NAME                                           : Felix Andre Weintraub Pohorille

DATE AND PLACE OF BIRTH : December 11, 1942, Santiago-Chile


Electrical Engineer, University of Chile, 1967.

M.A. Statistics, University of California, Berkeley, 1970.

Ph. D. Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, University of California, Berkeley, 1971.





§  Professor, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Chile, 1974-present.  Full Professor from  1985 to 2007. Half time since Jan 2008.

§  Research Lead, Millennium Institute Complex Engineering Systems 2007-2011. (Annual grant US$ 1.2 million)

§  Research Lead, Basales Conicyt Project,  2009-2014 (Annual grant US$ 0.8 million)

§  Research Lead, Millennium Nucleus Complex Engineering Systems 2002-2006. (Annual grant US$ 350,000)

§  Assistant Research Engineer, University of California, Berkeley, 1971-1974 (full time), 1974-1989 (part-time).

§  Lecturer, Department of Industrial Engineer and Operations Research, University of California, Berkeley, Jun-Sept. 1977.

§  Engineer, National Telecommunications Enterprise, Chile, 1967.



§  Chilean Forest Engineers Association’s Contribution to Forest Engineering Recognition 2007.

§  Chilean Engineers Institute’s Distinguished Activities Prize 2004.

§  Awarded Chile’s National Prize in Applied Science, 2000. This is the highest Chilean award that recognizes career achievement, and entails a lifetime endowment.

§  Winner of the 2000 Harold Lander Memorial Prize of the Canadian Operations Research Society, awarded yearly for International Achievement in Operations Research.

§  Winner of the Edelman Prize Competition 1998 (INFORMS, US Society in Operations Research and Management Sciences) with best applied work in Operations Research in an open worldwide competition, with about 40 competitors. Recent winners include IBM, General Motors, Continental Airlines.

§  Member of INFORMS Board (2002-2004). Vice-President for Education and Outreach (2003-2004).

§  Chosen “Best Professor” (Department of Industrial Engineering) by students, six times since process started in 1997 to 2006. 

§  President of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies (IFORS), 1998-2000 (45 countries; about 20.000 members).

§  Member of Chile’s Academy of Sciences (36 lifetime members), since 1994.

§  Member Council of The Institute of Management Sciences (TIMS, later INFORMS), 1994-1995.

§  President of the Latin Ibero-American Association of Operations Research (1986-1988). Co Founder in 1982.

§  Main Researcher in FONDECYT Projects (Chile): 1984-1985, 1986-1988, 1989-1991, 1992-1994, 1994-1996, 1996-1998, 2000-2002, 2002-2004, 2004-2006, 2006-2008, 2008-2010. Top ranked projects in Engineering in 1986 and 2004.

§  Main Researcher FONDEF Projects (Chile): 1992-1996 and 1998-2000.

§  Co-Founder and Chair of the Forestry Group within ORSA/TIMS, 1984-1997 (USA). This group integrates operational researchers and foresters with OR interests and continues intensive activities within INFORMS.

§  Member of the Council for Chilean Environmental Certification for forestry. (Responsible for developing environmental rules for Chilean forest industries. 2003- 2007).

§  Member of Chile’s National Council for Scientific and Technological Research, 1994-1997.

§  Member of Council for manufacturing area, FONDEF University-Industry grants, 1992-94.



§  Member of Advisory Board of Journals: Operational Research (UK) 1993-present.

§  International Journal of Operations and Quantitative Management, 1997-present.

§  International Transactions in Operations Research, 1993-present.

§  Investigación Operativa (journal of the Sociedad Latinoamericana de Investigación Operativa), 1996-present.

§  Journal of the Sociedad Española de Investigación de Operaciones y Estadística 1994-present.

§  Journal of the Sociedad Portuguesa de Investigación de Operaciones, 1986–1990.

§  International Abstracts of Operations Research, 1977-1984.

§  Founder and Editor of the Revista Ingeniería de Sistemas journal, 1975-1982 and 1989 -1993. 

§  Co-Editor of the Revista del Instituto Chileno de Investigación Operacional journal, 1983 - 1986.






§  Member of the Evaluation Council, University of Chile (5 member board to oversee the University), 2007-2011

§  Member of University of Chile’s Evaluation Board. Since 2006.

§  Member of the Academic Senate, University of Chile, 2003-2005.

§  Director of the Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Chile, 1984-1986.


ACADEMIC DISCIPLES (Guided Thesis Research). In parenthesis present position.

