’s leadership structure. See this full announcement.
Check our paper on unit commitment for electrical and gas networks. It presents a way to avoid reliability issues during major events, like the polar vortex events. This paper benefited from some really insightful comments from reviewers.