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Atsuko Ikegami, Ph.D.


Education

I worked at the Faculty of Science and Technology of Seikei University until March 2022,
since graduating from the Department of Mathematics of Rikkyo University.
I received my Ph. D from the Department of Information Science of Seikei University in 2001.
The title of my doctoral thesis is "Nurse Scheduling in Japan - Modeling and Solution -".

Research interests

My research interests are applications of OR and combinatorial optimization.
I am especially interested in modeling practical problems.

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Awards

2018: "Achievement Award",
This award is given to individuals who have made outstanding achievements
in activities related to OR research, education, and implementation,
by the Operations Research Society of Japan.

2008: "Finding the mimimum cost path in a railway network",
Scheduling Symposium 2007, pp.79-84, 2007.
This paper was chosen to be an excellent paper in application studies
by the Scheduling Society of Japan in 2008.

2004: "A Subproblem-centric Model and Approach to the Nurse Scheduling Problem",
Mathematical Programming, Vol.97, No.3, pp.517-541, 2003.
This paper was given the 'excellent paper in application studies' award by the Operations
Research Society of Japan in 2004.

2003: "Development of User Interface based on Task Analysis for a Nurse Scheduling Support System",
The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics, Vol.38, No.5, pp.261-271, 2002 (in Japanese).
This paper was chosen to be an incentive paper by The Ergonomics Society of Japan in 2003.

1997: "Nurse Scheduling in Japan", Communications of the Operations Research
Society of Japan, Vol.41, No.8, pp.436-442, 1996 (in Japanese).
This paper was chosen to be an excellent paper in application studies by the Operations
Research Society of Japan in 1997.


Dr Atsuko Ikegami

atsuko@seikei.ac.jp
http://cricket.ikegami-lab.tokyo/~atsuko/


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