Engineering team working with Port of Alaska, stakeholders to assess operations, develop interactive portal
A Mizzou Engineering team is working with the Port of Alaska and its stakeholders to assess freight and fuel truck operations and develop an interactive digital communication portal for improving visibility into Port operations. Sharan Srinivas, assistant professor of industrial and systems engineering, received funding from the Alaska Department of Transportation (AKDOT) for the two-pronged project.
REU: Students study perspective analytics for AI-enabled operations engineering
Ten students spent 10 weeks at Mizzou Engineering this summer learning about artificial intelligence (AI) models and how to best analyze large data sets.
Mizzou Engineer outlines system to customize blood supply chain solutions
Blood supply chains can be complicated. On one hand, healthcare providers must make sure they have enough to meet demands, which can be unexpected. On the other hand, roughly 20 million donated platelets are discarded each year because they expire before they’re needed.
Industrial Engineering students take honors at CELDi Research Symposium
Industrial and systems engineering (ISE) students took top honors for work around intelligent decision-making systems and optimizing manufacturing processes at the annual Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi) Research Symposium.
Mizzou Engineering launching new REU focused on AI, prescriptive analytics
Undergraduate students interested in emerging technologies are invited to apply for a new immersive research program at Mizzou.
Industrial engineers analyze perceptions of insurance industry
Despite their catchy commercials, insurance companies have a public relations problem. Numerous studies have shown that general perceptions of the industry are negative. Now, a team of Mizzou researchers have used their industrial engineering expertise to find out why.
Mizzou Engineers edit book on supply chain analytics
Two Mizzou Engineers edited a book addressing supply chain problems, analytical methods and case studies over recent years.
Research team uses New York City taxi data, machine learning to predict demand for air taxi services
Researchers studied the potential demand for air taxi services in New York City.
Going up with air taxi service
Flying cars are closer than ever to being a reality. But with this new technology comes operational questions that Suchithra Rajendran is attempting to answer.