I have been working with Professor Timothy Hallett on the project of modelling Malawi healthcare system capability since I have joined Imperial College.
I have obtained my PhD degree in Business and Management in Warwick Business School at the University of Warwick. My doctoral research topics are project scheduling and critical chain project management using mathematical modelling, optimisation, statistics and simulation techniques.
I have developed skills in mathematical modelling, optimisation, simulation, statistical and regression analysis, and programming tools including Python, Matlab and Stata. I am very much interested in using quantitative methods including modelling and data analysis to solve problems in practice.
She, B., Chen, B. and Hall, N.G. (2021). Buffer Sizing in Critical Chain Project Management by Network Decomposition. Omega: The International Journal of Management Science, 102: 102382. DOI
Wang, L., She, B., Liu, J. and Cui, J. (2015). A Linear Mixed Integer Programming Model for N-vehicle Exploration Problem. Journal of the Operations Research Society of China, 3(4): 489-498. DOI