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Jagdish Ramakrishnan

Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, Rm 4242
University of Wisconsin
Madison, WI 53715 USA

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Brief Biography

Welcome! I am a postdoctoral scholar (research associate) in the optimization theme at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery (WID), University of Wisconsin-Madison, working with Prof. Michael C. Ferris. My primary research area is operations research. Broadly, my interest is in the development and application of mathematical models and optimization methods, particularly for problems that have a dynamic and stochastic nature. I am interested in applications in medical decision making (e.g., radiation therapy cancer treatment), agricultural management, and energy management (e.g., stochastic unit commitment).

I received my Ph.D. degree (June 2013) at MIT in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), and was affiliated with the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS). I worked on optimizing the delivery of radiation therapy cancer treatment dynamically over time. My advisors were Prof. John N. Tsitsiklis, Prof. Thomas Bortfeld, and Prof. David Craft. I previously received my Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) from Georgia Tech.


Submitted Papers

  1. T. Bortfeld, J. Ramakrishnan, J. N. Tsitsiklis, and J. Unkelbach, "Optimization of radiation therapy fractionation schedules in the presence of tumor repopulation", submitted.

  2. K. Leder and J. Ramakrishnan, "Minimizing Metastatic Risk in Radiotherapy Fractionation Schedules", submitted.

  3. J. Unkelbach, D. Craft, T. Hong, D. Papp, J. Ramakrishnan, E. Salari, J. Wolfgang, and T. Bortfeld, "Exploiting tumor shrinkage through temporal optimization of radiotherapy", submitted.


Journal Articles

  1. J. Unkelbach, D. Craft, E. Salari, J. Ramakrishnan, and T. Bortfeld, "The dependence of optimal fractionation schemes on the spatial dose distribution", Physics in Medicine and Biology, Vol. 58, 2013, pp. 159-167.
    News article featured on medicalphysicsweb (link)

  2. J. Ramakrishnan, D. Craft, T. Bortfeld, and J. N. Tsitsiklis, "A dynamic programming approach to adaptive fractionation", Physics in Medicine and Biology, Vol. 57, 2012, pp. 1203-1216.


Ph.D. Thesis


Talks


List of Co-Authors

Thomas Bortfeld (MGH), David Craft (MGH), Ted Hong, MD (MGH), Kevin Leder (UMN), Dávid Papp (MGH), Ehsan Salari (WSU), John N. Tsitsiklis (MIT), Jan Unkelbach (MGH), John Wolfgang (MGH)


Teaching Experience




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