Bradley Sturt

PhD candidate in Operations Research at MIT

Contact: bsturt (at) mit (dot) edu

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I am a fourth-year PhD candidate in the Operations Research Center at MIT, where I am advised by Dimitris Bertsimas. My research interests lie at the intersection of data-driven optimization under uncertainty, dynamic decision making, statistical learning theory, and applications in operations management.

I did my undergraduate studies in Computer Engineering and the Hoeft Technology and Management Program at the University of Illinois in Urbana, Champaign, where I was a Chancellor's Scholar. Prior to starting my Ph.D, I worked with Jiawei Han and Marta Gonzalez in data mining, with applications in recommendation systems and transportation.