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  • ISE Kaber
    Central Florida 1993 BS University of Central Florida 1991 David B Kaber joined the department in 2000 He teaches and conducts research in ergonomics with special focus on the following areas cognitive engineering human computer interaction human factors in systems design and engineering human performance modeling occupational ergonomics occupational safety engineering and system safety engineering For additional information about Dr Kaber including his awards and honors professional activities and experience recent publications and research grants click here Areas of Interest Adaptive automation design human automation interaction in life sciences human robot interaction in healthcare aviation human factors and cockpit display design virtual reality simulation for motor skill training measuring and modeling driver distraction and situation awareness and ergonomics related risk factor identification and measurement in physical work tasks Current Appointments Visiting Professor 2011 present Khon Kaen University Faculty of Associated Medical Sciences Khon Kaen Thailand Associate Faculty 2010 present NCSU Department of Biomedical Engineering Raleigh North Carolina Associate Faculty 2010 present NCSU Department of Psychology Raleigh North Carolina Visiting Professor 2004 Present University of Rostock URO College of Informatics and Electrical Engineering Institute for Automation Rostock Germany Selected Publications Kaber D B Zhang Y Jin S Mosaly P Garner M 2012 Effects of hazard exposure on driver situation awareness and performance and the interaction with roadway complexity and driver age Transportation Research Part F Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 15 600 611 Kaber D B Liang Y Zhang Y Rogers M Gangakhedkar S 2012 Driver performance effects of simultaneous visual and cognitive distraction and adaptation behavior Transportation Research Part F Traffic Psychology and Behaviour 15 491 501 Kaber D B Kim S H 2011 Understanding cognitive strategy with adaptive automation in dual task performance using computational cognitive models Journal of Cognitive Engineering Decision Making 5 3 309 331 Kaber D B

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  • ISE King
    due dates in large multi factory supply chains IIE Transactions 34 9 801 811 King R E L A C Brain and K A Thoney 2002 Control of yarn inventory for a cotton spinning plant part 2 Correlated demand and seasonality Journal of Textile and Apparel Management 2 2 King R E W K Moon H L W Nuttle and K A Thoney 2002 Analysis of inventory stocking policies to support quick response retailing Journal of the Textile Institute 98 3 25 35 Zozom A Jr T J Hodgson R E King A J Weintraub and D Cormier 2003 Integrated job release and shop floor scheduling to minimize WIP and meet due dates International Journal of Production Research 41 1 31 45 Taner M R T J Hodgson R E King and K A Thoney 2003 Satisfying due dates in a job shop with sequence dependent family setups International Journal of Production Research 41 17 4153 4169 Wilson A D R E King and J R Wilson 2004 Case study on statistically estimating minimum makespan for flow line scheduling problems European Journal of OR 155 2 439 454 Stanfield P M J R Wilson and R E King 2004 Flexible modeling of correlated operation times with application in product reuse facilities International Journal of Production Research 42 11 2179 2196 Schultz S R T J Hodgson R E King and M R Taner 2004 Minimizing Lmax for the single machine scheduling problem with family setups and job due dates International Journal of Production Research 42 20 4315 4330 Schultz S R T J Hodgson R E King and K A Thoney 2004 On minimizing Lmax for the job shop scheduling problem International Journal of Production Research 42 23 4893 4907 Wilson A D R E King and T J Hodgson 2004 Scheduling non similar groups on a flow line Multiple group setups RCIM 20 6 505 515 Stanfield P M R E King and T J Hodgson 2006 Determining sequence and ready times in a remanufacturing system IIE Transactions 38 597 607 Taner M R T J Hodgson R E King and S R Schultz 2007 Satisfying Due Dates in the Presence of Sequence Dependent Family Setups Computers and IE 52 57 70 Davis L B T J Hodgson R E King and W B Wei 2009 A Computationally Efficient Algorithm for MDPs with Restricted Observations Naval Research Logistics 56 1 86 92 Ahiska S S and R E King 2010 Inventory optimization in a one product recoverable manufacturing system International Journal of Production Economics 124 1 11 19 Ahiska S S and R E King 2010 Life cycle inventory policy characterizations for a single product recoverable system International Journal of Production Economics 124 1 51 61 Davis L B R E King T J Hodgson and W B Wei 2011 Information sharing in capacity constrained supply chains under lost sales International Journal of Production Research 49 24 7469 7491 Hartman L J A Joines K A Thoney and R

