I finally presented my research at INFORMS Annual Meeting. My presentation was mainly about application of disjunctive cylindrical cuts for quantitative asset allocation (portfolio optimization) problem. I was quite nervous before the track but when I start presenting, I suddenly felt very confident and everything went well. To my luck, it was a crowded session. I am quite happy and feel relaxed to finish the presentation side of the conference. Seeing many friends, joining the award ceremony (where our Lehigh student chapter get the cum laude prize) and talking representatives from companies like Google, SAS and Amazon was great. I need some time to write blog posts for the annual meeting blog and then I will be done. Greetings from San Francisco, California!