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Graduate Seminars Autumn 2021

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 591 schedule

Quarter:
Autumn 2021 
Time:
Tuesdays, 1:30 p.m. - 2:20 p.m.
Location:
MEB 245
 
Date Speaker
October 5

Dr. Zelda Zabinsky, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

A Global Perspective on Optimization

October 12

Dr. Youngjun Choe, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

Data Science for Assessing Disaster Impacts and Recovery

October 19

Dr. Shan Liu, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

Operations Research in Healthcare: Models and Insights to Improve Healthcare Interventions and Policies

October 26

Dr. Christina Mastrangelo, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

Obsolescence Management for Life-Long Systems 

November 2

Dr. Chiwei Yan, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

Statistical Efficiency of Travel Time Prediction

November 9

Dr. Shuai Huang, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

Optimal Expert Knowledge Elicitation for Bayesian Network Structure Identification

November 16

Dr. Thomas Furness, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

The Past, Present and Future of Virtual Reality

November 23

Dr. Ji-Eun Kim, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

Modeling Student Performance under Deadlines

November 30

Dr. Ashis Banerjee, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

Persistent Feature Extraction Using Topological Data Analysis

December 7

Dr. Prashanth Rajivan, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Washington

Modeling Socio-Cognitive Factors of Decision Making in Phishing Attacks