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Professor Xu haiyan
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Vita

 

Haiyan Xu

College of Economics and Management, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics


 


PO Box 150

Jiangning District

Phone:  (025)84892363

Email: xuhaiyan@nuaa.edu.cn


 


 

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

 

Research interests: Game theory, Conflict analysis, Portfolio optimization, Risk management

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS

 

Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Post Doctoral Fellow               University of Guelph, Canada                                               June 2011–May 2013

Professor                                  Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics        February 2010–Current

Post Doctoral Fellow              University of Waterloo, Canada                                            June 2009–January 2010

Associate Professor               Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics         July 1999–July 2002

 

             

EDUCATION

PhD in Systems Design Engineering                University of Waterloo, Canada          May 2006 –August 2009

 

Master’s of Mathematics in  Combinatorics and Optimization                          University of Waterloo, Canada        

                                                                                                                                             September 2004–April 2006      

 

Bachelor of Science in Pure Mathematics          Nanjing University                       September 1980–July 1984

 

RESEARCH PROGRAM

 

Refereed Journal Articles

[1] Haiyan Xu, D.M. Kilgour, K.W. Hipel, and Edward A. McBean, Theory and Implementation of Coalitional Analysis in Cooperative Decision Making, DOI: 10.1007/s11238-013-9363-6,Accepted by Theory and Decision, 2013. (SSCI)

[2] Haiyan Xu, D.M. Kilgour, K.W. Hipel, and Edward A. McBean, Theory and Application of Conflict Resolution with Hybrid Preference in Colored Graphs, Applied Mathematical Modelling; 37 (2013) 989-1003. (SCI)

[3] Haiyan Xu, D. M. Kilgour, and K. W. Hipel, Matrix Representation of Conflict Resolution in Multiple-Decision-Maker Graph Models with Preference Uncertainty, Group Decision and Negotiation (GDN), 20 (6), 2011, 755-779. (SSCI)

[4] Haiyan Xu, Nan Li, Xueshan Han, and Ping Zhang, An Algebraic Approach to Conflict Resolution with Hybrid Preference in Two Decision Maker Graph Models, Proceedings of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, Cybernetics, to be held at Anchorage, Alaska, US. October 11-14, 2725-2730, 2011. (EI)

[5] Haiyan Xu, Quanyuan Jin, and Yazhuo Fan, Decision Support for Merger Policy Analysis,  The 8th International Conference on Service Systems and Service Management, June 25-27, 914-916, 2011. (EI)

[6] Haiyan Xu, D. M. Kilgour, K. W. Hipel, and Graeme Kemkes, Using Matrices to Link Conflict Evolution and Resolution in a Graph Model, European Journal of Operational Research, 207 (2010) 318-329. (SCI)

[7] Haiyan Xu, D. M. Kilgour, and K. W. Hipel, Matrix representation and extension of coalition analysis in group decision support, Computers and Mathematics with Applications, 60 (2010) 1164-1176. (SCI)

[8] Haiyan Xu, K. W. Hipel, D. M. Kilgour, and Ye Chen, Combining Strength and Uncertainty for Preferences in the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution with Multiple Decision Makers, Theory and Decision, 69 (4), 497-521, 2010.  (SSCI)

[9] Haiyan Xu, D. M. Kilgour, and K. W. Hipel. An Integrated Algebraic Approach to Conflict Resolution with Three-level Preference, Applied Mathematics and Computation 216, 693-707, 2010. (SCI)

[10] Haiyan Xu, K. W. Hipel, and D. M. Kilgour, Multiple Levels of Preference in Interactive Strategic Decisions, Discrete Applied Mathematics 157, 3300-3313, 2009. (SCI)

[11] Haiyan Xu, Kevin W. Li, D. M. Kilgour, and K. W. Hipel, A Matrix-based Approach to Searching Colored Paths in a Weighted Colored Multidigraph, Applied Mathematics and Computation 215, 353-366, 2009. (SCI)

[12] Haiyan Xu, K. W. Hipel, and D. M. Kilgour, Matrix Representation of Solution Concepts in Multiple Decision Maker Graph Models, IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics-Part A: Systems and Humans, 39 (1), 96-108, 2009. (SCI)

[13] Haiyan Xu, Kevin W. Li, K. W. Hipel, and D. M. Kilgour, A Matrix Approach to Status Quo Analysis in the Graph Model for Conflict Resolution, Applied Mathematics and Computation  212 (2), 470-480, 2009. (SCI)

[14] Haiyan Xu, D. M. Kilgour, and K. W. Hipel, An Algebraic Approach to Calculating Stabilities in the Graph Model with Strength of Preference, Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, Cybernetics, to be held at Hyatt Regency Riverwalk, San Antonio, Texas, USA, October 11-14, 1539-1544, 2009. (EI)

 [15] Haiyan Xu, D. M. Kilgour, and K. W. Hipel, Matrix Representation of Solution Concepts in Graph Models for Two Decision-makers with Preference Uncertainty, Dynamics of Continuous, Discrete and Impulsive Systems, A Supplement, 14 (S1), 703-707, 2007.

 

Courses taught at NUAA:

Supply chain management

Operations research

Forecasting and decision making in management science

Mathematical methods of modern management

Project management

System engineering

 

Welcome candidate of Master degree students of management science (Game theory, Conflict analysis, Portfolio optimization, Risk management

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