§  Rafael Epstein (Dep. of Industrial Engineering, U. of Chile)

§  Susana Mondschein (U. of Yale)

§  Felipe Caro (UCLA)

§  Francisco Barahona (IBM Research Center, New Jersey)

§  Jorge Vera (Catholic University, Chile)

§  Jaime Gonzalez (Dep. of Math Engineering, U. of Chile)

§  Carmen Ortiz (U. Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile)

§  Samuel Varas (U. Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile)

§  Marcos Goycoolea (U. Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile)

§  Daniel Espinoza (Dep. Industrial Engineering, U. Chile)

§  Juan Pablo Vielma ( PhD student, Georgia Tech)

§  Martín Quinteros (PhD student, MIT)

Thesis Work

 Since 1991, approximately 48 engineering thesis and 15 master thesis guided.




§  Chair, Seminar Operations research in mining, Santiago, Chile, 2010

§  Chair, Workshop Operations Research in Mining,  Viña del Mar, Chile, 2008

§  Chair, International Symposium on Systems Analysis and Management Decisions in Forestry, Valdivia, 1993, Punta de Tralca, 2002.

§  Co-organizer, Workshop on Hierarchical Approaches to Forest Planning, Toronto 1992.

§  Program Committee member, Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, Charleston, 1991.

§  Program Committee member, XII IFORS 90, World Conference on Operations Research, Athens, 1990.

§  Chair, Program Committee of the III Latin American Conference in OR, Santiago 1986.

§  Organizer of sessions or cluster of sessions in multiple Conferences since 1981. INFORMS (US), ALIO (Latin America), EURO, IFORS and others.



INFORMS Practice, Palm Springs (2005), IFORS Distinguished Lecture Plenary (Habana 2004), IFORS Tutorial (Hawaii 2005), New Zealand OR Conference Plenary (2004), Systems Analysis in Forestry Symposium Plenary, Charleston 2009.




·  Models in Regional Planning.

·  Models for Integrated Forest and Transportation Planning.

·  Optimization of a Timber Drying Process in Kilns.

·  Generation and Evaluation of Forest Management Alternatives.

·  Linear Programming Models in Forestry with Probabilistic Parameters.

·  Heuristic Algorithm for Solving Large Scale Mixed-Integer LP's in Forest Management and Road Building Planning Problems.

·  Hierarchical Planning Models.

·  Forest Planning with Spatial Constraints.




1.      Rey. P., Muñoz J. A., Weintraub A. “A Column Generation Model for Truck Routing in the Chilean Forest Industry”. To appear in INFOR, special issue on Supply Chain Management in the Forest Industry.


2.      I Gac, F Martínez and A Weintraub, “A deterministic linear optimization model for allocating schools to zones”. Journal of the Operational Research Society 60(7): 895-905, 2009.


3.      Goycoolea M, Murray A, Vielma JP, et al, (2009). Evaluating Approaches for Solving the Area Restriction Model in Harvest Scheduling. Forest Science 55(2): 149-165, 2009.


4.      Basnet C. and Weintraub A., “A genetic algorithm for a bicriteria supplier selection problem”. International Transactions in Operational Research 16: 173-187, 2009.


5.      Weintraub A.  “Integer Programming in Forestry”. Annals of Operations Research 149(1): 209-216, 2007.

6.        Duran G., Guajardo M., Miranda J. Sauré D., Souyris S., Weintraub A., “Scheduling the Chilean Soccer League by Integer Programming”. Interfaces 37(6): 539-552, 2007.  (see also Erratum Interfaces 38(3): 221-221, 2008.)

7.        Palma C., Cui W., Martell D., Robak D., Weintraub A., “Assessing the impact of stand-level harvests on the flammability of forest landscapes”, International Journal of Wildland Fire 16(5): 584-592, 2007.

8.        Vielma J.P., Murray A., Ryan D., and Weintraub A., “Improving computational capabilities for addressing volume constraints in forest harvest scheduling problems”, European Journal of Operational Research 176(2): 1246-1264, 2007.

9.        Díaz Legües A., Jacques A. Ferland, Celso C. Ribeiro, Jorge R. Vera and Andrés Weintraub, “A tabu search approach for solving a difficult forest harvesting machine location problem”. European Journal of Operational Research  179(3): 788-805, 2007.

10.    Epstein R, Weintraub A, Sapunar P, et al. “A combinatorial heuristic approach for solving real-size machinery location and road design problems in forestry planning”. Operations Research 54(6): 1017-1027, 2006.

11.    Weintraub A, Romero C. “Operations research models and the management of agricultural and forestry resources: A review and comparison”. Interfaces 36(5): 446-457, 2006.

12.    Weintraub A. and Murray A., “Review of combinatorial problems induced by spatial forest harvesting planning”. Discrete Applied Mathematics 154(5): 867-879, 2006.

13.    Goycoolea M., Epstein R., Weintraub A., Murray  A., Barahona F., “Harvest Sheduling Subject to Maximum Area Restrictions: Exploring Exact Approaches”, Operations Research 53(3): 490-500, 2005.

