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Dr Tri-Dung Nguyen BSc, MSc, PhD

Associate Professor of Operational Research

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Dr Tri-Dung Nguyen is an Associate Professor and EPSRC Fellow within Mathematical Sciences at the University of Southampton.


2004 – 2009, PhD in Operations Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

2003 – 2004, MSc in High Performance Computation for Engineered Systems, Singapore-MIT Alliance, Singapore

1999 – 2002, BSc in Software Systems Engineering, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia

Career History

03/2015 – present, University of Southampton: Associate Professor in Operational Research & Management Science (Business School and Mathematical Sciences)

09/2010 – 02/2015, University of Southampton: Lecturer in Operational Research & Management Science (Business School and Mathematical Sciences)

2009 – 2010, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign: Visiting Research Assistant Professor (School of Civil & Environmental Engineering)

Dr. Nguyen has also worked for several financial firms (Credit Suisse, Fidelity), IT firm (Fujitsu-Siemens), and logistics/research institutes (PSA, ATCRC).

Research interests

Research Interests

Dr. Nguyen is interested in applying Operations Research to a wide range of applications that include:

  • robust statistical analysis (robust regression & robust estimation)
  • portfolio optimization
  • Large-scale complex systems modelling & computation
  • Transportation
  • Competitive pricing

Research projects

  • 2010 - ,  KTP/RNLI/Southampton, Optimizing the operation and maintenance schedule of lifeboat operation at RNLI.
  • 2009 - , NSF/UIUC, Large-scale complex systems modelling and optimization for biofuel development.
  • 2003 - 2004, SPA/SMA, Optimal Berth and Ship scheduling.

Research group

Operational Research

Affiliate research groups

Computational Optimisation, Game Theory

Research project(s)

Operations Research methods in algorithm cooperative games

Computational Optimisation

Comptational Optimisation

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Book Chapter

  • Brennan, T., Lo, A., & Nguyen, T-D. (Accepted/In press). Portfolio Theory. In N. Higham (Ed.), The Princeton Companion to Applied Mathematics Princeton, US: Princeton University Press.



Working Paper


MATH6002 - Deterministic OR Methods

MANG6046 - Mathematical Programming

MANG6100 - Game Theory for Business Applications

Dr Tri-Dung Nguyen
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