Michael Malmros Sørensen

Associate professor

Michael Malmros Sørensen

Teaching interests
Decision analysis
Managerial decision modelling
Operations and Supply Chain Management
Optimization methods
Simulation modelling and analysis

Research interests
Integer and combinatorial optimization
Optimization theory and algorithms
Current research projects include

1) New facets for node-capacitated multicut polytopes from path-block cycles.
2) Separation and facet evaluation for the simple graph partitioning problem.

Selected Publications
A new separation algorithm for the Boolean quadric and cut polytopes, Discrete Optimization, vol. 14, pp. 61-71, 2014 (with A.N. Letchford).
Binary positive semidefinite matrices and associated integer polytopes, Mathematical Programming, Vol. 131, pp. 253-271, 2012 (with A.N. Letchford).
Facet-defining inequalities for the simple graph partitioning polytope, Discrete Optimization, Vol.  4, pp 221-231, 2007.
New facets and a branch-and-cut algorithm for the weighted clique problem, European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 154, pp 57-70, 2004.

Profile

Associate Professor
Member of the Logistics Section
Research Secretaries: Ingrid Lautrup and Betina Sørensen

Michael Malmros Sørensen received his PhD at Aarhus School of Business in 1996, and he has an MSc in Business Administration from ASB in 1992. His main work interests have always focused on problems within the areas of optimization, logistics, and simulation. He is conducting research within the Cluster for Operations Research And Logistics (CORAL).

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