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Teaching Interests

Ashwin has been teaching at various levels including the MSc programme and the Undergraduate level. He is currently the course coordinator for a first year undergraduate class and an MSc class. He has also taught a short course in the doctoral programme of Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai. 

Personal Statement

I joined the University in 2014 and I'm currently a Lecturer in Management Science.  I received my PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering from University of Florida in 2009. I was a Research Fellow at the Center for Discrete Mathematics and its Applications at University of Warwick between  2009 and 2010. I then joined Institut für Mathematik at Technische Universität Berlin and worked as a postdoctoral fellow till 2014.


Expertise & Capabilities

His research interests are in combinatorial optimisation: network flow problems, network design problems, integer programming, approximation algorithms.

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Flavors Engineering & Materials Science
Many to one Mathematics
Polynomials Engineering & Materials Science
Logistics Engineering & Materials Science
Students Engineering & Materials Science
Traffic Assignment Mathematics
Quantum cryptography Engineering & Materials Science
Maximum Flow Mathematics

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Projects 2016 2018

Research Output 2007 2019

  • 13 Article
  • 4 Conference contribution book
  • 1 Other report

The incremental connected facility location problem

Arulselvan, A., Bley, A. & Ljubić, I., 30 Jul 2019, (Accepted/In press) In : Computers & Operations Research. 34 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Facility Location Problem
Integer programming
Open Access
Stock market
Market price
Price discovery
Market clearing
Order-driven markets