Operations Research PhD student at Polytech Tours

I am a PhD student on the Operations Research team at Polytech Tours, anticipating graduation in December 2019. My current focus is aiding in the shift towards sustainable transport by employing stochastic dynamic programming to solve problems in electric vehicle routing under uncertainty.

My experience in OR includes
  • Stochastic dynamic programming
  • Math programming: construction and solution of linear/integer programming models
  • Markov processes
  • Multi-objective optimization
  • Data manipulation, analysis, and visualization

In addition to my current work in logistics, I have prior optimization experience in scheduling and resource management as well as industry experience in telecommunications.

I received a BS in physics from the University of Missouri in 2011 and an MS in Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management from the University of Washington in 2016.


  • The first triennial TSL Conference was a success. Slides from my presentation can be found here.
  • SieveSifter was recently published in Bioinformatics (find it here). More about SieveSifter, the vaccine efficacy viz developed with researchers from Fred Hutch, can be found on my Projects page.