Mr. Chen Jiang Hang graduated with a Bachelor`s degree from the Department of Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University, China in 2007. After that, he was admitted to the PhD program in the Department of Civil Engineering, National University of Singapore (receiver of the President`s Graduation Fellowship 2010), focusing on the research of port container terminal management especially for the quayside operations (i.e., berth allocation problem and quay crane assignment and scheduling problem). In September 2011, after completing his PhD thesis, he joined the Logistics Institute - Asia Pacific as a research engineer. His research interests include the mathematical modeling and optimization, transportation planning, and supply chain management.
J.H. Chen, D.H. Lee, J.X. Cao, 2011. A Combinatorial Bender`s Cuts Algorithm for the Quayside Operation Problem at Container Terminals. Transportation Research Part E – Logistics and Transportation Review, doi:10.1016/j.tre.2011.06.004.
J.H. Chen, D.H. Lee, J.X. Cao, 2011. Heuristics for Quay Crane Scheduling at Indented Berth. Transportation Research Part E – Logistics and Transportation Review, 47 (6), 1005-1020.
D.H. Lee, J.H. Chen, J.X. Cao, 2011. Quay Crane Scheduling for an Indented Berth. Engineering Optimization, 43 (9), 985-998.
D.H. Lee, J.H. Chen, J.X. Cao, 2010. The Continuous Berth Allocation Problem: A Greedy Randomized Adaptive Search Solution. Transportation Research Part E – Logistics and Transportation Review, 46 (6), 1017-1029.
D.H. Lee, J.H. Chen, 2010. An Improved Approach for Quay Crane Scheduling with Non-Crossing Constraints. Engineering Optimization, 42 (1), 1-15.
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