Ge Dongdong, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics Professor, doctoral supervisor, director of China Operations Research Society; President of the Institute of cross science; Deputy director of the youth Planning Council of mathematical programming branch of China Operations Research Society; member of the academic committee of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
In 2009, he received a doctorate in management science and engineering from Stanford University, Professor Ye Yinyu. He was an associate professor and a doctoral supervisor at Antai Institute of economics and management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
2013- today, Professor, School of management, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
2009-2013, lecturer, lecturer, associate professor, Antai Institute of economics and management, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
2009, Department of management science and engineering, Stanford University, Ph. D. in operations research.
Master of mathematics, New York State University, Stony Brook, 2001
1999, Nankai University, Bachelor of mathematics.
The theory of advanced operations and optimization is compulsory.
Optimization theory and logistics management, master's elective.
Quantitative management science, freshman seminar.
Linear and nonlinear optimization, pilot class compulsory course.
Computational complexity theory and algorithm design, a compulsory course for pilot classes.
1, the theory and computation of large-scale optimization problems: parallel and distributed computing platform for large-scale machine learning, statistical learning, mathematical programming and other issues.
2, data driven research on management issues, supply chain management, health management. Research in the field of artificial intelligence and management.
In the leading journals and conferences, such as Operations Research, Mathematics of Operation Research, Mathematical Programming, FOCS, SODA, EC, and so on, management and operations research, optimization theory, computer theory science, machine learning and many other journals have been published. It has been a special manuscript for many famous international journals.
He has participated in many optimization projects at home and abroad, including Boeing, Google street view, Shanghai GM and so on. At present, he is the chief scientist of Shan Shu technology. He has deeply participated in several important projects such as cooperation with Jingdong, Shun Feng, Yonghui and other supply chain and new retail projects.
He chaired the National Natural Science Foundation Project and youth project, the Pujiang talent plan, and the fund of innovation fund.
1. An improved algorithm for the L_2 L_p minimization problem. D. Ge R. He, S. He. Mathematical Programming, 2017.
2. A Note on Appointment Scheduling with Piecewise Linear Cost Functions. D. Ge G. Wan, Z. Wang, J. Zhang. Mathematics of Operations Research, 2014.
3. Complexity of Unconstrained L2-L P Minimization. X. Chen, D. Ge Z. Wang, Y. Ye. Mathematical Programming, 2012.
4. A Note on Complexity of L P Minimization. D. Ge X. Jiang, Y. Ye. Mathematical Programming, 2011.
5. On Equivalence of Semidefinite Relaxations for Quadratic Matrix Programming. Y. Ding, D. Ge H. Wolkowicz. Mathematics of Operations Research, 2011.
A non-asymptotic approach to analyzing kidney exchange graphs.
Ding Y, Ge D, He S, Ryan CT
In Proceedings of the Sixteenth ACM Conference on Economics and Computation (EC) 2015.
The Cost of Cache-Oblivious Searching.
M. A. Bender, G. S. Brodal, R. Fagerberg, D. Ge, S. He,
Proceedings of the 44th Annual Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science (Computer), 271-280, 2003.
Improved Approximation Algorithms for the Freeze-Tag Problem.
E. Arkin, M. A. Bender, D. Ge, S. He, and J. and
Proceedings of the 15th ACM Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and and (L), 295-303, 2003.
Sorting by Length-Weighted Reversals: Dealing with Signs and Circularity.
F. Swidan, M. A. Bender, D. Ge, S. He, H. Hu, H.
Proceedings of the 15th Annual Combinatorial Pattern Matching Symposium (CPM), Volume 3109, CPM 32-46, 2004.
Improved Bounds on Sorting with Length-Weighted Reversals.
M. A. Bender, D. Ge, S. He, H. Hu, R. Pinter, R.,
Proceedings of the 15th Annual ACM-SIAM Symposium on Discrete Algorithms (SODA), pages 912-921, 2004.
2016 China operations research society youth science and technology award.
The third academic award of Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
2014 IBM China visiting scholar Excellent Project Award.