Senior Design Capstone Presentations: Fall 2015

At the end of every semester, the Senior Design Capstone class presents their semester-long projects.

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This semester’s projects included:

Allflex: Waste Time Reduction

Self-Sustaining Organic Gardening System

Triumph Aerostructures: Consolidated Business Systems Toolkit

Universal Trucking Inc.: Making it Fit

Siemens: Kitting Area Optimization

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The Allflex team: Aaron Alagar and Lennett Cruz

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Self-Sustaining Organic Gardening System Team: (LtoR Gabriella Tchombe, Mitra SIngh, Suat Kucukay, and Murat Kucukay

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The Triumph Aerostructures Team: April Shortt, Cailin Bertucci, Rania Malkawi and Yara Hussein

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The Universal Trucking Team: Stephen Holcomb, Justin Janiga, Khubaib Bari, and Davis Hoang

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The Siemens Team: Sabu Kandel, Sarmila Acharya, Priyadarsini Subramanian, Bryan Shiroma, and Quy Nguyen

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PhD Seminar Series

Every week, the IMSE Department hosts a PhD Seminar Series with featured presenters, including professors, industry leaders, and our own PhD students.

This semester, the seminars have included:

  • Dr. Shouyi Wang, IMSE Assistant Professor: “Data Mining and Pattern Learning for Personalized Healthcare Decision-Making Systems” and “An Efficient Time Series Subsequence Pattern Mining and Prediction Framework with an Application to Respiratory Motion Prediction”
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Dr. Shouyi Wang presents at the first IMSE PhD Seminar for Fall 2015.
  • Dr. Jay Rosenberger, IMSE Associate Professor and director of COSMOS: “Mixed integer linear programming approaches for land use planning that limit urban sprawl”
  • Dr. Sheik Imrhan, IMSE Associate Professor: “Ergonomics Research, focusing on the kinematics of manual tasks”
  • Dr. Nedialko Dimitrov, UT Austin Assistant Professor in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering: “Mapping Risk of Mosquito-Borne Diseases in Texas”
  • Dr. Brian Huff, IMSE Associate Professor: “The Use of Auto Model Generation Techniques to Support the Modeling and Analysis in Discrete-Event Systems”
  • Dr. Aera LeBoulluec, IMSE Senior Lecturer
  • Antonia Alanis, IMSE PhD student under Dr. Rosenberger: “Mathematical Optimization Techniques for Selective Catalytic Reduction for a Fleet of Power Plants”
  • Yeqing Li, CSE PhD student: “Iterative Data Imputation for Adaptive Pain Management”
  • Rohit Rawat, EE PhD student: “Two-stage Feature Selection for Efficient Modeling of Pain Management Data”
  • Dr. Bill Corley, IMSE Professor: “A Brief Introduction to Game Theory Old and New”
  • Sam Okate, IMSE PhD student: “Evaluating the Impacts of the “Internet of Things” to Reduce Runway Incursions and Understanding the How, Why, and When”
  • Steve Kiester, an industry leader from Bell Helicopter: “Essentials of Entry-level Project Management”

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    Steve Kiester, an industry leader from Bell Helicopter, presents at the last IMSE PhD Seminar for Fall 2015