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Weibin Dai (戴伟斌)
PhD student


About me

I am a PhD student at Beihang University since September 2015. Before that, I have received my bachelor degree in Mathematics from Beihang University in July 2015. In my current research, I am mostly interested in intractable transportation problems, such as hub location problems and multi-commodity flow problems. My research is published in venues such as CICTP2016, CCC2016 and Chinese journal of aeronautics.

Publications

    2018

  1. Weibin Dai, Jun Zhang, Xiaoqian Sun and Sebastian Wandelt. HUBBI: Iterative network design for incomplete hub location problems.
    COMPUT OPER RES, accepted, 2018, IF=2.962 (SCI Q1), DOI, BIB
  2. 2017

  3. Weibin Dai, Jun Zhang and Xiaoqian Sun. On solving multi-commodity flow problems: An experimental evaluation.
    CHINESE J AERONAUT 30(4), 1481-1492, 2017, IF=1.614 (SCI Q1), DOI, BIB, PREPRINT
  4. Xiaoqian Sun, Weibin Dai, Yu Zhang and Sebastian Wandelt. Finding p-Hub Median Locations: An Empirical Study on Problems and Solution Techniques.
    J ADV TRANSPORT, Article ID 9387302, 2017, IF=1.102 (SCI Q3), DOI, BIB, PREPRINT
  5. Weibin Dai, Jun Zhang, Xiaoqian Sun and Sebastian Wandelt. General contraction method for uncapacitated single allocation p-hub median problems.
    2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), 2017, EI, DOI, BIB, PREPRINT
  6. Yifan Xu, Weibin Dai, Xiaoqian Sun and Sebastian Wandelt. Improved benders decomposition for capacitated hub location problem with incomplete hub networks.
    2017 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI), 2017, EI, DOI, BIB, PREPRINT
  7. 2016

  8. Weibin Dai, Xiaoqian Sun and Sebastian Wandelt. Finding feasible solutions for multi-commodity flow problems.
    35th Chinese Control Conference (CCC), 2016, EI, DOI, BIB, PREPRINT
  9. Weibin Dai, Jun Zhang, Xiaoqian Sun and Sebastian Wandelt . Node Dependency in Multi-Commodity Flow Problem with Applications to Transportation Networks.
    Proceedings of 16th COTA International Conference of Transportation Professionals, 2016, EI, DOI, BIB, PREPRINT