Sunday, April 30, 2017

April - Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan





April 1st Week (1 to 5 April)

Production/Manufacturing/Operations Management continued

Material Requirements Planning - Review Notes

Operations Scheduling - Review Notes


Financial Analysis - Review Notes

Operations Technology - Review Notes

Supply Chain Management



Understanding the Supply Chain
Supply Chain Performance: Achieving Strategic Fit

Supply Chain Drivers and Obstacles - Review Notes
Designing the Distribution Network in a Supply Chain


Facility Decisions: Network Design in the Supply Chain
Network Design in an Uncertain Environment

2nd Week

Demand Forecasting in a Supply Chain
Aggregate Planning in the Supply Chain - Review Notes

Planning Supply and Demand in the Supply Chain
Managing Economies of Scale in the Supply Chain

Managing Uncertainty in the Supply Chain: Safety Inventory
Determining Optimal Level of Product Availability

Sourcing Decisions in a Supply Chain
Transportation in the Supply Chain - Chopra and Meindl

Pricing and Revenue Management in the Supply Chain
Coordination in the Supply Chain - Review Notes

3rd Week

Information Technology and the Supply Chain
e-business and the Supply Chain


Financial Accounting

Accounting: The Language of Business
Measuring Income to Assess Performance - Review Notes

Recording Transactions - Review Notes
Accrual Accounting and Financial Statements - Revision

Statement of Cash Flows - Review Notes
Accounting for Sales - Review Notes

Inventories and Cost of Goods Sold - Review Notes
Long-Lived Assets and Depreciation - Review Notes

4th Week
Liabilities and Interest - Review Notes
Intercorporate Investments and Consolidations - Revision Notes

Financial Statement Analysis - Review Notes
Cost Measurement - Essential Activity of Industrial Engineering

Introduction to Cost Terms - Review Notes
Traditional Cost Objectives and Their Utility

Job Costing - Review Notes
Cost Allocation: Joint Products and By Products

Activity-Based Costing and Activity-Based Budgeting
Process Costing - Review Notes


One Year Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan

January - February - March - April - May - June

July - August - September - October - November - December



Updated 13 April 2017, 25 March 2016


One Year Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan






One Year Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan


January - February - March - April - May - June

July - August - September - October - November - December




Industrial engineering is staff service to managers. Industrial engineering is part of management activity. Managers have knowledge of industrial engineering and they know the potential of industrial engineering. Industrial engineers, industrial engineering profession and industrial engineering academic institutions and departments have to inform managers on a continuous basis the developments in industrial engineering and the increased potential of due to development of new methods, new techniques and tools.  Industrial engineers also have to know various management subjects so that they know their role in the management of the department for which they are given the responsibility for improving efficiency and productivity. In the initial months, management subjects are specified and then later the techniques of industrial engineering.

January


Principles of Management

February

Principles of Management

Marketing Management

March

Marketing Management

Operations Management

April

Operations Management

Supply Chain Management

Financial Accounting

Cost Accounting

May


Management Accounting

Organizational Behavior

June


Industrial Engineering - Introduction to  Basic Principles and Techniques

Engineering Economics

July

Scientific Management of Taylor  (17 articles)

12 Principles of Efficiency by Harrington Emerson

Value Engineering

August


Operation Analysis - Method Study - Methods Efficiency Engineering

September


Mathematics and Optimization

Application of Statistics for Cost Reduction and Productivity Improvement



October


Human Effort Engineering

Principles of Motion Economy - Motion Study

Ergonomics

Job Evaluation and Wage Incentives

Work Measurement 



November


Productivity Measurement

Work Measurement 

Cost Measurement

Productivity Management and Improvement


December


High Efficiency/Productivity Industrial Engineering - Minimum Inventory Systems
Comprehensive Applications Industrial Engineering - Recent Applications of Industrial Engineering - Recent Technology Developments


Updated  11 September 2016,  16 February  2016





Saturday, April 15, 2017

April - Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan with links







April 1st Week (1 to 5 April)

Production/Manufacturing/Operations Management continued

Material Requirements Planning - Review Notes

Operations Scheduling - Review Notes


Financial Analysis - Review Notes

Operations Technology - Review Notes

Supply Chain Management



Understanding the Supply Chain
Supply Chain Performance: Achieving Strategic Fit

Supply Chain Drivers and Obstacles - Review Notes
Designing the Distribution Network in a Supply Chain


