His research focuses on bridging operations research with statistical learning and microeconomics.
Decision-making in multiagent systems is a fundamental and complex problem that arises in various applications in new mobility ecosystem (e.g., matching, incentives), and supply chain management (sourcing, pricing). Leveraging and integrating the state-of-the-art knowledge in reinforcement learning, mechanism design, and optimization can push the boundaries of each field and solve the unsolved problems in real-world applications.
He worked in Argonne National Laboratory before pursuing his Ph.D. degree. His recent graduate studies are supported by National Science Foundation, the Michigan Institute for Data Science, Mcity (U-M connected & automated vehicle research center), and Ford alliance research.
I am honored to be advised by:
Dr. Romesh Saigal. Professor, Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan.
Dr. Robert C. Hampshire. Associate Professor, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, the Michigan Institute for Data Science, and Transportation Research Institute’s (UMTRI), University of Michigan.
Qi Luo will be on the academic job market in 2020.