Olli Herrala

Olli Herrala

Doctoral Candidate

Aalto University

My research is currently focused on optimization under uncertainty, developing Decision Programming for multi-stage decision problems with exogenous and endogenous uncertainties.

The applications in my work (such as climate change cost-benefit analysis and water resources planning) feature long-term climate-related uncertainties. These problems are often very hard to solve with existing methods. The goal of my research is to develop methodology that allows for better solving such problems.

My previous research includes retail promotions planning, where I developed a method for evaluating cannibalization effects between products.

Interests
  • Mathematical Programming
  • Decision-making under uncertainty
  • Sustainability
Education
  • MSc in Systems and Operations Research, 2020

    Aalto University

  • BSc in Mathematics and Systems Sciences, 2018

    Aalto University

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