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  • Iman Vasheghani Farahani | Ph.D. Student | Systems Analysis and Optimization
    Contact Info Alumni Scholarships Distinguished Alumni Clarence L Smith Endowment Fund Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Graduate Future Students Admissions Prerequisites Criteria for Admission Application Deadline Application Procedures Degree Reqs MIE MSIE MIE MBA MSCEM PhD Minors Breadth Reqs Plan of Study Current Ph D Students Financial Aid New Student Check In OIS Arrival Guide Arrival Survival Guide Graduate Handbook Course Catalog Graduate Forms International Students Cashier s Office Academic Calendar Software IT Resources People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Graduate Programs Current PhD Students Vasheghani Farahani Iman Iman Vasheghani Farahani Advisor TBD Office location 307 Daniels Hall E mail ivasheg ncsu edu Education Expected Graduation Spring 2018 MS Sharif University of Technology 2013 BS Sharif University of Technology 2011 Systems Analysis and Optimization Iman s research focuses on stochastic models with applications in industrial engineering more specifically developing and analyzing queue models and service systems Examples of such systems include healthcare inventory etc JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture Track Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/graduate/students/vasheghani-farahani-iman.php (2016-04-25)
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  • German Velasquez Diaz | Ph.D. Student | Logistics
    Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Graduate Future Students Admissions Prerequisites Criteria for Admission Application Deadline Application Procedures Degree Reqs MIE MSIE MIE MBA MSCEM PhD Minors Breadth Reqs Plan of Study Current Ph D Students Financial Aid New Student Check In OIS Arrival Guide Arrival Survival Guide Graduate Handbook Course Catalog Graduate Forms International Students Cashier s Office Academic Calendar Software IT Resources People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Graduate Programs Current PhD Students Velasquez Diaz German German Velasquez Diaz Advisor Dr Maria Mayroga Office location 375 Daniels Hall E mail gavelasq ncsu edu Education Expected Graduation Spring 2019 MS Monterrey Institute of Technology 2012 MSIE Universidad del Norte 2005 BSIE Universidad del Norte 2003 Logistics German s research interest is in humanitarian logistics Logistic oriented humanitarian organizations must make procurement warehousing and distribution decisions when planning disaster relief operations I am interested in developing models and heuristics for prepositioning relief supplies in preparation for a disaster These models will help humanitarian organization in their decision process reduce suffering and save lifes JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/graduate/students/velasquez-diaz-german.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Logistics Engineering
    Optimization Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About What is ISE Mission Leadership Professional Recognition History Departmental Awards Home Research Partners and Outreach Research Areas Logistics Logistics Engineering This ISE thrust area focuses on improving the performance of the complex systems that keep the materials products labor and services of a growing global economy moving Logistics engineering involves managing the flow of material and information throughout the supply chain in order to best support the goals of the organization This includes determining the locations in which services are to be provided or products produced the paths and modes of transportation of material between these locations and the final customer control of the amounts to be stored at different locations in the supply chain and the management of the operations by which the products and services are produced and delivered Drawing on a wide range of mathematical and computer techniques applications span a range of sectors including electronics manufacturing remanufacturing and recycling humanitarian logistics and healthcare and transportation planning Current work looks to evaluate the emerging supply chain paradigm for additive manufacturing and to evaluate recycling networks Professors in this Research Area Elmaghraby Salah Fang Shu Cherng Hodgson Thom Kay Michael

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/partnersoutreach/research/logistics.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Caroline Webster | Ph.D. Student | Advanced Manufacturing
    Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Graduate Future Students Admissions Prerequisites Criteria for Admission Application Deadline Application Procedures Degree Reqs MIE MSIE MIE MBA MSCEM PhD Minors Breadth Reqs Plan of Study Current Ph D Students Financial Aid New Student Check In OIS Arrival Guide Arrival Survival Guide Graduate Handbook Course Catalog Graduate Forms International Students Cashier s Office Academic Calendar Software IT Resources People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Graduate Programs Current PhD Students Webster Caroline Caroline Webster Advisors Drs Ola Harrysson and Denis Marcellin Little Office location 122 Daniels Hall E mail cewebst2 ncsu edu Education Expected Graduation Fall 2016 BSBE NC State University 2012 Advanced Manufacturing Caroline s research interests include patient specific prosthetic and implant design transdermal osseointegrated prosthetic design and development development of models for surgical rehearsal and surgical training and the role additive manufacturing can play in enhancing patient specific medicine Her dissertation topic is related to the development of a novel hemi arthroplasty limb sparing implant utilizing additive manufacturing JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture Track Accelerated BS MS

