Hurricane Michael strengthens to Category 2, on collision course with Florida Gulf Coast
IOE Associate Professor Seth Guikema’s hurricane power outage forecast is a source in the Washington Post.
Meet the woman in Charge of Building the Best-Selling Pickup Truck in America
Toyota’s vision of autonomous cars is not exactly driverless
Professor Emeritus of Industrial and Operations Engineering Jeff Liker is mentioned in an article about Toyota’s autonomous vehicles.
The Latest: 5.4M people under hurricane watches, warnings
Associate Professor of IOE and CEE Seth Guikema discusses the impact of Hurricane Florence.
Tesla is building Model 3s in a tent. Elon Musk says it’s ‘pretty sweet’; expert calls it ‘insanity’
Jeff Liker, IOE professor emeritus, is quoted.
‘We are the forgotten people’: It’s been almost six months since Hurricane Maria, and Puerto Ricans are still dying
Seth Guikema, associate IOE and CEE professor, is quoted.
One-size may not fit all: wheelchair and scooter users compare the usability of different public bus layouts
Clive D’Souza, IOE Assistant Professor, looks at bus accessibility to riders who use wheelchairs or scooters in an article featured by the National Rehabilitation Information Center.
University collaborates on healthcare research into worker injury
Brian Denton, IOE professor, discusses a two-year research project with the goal of optimizing health care plans and return-to-work times for employees on injury or sick leave.
New app reinvents University bus system to be more like Uber
Pascal Van Hentenryck, Industrial and Operations Engineering Professor, discusses the Reinventing Urban Transportation and Mobility (RITMO) project, which aims to revolutionize public transit through an online app that turns transportation into an on-demand service.
Handovers during anesthesia care: patient safety risk or opportunity for improvement?
Dr. James Bagian, IOE Professor and Director of the Center for Healthcare Engineering and Patient Safety (CHEPS), wrote an invited editorial which is published in the January 9, 2018 issue of The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).