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consultant , finance educator

Robert Freund, American finance educator, consultant. Recipient Longuet-Higgins prize, 2007, New Research Funding award, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School Management, 1996, New research Fund award, American Telephone & Telegraph Company, 1988; Travel Grant, National Science Foundation, 1997.

Background

Freund, Robert Michael was born on November 3, 1953 in New York City. Son of Richard Louis and Esta (Neiman) Freund.

Education

Bachelor in Mathematics, Princeton University, New Jersey, 1975. Master of Science in Operations Research, Stanford University, California, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy with Distinction, Operations Research, Stanford University, California, 1980.

Career

Assistant professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School Management, Cambridge, 1983—1987, associate professor, 1987—1994, professor, since 1994, director, operations research center, 1997—1998, co-director, computation design and optimization, 2004—2008, deputy dean faculty affairs, since 2008. Consultant Tactician Corporation, 2007—2007, Smartleaf, Inc., 2006—2007, NeoSaej, Inc, 2007—2007.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Associate editor Management Science Journal, since 1985. Co-editor Mathematical Programming Journal.

Membership

Member Institute Operations Research and Management Science, Mathematics Programming Society, Society Industrial and Applied Mathematics, American Mathematics Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: bicycling.

Connections

father:
Richard Louis Freund

mother:
Esta (Neiman) Freund