Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Information and Decision Sciences
Building & Room:
601 S. Morgan St., Chicago, IL 60607
Dr. Fatemeh Sarayloo is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Information and Decision Science at the College of Business Administration, University of Illinois Chicago. Before joining UIC, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the School of Industrial Engineering at Purdue University. She obtained her PhD in Computer Science and Operations Research from the University of Montreal and CIRREL. Dr. Sarayloo’s research interests include areas in Combinatorial Optimization, Stochastic Programming and Statistical learning applied in a wide range of applications including Logistics, Operations Management, and Network Design. Her teaching experience at Purdue University includes the following courses: Discrete Optimization models and Algorithms (IE537), Advanced Facilities design (IE482), Computing in Industrial Engineering (R, SQL) (IE332), and Probability and Statistics in Engineering (IE230).
- Fatemeh Sarayloo, Teodor Gabriel Crainic and Walter Rei. “An Integrated Learning and Progressive Hedging Method to Solve Stochastic Network Design,” Under review.
- Fatemeh Sarayloo, Teodor Gabriel Crainic and Walter Rei. “A Learning-Based Matheuristic approach for Stochastic Network Design Problem,” INFORMS Journal on Computing, ISSN 1526-5528, 2020.
- Fatemeh Sarayloo, Teodor Gabriel Crainic and Walter Rei. “A Reduced-Cost-based Restriction and Refinement Matheuristic for Stochastic Network Design,” Journal of Heuristics, 2020.
PhD in Computer Science and Operations Research, University of Montreal