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Seminar Series

The School of Industrial Engineering and Management in conjunction with the OSU INFORMS Student Chapter sponsors a Seminar Series in the fall and spring semesters. Various topics are covered by speakers from OSU and other organizations. The seminars are held on Wednesdays from 2:30-3:30 pm during the spring semester. This semester, the seminars will be a mix of virtual and in-person. Seminar topics, location and a short abstract and bio about the presenters are posted below as it becomes available. If you are interested in attending a seminar, please contact us at for meeting details.


Spring 2022

Date Speaker/Institution Title
Dr. Robert Curry, United States Naval Academy Decomposition Methods for Solving Large-scale Dynamic Network Flow Optimization Problems
(in person, EN 310)
Dr. Linda Ng Boyle, University of Washington Assessing Operator Performance in Cars: Implications for Automated Vehicles
Dr. Esra Akbas, Oklahoma State University Graph Processing: From Algorithms to Applications
Dr. Kylie Gomes, MedStar Health Research Institute Patient Safety Risks during On-Demand Telehealth Referrals and Implications for Human Factors Research
Dr. Dionne Aleman, University of Toronto Prediction of Severe COVID-19 Infection at the Time of Testing: A Machine Learning Approach


Fall 2021

Date Speaker/Institution Title
10/20 Dr. Illya V. Hicks, Rice University Discrete Optimzation Techniques for Network Data Analysis
10/27 Dr. Michael C. Dorneich, Iowa State University A Virtual Reality Adaptive Training System for Stress Inoculation
11/10 Dr. Prabhakaran Balakrishnan, NSF Research Funding Opportunities: NSF IIS
11/17 Dr. Zheyu Jiang, Oklahoma State University Creating a Sustainable Manufacturing and Food Future via Process Systems Engineering Innovations
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