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Grigoriev, Alexander

Associate Professor, Department of Quantitative Economics

Alexander Grigoriev is an Associate Professor at the Department of Quantitative Economics at Maastricht University School of Business and Economics.

Current research of Dr. Grigoriev focuses on network optimization, algorithmic graph theory, scheduling and pricing problems. Particularly, in network optimization he deals with broad variety of transportation and telecommunication problems, including the problems on network vulnerability and integrity. In algorithmic graph theory Grigoriev is specializing in combinatorial algorithms involving concepts of tree-width, branch-width and path-width.

The other research topics from Grigoriev are machine scheduling and pricing problems with emphasis on computational complexity of and algorithm design for scheduling problems with renewable resources, high multiplicity scheduling problems, Stackelberg games, and other algorithmic pricing problems.

Language: Russian (native), English

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