- Simulation optimisation
- Healthcare management
- Decision making under uncertainty
- Disaster relief
- Optimal pricing
External roles and responsibilities
Professor Christine Currie received her PhD in Operational Research from the University of Southampton in 2004 and is now a Professor of Operational Research in Mathematical Sciences, a Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute, and previously Director of CORMSIS. She is known for her work on decision-making under uncertainty and optimal pricing, with a focus on simulation modelling and has worked on a number of funded projects, with the majority of her funding coming from EPSRC. Professor Currie is Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of Simulation, sits on the Operational Research Society’s Research Panel and was a co-chair of the national Operational Research conference OR63 in 2021. She has successfully collaborated with external organisations throughout her career.