María Teresa Ortuño Sánchez
Doctor in Operational Research (1995) and Graduate in Mathematics for the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), I am currently an Associate Professor in the Statistics and Operational Research Department (Mathematical Science School), UCM.
I am part of the research group HUMLOG (Decision Aid Models in Logistics and Disaster Management-HUManitarian LOGistics) at the Complutense University. I have been involved in research projects all along my career, including general knowledge and transfer of knowledge projects. I am interested in Cooperation, and have been part of several university cooperation for development projects that have taken me to Nicaragua and El Salvador. I have also been part of different European programs, including research stays at University of Glasgow, Imperial College, London, U.K., or Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia.
Author of more than 50 research papers, I have worked in the following fields: Reliability and Simulation Systems, Integer and Stochastic Programming, Production Planning, Combinatorial Optimization and Logistics. My current scientific work focuses on Humanitarian Logistics and Green Technologies.
- J. León, F. J. Martín-Campo, M. T. Ortuño, B. Vitoriano, L. M. Carrasco, L. Narvarte. A methodology for designing electrification programs for remote areas. Central European Journal of Operations Research, doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10100-019-00649-6