14.    Bjorndal T., Lane D., and Weintraub A. “Operational Research Models and the Management of Fisherties and Aquaculture: A Review”. European Journal of Operational Research 156(3): 533-540, 2005.

15.    Caro F., Shirabe T., Guignard M. and Weintraub A., “School redistricting embedding GIS tools with integer programming”. Journal of Operational Research Society 55:.836-849, 2004.

16.    Murray, A.T., Goycoolea M. and Weintraub A. "Incorporating average and maximum area restrictions in harvest scheduling models." Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 34: 456-464, 2004.

17.    Caro F., Andalaft R., Weintraub A., Sapunar P., Cabello and Cabellos M. , “Evaluating the Economic Cost of Environmental Measures in Plantation Harvesting through the Use of Mathematical Models”, Production and Operations Management 12(3): 290-306, 2003.

18.    Andalaft N., Andalaft P., Guignard M., Adrian Magendzo, Alexis Wainer, Andres Weintraub. “A Problem of Forest Harvesting and Road Building Solved  Through Model Strengthening and Lagrangean Relaxation”, Operations Research 51(4): 613-628, 2003.

19.    Caro F., Constantino M., Martins I. and Weintraub, A.,  “A 2 Opt Tabu Search Procedure for the Multi-Period Forest Harvesting Problem with Adjacency, Green-up, Old Growth and Even Flow Constraints”, Forest Science 49(5): 738-751, 2003.

20.    Vera, J., Weintraub, A., Koening, M. Bravo G., Guignard M., Barahona F., 2003. “A Lagrangian Relaxation Approach for a Machinery Location Problem in Forest Harvesting”. Pesquisa Operacional 23(1): 11-128 , 2003.

21.    Murray A. and  Weintraub A. “Scale and Unit Specification Influences in Harvest Scheduling with Maximum Area Restrictions”. Forest Science 48(4): 779-789, 2002.

22.    Weintraub A, Guignard M, Church, R and A Murray “Forest Management Models and combinatorial Algorithms: Analysis of State of the Art”, Annals of Operation Research 96: 41-66, 2000.

23.    Weintraub, A., Epstein, R., Chevalier, P., Gabarró, J. “A System for Short Term Harvesting”, European Journal of Operations Research 119: 427-439, 1999.

24.    Weintraub, A., Aboud J., Fernandez C., Laporte G., Ramirez E., “An Emergency Vehicle Dispatching System for An Electric Utility in Chile”. Journal of the Operational Research Society 50: 690-696, 1999.

25.    Weintraub A., Epstein, R., Murphy G., Manley B. “The Impact of Environmental Constraints on Short Term Harvesting: Use Planning Tools and Mathematical Models”. Annals of Operations Research  96: 271-285, 2000.

26.    Weintraub A., Murray A., Church R., “Operational Forest Planning and Steiner Tree Extension”, Geographical Systems 5: 221-237, 1999.

27.    Epstein, R., Morales, R., Serón, J., Weintraub, A. “Use of OR Systems in the Chilean Forest Industries”, Interfaces 29: 7-29. 1999.

28.    Weintraub A., Aboud J., Fernandez C., Laporte G., Ramirez E., “An Emergency Vehicle Dispatching System for An Electric Utility in Chile”. Journal of the Operational Research Society 50: 690-696, 1999.

29.    Church R., Murray, A., Weintraub, A., “Locational Issues in Forest Management”, Locational Science 6: 137-153, 1998.

30.    Martell, D., Gunn E., Weintraub A., "Forest Management Challenges for Operational Researchers”.  European Journal of Operations Research 104(1): 1-17, 1998.

31.    Equi, L., Gallo, G. Marziale S., Weintraub A., "A Combined Transportation and Scheduling Problem.  European Journal of Operations Research 97(1): 94-104, 1997.

32.    Weintraub A., Saez G., Yadlin M., "Aggregation Procedures in Forest Management Planning Using Cluster Analysis".  Forest Science 43(2): 274-284, 1997.

33.    Weintraub A. and Bare Bruce. "New Issues in Forest Management from an Operations Research Perspectives", Interfaces 26(5): 9-25, 1996.

34.    Weintraub A., Epstein R., Morales R., Serón J. and Traverso P. "A Truck Scheduling System Improves Efficiency in the Forest Industries" Interfaces 26(4): 1-12, 1996.

35.    Weintraub, A., Jones, G., Meacham, M. Magendzo M., Magendzo, A., Malchuk, D. "Heuristic Procedures for Solving Mixed-Integer Harvest Scheduling Transportation Planning Models".   Canadian Journal of Forest Research 25: 1618-1626, 1995.

