Office: Martin O-223
Phone: (864) 656-3185
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Matthew Saltzman

Associate Professor
PhD in Industrial Administration (Operations Research) from Carnegie Mellon University, 1986
MS in Operations Research from Carnegie Mellon University, 1982
AB in Mathematics from Cornell University, 1977
Professional Research Interests
Operations Research and Computer Science, with a focus on computational optimization.  Areas of particular interest include: algorithm design (including parallel algorithms); large-scale linear and combinatorial optimization; methods for sparse linear systems; polyhedral theory; software tools; and models and applications in business and public systems, operations management, computer, communications, and information systems.
Professional Memberships
INFORMS (the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences)
INFORMS Computing Society
MOS (Mathematical Optimization Society)
SIAM (the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
ACM (the Association for Computing Machinery)
Other Professional Activities
President, COIN-OR Foundation, Inc.  The COIN-OR Foundation develops and publishes open-source software for computational operations research.
Last Updated: 9/25/14