Holding a PhD in Applied Mathematics from Polytechnique Montreal, Nadia Lahrichi is a professor in the department of mathematics and industrial engineering since 2011. Her area of interest are mainly focused towards applying modelling and operational research tools in healthcare. Patient flow (scheduling, sequencing, …) and resource optimization (space requirements, nurse scheduling, …) problems are especially targeted.
Nadia Lahrichi, Sophie D. Lapierre, Alain Hertz, A Talib et Lorraine Bouvier (2006).”Analysis of a territorial approach to the delivery of nursing home care services based on historical data”, Journal of Medical Systems, 30(4), 283–291, 2006
Articles published or accepted in refereed journals
Mahnam M, Gendreau M, Lahrichi N, Rousseau L-M, (2017) “Simultaneous delivery time and aperture shape optimization for the volumetric-modulated arc therapy (VMAT) treatment planning problem”, Accepted in Physics in Medicine and Biology Journal.
T.G. Crainic, G.C. Crisan, M. Gendreau, N. Lahrichi, W. Rei et T. Vidal. “A concurrent evolutionary approach for rich combinatorial problems”, GECCO 2009 Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference, Montréal, Canada, Juillet 2009