Violet (Xinying) Chen received her PhD in Operations Research from the Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University and a BS in Applied Mathematics and Business Administration from Georgia Institute of Technology. Her research interests center around fairness and ethics in the application of optimization and artificial intelligence to support decisions. Her works explore fairness perspectives from mathematical modeling, machine learning, welfare economics and moral philosophy, and aim to contribute insights about eliciting, formulating and achieving fairness. She has been published in the European Journal of Operational Research.
- PhD (2022) Carnegie Mellon University (Operations Research)
- BS (2017) Georgia Institute of Technology (Applied Mathematics; Business Administration)
- INFORMS Education Strategy Committee