I am currently a Postdoctoral Researcher at Centrale Supélec - Université Paris-Saclay, under the supervision of Professor Jakob Puchinger and Professor Adam Abdin, focusing on developing novel algorithms for designing, planning, and operating on-demand transport systems in an intermodal context.

Before joining Centrale Supélec, I was a Ph.D. Candidate in Management Science, supervised by Professor Yacine REKIK, and Operations Research, directed by Professor Khaled HADJ-HAMOU at the Decision and Information Systems for Production systems laboratory at the National Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon.

During my Ph.D., I was also a Research Assistant at the QUANT Research Center at EMLYON Business School.

Before this, I got two Master’s degrees Statistical and Financial Engineering, Data Science and Mathematics of Insurance, Economics, and Finance from Paris Dauphine University - Paris Sciences et Lettres University, and École Normale Supérieure - Paris Sciences et Lettres University.

My research interests revolve around the interdisciplinary integration of Management Science, Operations Research, Statistical Learning, Artificial Intelligence, and Stochastic & Quantitative Mathematical Methods applied to various practical domains.

For more information about my research experience, please see my curriculum vitæ.

Feel free to contact me for any inquiries or potential collaborations in any research topic. You can reach me at minh-tam.tran[at]centralesupelec.fr.

Operations Research; Management Science; Logistics and Supply Chain Management; Inventory Management; Artificial Intelligence; Quantitative Methods; Data Science