Karmel is a Ph. D. candidate whose primary research interests lie in scheduling theory and algorithms and in the application of mathematical programming, primarily (mixed) integer programming, to healthcare optimization problems under uncertainty and competition of multiple objectives. She focuses on developing a unified operations research framework for the optimization and personalization of outpatient procedures scheduling under uncertainty and in improving risk detection and communication to reduce hospital-acquired conditions and improving medical decision through cognition, technology, and communication.
Academic Advisors: Amy Cohn, Ruiwei Jiang
Position sought: Academic
Expected Graduation: 2019
Student Lecturer (Winter 2018): IOE 543 – Scheduling