Members

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Dr. Gokhan Egilmez, Co-founder

Dr. Gokhan Egilmez (CV) serves as associate professor in the department of Mechanical, and Industrial Engineering at University of New Haven . He previously worked as assistant professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at North Dakota State University between 2013 and 2015, and postdoctoral research associate in the Dept. of Civil, Environmental and Construction Engineering at University of Central Florida in 2013. Gokhan obtained his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical and Systems Engineering and M.S. degrees in ‘Industrial and Systems Engineering’ and ‘Civil Engineering’ at Ohio University between 2007 and 2012. [Blog , Twitter]

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Dr. Ridvan Gedik,  Co-founder

Ridvan Gedik is an assistant professor of management at Quinnpiac University. He received his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arkansas. He holds a B.S. and M.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey and the University of Arkansas, respectively. Prior to joining the University of New Haven, he worked as a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Mississippi State University (MSSTATE) where he taught engineering classes in the Fall 2014. He later served as an assistant research professor in the Institute for Systems Engineering Research (ISER), jointly established by MSSTATE and the U.S. Army’s Engineer Research and Development Center.

His primary research interests include developing efficient solution techniques for large-scale optimization problems in the application areas of healthcare, transportation, homeland security and supply chain. He is also interested in developing intelligent decision making algorithms in production and manufacturing environments. Ridvan’s teaching interests include supply chain management, transportation and operations research. He has also taught engineering statistics, production control systems, and simulation. He is a member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) and the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE).

Postdoctoral Researchers

Dr. Fengwen Huang, Visiting Scholar, Spring, 2017 – Spring 2018

Dr. Fengwen is a professor of Shanghai Technical College of Urban Management. Shanghai, China. His research interest mainly focuses on investigation on environmental problems such as low carbon economy and green architecture.

Graduate Research Assistants

Current Members

Brooks Bradbury

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Brooks is an undergraduate Industrial and Management Engineering student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He joined ASOS for the fall 2019 term to conduct research on the comparative eco-efficiency analysis of OECD countries’ energy consumption.

Lu Bai, MS Industrial Engineering, Fall, 2018 – Present

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Lu Bai joined MS Industrial Engineering program in Fall 2018. She is working on the applications of statistical learning and data mining models to the Crash Databases to learn more about how to make our roads and transportation activities safer. 

Past Members

Shyam Lamichane, MS Industrial Engineering, Fall, 2017 – Summer 2019

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Shyam’s research was focused on developing a composite sustainable development index by using Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and similar methods to assess the sustainable development performance of OECD countries.

Mustafa Saber, MS, Industrial Engineering, Spring 2017- Fall, 2018

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Mustafa is a graduate of MS Industrial Engineering program. His research was focused on extending the application of multi region input output (MRIO) analysis on the U.S. economy and its global supply chains. He is working on developing a framework to merge the MRIO model with RECIPE to perform the end point and emergy impact assessment.

Bahadir Ezici, MS,  Industrial Engineering, Summer 2017- Fall, 2018

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Bahadir joined MS Industrial Engineering program in Spring 2017. His research focused on dynamic energy footprint assessment and eco-efficiency analysis of U.S. manufacturing industries.

Sai Tarun Kosaraju, MS, Industrial Engineering, Spring 2017 – Summer, 2018

Tarun is a graduate of MS Industrial Engineering program. His research was focused on developing a Stochastic Genetic Algorithm approach for cell loading problem to minimizing the number of risky jobs in a jewelry manufacturing system.

Rosemonde Ausseil, MS, Industrial Engineering, Fall 2016 – Spring, 2018

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Rosemonde is graduate of the MS Industrial Engineering program. She worked with Dr. Gedik on US Army Funded project, entitled “Identifying Noise Level in Military Logistics under Anti-Access \ Area-Denial Environment”.  She is accepted in PhD program of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Mohammad A. Vohora, MS, Industrial Engineering, Spring 2017 – Spring, 2018

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Mohammad Arshil Vohora is a Spring ’18 graduate of MS Industrial Engineering program. He is also working as a Continuous Improvement Intern at Unicorr Packaging Group. He holds a Bachelors Degree and Associate Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Gujarat Technological University. He is certified Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt and pursuing the Lean Six Sigma Green Belt at QPS Inc, Massachusetts. His research was focused on Application of Data Analytics and Data Mining to Connecticut Crash Database. Arshil is currently working as Continuous improvement Engineer at Unicorr Packaging Group, Norwalk, Connecticut.

