Tanet Kato


Tanet is currently a PhD student of the Management Science and Innovation Department of University College London. Prior to joining UCL, Tanet received a BE in Electrical Engineering (2005) from Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology of Thammasat University in Thailand and an ME in Production Engineering (2007, First Class Honor and Valedictorian) from Graduate School of Information, Production, and Systems of Waseda University in Japan.
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Tanet's main research area is in modelling operations management issues  using economic principles, particularly game theoretic concepts such as contract theory. He is also active in conducting a research in formulating an analytical approach to entrepreneurial problems.


Tanet is currently a class teacher for the course "Operational Research Techniques" at London School of Economics and Political Science. Also, he is an active teaching assistant for "Decision and Risk Analysis" in the MSc in Management and the MSc in Information Management for Business at Management Science and Innovation Department of UCL.


Kato T. and Jeenanunta C. (2010) Crew rostering problem: case of Thai domestic low cost airline. In 10th International Conference on Industrial Management, ICIM2010, Beijing, China, September 2010.

Kato T. and Lee H.-H. (2010) Tracking and Constant Disturbance Rejection of Robust Constrained LMI-Based MPC. Transactions on Electronics, Information and Systems, Section C - Journal of Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan, Vol. 130, No. 12, pp. 2219-2226