36.    Weintraub, A., Barahona, F., J.C. Rozas, Muñoz, E. “Solving Multicommodity Flow Problems”, Investigación Operativa 3: 201-213, 1993.

37.    Weintraub, A., Jones, G., Magendzo, A. Meacham, M. Kirby M. "Heuristic System to Solve Mixed Integer Forest Planning Models", Operations Research 42(6): 1010-1024, 1994.

38.    Weintraub, A. and Abramovich, A. "Analysis of Uncertainty of Future Timber Yields in Forest Management”, Forest Science 41(2): 217-234, 1995.

39.    Weintraub, A., Barahona,  F. and Epstein, R. "A Column Generation Algorithm for Solving General Forest Planning Problems with Adjacency Constraints", Forest Science 40: 142-161, 1994.

40.    Barahona F., Weintaub, A. and Epstein R., "Habitat Dispersion in Forest Planning and Stable Set Problem".  Operations Research 40(1): S14-S21, 1992.

41.    Weintraub A. and Cholacky A. "A Hierarchical Approach to Forest Planning".  Forest Science 39(5): 439-460, 1991.

42.    Weintraub A. and J. Vera "A Cutting Plane Approach for Chance Constrained Linear Programs". Operations Research 39(5): 776-785, 1991.

43.    Fernandez E., Marcotte P., Mondschein S., Vera J and Weintraub A. "Solution Approaches to the Bus Operator Problem".  Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 27(1): 1-11, 1993.

44.    Rensi G. and Weintraub A.  "Using Dynamic Programming to Determine Efficient Kiln-Drying Schedules".  Wood and Fiber Science 20: 215-225, 1988.

45.    Barros O. and Weintraub A. "Spatial Market Equilibrium Problems as Network Models".  Discrete Applied Mathematics 13: 109-130, 1986.

46.    Weintraub A., Kohn V. and Guitart S. "Strategic Planning in Forest Industries". European Journal of Operations Research 24(1): 152-168, 1986.

47.    Weintraub A., Ortiz C. and González J. "Accelerating Convergence of the Frank-Wolfe Algorithm", Transportation Research 19(2): 113-122, 1985.

48.    Barros O. and Weintraub A. "Planning for Vertically Integrated Forest Industries" Operations Research 30(5): 1168-1182, 1982.

49.    Weintraub A. and Ingram W. "An Efficient Approach to Some Cases of Coefficient Variations in Linear Programs". Operations Research 29(3): 609-611, 1981.

50.    Weintraub A. and González J. "An Algorithm for the Traffic Assignment Problem".  Networks 10: 197-209, 1980. 

51.    Weintraub A. and Navon D. "A Forest Management Planning Model Integrating Silvicultural and Transportation Activities", Management Science 22(12): 1299-1309, 1976.

52.    Weintraub A.  "A Primal Algorithm to Solve Network Flow Problems with Convex Costs", Management Sciences 21(1): 87-97, 1974.

53.    Weintraub A. "The Shortest and K-Shortest Routes as Assignment Problems", Networks 3: 61-73, 1973.



1.      Epstein R., Karlsson  J., Ronnqvist M., Weintraub A., “Harvest Operational Models in Forestry” . Handbook of Operations Research in Natural Resources, Andres Weintraub, Carlos Romero, Trond Bjornald, Rafael Epstein (eds.), 365-377. Springer 2007.

2.      Epstein R., Ronnqvist M., Weintraub A., “Forest Transportation”. Handbook of Operations Research in Natural Resources, Andres Weintraub, Carlos Romero, Trond Bjornald, Rafael Epstein (eds.), 365-377, Springer 2007.

3.      Caro R., Epstein R., Santibañez P., Weintraub A.  “An Integrated Approach to the Long-Term Planning Process in the Cooper Mining Industry”. Handbook of Operations Research in Natural Resources, Andres Weintraub, Carlos Romero, Trond Bjornald, Rafael Epstein (eds.), 365-377, Springer 2007.

4.      Epstein R., Goycoolea M., Murray A., Weintraub A., “An Adjacency-Modeling Problem Based on Constructing Harvesting Areas”. G.J. Arthaud and T.M. Barret (eds.) Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, 279-280. Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.

5.      Weintraub A., Hof J., “Forestry Industry”, in Handbook of Applied Optimization, Oxford University, pp. 719-728, 2002.

6.      Weintraub A., Epstein R. “The Supply Chain in the Forest Industry: Models and Linkages”, in Joseph Geunes, Panos M., Pardalos and H. Edwing Romeijn (eds.) Applied Optimization, Supply Chain Management Models, Applications, and Research Directions, pp.343-362, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002.

