Marcos Goycoolea

(Marcos and his research assistant, Dominga)

Operations Research and Management Sciences Group
School of Business, Universidad Adolfo Ibañez
Diagonal Las Torres 2640, oficina 534 C.
Peñalolén, Santiago, Chile. 7941169.

marcos.goycoolea at uai dot cl
Phone number: +56 2 331-1274


I am currently a professor at the School of Business of Universidad Adolfo Ibañez (UAI). I hold a PhD in Industrial Engineering from the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) of Georgia Tech. I have an undergraduate degree in Mathematical Engineering which I obtained from the School of Engineering of Universidad de Chile. I teach courses related to Operations Management and conduct research, both theoretical and applied, on Mathematical Programming and Operations Research. Some of my research interests include: scheduling operations for forestry and mining, the traveling salesman problem, and mixed integer programming methodologies.

I also lead Alicanto Labs, a spin-off and partnership with Universidad Adolfo Ibañez, that transfers adademic research on strategic mine planning. What we do at Alicanto Labs consists of writing optimization software for mine planning, and working with mining companies to solve their strategic planning needs. We also do a lot of R+D on Open Pit Mining, Underground Mine Planning and Stochastic Mine Planning. We do not have a website yet, but you can see an example of what we develop with Deswik in this link. Alicanto Labs has an amazing team of researchers (academics, post-docs, students), computer scientists, mining engineers and developers, including Pablo Abalos, Italo Cipriano, Antonio Lizama, Nicolas Loira, Macarena Montané, Eduardo Moreno, Alvaro Palma, Orlando Rivera and Pablo Yañez. We are based in the University. Any questions feel free to write.



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