Sang Ho Shim, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
- Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009
- Master of Science, Computational Mathematics, POSTECH, 1998
- Bachelor of Science, Mathematics, Seoul National University, 1996
- Research Associate, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, December 2012-July 2015; Research Projects on Combinatorial Optimization
- Research Associate, Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences Department, Northwestern University, August 2011-November 2012; General Motors Renewable Energy Portfolio Project
- Manager, Korea Telecom, August 2010-July 2011; Smart Grid Project
- Instructor, Industrial and Systems Engineering Department, Georgia Institute of Technology, August 2009-July 2010; Taught graduate/undergraduate Optimization courses
Area of Expertise/Research
- Bioinformatics/Supply Chain Engineering/Renewable Energy System
- Linear Programming/Integer Programming/Combinatorial Optimization
With Sunil Chopra and Wenwei Cao, The worst case analysis of strong knapsack facets, Mathematical Programming Online.
- With Eddie Cheng, Li Li, Laszlo Liptak and Daniel E. Steffy, On the problem of determining which (n, k)-star graphs are Cayley graphs, to appear in Graphs and Combinatorics
- With Sunil Chopra and Dan Steffy, A few strong knapsack facets, Modeling and Optimization: Theory and Applications (MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, USA, August 2014), Volume 147 of the series Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, pp 77-94, 2015.
- With Sunil Chopra, Kangbok Lee and Minseok Ryu, Separation Algorithm for Tree Partitioning Inequalities, Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics 52 (2016) 109-116.
- With Johnson, Cyclic group blocking polyhedra, Mathematical Programming, Ser. A, 138, (2013) 273–307.
- With Chopra, Johnson and Shu, Binary group facets with complete support and non-binary coefficients, Operations Research Letters 41 (2013) 679-684.
- With Cao and Johnson, Primal-dual simplex method for shooting, Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics 36 (2010) 719–726.