7.      Weintraub A., “Using Models in the Management of Forest Industries in Applied Decision Analysis”, Kluwer , J. Girón (ed.) 85-97 (1998).

8.      Weintraub A., “Natural Resources”, in S. Gass and C. Harris (eds.), Encyclopaedia of Operations Research and Management Science, pp. 427-431, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1996.

9.      Weintraub A., Barros O., Magendzo A., Ibarra F. and Ortiz C. "A Truck Dispatching System For a Large Open Pit Mine". (G.K. Rand, Ed.) Operational Research ‘87, 650-662, Amsterdam: North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 650-662, 1988.

10.  Navon D. and Weintraub A., "Operational Model of Supply for Wildland Enterprises". In Systems Analysis in Forestry and Forest Industries (M. Kallio, Ed.), TIMS Studies in the Management Sciences Series, Vol. 21, North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 353-370, 1986.

11.  Weintraub A. and Navon D., "Mathematical Programming in Large Scale Forestry Modeling and Applications". In Systems Analysis in Forestry and Forest Industries (M. Kallio, Ed.), TIMS Studies in the Management Sciences Series, Vol. 21, North-Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 337-351, 1986.

12.  Serra P. and Weintraub A. "Convergence of Decomposition Algorithms for the Traffic Assignment Problem". In Annals of Discrete Mathematics, Studies on Graphs and Discrete Programming, (P. Hansen, Ed.) North Holland, Amsterdam, pp.313-318, 1981.

13.  0. Barros and Weintraub A. “Production planning in the dairy industry in Chile”. In OR'78 (K. B. Haley, Ed.). North Holland, Amsterdam, pp. 267-288, 1979.





1.       Durán G., Guajardo M., Weintraub A. and Wolf R., "O.R. & Soccer: Scheduling the Chilean League by using mathematical programming", OR/MS Today, April 2009, 42-47.

2.       Weintraub A.  Integer Programming in Forestry, Annals of Operations Research 149 (1): 209-216, February  2007.

3.       Weintraub  A. and Peter Horner “As the World Turn” , OR/MS Today April 2003, pp.46-54.

4.       Weintraub A. and Hof J. “Forestry Industry Handbook of Applied Optimization”. Oxford University Press, 2000, pp. 719-728.

5.      Weintraub A., “Is  OR Global”.  OR/MS. Today, April 1999, pp: 28-29.

6.      Weintraub A., Giron J., “Using Models in the Management of Forest Industries in Applied Decision Analysis”.  Conferencia Academia de Ciencias de España, Kluwer Academic, Publ. 1998. pp. 85-97.

7.      Weintraub, A., Andalaft, N., Andalaft P., Guignard, M., VII CLAIO, Latin-Ibero American Congress on Operation Research and System Engineering, Annals pp.1132/1136, Brazil, August 1996.

8.      Guignard, M., Bravo, G., Vera, J., and Weintraub A., A Lagrangean Relaxation Approach to Location Problem in Forest Harvesting, VIII CLAIO, Annals, pp.531-536, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 1996.

9.      Weintraub, A., Epstein R., Sapunar P., Nieto E., Sessions J., Sessions B., "PLANEX : A System for Optimal Assignment of Harvesting Proceedings Harvest Planning Conference, November 1995.  LIRO, New Zealand.

10.  Weintraub, A., Epstein R., Sapunar, P., Nieto, E., Sessions J., Sessions, B.  “Planex: A System for Optimal Assignment of Harvesting”, Proceedings Harvest Planning Conference, LIRO,  New Zealand, November 1995.

11.  Weintraub, A.  Planning Packages: “Will The Computer Do It All?”,  Proceedings Harvest Planning  Conference, LIRO,  New Zealand, November 1995.

12.  Weintraub, A., Yadlin, M. and Saez, G. “Aggregation Procedures in Forest Management Planning Using Cluster Analysis”, Asilomar Proceedings pp. 410-417, September 6-9, 1994.

13.  Weintraub, A., Guignard, M. and Epstein, R. “Exact and Approximate Algorithms For Forest Management Problems”, Asilomar Proceedings pp. 372-377, California, September 6-9, 1994.

14.  Weintraub, A., R. Epstein, Morales, R., Serón, J. OR/MS Boosts Productivity in Chile's Timber Industry. OR/MS Today, Oct. 1994, pp. 40-42.

15.  Weintraub, “A. Data and Decision Aggregation Processes in Hierarchical Planning”. Proceedings of Workshop on Hierarchical Planning in Forest Enterprises, pp. 171-176, Toronto 1993.

16.  Weintraub, A., and L. Davis. “Hierarchical Planning in Forest Resource Management: Defining the Dimensions of the Subjects Area”, Proceedings of Workshop on Hierarchical Planning in Forest Enterprises, Toronto 1993.