Facility Decisions: Network Design in the Supply Chain
Network Design in an Uncertain Environment

2nd Week

Demand Forecasting in a Supply Chain
Aggregate Planning in the Supply Chain - Review Notes

Planning Supply and Demand in the Supply Chain
Managing Economies of Scale in the Supply Chain

Managing Uncertainty in the Supply Chain: Safety Inventory
Determining Optimal Level of Product Availability

Sourcing Decisions in a Supply Chain
Transportation in the Supply Chain - Chopra and Meindl

Pricing and Revenue Management in the Supply Chain
Coordination in the Supply Chain - Review Notes

3rd Week

Information Technology and the Supply Chain
e-business and the Supply Chain


Financial Accounting (Revision starts from 16 April)

Accounting: The Language of Business
http://nraomtr.blogspot.com/2011/12/accounting-language-of-business-review.html
Recording Transactions - Review Notes
http://nraomtr.blogspot.com/2011/12/recording-transactions-review-notes.html

Accrual Accounting and Financial Statements - Revision
http://nraomtr.blogspot.com/2011/12/accrual-accounting-and-financial_08.html
Measuring Income to Assess Performance - Review Notes
http://nraomtr.blogspot.com/2011/12/measuring-income-to-assess-performance.html





Statement of Cash Flows - Review Notes
Accounting for Sales - Review Notes

Inventories and Cost of Goods Sold - Review Notes
Long-Lived Assets and Depreciation - Review Notes

4th Week
Liabilities and Interest - Review Notes
Intercorporate Investments and Consolidations - Revision Notes

Financial Statement Analysis - Review Notes
Cost Measurement - Essential Activity of Industrial Engineering

Introduction to Cost Terms - Review Notes
Traditional Cost Objectives and Their Utility

Job Costing - Review Notes
Cost Allocation: Joint Products and By Products

Activity-Based Costing and Activity-Based Budgeting
Process Costing - Review Notes


One Year Industrial Engineering Knowledge Revision Plan

January - February - March - April - May - June

July - August - September - October - November - December



Updated 13 April 2017, 25 March 2016



Friday, April 14, 2017

Industrial Engineering and Ergonomics by Christopher M. Schlick - Book Information

Visions, Concepts, Methods and Tools: Festschrift in Honor of Professor Holger Luczak

Springer 2009
710 Pages

http://books.google.com/books?id=IV0Vw4nNAAoC


Table of Contents


Editorial xi

Contributors xliii

Part 1 Sectors, Value Networks and Communities


1 Innovation Through New Technologies Hans-Jorg Bullinger Joachim Warschat 3

2 Production Technology in High-Wage Countries - From Ideas of Today to Products of Tomorrow Fritz Klocke 13

3 Innovation Champions - Or How to Achieve (Global) Competitiveness,  Klaus Henning Andrea Huson 31

4 The Convergence Theory and the Good ICT Society - Trends and Visions, Gunilla Bradley 43

5 Community Ergonomics and Globalization: A Conceptual Model of Social Awareness, Michael J. Smith Antoinette Derjani-Bayeh (Deceased) Pascale Carayon 57

6 "Car Mechatronic" - An Open Approach for Designing a New European Core Occupational Profile, Georg Spöttl 67

Part 2 Enterprises and Companies


7 Performance Measurement from an Macroergonomics Perspective, Klaus J. link Sven Seibert 91

8 Technology Management, Dieter Spath Karl-Christof Renz Sven Seidenstricker 105

9 Success with Customer Inspiring Products - Monitoring, Assessment and Design of Perceived Product Quality, Robert Schmitt Tilo Pfeifer 117

10 Pattern Languages to Create a Holistic Methodology for Product Development and to Derive Enterprise-Specific Engineering Guidelines Jörg Feldhnsen Frederik Bungert 131

11 Reference Models - A Basis for Designing Efficient Technical Services Günther Schah Volker Stick Gerhard Gudergan 143

12 Service Modelling and Engineering in the Telematics Industry - The View from the Perspective of a Toll Service Provider Johannes Springer Karl-GerhardFreyer 151

13 MedicoErgonomics - A Human Factors Engineering Approach for the Healthcare Sector Wolfgang Friesdorf Ingo Marsolek 165

14 The Impact ofErgonomics Ernst A.P. Koningsveld 177

15 Effect Chains - A Method for Analysing Qualitative Effects in Occupational Health and Safety at Work Martin Schmauder Hanka Hoffmann 197

