Edward Lam

Researcher in Combinatorial Optimization
Monash University

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Edward is a Research Fellow in the Department of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in the Faculty of Information Technology at Monash University, and contributes to the Analytics and Decision Sciences program at CSIRO Data61. His research in combinatorial optimization spans the disciplines of operations research in mathematics and artificial intelligence in computer science. He specializes in branch-and-cut-and-price for decompositions and hybridizations of integer programming and constraint programming.

Prior to joining Monash University, Edward completed his PhD studies at the University of Melbourne under the supervision of Pascal Van Hentenryck at the Georgia Institute of Technology. His thesis proposed novel techniques to hybridize integer programming, constraint programming and Boolean satisfiability; winning him the 2019 Doctoral Research Award from the Association for Constraint Programming.

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