Illya V. Hicks
New Orleans 2001
place: born and raised in Waco, Texas
area of degree:thesis: Branch Decompositions and their Applications
B.S. Mathematics 1995 Southwest Texas State University San Marcos
Computational and Applied Mathematics Departmment, Rice University (2000)
Assistant Professor in the Industrial Engineering Department of Texas A&M University
personal or universal URL: http://ie.tamu.edu/People/faculty/hicks/default.htm
Research interests are in combinatorial optimization, operations research, graph theory, and integer programming.
He received his undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Southwest Texas State University where he was a member of the varsity football team. While in graduate school at Rice University, Illya received an AT&T Labs fellowship, which was formerly a part of the Bell Labs Cooperative Research Fellowship Program for minorities.
at Cornell 2000
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