Assistant Professor, Department of Systems and Industrial Engineering [LINK]
Member, Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Statistics [LINK]
Member, Graduate Interdisciplinary Program in Applied Math [LINK]
University of Arizona
Dr. Neng Fan is an assistant professor at Department of Systems and Industrial Engineerin at the University of Arizona (UA), Tucson, Arizona. He received his bachelor degree in computational mathematics from Wuhan University in China, and master degree in applied mathematics from Nankai University in China. He also received his master and PhD degrees from Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at University of Florida. Before joining UA, he worked in Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico and Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
His research interests include (1) Methodologies in Optimization: Integer programming, combinatorial optimization, stochastic programming, robust optimization, multilevel programming, large-scale optimization; (2) Applied Operations Research: energy systems, water systems, renewable energy integration, interdependent infrastructures, healthcare processes; and (3) Data Analytics: data mining, machine learning, data with uncertainties.
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