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Yichuan (Daniel) Ding

Yichuan Ding

Ph.D (Stanford University)
Assistant Professor, Operations and Logistics Division

Contact Information

Office Henry Angus - HA 468
Tel (604) 827-1825
Email daniel.ding@sauder.ubc.ca
Personal Web Page

Research Interests

  • Health Care Operations Management
  • Queueing and Service Systems
  • Decision Making under Uncertainty, Optimization

Courses Taught in 2018-2019

  •  Logistics and Operations Management (BCom)

Selected Recent Publications

  • Wang Y., Ding Y., Park E., Hunte G. (2018). “Do Financial Incentives Change Length-of-Stay Performance in Emergency Departments? A Retrospective Study of the Pay-for-Performance Program in Metro Vancouver”, Academic Emergency Medicine, accepted.
  • Ata B., Ding Y., Zenios S. (2018). “An Achievable-Region-Based Approach for Kidney Allocation Policy Design with Endogenous Patient Choice”, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, accepted.
  • Ding Y., Park E., Nagarajan M., & Grafstein E (2017). “Patient Prioritization in Emergency Department Triage Systems: An Empirical Study of Canadian Triage and Acuity Scale (CTAS)”, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, accepted.
  • Ding Y., Ge D, He S, & Ryan C, (2017) “A Non-Asymptotic Approach to Analyzing Kidney Exchange Graphs”, Operations Research, 66(4), 918-935.
  • Agrawal, S., Ding, Y., Saberi, A., & Ye, Y. (2012) “Price of correlations in stochastic optimization”, Operations Research, 60(1), 150-162.
  • Ding Y., Ge D., & Wolkowicz H. (2011) “On Equivalence of Semidefinite Relaxations for Quadratic Matrix Programming”, Mathematics of Operations Research, 36(1), 88-104.
  • Ding Y., Wolkowicz H. (2009) “A Low-Dimensional Semidefinite Relaxation for the Quadratic Assignment Problem”, Mathematics of Operations Research, 34(4), 1008-1022.

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