Archis Ghate

Associate Professor

Industrial and Systems Engineering

University of Washington, Seattle

Office: AERB 141D




Short bio

I joined the University of Washington as an Assistant Professor in September 2006. I received a PhD in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan in 2006, and an MS in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford in 2003. Before that, I completed my undergraduate education in Chemical Engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, in 2001.


My field of study is Operations Research. You can find more about this area at the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences website here. More specifically, my work focuses on stochastic and dynamic optimization problems. I often use dynamic programming, optimal control, mathematical programming, applied probability, statistics, and game theory to model and solve these problems. I am interested in applying these methods to medical treatment planning and service operations management. To learn more about my work, please follow the links below.






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