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   Brief CV of Arkadi Nemirovski

 

Personal data:

  · Born March 14, 1947, in Moscow; emigrated to Israel in 1993

  · Married, one son

Education:

  · M.Sc. (‘70) and Ph.D. (‘73) degrees in Math. from Moscow State University

    http://www.genealogy.ams.org/html/id.phtml?id=58609

  · Soviet degree of Doctor of Physical & Mathematical Sciences (‘90) from Supreme

    Attestation Board at the USSR Council of Ministers

Academic appointments since ‘93:

· (2005 --  ) John Hunter Chair and Professor, School of Industrial and Systems

  Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

  · (1993 - 2006) Full Professor, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management,

    Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (started ‘93; tenured ‘95; chaired ‘99)

  · visiting positions:

    ¨ visiting professor, Technical University of Delft, Faculty of Technical 

      Mathematics, March - August ‘98

    ¨ Stieltjes Visiting Professorship, Stieltjes Institute, The Netherlands,

      August - September ‘01

    ¨ Adjunct Visiting Professorship, Department of Discrete and Combinatorial   

      Optimization, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo, ‘00-’04

    ¨ visiting professor, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia

      Institute of Technology, August ‘03 -- January ‘05 }

Research areas:

  · (major) Optimization Theory and Algorithms, with emphasis on

    ¨ investigating complexity and developing efficient algorithms for

      nonlinear convex programs

    ¨ optimization under uncertainty

    ¨ applications of Convex Optimization in Engineering

  · (minor) Nonparametric Statistics

Publications (personal and co-authored): 6 monographs, over 130 papers in

    referred journals, over 20 papers and book chapters in proceedings and

    collections http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=3QxoymwAAAAJ  http://www.researcherid.com/rid/A-8375-2009 

Students supervision: 8 Ph.D. & 5 M.Sc. completed, 1 Ph.D. in

    progress

Major professional awards:

  · ‘82 - Fulkerson Prize of the Mathematical Programming Society and

         AMS (with L. Khachiyan and D. Yudin) [for inventing the Ellipsoid

          method and thus contributing to the proof of polynomial time

          solvability of Linear Programming]

          http://www.mathprog.org/prz/fulkerson.htm#winners

  · ‘91 - Dantzig Prize of the Mathematical Programming Society and SIAM

          (with M. Grφtschel) [for contributions to Mathematical Programming,

          including investigating limits of performance of convex optimization

          methods and developing novel efficient algorithms]

          http://www.mathprog.org/prz/dantzig.htm#winners

  · ‘03 - John von Neumann Theory Prize of INFORMS (with M. Todd)

          [for contributions to Mathematical Programming, including those to

          the general theory of polynomial time interior point methods and

          to discovery and development of Robust Optimization]

          https://www.informs.org/Recognizing-Excellence/Award-Recipients/Arkadi-Nemirovski

Other honors:

  · ‘92     - Einstein Visiting Fellowship, Israel Academy of Sciences

  · ‘94-’95 - Gastello Fellowship

  · ‘98     - Taub prize for excellence in research, Technion

  · ‘98     - Lecturer at XXVII Saint-Flour Summer School on Probability and

              Statistics

  · ‘01     - Stieltjes Lecture, Stieltjes Institute, the Netherlands

  · ‘01     - Best Paper Award (Theory) at 5th International Conference on

              Optimization Techniques and Applications (joint with A. Ben-Tal

              and C. Roos)

  · ‘03     - Nieuwland Lecturer, University of Notre Dame

  · ‘03     - Medallion Lecturer of IMS, Joint Statistical Meeting

  · ‘03     - J. Levi Prize of Israeli OR Society  (joint with A. Ben-Tal,

              B. Golany and J.-Ph. Vial)

  · ‘04     - MIT Distinguished Lecturer, MIT

  · ‘06     - Plenary speaker at ICM 2006

  · '06     - Plenary speaker at ISMP 2006

  · ‘06 – ‘16 Distinguished Visiting Professor, Technion

  · ‘07 -     Adjunct Professor of Mathematics, School of Mathematics, GaTech

  · ‘09     - Honorary Degree of Doctor of Mathematics from University of Waterloo

  · ‘17     - Member of National Academy of Engineering National Academy of Engineering

  · ‘18     - Fellow of American Academy of Arts and Sciences American Academy of Arts and Sciences

 

  · ‘18     - Le Cam Lecture, 50θmes Journιes de Statistique de la SFdS, Paris-Saclay 50θmes Journιes de Statistique de la SFdS