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Graduate seminar series

The graduate seminar series occurs autumn, winter, and spring quarter. The seminars feature lectures on current research within the field of industrial and systems engineering. MSIE and Ph.D. students are required to register for the entire seminar series (3 credits total).

IND E 593 schedule

Spring 2017
Tuesdays, 1:30pm – 2:20pm
MEB 235 (unless specified)
Date Speaker
Mar. 28, 2017 Gang Luo, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Biomedical Informatics and Medical Education, University of Washington
Automating machine learning model building with big clinical data
Apr. 4, 2017 Ornwipa "Fah" Thamsuwan, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, University of Washington
Objective methods for characterizing exposures to physical risk factors which may contribute to musculoskeletal disorders in apple harvesting
Wednesday, Apr. 5, 2017
MEB 106
Irina Dolinsakaya, Ph.D.
Associate Program Director, Division of Civil, Mechanical & Manufacturing Innovation, National Science Foundation
(1) Modeling and Solution of Adaptive Transportation Science and Logistics Problems; and (2) Navigating NSF: Funding Opportunities, Proposal Preparation, and the Merit Review Process
Apr. 11, 2017 Satish Bukkapatnam, Ph.D.
Professor, Industrial & Systems Engineering, Texas A&M University
Apr. 18, 2017 Thomas Rothvoss, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Math and Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington
Apr. 25, 2017 Fang Han, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Statistics, University of Washington
Minimax risk bounds for piecewise constant models
May 2, 2017 Diego Martinez, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Fellow, Emergency Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University
How systems engineering can help fix health care
May 9, 2017 Ruiwei Jiang, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Industrial & Operations Engineering, University of Michigan
Ambiguous risk constraints with moment and unimodality information
May 16, 2017 Sen Yang, Ph.D.
Staff Engineer, Alibaba Group
May 23, 2017 Yandong Wang, Ph.D.
May 30, 2017 Baosen Zhang, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, University of Washington