Stefan Poikonen is an assistant professor at the University of Colorado Denver Business School. He obtained his PhD from the University of Maryland's program of Applied Mathematics and Scientific Computation under the guidance of Dr. Bruce Golden. His research focuses on vehicle routing, drone operations, optimization, and electric vehicle operations. He is also interested in robust routing, online routing, and applications to humanitarian relief. Other questions in optimization using techniques such as integer prgramming, dynamic programming, convex programming, heuristics, or other network algorithms are topics of interest. At St. Olaf College, Stefan double-majored in mathematics and economics.
- Poikonen, Stefan, Xingyin Wang, and Bruce Golden. "The Vehicle Routing Problem with Drones: Extended Models and Connections." Networks, 70(1), 34-43 (2017).
- Wang, Xingyin, Stefan Poikonen, and Bruce Golden. "The Vehicle Routing Problem with Drones: Several Worst-Case Results." Optimization Letters, 11(4), 679-697 (2017).
- Poikonen, Stefan, Bruce Golden, and Edward Wasil. "A Branch and Bound Approach to the TSP with Drone." to appear in INFORMS Journal on Computing.
- Poikonen, Stefan, Bruce Golden. "The Mothership and Drone Routing Problem." to appear in INFORMS Journal on Computing. [Pre-print PDF].
- Poikonen, Stefan. "The Multi-visit Drone Routing Problem." Under second review at Computers and Operations Research.
- Poikonen, Stefan and Bruce Golden. "The Shortest Path with Charging Problem: A Scalable, Discretized Approach". Under review at INFORMS Journal on Computing.
Works in progress/under revision:
- Poikonen, Stefan and Bruce Golden. “The Mothership and Drone Routing Problem with Obstacles.”
- Otto, Alena, Stefan Poikonen, and Bruce Golden. “Truck and Drone Responses to Disaster Scenarios.”
- Poikonen, Stefan, Bruce Golden, Edward Wasil, and Rui Zhang. "The Paired Mail Carrier Problem."
Link to PDF vitae. (Updated Summer 2018)
Other working papers may be found in my CV.
While at the University of Maryland, Stefan taught as lead instructor as a teaching assistant the following courses: MATH111, MATH113, MATH115, BMGT431, BMGT831, STAT100.
Twice Stefan received student-nominated awards as "Most Valuable Professor" (MVP).
Additional contact information may be found in the above CV.