PhD (Operations Research), Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad; B.Tech. (Production Engg.), GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology
Sneha is an Assistant Professor in the Quantitative Techniques and Operations Management Area at FORE School of Management. She holds a PhD in Production and Quantitative Methods from IIM Ahmedabad (IIM A). Her research interests include developing mathematical models for transportation and telecommunication. Her work is published in journals such as Annals of Operations Research and she has presented her work in several national and international conferences including EURO Working Group for Locational Analysis (EWGLA) XXV, 52nd Annual Convention of Operational Research Society of India and International Conference, 31st European Conference on Operational Research (Virtual), 22nd Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (Virtual). She also serves as a reviewer for the journal Transportation Research Part-E. Before joining IIM A, she had worked in Ashok Leyland (~4 years) where she was a certified Six-Sigma Black Belt from American Society of Quality (ASQ) and had supervised multiple six-sigma projects.
Supply Chain Network Design, Large Scale Optimization, Decomposition Methods (Mixed Integer Programs/Mixed Integer Non-Linear Programs, Multi-level Optimization, Robust Optimization, Game Theory
Mathematical Modelling for Managerial Decisions; Manufacturing Excellence
1) S. D. Bhatt, S. Jayaswal, A. Sinha, N. Vidyarthi. 2021. Alternate second order conic program reformulations for hub location under stochastic demand and congestion. Annals of Operations Research, 1-47.
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