Lu Bai, ASOS research team graduate research assistant, successfully defended her thesis on Friday, December 13, 2019.
Thesis Title: “Machine Learning Applications to Predict Road Crash and Soccer Game Outcomes”
- Dr. Gokhan Egilmez (Co-Adviser), Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Taglietela College of Engineering, University of New Haven.
- Dr. Ridvan Gedik, (Co-Adviser),Assistant Professor of Management, Quinnipiac University
- Dr. Ceyda Mumcu, Associate Professor of Sports Management, University of New Haven
- Dr. Nadiye O. Erdil, Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Taglietela College of Engineering, University of New Haven.
Her presentation can be accessed at this Link
We congratulate Lu, and wish her best of luck in her future endeavors!
ASOS attended the Decision Science Institute’s 50th meeting in New Orleans, LA. Dr. Egilmez gave two research presentations on Saturday November 23rd and Monday November 25th, 2019 as follows:
- An Integrated MRIO And DEA Approach for Renewable and Nonrenewable Energy Analysis of The U.S. Manufacturing [Presentation]
- Project-based Service-learning Integration in Data Analytics and Statistics Courses [Presentation] [Conference Paper]
Dr. Gedik gave the following research presentation: “Predicting Severity and Investigating Risk Factors of Traffic Crashes in Connecticut” on Monday, November 25th, 2019.
DSI 2019, New Orleans, LA
US Manufacturing Industries’ Global Energy Use Analysis
Service-learning projects completed at University of New Haven
ASOS research team graduate research assistants presented their posters at the Spring 2019 Graduate Student Showcase of the University of New Haven on April 2, 2019. Lu and Shyam’s poster information are as follows.
Lu Bai, MS Industial Engineering, Poster title: “Predicting Severity of Traffic Crashes in Connecticut” [PDF]
Shyam Lamichane, MS Industrial Engineering, Poster title: “Benchmarking OECD Countries Sustainable Development Performance: A Goal-Specific PCA Approach” [PDF]
Shyam Lamichane, Graduate Student Showcase, Spring 2019, University of New Haven
We would like to thank them for their hard-work, strong ownership and devotion to these research projects.