Department at Computing Center Russian Academy of Sciences, Nuevo Leon State University
Professor Igor Litvinchev received his M.Sc. degree in Applied Mathematics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (Fizteh), Russia; Ph.D in Systems Theory and Operations Research and Dr.Sci. (Habilitation) in Systems Modeling and Optimization from Computing Center, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. He has held long term visiting positions at universities in Brazil, Mexico, and Norway, as well as positions at various universities and research centers in Russia. He is currently a Head of Department at Computing Center Russian Academy of Sciences and Professor at Nuevo Leon State University, Mexico. He is an author of 4 books and numerous research papers focused on large-scale systems modeling, optimization, and control. His research was supported by more than 30 grants from NATO Scientific Affairs Division and European Community; ISF (USA) and RFBR (Russia); CNPq and FAPESP (Brasil); BRFBR (Belarus); CONACYT, PROMEP and PAICYT (Mexico). Professor Litvinchev is a member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and Mexican Academy of Sciences.
Large scale continuous and discrete optimization, Operations research theory and applications, Computational logistics.