U-M IOE’s Xiuli Chao and Brian Denton have been elected as INFORMS fellows for the class of 2019.
Xiuli Chao and Brian Denton elected as INFORMS Fellows
Xiuli Chao receives funding to improve the efficiencies of sharing economy
U-M IOE professor, Xiuli Chao, receives funding from Didi for a project focused on improving the efficiencies of sharing economy through enhanced matching and contract design.
Mitigating uncertainties in remote computer numerical control using data-driven transfer learning
U-M IOE’s Raed Al Kontar receives research funding from Cyber-physical Systems, a National Science Foundation program, for a project centered on the refinement of computer numerical control as a cloud service.
Two new IOE associate chair positions created
Two new associate chair positions have been created to provide oversight and administrative leadership to IOE’s undergraduate and graduate programs.
Leia Stirling joins the Industrial and Operations Engineering faculty
Leia Stirling will join the U-M IOE faculty as an associate professor this fall.
Jon Lee selected for Centre de Recherches Mathématiques Scholar-in-Residence Program
U-M IOE’s Jon Lee, has been selected as a Simons CRM Professor by The Centre de Recherches Mathématiques (CRM).
Talking with touch
Nadine Sarter is pioneering the use of tactile interfaces to build better conversations between machines and humans
Sarah Jane Bork and Joi Mondisa win American Society for Engineering Education student paper award
U-M IOE researcher, Sarah Jane Bork, and assistant professor, Joi Mondisa, have won the 2019 American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Graduate Studies Division Best Student Paper Award.
Don Chaffin honors late friend, mentor and colleague, Walton Hancock
U-M Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) professor emeritus, Don Chaffin, shares his memories of the late Walton Hancock — former chair and professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering, and associate dean of the College of Engineering.
How to hack your deadline: Admit it’s uncertain
Two simple steps can take the fear out of drop-dead dates.
Seth Guikema and Thomas Chen win U.S. Public Health Service Engineering literary award
U-M IOE’s Seth Guikema and Thomas Chen have won the 2019 Robert C Williams Engineering Literary Award from the U.S. Public Health Service.
Siqian Shen receives funding from Ford to design integrated ridesharing and goods delivery system
U-M IOE associate professor, Siqian Shen, has received research funding from Ford to explore how mathematical optimization and operations research approaches can improve services that integrate ridesharing with goods delivery.
Jessie Yang receives funding from Dell for analysis of online user-generated data
U-M IOE assistant professor, Jessie Yang, has received research funding from Dell Inc. for sentiment analysis of online user-generated data for business intelligence enrichment.
Xiuli Chao and Ruiwei Jiang receive MCubed funding for data-driven optimization of online retailing
Two U-M Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) researchers have received MCubed funding from the University of Michigan for work on data-driven optimization for online retailing.
U-M receives U.S. Department of Transportation funding to reduce urban traffic congestion
Three U-M engineers receive funding from USDOT Center for Connected Automated Transportation (CCAT) for a two-year collaborative research project that aims to reduce traffic congestion.
Ruiwei Jiang receives National Science Foundation Career Award
Ruiwei Jiang, U-M IOE assistant professor, receives a National Science Foundation (NSF) Career Award for his work in operations research.