Prof. LONG, Zhuoyu, Daniel 龍 卓 瑜 教授
Daniel Z. Long received his bachelor degree from Tsinghua University in 2005, the master degree from Chinese Academy of Science in 2008, and the Ph.D. degree from the Department of Decision Sciences, National University of Singapore in 2013. His current research revolves around the aspect of decision criteria for two classical operations research problems—inventory management and project management. His paper “Managing Operational and Financing Decisions to Meet Consumption Targets” received the second prize in the 2013 POMS-HK student paper competition.
D. Z. Long, J. Qi, “Distributionally Robust Discrete Optimization with Entropic Value at Risk”, Operations Research Letter, 42(8): 532-538, 2014.
L. G. Chen, D. Z. Long, G. Perakis, “The Impact of a Target on Newsvendor Decisions”, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 17(1): 78-86, 2015.
N. G. Hall, D. Z. Long, J. Qi, M. Sim, “Managing Underperformance Risk in Project Portfolio Selection”, Operations Research, 63(3): 660-675, 2015.
L. G. Chen, D. Z. Long, M. Sim, “On Dynamic Decision Making to Meeting Consumption Targets”, Operations Research, 63(5): 1117-1130, 2015.