16 Multi-Perspective IT Evaluation Tool for Shift Schedules Peter Knauth Patric C. Gauderer Kathrin Elmerich Dorothee Karl 211

17 Organizational Change and Occupational Health - Towards a Resource-Based Change Management Karlheinz Sonntag Alexandra Michel 221

18 Designing Organizational Oblivion Sebastiano Bagnara Roberto Montanari Simone Pozzi 233

Part 3 Cooperation in Work Groups

19 Goal Setting: Basic Findings and New Developments at the Team Level Jürgen Wegge Klaus-Helmut Schmidt Julia Hoch 245

20 Simulation of Collaborative Product Development Processes Using Agent-Based Modeling Xiaodong Zhang Yu Yang 255

21 Integrated Modeling of Work Processes and Decisions in Chemical Engineering Design Wolfgang Marquardt Manfred Thei?en 265

22 Serious Gaming: The Impact of Pervasive Gaming in Business and Engineering Matthias Jarke Markns Klann Wolfgang Prinz 281

Part 4 Holistic Activities and Work Forms


23 Use of Design Equations for Analyzing User Requirements in Process Control Martin G. Helander Shuan Lo 295

24 Action Regulation Theory: Are the Characteristics of Well Designed Tasks Valid for Interactive Jobs as Well? - The Concept of Two-dimensional Task Identity in Interactive Work Winfried Hacker Marlen Melzer 311

25 Evaluation of the Quality of Job Design with the Action-Oriented Software Tool REBA- Recent Developments and Applications Peter Richter Uwe Debitz Andreas Pohlandt 321

26 How Can Creativity Be Promoted Within the Framework of Vocational Training and Further Education? Uwe Andreas Michelsen 335

Part 5 Workplaces


27 Complexity in Ergonomics Matthias Göbel 347

28 Principles, Methods arid Examples of Ergonomics Research and Work Design Helmut Strasser 363

29 Modular Concepts of Integrating Ergonomics into Production Processes Ralph Bruder Holger Rademacher Karlheinz Schaub Christophe Geiss 383

30 Methods for Measuring Mental Stress and Strain Martin Schütte 395

31 Ergonomics and Human Factors: Methodological Considerations About Evidence Based Design of Work Systems Kamiel Vanwonterghem 413

32 Comparison of Ergonomic Risk Assessment Methodology with an Example of a Repetitive Sawmill Board Edger Occupation Shrawan Kumar Troy Jones 427

33 Work Science and Aviation Safety Heinz Bartsch 441

34 Development of Theory and Practice in Ergonomics Vladimir M. Munipov 455

35 Accessibility in Infonnation Technology Ahmet E. Cakir 469

36 Ergonomics and Design Heiner Bubb Birgit Spanner-Ulmer 481

37 Design of Visual and Auditory Human-Machine Interfaces with User Participation and Knowledge Support Gunnar Johannsen 499

38 Human-Computer Interaction in Aerial Surveillance Tasks Ludger Schmidt Daniel Ley 511

39 Implicit Interaction in Multimodal Human-Machine Systems Matthias Rotting Thorsten Zander Sandra Tröosterer Jeronimo Dzaaclt 523

Part 6 Sensorimotor Control of Tools

40 Design and Evaluation of an Augmented Vision System for Self-Optimizing Assembly Cells Christopher M. Schlick Barbara Odenthal Marcel Ph. Mayer Jan A. Neuhöfer Morten Grandt Bernhard Kausch Susanne Mütze-Niewöhner 539

41 Visual Ergonomic Issues of LCD Displays - An Insight into Working Conditions and User Characteristics Martina Ziefle 561

42 Forty Years of Research on System Response Times - What Did We Learn from It? Wolfram Boucsein 575

43 Productivity Improvement with Snap-Fit Systems, Kurt Landau Uwe Landau Homed Salmanzadeh 595

44 Developing Seating Designs that Support Traditional Japanese Sitting Postures Kageyu Noro 609

45 Finger Fatigue: Blockings and Approximate Kinematic Invariances, Herbert Never 621

Part 7 Autonomous Organismic Systems


46 Neurobehavioral Tests as Evaluation of Neurotoxically Induced Impairments of Health Andreas Seeber 633

Supervised Theses 643

Publications of Professor Doktor-Ingenieur Holger Luczak 649

Index 691
Original knol - http://knol.google.com/k/narayana-rao/industrial-engineering-and-ergonomics/2utb2lsm2k7a/ 3194


I came across the google book again today (17 April 2017). The topics are interesting and I want to read some papers.

