Hyeong Suk Na
E3437B Lafferre Hall
Hyeong Suk Na is an assistant professor in the University of Missouri Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering and leads the Smart, Sustainable, and Resilient Systems (SSRS) Laboratory at the University of Missouri. Prior to joining Mizzou, he was an Ervin Pietz assistant professor in the Industrial Engineering Department at South Dakota School of Mines. His research interests include large-scale stochastic optimization, stochastic networks and simulation modeling, artificial intelligence and machine learning, emergency management, and traffic operations and control. His research outcomes have been published in many leading journals such as Computers and Industrial Engineering, IISE Transactions, Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Safety Science, and Socio-Economic Planning Sciences. His work has been supported by various organizations including the National Science Foundation, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the South Dakota Board of Regents, and the South Dakota Mines Foundation. He has a strong record of teaching various courses in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research.
Ph.D. from Pennsylvania State University
MS from Texas A&M University
BS, MEng from Inha University