Markus Sinnl received his PhD in 2015 from the University of Vienna. He received both the Dissertation award of the Austrian Society for Operations Research (ÖGOR), and the Dissertation award of the INFORMS Section on Location Analysis in 2016.
Previously, he worked as a PostDoc at the Department for Statistics and Operations Research, Faculty of Business, Economics and Statistics at the University of Vienna. There, he was part of the project Network Optimization in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology. He also worked as a researcher at INRIA Lille-Nord Europe in the team INOCS. Currently, he is a PostDoc at the Institute of Production and Logistics Management at the Johannes Kepler University Linz.
Theoretical and Computational Aspects of Mixed Integer (Non-)Linear Programming
Decomposition Methods for Mixed Integer (Non-)Linear Programming
Bi-and Multi-Objective Optimization
Robust and Stochastic Optimization
Areas of Application: Routing, Facility Location, Network Design, Telecommunications, Systems Biology