Chercheur en sciences de la décision
Érick Delage is professor at HEC Montréal in the department of Decision Sciences. He has a strong interest for quantitative methodologies that can help manage the risks related to market, environmental or physical uncertainty that is present in industrial and financial decision problems. Specifically, his research interests span the areas of optimization, decision analysis, artificial intelligence and applied statistics. He is especially fascinated about how the concept of robust optimization can successfully reconcile the design of a decision model with the prevailing ambiguity about outcomes and about how these might be perceived by the decision maker. Applications that have caught his attention include, but are not limited to, portfolio selection, e-commerce, resource allocation, network routing, inventory management and energy production problems. He is a team member of the "Apprentissage automatique et optimisation intégrés pour la prise de décision en incertitude" research project, funded by IVADO.que et optimisation intégrés pour la prise de décision en incertitude" research project, funded by IVADO.