Coming into the ISE department as a Systems Engineering and Design, RuthAnn Haefli may have been conflicted about what her secondary field option would be, but because of her experience with computer-assisted design (CAD) she knew systems engineering and design was the perfect fit
Professor Richard Sowers and graduate student Daniel Carmody have developed a new computer algorithm that will help city planners and others confront the issue of increased traffic congestion from rideshare services and autonomous vehicles.
How do the winged wheels on the upper corners of the Transportation Building relate to ISE research? This five-part story explains.
Green is the color of both money and the environment, but the two are not mutually exclusive, says Harrison Kim, ISE professor.
For the past six years, ISE professor Carolyn Beck has been probing how epidemic processes work, and her models can be applied to diseases of all types, as well as to computer viruses or even the spread of “fake news.”
Stolyar is one of the country’s leading experts in the stability of queues, or jobs lined up to be processed by servers.
In a real hospital setting, this team communication must be clear and coordinated, or the consequences can be fatal, says Abigail Wooldridge.
Chen has been developing mathematical models that can help JD.com balance the inventory of its new stores, known as 7 Fresh, so it can meet the needs of both online and in-store purchases.
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Professor William Norris has been contracted by the US Army Corps of Engineers Engineer Research and Development Center Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) to develop autonomous construction systems for use on the battlefield
SpaceX isn’t the only Elon Musk company Darragh has spent time with; twice, he has interned at Tesla, where he worked in the world renowned “Gigafactory”
ISE Professor Lavanya Marla and collaborators used artificial intelligence to design a customized pricing model for airline customers.
ISE Professor Kesh Kesavadas is developing an improved VR for medical training