Updated 17 April 2017, 14 April 2012

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Cost Measurement - Essential Activity of Industrial Engineering




Cost Measurement and Analysis-A Necessary Part of Industrial Engineering Education & Training

Balbinder S. Deo and Doug Strong
Balbinder S. Deo, Assistant Professor, Department of Finance & Management Science,
College of Commerce, University of Saskatchewan, 25 Campus Drive, Saskatoon, SK,
Canada S7N 5A7.
Doug Strong, Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Manitoba,
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada R3T 5V6.

Some Important Points made in the paper.


One of the basic duties of Industrial Engineering professionals is to make improvements in operations, and systems of operations, to reduce the cost of operations.

Two assumptions play a major role in promoting the use of physical measures of productivity.


1. There exists an inverse relationship between physical measures of productivity and cost.
2. Increasing the physical productivity of resources used in production operations can reduce the cost of production of a manufactured product or service.

These relationships may hold true provided reduction in the physical quantity of one resource in one operation does not increase the consumption of other resources in the same operation and / or in other operations of the production system. Gain in the physical productivity of one resource may cause loss in others. For example, increase in the productivity of labor by employing high production capacity machines may cause loss in the productivity of machinery employed
or vice versa. In a similar fashion, within a production system, gain in physical productivity measure of one functional area may cause loss in productivity of other related functional areas.

Improvement in productivity at the firm level, not just at the functional level, can be helpful in reducing the cost of production.


Cost Measurement in Engineering Profession - An Historical Perspective

Increasing sales and reducing cost of production by productive use of resources in operations can achieve increase in profit. The use of cost as a measure of productivity is not new among engineering professionals. Literature describing the history of engineering provides significant evidence of its use and promotion among engineers by the pioneers of the profession.

Henry C. Metcalf (1885), as a superintendent of ordnance depots,  realized the importance of cost measurement and analysis in manufacturing.   He proposed to measure costs to the minutest detail possible within the organization to measure the efficiency of manufacturing and administration operations and also to create plan of cost of operations by knowing the detailed elements of cost involved for each operation performed on a product during manufacturing process. He published his thoughts in a book titled “The Cost of Manufactures and the administration of Workshops, Public and Private” in 1885, for providing guidance to other engineering professionals in the field.


Henry Towne (1886), another engineering professional, wrote a paper titled ‘Engineer as an Economist’ for one of the meetings of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers. According to him, determination of cost was one of the important duties of an engineer. To achieve this end he proposed the establishment of a separate shop accounting section at each workshop level to collect cost related information to meet the cost information needs of engineering professionals.

Hugo Diemer (1910), is the first faculty member  of Industrial Engineering subject at Pennsylvania State College, quoted F.W. Taylor's  appeal to engineering professionals to take up the responsibility of cost related data collection and analysis as part of profession.

Charles Buxton Going  published a book titled, "Principles of Industrial Engineering" in 1911.
He called industrial engineering, “New branch of engineering grown out of the rise of, and enormous expansion of the manufacturing system.” This branch of engineering, according to him, “Has drawn upon mechanical engineering, economics, sociology, psychology, philosophy and
accountancy to form a distinct body of science of its own”. In this definition of industrial engineering, inclusion of the subjects of economics and accountancy testify to the fact that the cost measurement and analysis was regarded as part of industrial engineering theory and practice at that time.

Howell, in his presentation at the 1995 International Industrial Engineering Conference, advised industrial engineers to reclaim their traditional industrial engineering responsibilities, such as, measurements of labor costs, manufacturing methods, and productivity improvement, along with other responsibilities so that their demand in industry, job title and functional identity remains intact. According to him, cost estimation should be one of the areas for which an industrial engineer should also be responsible and accountable.

Recent Developments

Recent studies by Barnes (1991), Dhavale (1992), and Eaglesham (1998), found in the Industrial Engineering literature on Activity Based Costing technique, broadly point out that some industrial engineers take interest in cost measurement.

Lenz and Neitzel (1995)  developed their own methodology to develop a cost simulation model. In this model, they have used a cost equation that consists of eight components, such as station cost; labor cost; overhead cost; inventory cost; automation cost; capacity cost; material cost; and
indirect cost. In this type of modeling, they claimed, all performance measures can be translated into costs by applying cost equations to the results of factory model.

