Konstantin Pavlikov


Konstantin Pavlikov is an Assistant Professor at the Strategic Organization Design unit of the Department of Business and Management. He develops optimization algorithms for more efficient decision-making using Linear Programming and Mixed-Integer Programming. Another general line of his research deals with decision-making under uncertainty, with a special emphasis on risk averse decision-making and chance-constrained programming.
Konstantin Pavlikov graduated from the University of Florida, USA with a PhD in Operations Research in 2014. Prior to that, he obtained a Diploma degree in Mathematics with specialization in Economics and Statistics from Moscow State University in Moscow, Russia in 2007.
For more information see Konstantin's PURE profile.


University of Southern Denmark
Department of Marketing and Management
Campusvej 55
5230 Odense M
Phone: (+45) 65502882

Selected publications:

Pavlikov, K., Veremyev, A., Boginski, V., & Pasiliao, E. L. (2021). Risk Averse Maximum Expected Covering Location Problem.
Andersen, A. C., Pavlikov, K., & Toffolo, T. A. (2019). Weapon-Target Assignment Problem: Exact and Approximate Solution Algorithms. https://www.researchgate. net/publication/350194617
Pavlikov, K. (2018). Improved Formulations for Minimum Connectivity Network Interdiction Problems. Computers & Operations Research, 97, 48–57. 

Pavlikov, K., Veremyev, A., Pasiliao, E. L. (2018). Optimization of Value-at-Risk: Computational Aspects of MIP Formulations. Journal of the Operational Research Society, 69(5), 676–690.
Ergashev, B., Pavlikov, K., Uryasev, S., Sekeris, E. (2016). Estimation of Truncated Data Samples in Operational Risk Modeling. Journal of Risk and Insurance, 83(3), 613–640. 


Go To Top

This website uses cookies

For further details about these and how to handle your settings, see our Cookie Policy.

I accept cookies