3rd Spanish Young Statisticians and Operational Researchers Meeting (SYSORM)



Plenary Speakers

  • Frédéric Ferraty 

Frédéric Ferraty is full professor at Toulouse Jean Jaurès University and Toulouse Mathematics Institute (France). He is also the current head of the Computer Science and Mathematics Department at Toulouse Jean Jaurès University. His research interest focuses on high-dimensional statistics, functional data analysis, semi- and nonparametric modelling, parsimonious models, and massive datasets.

He has been associate editor of several scientific journals: Computational Statistics (2005–2012), Journal of Multivariate Analysis (2007–2016), Statistica Sinica (2008–2014), Electronic Journal of Statistics (2010–2016), Computational Statistics and Data Analysis (since 2016), and Econometrics and Statistics (since 2016).

According to Scopus, he has published 61 documents, with an h-index equal to 24 and 2206 citations (accessed November 2019); according to Google Scholar, his h-index and number of citations raise to 35 and 6793, respectively (November 2019).

Among his publications, the contributions published in Computational Statistics and Data Analysis (6), Journal of Multivariate Analysis (3), Statistica Sinica (2), Scandinavian Journal of Statistics (2), TEST (2), Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics (1) and Biometrika (1), could be highlighted.

He has supervised 8 PhD theses and several research projects in the last years.

  • Ricardo Cao Abad

Ricardo Cao is full professor at the Universidade da Coruña (Spain) and the head of the Modelling, Optimization, and Statistical Inference group (MODES). His research interests cover nonparametric statistics, resampling methods, survival analysis, empirical likelihood, credit risk, and statistical methods in genomics.

He is editor-in-chief of Journal of Nonparametric Statistics (since 2019), and has been editor-in-chief of TEST (2009–2012) and co-editor of Computational Statistics (2016–2018). He has also been associate editor of TEST (since 1996–2008; since 2019), Computational Statistics (2004–2016; since 2019), Journal of Nonparametric Statistics (2007–2018), and Computational Statistics & Data Analysis (2015–2018).

According to Scopus, he has published 104 documents, with an h-index equal to 20 and 1156 citations (accessed November 2019); according to Google Scholar, his h-index and number of citations raise to 30 and 2662, respectively (November 2019).

Among his publications, the contributions published in TEST (7), Computational Statistics and Data Analysis (6), Canadian Journal of Statistics (4), Annals of the Institute of Statistical Mathematics (3), Annals of Statistics (1), Journal of the American Statistical Association (1), and Technometrics (1), could be highlighted.

He has supervised 11 research projects and 11 PhD theses.

  • Martine Labbé 

Martine Labbé is full professor at Université libre de Bruxelles (Belgium). Her research interests focus on mathematical and combinatorial optimization, network optimization, bilevel programming, transportation and telecommunication models, and location theory.

She is editor-in-chief of EURO Journal on Computational Optimization (since 2013), and she has been associate editor of Operations Research (1996–2005), Journal of Combinatorial Optimization (1999–2005), and International Transactions in Operations Research (since 2016).

According to Scopus, she has published 121 documents, with an h-index equal to 31 and 2583 citations (accessed November 2019); according to Google Scholar, her h-index and number of citations raise to 46 and 6114, respectively (November 2019).

Among her publications, the contributions published in the European Journal of Operational Research (12), Computers & Operations Research (8), Operations Research (6), Transportation Science (5), Mathematical Programming (3), and Omega (1) could be highlighted.

She has been the principal investigator of many public funded research projects and supervised 20 PhD theses.

  • Rubén Ruiz García 

Rubén Ruiz is full professor at Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) and the head of the Applied Optimization Systems group (SOA). His research interests focus on optimization, scheduling and routing problems, logistics, operations management, and metaheuristics.

He is editor-in-chief of Operations Research Perspectives and co-editor of European Journal of Industrial Engineering. He is also associate editor of Applied Mathematics & Computation (since 2007) and TOP (since 2012).

According to Scopus, he has published 107 documents, with an h-index equal to 38 and 5263 citations (accessed November 2019); according to Google Scholar, his h-index and number of citations raise to 42 and 7979, respectively (November 2019).

Among his publications, the contributions published in the European Journal of Operational Research (26), Computers & Operations Research (14), Omega (6), International Journal of Production Research (4), International Journal of Production Economics (2), and Information Sciences (2) could be highlighted.

He has been the principal investigator of 7 public funded research projects and supervised 6 PhD theses.

 

 

 

3rd Spanish Young Statisticians and Operational Researchers Meeting (SYSORM)