Leo Liberti obtained his Ph.D. in Global Optimization at Imperial College London, held postdoctoral fellowships at Politecnico di Milano and Ecole Polytechnique in France, where he became professor and vice-president of his department. After two years as a Research Staff Member at IBM Research in New York, he was recruited by CNRS as a Research Director and by Ecole Polytechnique as a part-time professor. His main research interests are mathematical programming with applications to industrial problems, optimization algorithms, and distance geometry. He was recently awarded the IFORS Distinguished Lectureship.

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