Özgün Elçi

PhD Student
Carnegie Mellon University
Tepper School of Business
Operations Research

elci [at] cmu [dot] edu


Research Interests

My main research interest lies in developing exact algorithms to solve certain classes of optimization problems. In particular, I am interested in decomposition methods applied to stochastic programming problems.

Biography

I am a second-year PhD student in the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. Currently, I am working with John Hooker on logic-based Benders decomposition. Previously, I studied at the Industrial Engineering Program of Sabancı University. My advisors were Nilay Noyan and Kerem Bülbül. I worked on chance-constrained optimization models for humanitarian relief network design.

Publications

  1. Elci, O., N. Noyan, and K. Bulbul, 2018. Chance-Constrained Stochastic Programming under Variable Reliability Levels with an Application to Humanitarian Relief Network Design, Computers and Operations Research, 96, 91-107.
  2. Elci, O. and N. Noyan, 2018. A Chance-Constrained Two-Stage Stochastic Programming Model for Humanitarian Relief Network Design, Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, 108, 55-83.

Conference Presentations

Chance-Constrained Stochastic Programming under Variable Reliability Levels with an Application to Humanitarian Relief Network Design.
Joint work with N. Noyan and K. Bulbul.
INFORMS Annual Meeting, Nashville, 2016.

A Chance-Constrained Two-Stage Stochastic Programming Model for Humanitarian Relief Network Design.
Joint work with N. Noyan.
37th National Congress on Operations Research and Industrial Engineering (YAEM 2017), Istanbul, 2017.

Summer Schools - PhD Workshops

PhD Tutorials, International Conference on Stochastic Programming, Buzios, 2016.
The 14th Summer School of the Association for Constraint Programming, Jackson, 2018.

See also

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