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Keep up to date with the latest Industrial and Systems Engineering news.

10/16/18
Dr. Awwad accompanied by two students, Aniket Marathe and Gutham Sekar, from his IE 500: Supply chain class attended and presented at the 3rd annual North American Industrial Engineering and Operations Management (IEOM) International Conference in Washington DC during the last week of September. 
10/16/18
Dr. Bolton has been awarded the William C. Howell Young Investigator Award that is presented for outstanding scientific contributions and demonstrates a strong, emerging influcence in the Human Factors and Engineering discipline and practice. The Howell award recognizes the talent, creativity, and influence of a singular young researcher. Dr. Bolton attend the Opening Plenary Session of the HFES annual meeting on October 2, 2018 in Philadelphia where he was presented this award.  Congratulations to Dr. Bolton!
10/12/18

An ambitious new project spearheaded by Jonathan Manes, assistant clinical professor of law, will examine ethical and social concerns raised by the increasing use of artificial intelligence, or AI.

10/2/18
An article on Clean Technica about the impact that climate change could have on the country’s national parks, which are expected to warm twice as much as the rest of the nation, quotes Sayanti Mukherjee, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, about her research that warns that the utility industry is not accounting for climate change adequately when planning for the future of the U.S. electrical grid.
9/27/18
An article on Futurity reports on research by Sayanti Mukherjee, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, that suggests the power industry is underestimating how climate change could affect the long-term demand for electricity in the U.S.
9/25/18
An article on PhysOrg reports on research by Sayanti Mukherjee, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, that suggests the power industry is underestimating how climate change could affect the long-term demand for electricity in the U.S.
9/24/18

Study reveals new forecast model, which suggests some energy providers may be underestimating future electricity demands.

9/19/18
An article on the website of the National Science Foundation about how rumors spread on social media during weather disasters reports on NSF-supported research by Jun Zhuang, associate professor of industrial and systems engineering.