17.  Weintraub A., Morales R., Serón J., Epstein R., “Managing Operations in Pine Forest Industries”.  Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, Charleston, USA, Proceedings pp. 31-34, March 1991.

18.  Weintraub A., Morales R., “A Model for Strategic Planning in the Management of Pine Forest Industries”. Symposium Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, Charleston, USA, Proceedings, pp. 114-117, March 1991.

19.  Weintraub A., Jones Greg, J., Meacham, M.L., Magendzo A., “A Heuristic Process for Solving Large-Scale, Mixed-Integer Mathematical Programming Models for Site-Specific Timber Harvest and Transportation Planning”. Symposium Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, Charleston, USA, Proceedings pp. 192-198, March 1991.

20.  Jones G., Weintraub A., Meacham M., Magendzo A.  “A Heuristic Process for Solving Mixed-Integer Land Management and Transportation Planning Models”, U.S.D.A.  Forest Service Research Paper INT 447.  pp. 39. July 1991.

21.  Morales R. y Weintraub A. “Growth Prediction and Management Models for Pine and Eucalyptus Plantations”, IUFRO Newsletter Working Group S-4.0406. 1988.

22.  Jones G., Meacham M., Magendzo A., Cahoon R. y Weintraub A. “An Automated Heuristic Process for Solving Integrated Resource Planning Model (IRPM) and TRANSCHIP Formulation: User's Guide”. USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, Ogden, Utah, 1988.

23.  Weintraub A., “Report on the book Building Models for Conservation and Wildlife Management”, Interfaces Vol. 18, N°5, pp. 93-94, 1988.

24.  Weintraub A., G. Jones, and others.  “IRAS; A System for Site-Specific Land Management and Transportation Planning”.  Meeting Society of American Foresters (1988),  pp. 355-360.

25.  Hrubes R., Navon D., Veiga G. y Weintraub A. “Max-Loss An Automated Procedure for Calculating the Maximum Loss in Optimality in Aggregated FORPLAN Problems”. Proceeding of the Workshop on Lessons from Using Forplan.  Denver, Colorado,  pp. 90-96, 1986.

26.  Hrubes R., Navon D., Veiga G. y Weintraub A. “Lowering Forest Planning Costs Through LP Column Aggregation:  How Great is the Associated Optimality Loss”.  Proceedings of the System Analysis in Forest Resource Management Symposium, Athens, Georgia, pp. 20-28, 1985.

27.  Weintraub A. “Planificación Jerárquica de la Producción: Un Enfoque de Agregación de Columnas”.  2nd.  Latin American Meeting in Operation Research.  Buenos Aires, Proceedings (Advances in Operations Research).  pp. 288-296, August 1984.

28.  Morales R. y Weintraub “A. Mathematical Models for Pine Timber Production Planning”.  Proceedings IFIP Working Conference, Santiago, Springer Verlag, pp. 148-158, 1984.

29.  Weintraub A. “A Class of Primal Algorithms with Linear Rate of Convergence”, Proceedings 1st  Latin American Meeting in Operations Research, Río de Janeiro, pp. 462-467, 1982.

30.  Weintraub A., Adams D. and Yelling L.  “Land Management Planning.  A Method of Evaluating Alternatives”, U.S. Forest Service Research Paper PSW-167 (Refereed), 1981.

31.  Barros, O. y Weintraub A. "Planning in Forest Enterprises", Proceedings IUFRO, Symposium in Management Sciences, Blacksburg, Virginia, pp. 150-163, 1980.

32.  Weintraub A. "A Methodology for Decision Making in Project Evaluation in Land Management Planning".  Proceedings IUFRO, Bucharest, pp. 109-117, 1978.



1.        Cisternas F., Durán G., Polgatiz C., and Weintraub A., "Programación matemática para el uso eficiente de mallas de cultivo en una empresa salmonera", Revista Ingeniería de Sistemas 23 (2009), 27-47.

2.        Durán G, Weintraub A, Zamorano G.  “Métodos Cuantitativos para una nueva configuración de unidades territoriales en licitaciones de JUNAEB”. Revista de Ingenierías de Sistemas, Vol XXII, Septiembre 2008.

3.      Hernández P., Alonso A.; Escudero L., Guignard M., Marinov V., Weintraub A. Localización de recintos penitenciarios bajo incertidumbre. Revista de Ingenierías de Sistemas, Vol XX, Diciembre 2006.

4.      Gac I., Martínez F., Weintraub A., Modelo de Optimización líneal deterministico para la localización de colegios. Revista de Ingenierías de Sistemas, Vol XX, Diciembre 2006.

5.      Quinteros M., Alonso A., Escudero L., Guignard M., Weintraub A., Una aplicación de programación estocástica en un problema de gestión forestamaranl.  Revista de Ingenierías de Sistemas, Vol XX, Diciembre 2006.