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  • ISE Lee
    IIE Fellow Award the 2008 ASME Fellow Award and the 2012 CAD Best Paper Award Dr Lee has served as a Department Editor for IIE Transactions and an Associate Editor for the Journal of Computer Aided Design and Applications the International Journal of Mechtronics and Manufacturing Systems IJMMS the Journal of Manufacturing Systems JMS the International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering IJISE and the Journal of Computer Aided Drafting Design and Manufacturing CADDM Dr Lee is a Fellow of the Institute of Industrial Engineers IIE and a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers ASME For additional information about Dr Lee s awards and honors professional activities and experience and recent publications click here Areas of Interest Bio medical manufacturing Computational geometry for bio medical design and manufacturing CAD CAM CAE integration 5 axis sculptured surface NC machining computer graphics Rapid prototyping High Speed Machining computational intelligence product realization Computer aided process planning and tool selection and optimization Selected Publications Boonma A Narayan R Lee Y S 2013 Microneedle insertion force modeling and laser based micromachining of biomedical applications Computer Aided Design and Application 10 in press Lee Y S Lin S Narayan R 2012 Networked collaborative design and control for collaborative product development using 5 DOF haptic interface Computer Aided Design and Application 9 3 327 343 Prim P Wysk R A Cohen P H Lee Y S 2012 Bio manufacturing and soft tissue expansion process by mechanically induced stress Proceedings of the 2012 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Engineering Conference Orlando FL CD Paper Number ISERC 1100 Wongwiwat P Narayan R Lee Y S 2012 Laser micromachining modeling and laser machined surface errors prediction For biomedical applications Proceedings of 2012 International Manufacturing Science and Engineering Conference AMSE Notre Dame IN CD Paper Number AMSE MSEC2012 7370

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  • ISE Liu
    does not support the video tag Assistant Professor Office phone 919 513 7208 Office Fax 919 515 5281 Office location 446 Daniels Hall E mail yunan liu ncsu edu Website http yunanliu wordpress ncsu edu PhD Columbia University 2011 MS Columbia University 2008 BE Tsinghua University 2002 Yunan Liu joined the department as an Assistant Professor in 2011 His research is focused on queueing theory applied probability and stochastic modeling with applications to service systems especially call centers health care systems and manufacturing systems Areas of Interest Methodology area applied probability stochastic modeling queueing theory fluid approximations Selected Publications Liu Y Whitt W 2012 Stabilizing Customer Abandonment in Many Server Queues with Time Varying Arrivals Operations Research forthcoming Liu Y Whitt W 2012 The G t GI s t GI Many server Fluid Queue Queueing Systems 71 No 4 pp 405 444 Liu Y Whitt W 2011 A Network of Time Varying Many Server Fluid Queues with Customer Abandonment Operations research 59 pp 835 846 Liu Y Whitt W 2011 Large Time Asymptotics for the Gt Mt st GIt Many Server Fluid Queue with Abandonment Queueing Systems 67 pp 145 182 Liu Y Whitt W 2011 The Heavily Loaded Many

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  • ISE Low
    that Matters Alumni Partners Outreach Home Faculty and Staff Faculty Low Jason C Jason Low Office phone 919 515 1424 Office Fax 919 515 5281 Office location Daniels 316 E mail jclow ncsu edu Lecturer M I E North Carolina State University 2001 B S Electrical Engineering Technology University of Maine 1992 Jason Low is a Lecturer in the Edward P Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and has been a member of the ISE Department since 1997 when he joined the program as a Research Assistant He has conducted and advised research in areas of machining non traditional processes and manufacturing systems Jason now teaches the Manufacturing Engineering Practicum ISE216 and Automation ISE416 manufacturing courses He has been involved in the programmatic efforts of the Integrated Manufacturing and Systems Engineering Institute the Furniture Manufacturing and Management Center and the Wood Machining Tooling and Research Program Previously Jason worked as a Manufacturing Engineer for Digital Equipment Corporation and served three co op terms during his undergraduate studies for Data General Corporation both in his native state of Maine Jason is an active member of IIE SME and serves as an advisor to the student chapters of those groups He is currently Secretary for the local chapter of SME Chair of the University Physical Environment Committee and continues his outreach to industry and the university community through these groups Jason has brought numerous donations to the College and Department in the form of materials software and service and actively seeks industry partnerships to further economize the learning experience He is the co author of various papers in the areas of surface characterization electron beam melting and electrical discharge machining Areas of Interest Jason s primary research interests non traditional material removal processes rapid prototyping automation and assembly systems JOIN inGear

