Dr. Halit Uster receives prestigious NSF grant for disaster response logistics
Emergency logistics has largely overlooked the important interdependence between evacuation (demand) and relief (supply) sides. This grant investigates such integration from the perspective of both cost- and operation-effectiveness in emergency preparedness planning.
EMIS Assistant Professor Dr. Miju Ahn receives competitive NSF grant for predictive modeling using big data
This award reflects NSF's statutory mission and has been deemed worthy of support through evaluation using the Foundation's intellectual merit and broader impacts review criteria.
EMIS PhD student Niloofar Fadavi receives prestigious CSE scholarship awarded by the Center for Research Computing and the Moody School of Graduate and Advanced Studies
Niloofar's dissertation is on the development of solution methods for large-scale stochastic convex programming problems with recourse. Her research includes the design of data-driven algorithms, their theoretical analysis, and computational implementation.