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Dr. Liu joined Nottingham University Business School China as an Assistant Professor of Management Science and Analytics in September 2023. He obtained his Ph.D. from Politecnico di Milano and has been awarded the Marie Curie Fellowship by the European Union. Previously, he received a master degree in Industrial Engineering from Tsinghua University and had several years' experience in the industry.

His current research focuses on data-driven models and methodologies for decision-making under uncertainty.


  • Stochastic optimisation with risk measures
  • Markov network analysis
  • Integer programming and constraint programming
  • Machine learning and Artificial intelligence

Applications on various real operations management problems

  • Machine scheduling and project management
  • Healthcare analytics (appointment scheduling and queuing)
  • Revenue management (pricing and marketing)
  • Vehicle routing and facility location




  • BUSI2124 Introduction to Management Science for Business Decisions

Collaboration Opportunities

To my fellow researchers: If you are interested in collaborating on research projects, please don’t hesitate to connect with me.

To prospective students: I am actively collaborating with enthusiastic students (undergraduate, postgraduate or PhD), send me an email with your CV and I would like to talk about the opportunities!

I also actively provide assistance to students participating in mathematics/data/analytics related competitions, including but not limited to: ICM(interdisciplinary contest in modeling)KaggleAliyunCodalabITS, if you are considering entering a competition and need guidance, please do not hesitate to contact me.


  • Management Science and Engineering


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