Department of Information and Decision Sciences
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601 S. Morgan St., Chicago, IL 60607
Bradley Sturt is an assistant professor of business analytics at the University of Illinois at Chicago, where he joined in fall 2020. His research focuses on optimization under uncertainty (robust, stochastic, dynamic) and machine learning, with applications in operations management, finance, and business analytics.
His research has been published in leading journals such as Operations Research and Management Science, and his research and teaching have been recognized in the INFORMS Junior Faculty Interest Group Paper Competition (Second Place, 2021), the INFORMS George Nicholson Student Paper Competition (Second Place, 2017), the MIT Operations Research Center Best Paper Award (First Place, 2019), and with the MIT Sloan Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award (selected once per year by MBA students, 2017).
Professor Sturt has worked and consulted for companies such as Google, Facebook, ABInbev, and Garmin. He received his Ph.D. in Operations Research from MIT in spring 2020, and completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in spring 2014.
Sturt, Bradley. “A nonparametric algorithm for optimal stopping based on robust optimization.” Operations Research (2023).
Sturt, Bradley. “The value of robust assortment optimization under ranking-based choice models.” Major revision in Management Science (2023)
Lu, Haihao, and Bradley Sturt. “On the sparsity of optimal linear decision rules in robust inventory management.” Major revision in Management Science (2023)
Bertsimas, Dimitris, Shimrit Shtern, and Bradley Sturt. “A data-driven approach to multi-stage stochastic linear optimization.” Management Science. (2021).
Bertsimas, Dimitris, Shimrit Shtern, and Bradley Sturt. “Two-stage sample robust optimization.” Operations Research. (2021).
Bertsimas, Dimitris, and Bradley Sturt. “Computation of exact bootstrap confidence intervals: complexity and deterministic algorithms.” Operations Research. 68.3 (2020): 949-964.
2021, Junior Faculty Interest Group Paper Competition (Second Place), INFORMS
2019, Operations Research Center Best Paper Award (First Place), MIT
2017, George Nicholson Student Paper Competition (Second Place), INFORMS
2017, Sloan Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award (selected once per year by MBA students), MIT
Ph.D in Operations Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2020
B.S in Computer Engineering (minor in Technology and Management), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2014