Michael Patriksson

Professor, Mathematical Sciences

Michael Patriksson, professor of applied mathematics, leads the mathematical optimization group. His research spans models and algorithms for nonlinear optimization problems and variational inequalities, convex non-differentiable optimization, combinatorial optimization, and stochastic mathematical programs with equilibrium constraints, all motivated by applications. Applied projects include maintenance and project scheduling, multi-objective combinatorial design, and traffic planning. When Michael is not working, he takes care of his family and his large collection of rare vinyl records.
​TMA947 Nonlinear Optimization

TMA521 Optimization, project course

MVE065 Topics in engineering mathematics

MMG630 Applied optimization
Department of Electrical Enginering, Chalmers: Maintenance of wind power systems

CHARMEC, Department of Applied Mechanics, Chalmers: Maintenance of rails and wheels

Department of Signals & Systems, Chalmers: Optimization in signals and systems

The Business School, University of Gothenburg: Freight transport

Department of Mathematics, University of Linköping: optimization

University of Leeds, UK: traffic control and analysis

Ben-Gurion University, Israel: traffic control

Volvo Aero Corporation, Trollhättan: Production planning & Maintenance of jet engine components

SOAF (Svenska OperationsAnalysFöreningen, Swedish Association for Operations Research): vice president; interest group in maintenance optimization ​

Chalmers Areas of Advance: Energy and Transport

Published: Fri 26 Jan 2018.