2017 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2011 - Fellow of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
2010 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For professional leadership, and for contributions to optimization and transportation models, algorithms, and applications.
Operations research, Mathematical optimization, Column generation, Integer programming and Fleet management are her primary areas of study. She performs integrative study on Operations research and Schedule. Her work on Mathematical optimization deals in particular with Linear programming and Linear programming relaxation.
Her Linear programming relaxation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Network planning and design, Branch and price, Service and Flow network. Her study in Column generation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Scheduling, Combinatorial optimization and Branch and bound. Her Fleet management research focuses on subjects like Assignment problem, which are linked to Aircraft routing and Profit.
Cynthia Barnhart mainly investigates Operations research, Mathematical optimization, Schedule, Integer programming and Transport engineering. Her Operations research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Network planning and design, Scheduling, Operations management, Profitability index and Crew. Her studies deal with areas such as Service, Service and Flow network as well as Network planning and design.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Airport congestion, Dynamic priority scheduling and Fleet management in addition to Profitability index. Her research in Mathematical optimization tackles topics such as Scheduling which are related to areas like Combinatorial optimization. Her study ties her expertise on Branch and price together with the subject of Linear programming relaxation.
Her primary scientific interests are in Operations research, Schedule, Mathematical optimization, Transport engineering and Relocation. Her Operations research research includes elements of Air transportation system, Process and Ground delay program. Her work in the fields of Stochastic optimization, Scheduling and Heuristic overlaps with other areas such as Sequence and Container.
Cynthia Barnhart has included themes like Service design, Profitability index and Service in her Transport engineering study. Her work carried out in the field of Profitability index brings together such families of science as Profit and Fleet management. While working in this field, Cynthia Barnhart studies both Relocation and Integer programming.
Her primary scientific interests are in Operations research, Transport engineering, Profitability index, Relocation and Scheduling. Her Operations research study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Air transportation system, Process, Operations management, Flight plan and Environmental economics. In the field of Transport engineering, her study on Fleet management overlaps with subjects such as Key.
Her study in Profitability index is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Scheduling and Profit. Her research in Scheduling intersects with topics in Flight schedule and Real-time computing. To a larger extent, Cynthia Barnhart studies Mathematical optimization with the aim of understanding Column generation.
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Branch-And-Price: Column Generation for Solving Huge Integer Programs
Cynthia Barnhart;Ellis L. Johnson;George L. Nemhauser;Martin W. P. Savelsbergh.
Operations Research (1998)
Consumption Self-Control by Rationing Purchase Quantities of Virtue and Vice
Harry N. Newton;Cynthia Barnhart;Pamela H. Vance;Klaus Wertenbroch.
The global airline industry
Peter Belobaba;Amedeo R. Odoni;Cynthia Barnhart.
The fleet assignment problem: Solving a large-scale integer program
Christopher A. Hane;Cynthia Barnhart;Ellis L. Johnson;Roy E. Marsten.
Mathematical Programming (1995)
Flight String Models for Aircraft Fleeting and Routing
Cynthia Barnhart;Natashia L. Boland;Lloyd W. Clarke;Ellis L. Johnson.
Transportation Science (1998)
Applications of Operations Research in the Air Transport Industry
Cynthia Barnhart;Peter Belobaba;Amedeo R. Odoni.
Using Branch-and-Price-and-Cut to Solve Origin-Destination Integer Multicommodity Flow Problems
Cynthia Barnhart;Christopher A. Hane;Pamela H. Vance.
Planning for Robust Airline Operations: Optimizing Aircraft Routings and Flight Departure Times to Minimize Passenger Disruptions
Shan Lan;John-Paul Clarke;Cynthia Barnhart.
Airline Schedule Planning: Integrated Models and Algorithms for Schedule Design and Fleet Assignment
Manoj Lohatepanont;Cynthia Barnhart.
Airline Crew Scheduling
Cynthia Barnhart;Amy M. Cohn;Ellis L. Johnson;Diego Klabjan.
Operations Research (2003)
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