Guido Lagos academic webpage

Guido R. Lagos B.

GuatemaloCargo bike with Amaya; Stgo, Chile, August 2016
Glaciar Grey with Ani, January 2011At Columbia University, August 2016

Postdoctoral Associate
Universidad Adolfo Ibanez
Av. Diagonal Las Torres 2640 oficina D208, Penalolen, Santiago, RM 7941169, Chile

Associate Researcher
Center for Mathematical Modeling, Universidad de Chile
Beauchef 851, Torre Norte oficina 705, Santiago, RM 8370456, Chile

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Contact: guido [dot] lagos [dot] barrios [at gmail]
Phone+Whatsapp: +56 9 8367 8158

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About me

I'm a postdoc at Universidad Adolfo Ibanez (UAI) in Chile. I have a PhD in Operations Research from Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, USA. My advisor was prof. Ton Dieker and broadly speaking our work was about mathematical guarantees for efficiency and accuracy of algorithms that simulate stochastic processes and specific events of them. During 2016 I was a visiting student/research staff at IEOR department, Columbia University. In the past I worked with Prof. Alexander Shapiro in multi-stage stochastic programming.

I studied Mathematical Engineering (a Chilean equivalent to a USA Math B.Sc. + Applied Math M.Sc.) at the Mathematical Engineering Dept. of Universidad de Chile, and also have a M.Sc. degree in Operations Management from Industrial Engineering Dept., Universidad de Chile too.

Interests

Methodology of Simulation, Stochastic Processes, Rare-event Analysis, Data Sciences, Applied Probability, Stochastic Programming. I really enjoy programming and playing with computers and gadgets. Also bicycling and swimming.

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Collaborators and colleagues

Javiera Barrera, Rodolfo Carvajal, Xinyun Chen, Ton Dieker, Daniel Espinoza, Cristobal Guzman, Diego Moran, Eduardo Moreno, Karthyek Murthy, Bernardo K. Pagnoncelli, Alexander Shapiro, Tonghoon Suk, Juan Pablo Vielma

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