Monthly Archives: September 2015

What do I need of a task manager?

In previous posts, I talked about the importance of time management. We have seen the principles of GTD (Getting Things Done) method and the pomodoro method. These methods and others that we will see later, are very interesting and useful, but without a real system (a task manager) do little. So today I decided […]

By |Wednesday, September 30 2015|Software|Comments Off on What do I need of a task manager?

Book: Modeling and solving linear programming with R

Hi everyone,

I have just published a new book about linear programming and its resolution with R. I attach the reference and the link to the book.
Linear programming is one of the most extensively used techniques in the toolbox of quantitative methods of optimization. One of the reasons of the popularity of linear programming is that […]

By |Thursday, September 24 2015|Teaching|Comments Off on Book: Modeling and solving linear programming with R

Summer School in Beijing

This summer I participated in the first edition of the Summer School of SINO-EU Doctoral School for Logistics, Information, Management, and Service Science held at the Beijing Jiaotong University (China).

The summer school was held from 21 to 30 August 2015 with the participation of about 40 PhD students from various countries (mainly Chinese) and […]

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