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Dr Dongjun Li

Assistant Professor

Department: Newcastle Business School

Dongjun Li received her PhD Degree in the School of Engineering at Newcastle University in 2019. Her PhD study was jointly funded by the EPSRC and Network Rail and focused on network revenue management for the rail industry. She has developed a C++ software tool for the UK railway infrastructure manager (Network Rail) to design pricing strategy for allocating the railway capacity to freight operating companies. In the software package, Dongjun has applied bi-level linear programming, stochastic programming, inverse programming, and game theory to analyse the decisions made by multiple stakeholders involved in the railway system. Prior to moving to an academic career, Dongjun has spent 16 years working on project management in the railway industry.

Her current research interests include:

1) Pricing and revenue management;

2) Game theory;

3) Business analytics.


Dongjun Li

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Network Revenue Management Game in the Railway Industry: Stackelberg Equilibrium, Global Optimality, and Mechanism Design, Li, D., Islam, D., Robinson, M., Song, D., Dong, J., Reimann , M. 6 Jul 2023, In: European Journal of Operational Research
  • Quadratic Function based Price Adjustment Strategy on Monitoring Process of Power Consumption Load in Smart Grid, He, B., Li, J., Li, D., Dong, J., Zhu, L. 1 Jan 2022, In: International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems
  • Synergistic path planning for ship-deployed multiple UAVs to monitor vessel pollution in ports, Shen, L., Hou, Y., Yang, Q., Lv, M., Dong, J., Yang, Z., Li, D. 1 Sep 2022, In: Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
  • A heuristics based global navigation satellite system data reduction algorithm integrated with map-matching, Dong, J., Hicks, C., Li, D. 1 Jul 2020, In: Annals of Operations Research
  • Network Revenue Management Game in the Railway Industry, Li, D. 1 May 2020, POMS Annual Conference 2021
  • Optimal Contract Design for the Exchange of Tradable Truck Permits at Multiterminal Ports, Li, D., Dong, J., Song, D., Hicks, C., Singh, S. 1 Dec 2020, In: International Journal of Production Economics
  • How helpful are the Network Rail proposed changes to charges and contractual incentives in PR18 to securing a modal freight from road to rail?, Islam, D., Mortimer , P., Li, D., Robinson, M. 5 Sep 2017, Logistics Research Network

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