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Michael Patriksson

Professor

Michael Patriksson
Professor
michael.patriksson@gu.se
+46 31-772 3529

Visiting Address: Chalmers tvärgata 3 , 41296 Göteborg


Applied Mathematics and Statistics at Department of Mathematical Sciences (More Information)
412 96 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Chalmers Tvärgata 3 , 412 96 Göteborg

About Michael Patriksson

Michael Patriksson, professor of applied mathematics, leads the mathematical optimization group. His research spans models and algorithms for nonlinear optimization problems and variational inequalities, convex non-differentiable optimization, combinatorial optimization, and stochastic mathematical programs with equilibrium constraints, all motivated by applications. Applied projects include maintenance and project scheduling, multi-objective combinatorial design, and traffic planning. When Michael is not working, he takes care of his family and his large collection of rare vinyl records.

See also http://www.chalmers.se/en/Staff/Pages/michael-patriksson.aspx

Latest publications

Optimization for Roads' Construction: Selection, Prioritization, and Scheduling
Saeed Asadi Bagloee, Majid Sarvi, Michael Patriksson, Mohsen Asadi
Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, Journal article 2018
Journal article

A hybrid machine-learning and optimization method to solve bi-level problems
Saeed Asadi Bagloee, Mohsen Asadi, Majid Sarvi, Michael Patriksson
Expert Systems with Applications, Journal article 2018
Journal article

A Mixed User-Equilibrium and System-Optimal Traffic Flow for Connected Vehicles Stated as a Complementarity Problem
S. A. Bagloee, M. Sarvi, Michael Patriksson, A. Rajabifard
Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, Journal article 2017
Journal article

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1998

Price-directive traffic management - Applications of side constrained traffic equilibrium models
Michael Patriksson, Torbjörn Larsson
Transportation Networks: Recent Methodological Advances, Conference paper 1998
Conference paper

1997

A subgradient method for contact structural optimization
Michael Patriksson, Joakim Petersson
Complementarity and Variational Problems - State of the Art, Conference paper 1997
Conference paper

Traffic management through link tolls - An approach utilizing side constrained traffic equilibrium models
Michael Patriksson, Torbjörn Larsson
Rendiconti del Circolo Matematico di Palermo, Serie II, Journal article 1997
Journal article

Topology optimization of sheets in contact by a subgradient method
Michael Patriksson, Joakim Petersson
International Journal of Numerical Methods in Engineering, Journal article 1997
Journal article

A dual scheme for traffic assignment problems
Michael Patriksson, Torbjörn Larsson, Z.-W. Liu
Optimization, Journal article 1997
Journal article

Applications of simplicial decomposition with nonlinear column generation to nonlinear network flows
Michael Patriksson, Clas Rydergren, Torbjörn Larsson
Network Optimization, Conference paper 1997
Conference paper

1996

Ergodic results in subgradient optimization
Torbjörn Larsson, Michael Patriksson, Ann-Brith Strömberg
Nonlinear Optimization and Applications, Conference paper 1996
Conference paper

Ergodic results and bounds on the optimal value in subgradient optimization
Torbjörn Larsson, Michael Patriksson, Ann-Brith Strömberg
Operations Research Proceedings 1995, Conference paper 1996
Conference paper

Conditional subgradient optimization - theory and applications
Michael Patriksson, Ann-Brith Strömberg, Torbjörn Larsson
European Journal of Operational Research, Journal article 1996
Journal article

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