6.       Epstein, R., Weintraub, A., Caro, R., Guajardo, M. “Optimización de la planificación estretégica en empresas mineras”. Trend Management 8 (2006), 56-63.

7.       Epstein, R., Catalán, J., Henriquez, L., Weintraub, G., Martinez, C. “Licitación combinatorial de las raciones alimenticias de los colegios públicos en Chile”. Trend Management 8 (2006), 112-117.

8.       Epstein, R., Weintraub, A., Catalán, J., Serón, J., Hermosilla, R. “Sistemas de la optimización de la logística en la industria forestal”. Trend Management 8 (2006), 146-155.

9.      G. Durán, J. Miranda, D. Sauré, S. Souyris, A. Weintraub, A. Carmash, F. Chaigneau, Programación Matemática Aplicada al Fixture de Primera División del Fútbol Chileno. Revista Ingeniería de Sistemas Vol. XIX, 29-48, Octubre 2005.

10.  Weintraub A., Epstein R.,Serón J. “Un Caso Exitoso: Sistemas de Optimización en la Industria Forestal Chilena”.  Revista de Ingeniería de Sistemas, Vol. XIII, N°1, Mayo 1999.

11.  Weintraub, A."De Problemas de Producción a Modelos Combinatoriales, Discurso de Incorporación a la Academia de Ciencias, Anales Academia de Ciencias, 1995,  Volumen 5, p. 51-62.

12.  Weintraub A., Schilkrut A., Traverso P. "ASIPRO :Un  Sistema para la Asignación diaria de la Producción, Actas V Taller de Producción Forestal, Vol. VII. Concepción, Noviembre 1995.

13.  Weintraub A., Epstein R., Sapunar P., Nieto E., Sessions B., Sessions J,  PLANEX : Un Sistema para la Optima Habilitación de Maquinaria de Cosecha.  Actas V Taller de Producción de Forestal, Vol VII, Concepción, Noviembre 1995.

14.  Weintraub, A., Bare, B. "Nuevos Aspectos del Manejo de Terrenos Forestales desde las perspectivas de la Investigación de Operaciones. Rev. Ing. de Sistemas, Vol. 11, Julio 1994, pp. 41-52.

15.  Epstein, R., Weintraub, A., Sapunar, P., "Determinación de Ubicación de Equipos de Cosecha.  Planex.  Anales 4 Taller de Producción Forestal, Concepción Noviembre 1993.

16.  Weintraub, A., Wainer, A., Magendzo, A. "Un Sistema de Decisiones de Cosecha y Acceso" Optimed.  Anales 4 Taller de Producción Forestal, Concepción Noviembre 1993.

17.  Varas, S., Weintraub, A., Ramirez E., Magendzo, A., Epstein, R. y Farcas, D. "Diseño de un Sistema de Gestión de Transporte en Chilectra Metropolitana S.A.", Revista Ingeniería de Sistemas Vol. IX N?1, PP. 51-60 (1992).

18.  Weintraub, A., Epstein, R. "Optimización de la Cosecha Forestal".  Actas III, Taller de Producción Forestal, Nov. 1991.  pp. V1-V6.

19.  Weintraub, A., Epstein, R., Serón, J. Traverso, P. "Asignador de Camiones ASICAM, Implementación y Experiencia.  Actas II Taller de Producción Forestal, Nov. 1991. pp. V1-V6.

20.  Magendzo, A., Malchuck, D. y Weintraub, A., 1990. "Desarrollo de un Algoritmo Heurístico para Modelos de Programación Lineal Mixta.  Una Aplicación al Sector Forestal.  Actas X Congreso de Metodologías en Ingenería de Sistemas. pp. 111-118 (1990)

21.  Weintraub, A., Morales, R., Epstein, R. y Serón J.  "Un Sistema de Asignación al Transporte de Asignación al Transporte de Productos Forestales".  Revista de Ingeniería de Sistemas. Julio 1990.

22.  Magendzo A., Malchuck D. y Weintraub, A. "Desarrollo de un Algoritmo Heurístico para Modelos de Programación Lineal Mixta: Una Aplicación en el Sector Forestal"  Anales IX Congreso de Metodologías en Ingeniería de Sistemas, Agosto 1990.

23.  Ultimos Avances en Modelamiento Forestal". Congreso Latinoamericano de Investigación Operativa.  Buenos Aires. Sept. 1990.

24.  Morales, R. Weintraub, A. "Enfoque Jerárquico de Planificación Forestal".  II Taller de Producción Forestal, Concepción, Noviembre 1989, pp.I 1-9.

