Junlong Zhang

Advisor: Dr. Osman Ozaltin

Systems Analysis and Optimization


Expected Graduation

Spring 2018

MPhil 2014

Master of Philosophy

Hong Kong Polytechnic University

BE 2010

Bachelor of Engineering

Northwestern Polytechnical University

Research Description

Junlong's research interests are in the methodology and applications of stochastic optimization, integer programming, and bilevel programming. Specific application areas include logistics, healthcare and data analytics. His doctoral research employs value functions to optimize large-scale nonlinear stochastic integer programs and discrete bilevel linear programs.


Most reliable path-finding algorithm for maximizing on-time arrival probability
Chen, B. Y., Shi, C. Y., Zhang, J. L., Lam, W. H. K., Li, Q. Q., & Xiang, S. J. (2017), Transportmetrica B-Transport Dynamics, 5(3), 253-269.
Single-ratio fractional integer programs with stochastic right-hand sides
Zhang, J., & Ozaltin, O. Y. (2017), IISE Transactions, 49(6), 579-592.
On-time delivery probabilistic models for the vehicle routing problem with stochastic demands and time windows
Zhang, J. L., Lam, W. H. K., & Chen, B. Y. (2016), European Journal of Operational Research, 249(1), 144-154.

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