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Eli V. Olinick
is an Associate Professor in the Department of Engineering Management, Information, and Systems at SMU. He completed his B.S. in Applied Mathematics (1989) at Brown University and earned his M.S. (1994) and Ph.D. (1999) in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at the University of California at Berkeley where he wrote his Ph.D. thesis on "Optimization Algorithms for Survivable Network Design Problems." His research interests are in applied optimization and network design problems. As a graduate student at Berkeley, he was an active member of the Remote Interactive Optimization Testbed developing optimization applications such as the popular baseball page on the World Wide Web. He is the treasurer of the INFORMS Technical Section on Telecommunications and active member of the Dallas/Fort Worth INFORMS chapter.


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Email: olinick AT engr.smu.edu

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