The ISE Seminar Series bring speakers to talk about cutting-edge ISE-related research with the generous support of donors to ISE.
September 15- Judy Edworthy, Plymouth University
September 22- Hongyue Sun, University at Buffalo
September 29- Peter Elkin, University at Buffalo
October 20- Sunderesh Heragu, Oklahoma State University
November 3- Jan Shi, Georgia Institute of Technology
November 10- Mark Chignell, University of Toronto
December 1- Fei Fang, Carnegie Mellon University
December 8- Matthew Plumlee, Northwestern University
February 17 - Sibel Alumur Alev, University of Waterloo: "Design of Intermodal Hub Networks with Different Vehicle Types"
February 3 - Jim Blythe, University of Southern California: "Modeling Human Behavior to Improve Cyber Security"
December 9 - Philip J. Smith, Ohio State University: "1. Distributed Work in the National Airspace System. 2. Industrial and Systems Engineering at OSU: Directions for the Future."
December 2 - Biplab Bhattacharya, University at Buffalo: "Tackling Inequity in Pharmaceutical Supply Chains using Mobile Pharmacies in Low-resource Countries"
November 21 - T. Kirubarajan (Kiruba), McMaster University: "Bias Estimation and Sensor Registration for Target Tracking"
September 30 - Catherine Burns, Waterloo: "Human Factors 2020: Adjusting our methods for the next generation of problems."
September 23 - Eric Williams, Rochester Institute of Technology: "Characterizing and managing energy consumption using Time-use"
September 11 - David Hostler, University at Buffalo: "Heat stress and performance among structural firefighters"
October 2 - Ibrahim Tarik Ozbolat, Penn State University: "3D Bioprinting of Living Tissues and Organs"
October 9 - Donald Wagner, Office of Naval Research: "Bipartite and Eulerian Minors"
October 23 - Prahalad Rao, Binghamton University: "Graph Theoretic Approaches for Analysis of Complex Systems and Processes: Application to Manufacturing and Neurophysiology"
December 4 - Michael Trick, Carnegie Mellon University: "Sports Scheduling, Benders, and Business Analytics"
December 11 - Michael (Mike) North, NFL: "Creating the NFL Schedule"
February 5 - Frank Ritter, Penn State University: “Modeling Novice to Expert Performance with a Modeling Compiler”
February 19 - Moustapha Diaby, University of Connecticut
March 1 - Patrick Dempsey, NIOSH
March 4 - Chris Paradis, Georgia Tech
March 11 - Anna Nagurney, University of Massachusetts
April 1 - Dan Guide, Penn State University: "False Failure Returns: An Experimental Investigation of Supply Chain Coordination"
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April 8 - Jos Aarts, University at Buffalo
April 22 - Sundar Krishnamurty, University of Massachusetts
May 6 - Carolina Osorio, MIT
Sept 12 - Jose Walteros, University at Buffalo: "A Mathematical Programming Framework for Detecting Sybil Communities in Online Social Networks"
Sept 26 - Josepth Guenes, University of Florida: "Production Planning with Price Dependent Supply Capacity"
October 3 - Dan Salyn, Programs, Management, Analytics and Technologies (PMAT) Incorporated: "The State of Innovation in the Department of Defense"
October 10 - Opher Baron, University of Toronto "From Product Form Queues to Queue Decomposition: The State-Dependent Mn/Gn/1 Example"
October 17 - Shuya Yin, University of California, Irvine
October 31 - Denis Cormier, Rochester Institute of Technology
November 10 - Daniel Fox, University of Virginia: "The Role of Virtual Reality Driving Simulation from the Health Care Perspective"
November 21 - Sean Wu, University at Buffalo
December 5 - Mike Wei, University at Buffalo
January 30 - Murat Kurt, University at Buffalo
February 13 - Sara Czaja, University of Miami
February 20 - Michael Kim, Ph.D, Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto: "Approximate Learning Trajectories for Bayesian Bandits""
March 6 - Occupational Safety and Health Lecture - Susan Moir, University of Massachusetts, Lowell
March 13 - Ling Rothrock, Pennsylvania State University
March 23 - Diwakar Gupta, Director, CMMI Program, NSF
March 27 - Alejandro Rivera, International Distinguished Alumnus
April 10 - Robert Dell, Naval Post Graduate School
April 17 - Edwin Romeijn, Georgia Institute of Technology
April 24 - Linda Nozick, Cornell University
May 1 - Sergiy Butenko, Texas A & M
May 8 - Steven Smith, Carnegie Mellon University
Sept 27 - Pitu Mirchandani - Arizona State U: "Routing, logistics, and management of recharging infrastructure for electric vehicles"
Oct 4 - Hossein Abouee Mehrizi, University of Waterloo: "Multi-period Proactive Transshipment for Perishable Products"
Oct 11 - Lin Li, University of Illinois at Chicago: "A novel modeling method for joint production and energy efficiency management of sustainable manufacturing systems"
Nov 1 - Jose Ramirz-Marquez, Stevens Institute of Technology: "Advances in Resilience Engineering"
Nov 8 - Gul Kremer, Pennsylvania State University: "Sustainability through Product Architecture Optimization: A Graph Partitioning View"
Nov 15 - Yangfeng Ouyang, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Nov 22 - Birsen Donmez, University of Toronto
December 6 - Oleg Prokopyev, University of Pittsburgh
January 3 - Victor Richmond R. Jose, Georgetown University
January 31 - Cole Smith, University of Florida
February 7 - Garud Iyengar, Columbia University "An Axiomatic Approach to System Risk"
February 28 - Mark Daskin, University of Michigan Ann Arbor "Nurse Staffing Models and Analysis"
March 7 - Pinar Keskinock, Georgia Institute of Technology "Operations Management Applications in Healthcare"
March 14 - Maria Moyorga, North Carolina State University "A Colorectal Cancer Screening Model Incorporating Patient Choice"
March 28 - Willie Cade, PC Rebuilders and Recyclers
April 4 - Ben Wang, Georgia Institute of Technology
April 11 - Karl Sigman, Columbia University
April 28 - Karim Abdel-Malek, University of Iowa
April 25 - Julie Higle, University of Southern California
May 2 - Brian Denton, University of Michigan Ann Arbor