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Tuomas Lahtinen

Tuomas Lahtinen

Doctoral student
Master of Science (Tech.)



Interested in 

Behavioural Operations Research, Practice of modelling, Decision analysis, Portfolio decision analysis, Environmental decision making, Behavioural experiments, Path dependence

Papers and manuscripts 

Lahtinen, Hämäläinen (2016). Path dependence and biases in the even swaps decision analysis method. European Journal of Operational Research.

Hämäläinen, Lahtinen (2016). Path Dependence in Operational Research - How the Modeling Process Can Influence the Results. Operations Research Perspectives.

Lahtinen, Guillaume, Hämäläinen (2017). Why pay attention to paths in the practice of environmental modelling? Environmental Modelling & Software.

Lahtinen, Hämäläinen, Liesiö (2016). Supporting Environmental Decision Making with Portfolio Decision Analysis. Submitted manuscript.

Selected conference presentations and posters

Path Dependence in Operational Research - How the Modeling Process Can Influence the Results (28th European Conference on Operational Research, 2016)

Supporting Environmental Decision Making with Portfolio Decision Analysis (23rd International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making MCDM 2015, this talk was given by Raimo P. Hämäläinen)

Biases and Path Dependency in the Even Swaps Method (Raimo gave this talk at the 22nd International Conference on Multiple Criteria Decision Making 2013, I gave a slightly updated version at Advances in Decision Analysis, Washington DC, 2014)

Poster: Path dependence in systems analysis - The outcome of a problem solving process depends on the path followed (Systems Analysis 2015, IIASA)

Selected lectures

Reflections on the design and analysis of Behavioral Operational Research experiments (Behavioural OR Summer School, Helsinki 2016).

Teaching 

Sovelletun matematiikan tietokonetyöt (Eng. Computational Assignments in Applied Mathematics)

Other academic activities

Non-academic activities

Blog

Ajatuksia jatko-opinnoista

My doctoral thesis supervisor is Professor Raimo P. Hämäläinen