IEM student Enrico Laoh received the Roy and Virginia Dorrough Distinguished Graduate Fellowship
Monday, November 6, 2023
Industrial Engineering and Management (IEM) Ph.D. student Enrico Laoh received the Roy and Virginia Dorrough Distinguished Graduate Fellowship.
His research focus is to develop explainable artificial intelligence (XAI) frameworks and methodologies to support high-stake decision-making systems. He is especially interested in building interpretable machine learning models, incorporating human capability limitations, and designing human-ai collaborative decision-making systems to improve decision quality and adaptability.
Before joining the IEM department, he was a junior lecturer and researcher at the University of Indonesia. His works published at the high-impact academic journals like the Journal of Big Data and various IEEE proceedings. Recently, he received the Roy and Virginia Dorrough Distinguished Graduate Fellowship, and the INFORMS Student Chapter Award during his leadership service as the chapter’s president. Additionally, he is one of the Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Scholar at the Spears School of Business. His visionary goal is to integrate the strengths of artificial intelligence and human expertise to enhance efficiency and effectiveness across diverse industries and systems.