|Dr. Dmytro Matsypura|
Dmytro Matsypura is a tenured Senior Lecturer in the Discipline of Business Analytics at the University of Sydney Business School in Australia.
He received a BS in Management and an MS in Information Systems in Management from the National Technical University of Ukraine (Kiev Polytechnic Institute) in Kiev, Ukraine, and a Ph.D. in Business Administration, with a concentration in Management Science, from the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2006.
During the Spring 2010 semester, Professor Matsypura was a Visiting Scholar at the Virtual Center for Supernetwoks while on sabbatical from the University of Sydney.
In 2010, he received the Wayne Lonergan Outstanding Teacher Award (Early Career) and in 2008 and 2013, he received the Discipline of Business Analytics Teaching Excellence Award.
In the Fall of 2013, he was on sabbatical at the Swanson School of Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh.
In the Fall 2017, he was on sabbatical visiting the University of Pittsburgh and the Virtual Center for Supernetworks.
Dr. Matsypura is a frequent presenter at international scientific conferences.
Dr. Matsypura's current research focus is on applications of convex and combinatorial optimisation in forecasting, graph theory, finance, transportation, and ecology (wildfire management).
Optimal Selection of Expert Forecasts with Integer Programming (with R. Thompson and A. Vasnev) Omega 78: (2018) pp 165-175.
Wildfire fuel management: Network-based models and optimization of prescribed burning (with O. Prokopyev and A. Zahar) European Journal of Operational Research 264(2): (2018) , pp 774-796.
Margining Option Portfolios by Network Flows (with V. G. Timkovsky), Networks 60(2): (2012) pp 120-31.
A Computational Study of Margining Portfolios of Options by Two Approaches (with E. G. Coffman, Jnr. and V. G. Timkovsky), Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Information Systems, Technology and Management: ICISTM 2010, Prasad S. K, Vin H. M, Sahni S., Jaiswal M. P., and Thipakorn B., Editors, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, pp. 325-332 (2010).
Strategy vs Risk in Margining Portfolios of Options (with E. G. Coffman, Jnr and V.G. Timkovsky), Quarterly Journal of Operations Research 8(4): (2010) pp 375-386.
Supply Chain Networks with Corporate Social Responsibility Through Integrated Environmental Decision-Making
Computational Complexity of Portfolio Margining
Modeling of Electric Power Supply Chain Networks with Fuel Suppliers via Variational Inequalities
of Global Supply Chain Supernetworks
Last Update: August 22, 2018