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  • ISE Mayorga
    of Industrial and Systems Engineering and part of the Healthcare Systems Engineering group Her goal is to address fundamental research barriers in moving from estimates of efficacy to estimates of effectiveness of interventions or policies by explicitly considering individual patient preferences when the underlying patient population is heterogeneous She is also interested in optimally allocating resources in Emergency Medical Service systems To achieve these goals Mayorga will create analytical models of health systems that incorporate patient level data She uses techniques such as simulation dynamic programming applied probability queuing theory and mathematical programming She employs multiple sources of secondary data and a mixed methods approach to enable predictions of health outcomes at levels for which it is difficult to conduct studies in practice This research is inherently interdisciplinary and is thus facilitated via collaborations with health services researchers such as epidemiologists economists and medical doctors Prior to joining the NC State faculty she was on the faculty at Clemson University Department of Industrial Engineering for seven years She has authored over 40 publications in archival journals and refereed proceedings Her research has been supported by NIH and NSF among others She received the distinguished National Science Foundation CAREER Award for her work to incorporate patient choice into predictive models of health outcomes Areas of Interest Modeling Marketing and Operations Interface Analysis of Supply Chain Models Application of Stochastic Optimization in Production and Service Systems Analysis of Queuing Systems Selected Publications Mayorga M E Reifsnider O S Neyens D Gebregziabher M Hunt K J 2013 Projected Estimates of Prepregnancy and Gestational Diabetes Mellitus in the US 1980 to 2008 2006 Plos One In Press Mayorga M E Bandara D McLay L A 2013 Districting and Dispatching Polices to Improve the Efficiency of Emergency Medical Service EMS Systems IIE Transactions in Healthcare

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  • ISE Nam
    of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina State University since 2011 He is also an associated faculty in the UNC NCSU Joint Department of Biomedical Engineering as well as Department of Psychology Previously he was an Assistant Professor and an Associate Professor at the University of Arkansas He has received the NSF CAREER Award 2010 Outstanding Researcher Award 2010 2011 and Best Teacher Award 2010 2011 He teaches and conducts basic and applied research in human factors and ergonomics engineering to advance the science of Human Computer Interaction HCI with a broad prospective on the application of systems and information engineering to human centered technologies including brain computer interfaces and rehabilitation engineering His research has been supported by the National Science Foundation NSF Air Force Research Laboratory AFRL Air Force Office of Scientific Research AFOSR and the Laboratory for Analytic Sciences LAS UNC NCSU Rehabilitation Engineering Center REC Areas of Interest Brain computer interface and rehabilitation wearable sensor based remote healthcare neuroergonomics adaptive and intelligent human computer interaction haptic user interaction Selected Publications Corbett B Nam C S Yamaguchi T 2016 The Effects of Haptic Feedback and Visual Distraction on Pointing Task Performance International Journal of Human Computer Interaction 32 n 2 p 89 102 Wadeson A Nijholt A Nam C S 2015 Artistic brain computer interfaces State of the Art Control Mechanisms Brain Computer Interface 2 n 2 3 p 60 69 Powers J Bieliaieva K Wu S Nam C S 2015 The Human Factors and Ergonomics of P300 Based Brain Computer Interfaces Brain Sciences 5 p 318 354 Nam C S Whang M Liu S Moore M 2015 Wayfinding of Users with Visual Impairments in Haptically Enhanced Virtual Environments International Journal of Human Computer Interaction 31 n 4 p 295 306 Nam C S Woo J Bahn

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  • ISE Ozaltin
    2005 Osman Ozaltin joined North Carolina State University in August 2013 as a Chancellor s Faculty Excellence Program cluster hire in Personalized Medicine He is an Assistant Professor in the Edward P Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and part of the Healthcare Systems Engineering group His research interests span theoretical computational and applied aspects of mathematical programming focusing on multilevel stochastic optimization problems arising in public health policy making personalized medical decision making and healthcare delivery He is also interested in developing efficient algorithms for large scale combinatorial problems in bioinformatics His methods include integer programming combinatorial optimization stochastic programming bilevel programming quadratic programming and decomposition algorithms Prior to joining NC State Ozaltin was an Assistant Professor of Management Sciences at the University of Waterloo Canada His publications appeared in top academic journals including Operations Research and Mathematical Programming He received the distinguished Institute of Industrial Engineers Best Dissertation Award in 2013 for his work to optimize the annual influenza vaccine design Ozaltin s formal education began with a BS in Industrial Engineering from Bogazici University in Istanbul Turkey He then received his MS and PhD in Industrial Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh Areas of Interest Optimization of service systems particularly in health care vaccine design and supply chain public health policy making public service delivery disease management and treatment scheduling optimization of parameters in bioinformatics models decision making under uncertainty Selected Publications Ozaltin O Y Hunsaker B Schaefer A J 2011 Predicting the solution time of branch and bound algorithms for mixed integer programs INFORMS Journal on Computing 23 3 392 403 Ozaltin O Y Prokopyev O A Schaefer A J Roberts M S 2010 Optimizing the Societal Benefits of the Annual Influenza Vaccine A Stochastic Programming Approach Operations Research 59 5 1131 1143 Ozaltin O

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