Huajie Qian


Huajie (Jason) Qian
Department of Industrial Engineering & Operations Research
Columbia University
500 W. 120th Street #315
New York, NY 10027


My Curriculum Vitae

About Me

I'm a Ph.D. candidate in Operations Research at Columbia University. I'm currently on the academic job market for Fall 2019. My advisor is Prof. Henry Lam. Before coming to Columbia, I obtained my B.S. degree in Mathematics from Fudan University and M.S. degree in Applied and Interdisciplinary Mathematics from University of Michigan.

My research focuses on developing statistically and computationally efficient data-driven methodologies for Monte Carlo simulation and stochastic optimization.

I will present several of my works at Winter Simulation Conference 2019:

  • Random Perturbation to Quantify Input Uncertainty, PhD colloquium, 4:00-5:30pm December 8th, Annapolis 4

  • Random Perturbation and Bagging to Quantify Input Uncertainty, regular session, 3:30-5:00pm December 9th, Annapolis 2

  • Validating Optimization with Uncertain Constraints, regular session, 8:00-9:30am December 11th, Annapolis 1


Journal Articles

Monte Carlo Simulation Optimization under Uncertainty

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Upcoming Events

  • Winter Simulation Conference, National Harbor, MD, December 2019.