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/graduate/students/webster-caroline.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Melissa White | Ph.D. Student | Human Systems Engineering
    About ISE Undergraduate Graduate Future Students Admissions Prerequisites Criteria for Admission Application Deadline Application Procedures Degree Reqs MIE MSIE MIE MBA MSCEM PhD Minors Breadth Reqs Plan of Study Current Ph D Students Financial Aid New Student Check In OIS Arrival Guide Arrival Survival Guide Graduate Handbook Course Catalog Graduate Forms International Students Cashier s Office Academic Calendar Software IT Resources People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Graduate Programs Current PhD Students White Melissa Melissa White Advisor Dr David Kaber Office location 458 Daniels Hall E mail mmwhite8 ncsu edu Education Expected Graduation Spring 2017 MS University of Notre Dame 2013 BS University of Miami 2012 Human Systems Engineering Melissa s primary research interests lie in utilizing human factors and ergonomics to enhance healthcare systems and medical devices Using past experience in the healthcare industry she is currently engaged in a project assessing the usability and safety of electronic medical records EMR She is also involved in another project in collaboration with the Neuromuscular Rehabilitation Lab in the Biomedical Engineering department assessing the imposed cognitive workload of a prosthetic arm controlled through EMG pattern recognition JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/graduate/students/white-melissa.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Ellen Wittenberg | Ph.D. Student | Health Systems Engineering
    Resources People Faculty Staff Forms Contact Helpdesk Calendars Seminars inGear online Alumni Giving Alumni Association Update Contact Info Alumni Scholarships Distinguished Alumni Clarence L Smith Endowment Fund Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Graduate Future Students Admissions Prerequisites Criteria for Admission Application Deadline Application Procedures Degree Reqs MIE MSIE MIE MBA MSCEM PhD Minors Breadth Reqs Plan of Study Current Ph D Students Financial Aid New Student Check In OIS Arrival Guide Arrival Survival Guide Graduate Handbook Course Catalog Graduate Forms International Students Cashier s Office Academic Calendar Software IT Resources People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Graduate Programs Current PhD Students Wittenberg Ellen Ellen Wittenberg Advisor TBD Office location 412 Daniels Hall E mail efwitten ncsu edu Education Expected Graduation Spring 2020 BS Purdue University 2012 Health Systems Engineering Ellen has not finalized her area of research yet JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture Track Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook Study Abroad Scholarships Organizations GEP Reqs Senior Design WolfWare Distance Education Careers Software IT Resources ABET Graduate Admissions MIE MSIE MIE

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/graduate/students/wittenberg-ellen.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Shuohao Wu | Ph.D. Student | Systems Analysis and Optimization
    PhD Minors Breadth Reqs Plan of Study Current Ph D Students Financial Aid New Student Check In OIS Arrival Guide Arrival Survival Guide Graduate Handbook Course Catalog Graduate Forms International Students Cashier s Office Academic Calendar Software IT Resources People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Graduate Programs Current PhD Students Wu Shuohao Shuohao Wu Advisor Dr Russell King Office location 307 Daniels Hall E mail swu6 ncsu edu Personal website http www4 ncsu edu swu6 Education Expected Graduation Spring 2016 BS Zhejiang University 2011 Systems Analysis and Optimization Shuohao s research interests are in the areas of dynamic inventory control pricing strategies and supply chain management He has been conducting theoretical analysis on the optimal procurement policy with dual sourcing and supplier default risk Recently his main focus is on the joint production and pricing decisions for perishable and seasonal products where retailers need to determine the the best timing and magnitude of pricing changes and order volume to maximize their profit in an uncertain environment Other areas of interest include optimization of operations in additive manufacturing and capacity modeling for multi machine multi job production planning The common goal in all these areas is to propose effective solutions to improve

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/graduate/students/wu-shuohao.php (2016-04-25)
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  • Yao Yu | Ph.D. Student | System Optimization and Analysis
    Alumni Clarence L Smith Endowment Fund Partners Outreach Research Areas CAMAL Friends Senior Project Sponsors Contact Us About ISE Undergraduate Graduate Future Students Admissions Prerequisites Criteria for Admission Application Deadline Application Procedures Degree Reqs MIE MSIE MIE MBA MSCEM PhD Minors Breadth Reqs Plan of Study Current Ph D Students Financial Aid New Student Check In OIS Arrival Guide Arrival Survival Guide Graduate Handbook Course Catalog Graduate Forms International Students Cashier s Office Academic Calendar Software IT Resources People Alumni Partners Outreach Home Graduate Programs Current PhD Students Yu Yao Yao Yu 于耀 Advisor Dr Yunan Liu Office location 445 Daniels Hall E mail yyu15 ncsu edu Education Expected Graduation Spring 2017 BE University of Science and Technology Beijing 2011 System Optimization and Analysis Yao s research focuses on behaviors of stochastic queueing models limit theorems approximations techniques and simulation Limit theorems lays the foundations for estimating the queueing models approximation techniques are applied to improve the estimations and appropriate simulation are conducted to evaluate the approximations JOIN inGear online Keep up to date on what s new and what s next for the ISE Undergraduate Future Students BSIE Furniture Track Accelerated BS MS Health Systems Certicate Advising Calendar Handbook

    Original URL path: http://www.ise.ncsu.edu/graduate/students/yu-yao.php (2016-04-25)
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