Ming-Hua Lin

Name:Ming-Hua Lin

Title:Professor

Degree:

       1. Ph.D. in Information Management, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.

       2. M.A. in Information Management, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.

       3. B.A. in Information Management, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.

Experiences:

       1. Professor, Department of Urban Industrial Management and Marketing, University of Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan.

       2. Professor, Department of Information Technology and Management, Shih-Chien University, Taipei, Taiwan.

       3. Visiting Scholar, Stanford University.


Expertise:Management Science, Information Management, Optimization Theory and Application.

Office phone number:+886-22871-8288 ext.8111

E-mail: mhlin@utaipei.edu.tw

Publications:

Lin, Ming-Hua, Jung-Fa Tsai, and Shu-Chuan Chang (2017). A superior linearization method for signomial discrete functions in solving three dimensional open-dimension rectangular packing problems, Engineering Optimization, 49, 746-761.

Tsai*, Jung-Fa, Pei-Chun Wang, and Ming-Hua Lin (2015). A global optimization approach for solving three-dimensional open dimension rectangular packing problems, Optimization, 64, 12, 2601-2618.

Lin, Ming-Hua and Jung-Fa Tsai* (2014). A deterministic global approach for mixed-discrete structural optimization, Engineering Optimization, 46, 7, 863-879.

Tsai, Jung-Fa and Ming-Hua Lin* (2013). An improved framework for solving NLIPs with signomial terms in the objective or constraints to global optimality, Computers and Chemical Engineering, 53, 44-54.

Tsai*, Jung-Fa, Pei-Chun Wang, and Ming-Hua Lin (2013). An efficient deterministic optimization approach for rectangular packing problems, Optimization, 62, 7, 989-1002.

Lin, Ming-Hua, Jung-Fa Tsai*, and Lu-Yao Lee (2013). Ant colony optimization for social utility maximization in a multiuser communication system, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Article ID 798631, 8 pages. Doi:10.1155/2013/798631.

Lin, Ming-Hua, Jung-Fa Tsai*, Nian-Ze Hu, and Shu-Chuan Chang (2013). Design optimization of a speed reducer using deterministic techniques, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Article ID 419043, 7 pages. Doi:10.1155/2013/419043.

Lin, Ming-Hua, John Gunnar Carlsson, Dongdong Ge, Jianming Shi, and Jung-Fa Tsai* (2013). A Review of Piecewise Linearization Methods, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Article ID 101376, 8 pages. Doi: 10.1155/2013/101376.

Lin, Ming-Hua and Jung-Fa Tsai* (2012). Range reduction techniques for improving computational efficiency in global optimization of signomial geometric programming problems, European Journal of Operational Research, 216, 1, 17-25.

Lin, Ming-Hua, Jung-Fa Tsai*, and Chian-Son Yu (2012). A review of deterministic optimization methods in engineering and management, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Article ID 756023, 15 pages. Doi:10.1155/2012/756023.

Tsai*, Jung-Fa, Pei-Chun Wang, and Ming-Hua Lin (2012). Optimal expansion of competence sets with multilevel skills, Computers & Industrial Engineering, 62, 3, 770-776

Lin*, Ming-Hua and Hao-Jan Hsu (2012). Optimal incentive pricing on relaying services for maximizing connection availability in multi-hop cellular networks, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Article ID 324245, 17 pages. Doi:10.1155/2012/324245.

Lin, Ming-Hua, Jung-Fa Tsai*, and Pei-Chun Wang (2010). Solving engineering optimization problems by a deterministic global optimization approach, Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences, 6, 3S, 1101-1107.

Research Projects:

1. MOST Grant (MOST 106-2410-H-158-004), 2017/08/01 ~ 2018/07/31.

2. MOST Grant (MOST 104-2410-H-158-015), 2015/08/01 ~ 2016/10/31.

3. MOST Grant (MOST 103-2410-H-158-011), 2014/08/01 ~ 2015/10/31.

4. MOST Grant (MOST 101-2410-H-158-002-MY2), 2012/08/01 ~ 2014/10/31.

5. NSC Grant (NSC 99-2410-H-158 -010 -MY2), 2010/08/01~2012/07/31.

6. NSC Grant (NSC 96-2416-H-158 -003 -MY3), 2007/08/01~2010/10/31.

7. NSC Grant (NSC 95-2416-H-158 -006), 2006/08/01~2007/07/31.

8. NSC Grant (NSC 94-2416-H-158 -003), 2005/08/01~2006/07/31.

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