Thomas Stidsen's work is primarily on applications of Operations
Research methods for different types of industrial planning
problems. He has experience from collaboration with a number of
different Danish companies, primarily software vendors. The planning
solutions developed are used in the education sector, production sector etc.
Thomas Stidsen is an Associate Professor of Operations Research at
Informatics and Mathematical Modelling, at the Technical University of
Denmark. He received his bachelor degree in Physics and Computer
Science from the University of Aarhus in 1992. In 1997 he received his
master degree in Computer Science from the University of Aarhus in
1992. In 2002 he received his Ph.D. in Operations Research from the Technical University of Denmark.
Thomas Stidsen was in 2002 employed as an Assistant Professor at the
Institute of Mathematics at the University of Copenhagen. From 2003 to
2005 he was employed as an Assistant Professor at Informatics and
Mathematical Modelling, at the Technical University of Denmark. From
2006 he has been employed as an Associate Professor at Informatics and
Mathematical Modelling, at the Technical University of Denmark. He has
been taught a number of courses in mathematical modeling,
decomposition algorithms for large scale optimization and
metaheuristic algorithms for optimization. Furthermore he has
published a number of scientific articles and supervised a number of
master's thesis projects.