Perspective from engineers with experience in the auto industry.
Why automakers could pivot to making ventilators
Stronger, faster, further
Charting a path to powered exoskeletons: A Q&A with Leia Stirling
Amy Cohn receives MDHHS funding to improve hospital staffing
U-M IOE professor, Amy Cohn, has received funding from MDHHS to improve staffing and safety issues within Michigan’s state hospital system using simulation tools and optimization techniques.
Qi Luo receives INFORMS-Sim best student paper award
U-M IOE PhD candidate, Qi Luo, receives PhD Colloquium Best Student Paper Award at the INFORMS Simulation Society’s annual Winter Simulation Conference.
How self-driving car subsidies could carry us through the ‘dark age’ of deployment
A game-theory approach identifies which policy could support autonomous vehicles’ market penetration—and environmental benefits
IOE students recognized by the Society for Risk Analysis
Two U-M IOE graduate students were recently recognized by the Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) with student merit awards.
Viswanath Nagarajan receives NSF funding to research a new class of stochastic optimization problems
U-M IOE Assistant Professor Viswanath Nagarajan has received NSF funding to explore models and algorithms for stochastic covering problems in the presence of noisy outcomes.
Seth Guikema elected President of the Society for Risk Analysis
U-M IOE Associate Professor Seth Guikema has been elected President of the Society for Risk Analysis, an international community with over 2,000 members.
IOE Advisory Board achieves goal in first fundraising effort
U-M IOE professor and chair, Brian Denton, explains the role of the IOE Advisory Board and highlights their recent fundraising efforts.
Xiuli Chao receives funding from J&J to develop algorithms for continuous production process
U-M IOE’s Xiuli Chao receives funding from Johnson & Johnson for a project centered on developing optimization algorithms to improve continuous production process.
Joi Mondisa receives National Science Foundation Career Award
U-M IOE Assistant Professor Joi Mondisa has received a National Science Foundation Career Award for her research in mentoring practices that help minoritized undergraduate students persist in STEM.
IOE alum Craig Russell receives 2019 Alumni Merit Award
U-M IOE alumnus Craig Russell is the recipient of the 2019 Alumni Merit Award for personifying the College of Engineering’s tradition of excellence.
U-M HFES Student Chapter and IOE students recognized at HFES annual meeting
HFES recently recognized the U-M student chapter, Yifan Li, Kamolnat Tabattanon and several other U-M IOE students and alumni for their contributions to human factors and ergonomics.
U-M INFORMS Student Chapter and Ruiwei Jiang awarded at INFORMS Annual Meeting
At the recent INFORMS Annual Meeting, the U-M INFORMS student chapter and U-M IOE Assistant Professor Ruiwei Jiang were recognized for their work in operations research and the management sciences.
Clive D’Souza Awarded by the Council for Disability Concerns
U-M IOE Assistant Professor Clive D’Souza was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by the Council for Disability Concerns.
What humans want, in an automated car
U-M researchers examined how a person’s perception of safety in an autonomous vehicle was influenced by its “personality” traits.