Laura Sanità

Associate Professor

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


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


News:
I am currenlty on leave from UWaterloo, and moved to TU Eindhoven (Netherlands). You can find me here!


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.
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. (Currenlty on leave)
...since February 2020: Associate Professor at TU Eindhoven, Netherlands.

Activities


Publications

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


Teaching (UWaterloo)

Fall 2018
CO 450: "Combinatorial Optimization".

Winter 2018
CO 250: "Introduction to Optimization".
CO 750: "Approximation Algorithms".

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

Past Students

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