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

4/17/19
An article on Yahoo Sports reports on work by Mark Karwan, Praxair Professor of Operations Research and SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering in the UB School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, to create an NFL schedule that is materially fair and largely disparity free.
4/17/19
An article in the Dunkirk Observer features Zach Steever, a PhD student who is working on a project to create an NFL schedule that is materially fair and largely disparity free.   
4/15/19
A story on ESPN reports on work by Mark Karwan, Praxair Professor of Operations Research and SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, to create an NFL schedule that is materially fair and largely disparity free.
4/4/19

Director France Córdova briefed a UB audience on the new Convergence Accelerator in a Critical Conversations keynote address.

4/2/19
An article in The Wall Street Journal about the future of drone delivery services interviews Chase Murray, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, who said most of the things we order on Amazon don’t warrant the urgency of a drone mission, and in the early phase of drone delivery we’ll order up only things that we need within 15 minutes.
3/27/19

The material could help reduce utility bills, improve energy efficiency of residential and commercial buildings.

3/26/19

Rishabh Bhandawat, a PhD student in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, can imagine a world in which engineers are setting an example for inclusion and diversity, where people can express their gender identity however they choose and be met with acceptance.

3/1/19
An article on Futurity reports on research by Jun Zhuang, professor of industrial and systems engineering, that suggests that federal fire grant spending could be more balanced by adding the losses associated with human fatalities and injuries into how structure fires are calculated.