MET DSLab Presents Research at the Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference in Atlanta

Ten research assistants accompanied MET Decision Sciences Research Laboratory (DSLab) Director John Maleyeff to the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI) annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia (November 17-20).  They participated in five presentations at this international conference of decision science academics and practitioners. Here is the list of presentations:

  • Liying (Zoe) Zhang and Ruthairut (Ruth) Wootisarn made a presentation entitled “A Simheuristic Approach for Repair Kit Inventory Policy Creation,” which was co-authored by DSLab researcher Xueying (Jocelyn) Wang, who also attended the conference. Other co-authors were Jia (Frannie) Fang and Yugesh Asokan, who were unable to attend.
  • Tianyu (Rainy) Xu made a presentation entitled “Validation for Risk Severity Planning System with Multicollinear and Autoregressive Inputs, ” which was co-authored by Jingyu (Bonnie) Wang and Tianyuan (Terry) Liu, who were unable to attend. This work was associated with the ongoing MBTA Winter Storm Planning System project.
  • Hanyi (Hani) Zheng, Zhilin (Charlie) Liu, and Yucheng (Camille) Yao made a presentation entitled “Decision Support Model for Ranking Risk Management Approaches,” which took place in a session that was moderated by Jingyi (Jean) Wu.
  • Jae Yoon (Jake) Hwang made a presentation entitled “A Customer Service Personnel Training Application for Time-Dependent Urgency Decision Making,” which was co-authored by Xinran (Siana) Yu and Rainy Xu, who also attend the conference.
  • Maleyeff made a presentation entitled “Climate Change Risk Assessment for a University Campus,” which was co-authored by DSLab researchers Jiaoxue (Michelle) Liu, Yujue (Caroline) Tan, Maria Kristina, and Prof. Dave Weidman, who were unable to attend.  This project was funded by a grant awarded the BU Institute for Global sustainability.

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