I am a Professor in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech.
My research interest centers on stochastic simulation, data-based decision-making, optimization via simulation, spatiotemporal monitoring, and applications of simulation and statistical methods to environmental management and manufacturing. I received INFORMS Simulation Society Outstanding Simulation Publication Award in 2006, the NSF Career Award in 2007, and the Harold W. Kuhn Award in 2013. I also received Class of 1934 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award in 2012.
- PhD, 2001, Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, Northwestern University
- MS, 1998, Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, Northwestern University
- BS, 1997, Industrial Management, KAIST
- 2015 – Present, Professor, Georgia Tech
- 2014 – 2017, Coca Cola Professorship, Georgia Tech
- 2007 – 2015, Associate Professor, Georgia Tech
- 2001 – 2007, Assistant Professor, Georgia Tech
- Stochastic simulation
- Data-based decision making
- Spatiotemporal monitoring
- Applications to environmental management and manufacturing
last updated 3/11/22