Laura Sanità

Associate Professor

Combinatorics & Optimization Department
University of Waterloo
200 University Ave. W
Waterloo, Ontario
Canada, N2L 3G1
Room: MC 5034

Phone: (519) 888-4567 x 31395
Email: laura.sanita [at] uwaterloo [dot] ca

Research Interests:
Network Design, Approximation Algorithms, Combinatorial Optimization, Operations Research


Short Bio

July 2003: Bachelor's degree in Management Engineering, from "Università di Roma Tor Vergata", Italy.
October 2005: Master's degree in Management Engineering, from "Università di Roma Tor Vergata", Italy.
November 2005 — January 2009: Ph.D. student in Operations Research, "Università Sapienza di Roma", Italy.
May 2007 — July 2007: Adonet position at "Institut für Informatik, Universität zu Köln", Cologne, Germany.
January 2009: Doctoral degree in Operations Research, from "Università Sapienza di Roma", Rome, Italy.
February 2009 — August 2011: PostDoc at Discrete Optimization Group, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland.
September 2011 — December 2011: World Trip (here is my route!)
January 2012 — June 2017: Assistant Professor at C&O, University of Waterloo, Canada.
...since July 2017: Associate Professor at C&O, University of Waterloo, Canada.

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Publications

Note: Colours distinguish Journals, Conference Proceedings, or Others. Authors are listed in alphabetical order.


Teaching (UWaterloo)

Winter 2017
CO 370: "Deterministic OR Models".
CO 750: "Approximation Algorithms".

Winter 2015
CO 370: "Deterministic OR Models".
CO 250: "Introduction to Optimization".

Fall 2014
CO 370: "Deterministic OR Models".

Winter 2014
CO 754: "Approximation Algorithms".

Fall 2013
CO 450 - CO 650: "Combinatorial Optimization".

Spring 2013
CO 250: "Introduction to Optimization".

Fall 2012
CO 450 - CO 650: "Combinatorial Optimization".

Spring 2012
CO 250: "Introduction to Optimization".


Current Students

Grad students
Postdoc (with J. Koenemann and C. Swamy)
Undergraduate Research Assistants (URA)

Past Students

Master's students
Undergraduate Research Assistants (URA)
Visiting students
Postdocs (with J. Koenemann and C. Swamy)