Darshan Kalathia (2015-2016)

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Darshan was awarded an M.S. degree in Industrial Engineering at Fall 2016. During his time at ASOS Lab, he worked on developing a constraint programming model and conducted statistical tests to identify the best scheduling/sequencing decisions of nonidentical jobs with sequence and machine dependent setup times on unrelated parallel machines. Darshan is currently working as Deployment Engineer at Amazon Robotics, Baltimore, MA.

Bhaveshbhai Panchani (2016-2017)

Bhavesh graduated with an M.S. degree in Industrial Engineering and was awarded the outstanding graduate student of the academic year 2017. He completed a research project that aimed to determine the most efficient way of scheduling unrelated jobs on dissimilar parallel machines. Bhavesh is a production engineer at Prime resources Corporation, CT.  

Omid M. Arani (2016-2017)

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Omid M. Arani is a graduate of Industrial Engineering Master’s program, at University of New Haven. Omid worked on developing an integrating inventory control decisions into metal powder plant simulation models to improve the production and customer order cycle times, while reducing the cost of inventory management. Omid is currently working as Quality Assessment specialist at Arizona Canning Company, LLC. 

Mana Vahid (2016-2017)

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Mana is a graduate of MS Industrial Engineering program, at University of New Haven. She worked on developing optimization methods to design a cellular layout for a flux and paste production shop and test it with discrete event simulation modeling. Mana is currently working as Data Analyst at Edgewell Personal Care.

Kadhim Abbood (Fall 2015- Fall 2016)

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Kadhim Abbood is a MS graduate of Industrial Engineering at University of New Haven in Fall 2016. He worked on developing a stochastic multi region input output model to estimate carbon and energy footprint of U.S. manufacturing. His thesis is entitled “Multi-region Input-Output-based Carbon and Energy Footprint Analysis of U.S. Manufacturing”. Kadhim is currently employed by Government of Iraq.

Yong Shin Park (Fall 2013 – Spring 2016)

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Yong Shin is a Ph.D. candidate of Transportation & Logistics in North Dakota State University. He is currently research assistant for Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute. Prior to getting into Ph.D. program, he received Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering and Master’s Degree in Managerial Logistics at North Dakota State University. Currently, he worked on transportation focused sustainability assessment of U.S. manufacturing from a life cycle perspective. 

N. Muhammad Aslaam (Fall 2014- Spring 2016)

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Mohammad is a Ph.D. candidate of Transportation & Logistics program at North Dakota State University. He is currently working as research assistant in Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute. Prior to being enrolled in Ph.D. program, he received his Bachelor’s degree in Logistics and Transport from The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Malaysia and Master’s degree in Transportation Planning from Universiti Teknologi Malaysi, Malaysia. He has worked on transportation, supply chain and consumption related sustainability issues.

Samrat Singh (Fall 2014-Spring 2015)

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Samrat is a graduate assistant in the department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering at North Dakota State University. He worked as a teaching assistant for IME 480/680 Production and Inventory Control. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Industrial Engineering From Tribhuwan University, Nepal. He worked on developing integrated genetic algorithms and neural networks framework to optimize the heuristic parameters used for cellular manufacturing system design under stochastic demand and processing times. 

Undergraduate Research Assistants

Callia Ricozzi, Undergraduate Student, Mechanical Engineering, Summer, 2018

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Callia joined ASOS research lab in Summer 2018. Her research project is funded by University of New Haven, Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program, and she will work on developing a mixed-methods research framework to assess the supply chain resilience of the manufacturing industry of Connecticut. 

Alec Andrulat, Fall 2016 – Spring 2017

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Alec is a recent graduate of System Engineering undergraduate program at University of New Haven. He currently works at Sikorsky Aircraft. He worked on manufacturing simulation modeling project with the Inventec Performance Chemicals and educational gamification projects.

Ian Schnepf, Fall 2016

Ian is a recent graduate of System Engineering undergraduate program at University of New Haven. He worked in the manufacturing simulation modeling project group with the Inventec Performance Chemicals in Fall 2016.

Owen T. Johnson, Summer 2016

Owen is a senior Chemical Engineering student at University of New Haven. He worked on sustainability assessment of rare earth materials project in summer 2015 as part of Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships (SURF) program.

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