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Antoine Legrain
B. Eng, M.Sc.A., Ph.D

Research interests and affiliations


Recent publications
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Legrain, A. & Patrick, J. (2021). Inventory Management Using a Weekly Review (s, S) Policy at the Bank of Canada. INFORMS Journal on Applied Analytics, 17 pages. Retrieved from
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Legrain, A., Omer, J. & Rosat, S. (2020). An online stochastic algorithm for a dynamic nurse scheduling problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 285(1), 196-210. Retrieved from
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Hasan, M.H., van Hentenryck, P. & Legrain, A. (2020). The commute trip-sharing problem. Transportation Science, 54(6), 1640-1675. Retrieved from
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Legrain, A., Omer, J. & Rosat, S. (2019). A rotation-based branch-and-price approach for the nurse scheduling problem. Mathematical Programming Computation, 12(3), 417-450. Retrieved from


Antoine Legrain received a Bachelor of Engineering from France and a Ph.D. in mathematics from Polytechnique Montreal in 2015. Now, he’s a adjoint professor at Polytechnique Montreal in the Department of Mathematics and Industrial Engineering since 2019. His research focuses on real-time operations management (online and stochastic optimization applied to dynamic problems) to improve access to healthcare systems and manage on-demand and multimodal transportation services.


  • Calcul II

News about Antoine Legrain

NEWS | June 29, 2022
The Fonds de recherche du Québec award nearly $565,000 in research grants to seven Polytechnique Montréal professors | Read
NEWS | June 22, 2021
Discovery grants: Polytechnique Montréal obtains nearly $3,9 million for research programs | Read