25.  Morales R., Serón, J., Traverso, P., Epstein, R. "ASICAM, Un Modelo de Asignación de Camiones al Transporte de Producto Forestales, II Taller de Producción Forestal, Concepción, Noviembre 1989, pp. VI 1-9

26.  Weintraub A., Barahona F., Rojas J.C. y Muñoz E., "Un Algoritmo de Flujos en Redes con Múltiples Productos". Actas del VII Congreso de Metodologías en Ingeniería de Sistemas, Santiago, pp. 135-156 (1987).

27.  Fernández J.E., Bravo F. y Weintraub A. "Una Aplicación del Método de Frank Wolfe a la Solución del Problema de Equilibrio de Operadores de Transporte Público". IV Congreso Panamericano Ingeniería de Tránsito y Transporte,  1986, Santiago, pp. 362-371.

28.  Fernández J.E., Mondschein S. y Weintraub A. "Solución al Problema de Equilibrio de Operadores de Transporte Público Mediante un Algoritmo de Corte". IV Congreso Panamericano Ingeniería de Tránsito y Transporte, 1986, Santiago.  pp. 351 - 361.

29.  Weintraub A., Israel R. y Magendzo A. "Mecanización de Enfoques Heurísticos para resolver Problemas de Localización y Distribución".  V Congreso de Metodologías en Ing. de Sistemas.  pp. 265-284, (1985).

30.  Weintraub A. y Russo M. "Agregación de Columnas en Programación Lineal". Revista del Instituto Chileno de Investigación Operativa. Vol. 1 Nº 1, (1984).

31.  Weintraub A. "Modelos Matemáticos en Recursos Renovables: Ejemplos Forestales".  En "Recursos Renovables Chilenos".  Ediciones Universidad Católica de Chile.  J.M. Aguilera, J.A. Guzmán y M. Rutman editores, pp. 81-87 (1984).

32.  Yadlin M., Weintraub A. y González O. "Valorización de Recreación en Parques Nacionales", Revista Ing. de Sistemas, Vol. 3, Nº 2, pp. 8-21, (1982).

33.  Morales R., Weintraub A., Olivares B. y Peters R. "Modelo para el Manejo de Plantaciones de Pino Insigne".  Proyecto CONAF/FAO/PNUD.  Documento de Trabajo Nº 36 (1981).

34.  Contreras M., De La Maza C., Merino R.,  Morales R., Barros P. y Weintraub A. "Metodología de Evaluación Económica de Parques Nacionales", Proyecto CONAF/FAO/PNUD.  Documento de Trabajo Nº 40 (1981),

35.  Morales R., Weintraub A., Olivares B. y  Peters R., "Tablas de Producción para Plantaciones de Pino Insigne.  Documento de Trabajo Nº 37.  Proyecto CONAF/FAO/PNUD. (1981).

36.  Barros O. y Weintraub A. "Planificación Forestal en una Industrial Verticalmente Integrada"  Revista Ingeniería de Sistemas, Vol. III, Nº 1, pp. 43-56, (1981).

37.  Morales R., Weintraub A., Peters R. y García J. "Modelos de Simulación y Manejo para Plantaciones Forestales".  Conceptos y Revisión Bibliográfica Proyecto CONAF/FAO/PNUD.  Documento de Trabajo Nº 30 (1980).

38.  Contreras M., De La Maza C., Morales R., Barros P. y Weintraub A. "Evaluación Económica de Parques Nacionales:  Resumen de Metodologías , Documento de Trabajo Nº 27.  Proyecto CONAF/FAO/PNUD, (1979).

39.  Weintraub A. "El Problema de Asignación y Algoritmos de Flujos en Redes" Revista de Informática e Investigación Operativa, Argentina, pp. 290-308 (1979).

40.  Serra P. y Weintraub A. "Convergencia de Algoritmos de Descomposición para el Problema de Asignación de Tráficos"  SIGMA, Vol. J, Nº 3 y 4, pp 295-302 (1979).

41.  Weintraub A. "Problemas en la Implementación de Investigación Operativa y Ciencias Administrativas en Países en Desarrollo",  Ingeniería de Sistemas, Vol. II, Nº 1, pp. 77-80 (1978).

42.  Barahona F. y Weintraub A. "Flujos en Redes con Múltiples Productos"  SIGMA, Vol. 2, Nº 1, pp. 27-33 (1977).

43.  Barros O. y  Weintraub A. "Problemas de Localización de Plantas y Distribución de Bienes", Revista Ingeniería de Sistemas, Vol. 1 Nº 1 pp. 75-110 (1975).

44.  Weintraub A. "Modelos Matemáticos en Planificación Forestal", Revista Ingeniería de Sistemas, Vol. 1, Nº 2 pp.39-60 (1975).