Konstantin Pavlikov is an Assistant Professor at the Strategic Organization Design unit of the Department of Business and Management. He develops optimization algorithms for more efficient decision-making using Linear Programming and Mixed-Integer Programming. Another general line of his research deals with decision-making under uncertainty, with a special emphasis on risk averse decision-making and chance-constrained programming.
Konstantin Pavlikov graduated from the University of Florida, USA with a PhD in Operations Research in 2014. Prior to that, he obtained a Diploma degree in Mathematics with specialization in Economics and Statistics from Moscow State University in Moscow, Russia in 2007.
For more information see Konstantin's PURE profile.