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Adolfo R. Escobedo is an educator and researcher in the field of industrial engineering and operations research. His research interests are in the theory and application of mathematical programming and computing, specifically in the design and analysis of algorithms for power systems operations and planning, circular economy, computational social choice, and computational linear algebra.
Escobedo joined the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence at Arizona State University as an assistant professor in 2016. He received a doctorate in industrial and systems engineering from Texas A&M University in 2016 and a bachelor's in mathematics from California State University Los Angeles in 2009. In conjunction with Erick Moreno-Centeno, Christopher Lourenco, and Timothy A.Davis, he received the 2021 INFORMS Computing Society (ICS) Prize for his work on roundoff-error-free matrix factorization. In conjunction with Erick Moreno-Centeno, he also received an Honorable Mention in the 2015 INFORMS Junior Faculty Interest Group paper competition as a student at Texas A&M.