Deo (2001)14 developed an Operation Based Costing model to measure cost of each resource in each operation, and the cost of each operation in a production system. In this model, an operation is considered as the basic unit of production system. The structure of the model matches the typical structure of an operation.

It is observed by the authors  that cost measurement and analysis is slowly becoming one of the basic requirements for various job openings related to industrial and manufacturing engineering area.  Education and training of industrial engineers in cost measurement and analysis, can give them an extra advantage in raising productivity and reducing cost in industrial organizations. Industral engineering schools and departments need to introduce the subject as a necessary part of industrial engineering education and training for future generation of industrial engineers.

Role of Costing and Cost Accounting in the Organization


Cost accounting is a separate accounting discipline and in many countries, statutory cost accounting bodies exist that regulate this field. Industrial engineers have to work in close cooperation with this discipline to make sure that costs are measured with a view to providing appropriate cost information to industrial engineering department and to the company regarding unit costs of components and finished products made by the company. The output of the industrial engineering department has to be captured by the cost figures reported by the cost accounting department.


Purposes of Accounting Systems

Accounting is a major means of helping managers of an organization, equity investors of an organization, potential equity investors, creditors and bond holders of an organization, potential creditors and bond holders of an organization, suppliers and customers of an organization and other stake holders to take decisions.

Accounting provides information for three major purposes:

1. External reporting: These reports are used investors, creditors, government authorities, and other outside parties.

2. Routine internal reporting: These reports which are periodically generated are used by managers of the company for their internal decisions.

3. Nonroutine internal reporting: This information or reports are generated to support projects and other decisions that come up as the need arises from them.
While the reports are prepared in different formats and basic data is manipulated or summarized in various ways to facilitate decision making, there is one data base maintained by the accounting system that contains data in the form debits and credits to various accounts maintained in the accounting system. Accountants combine these data items in various ways to provide information to internal or external users.


Distinction Between Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting and Management Accounting

Horngren’s distinction between them is interesting.

Management accounting as a discipline focuses on accounting information that facilitates decision making by managers of the organization. If focuses on routine and nonroutine accounting reports.

Financial accounting measures and records business transactions and provides financial statements that are based on generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). Executive compensation is tied to profit figures reported in the financial statements and equity share valuation is also based to a large extent on these financial statements.
Cost accounting provides information to facilitate both management accounting and financial accounting. Its focus is measuring and reporting financial and nonfinancial information that is related to the cost of acquiring or consuming resources by an organization.


Cost Management

Cost management is an activity of managers related to planning and control of costs. Managers have to take decisions regarding use of materials, processes, product designs and have to plan costs or expenses to support the operating plan for their department or section. All these activities come under cost management. Information from accounting systems help managers in cost management activities. But the cost accounting system and the reports it generates is not the cost management system. Accounting system can be interpreted as a part of cost management system of an organization.

Cost management is not cost reduction alone. It is much broader. Organization increase advertising expenditure to increase sales, increase research and development expenditures to promote new products. Here the concerned managers are deliberately incurring additional costs in a period (compared to the previous period) as they expect profits from such decisions or expenditures. Cost management system has to ensure that a cost is incurred with the expectation of profit.

The Role of Management Accounting

The role of management accounting is also described as problem solving, score keeping and attention directing.

Problem solving: The role of accounting in problem solving is to provide information useful in evaluating alternatives.

Scorekeeping: Scorekeeping records the results of various actions of the managers and helps in assessing whether the results expected from the various actions are realized or not.

Attention directing: The scorekeeping function in combination with expected results, and comparative analysis of scores of various companies, divisions and departments, comparative analysis of present period scores or results with previous periods show opportunities of focusing attention of managers to improve things.

Value Chain
Value chain is a visualization of complete business as a sequence of activities in which usefulness is added to the products or services produced and sold by an organization. Management accountants provide decision support for managers in each activity of value chain.

Design of Management Accounting System

The design of management accounting system has to take into consideration the decision needs of the managers. Also it has to take into consideration the new themes and challenges that managers face currently.

Horngren identified four such themes in the tenth edition of his book.

1. Customer focus: The challenge for managers it invest sufficient resources to enhance customer satisfaction. But every action of the organization has to result enhanced profitability or maintained profitability for the organization.

2. Key Success Factors: These are nonfinancial factors which have an effect on the economic viability of the organization.

Cost, quality, time and innovation are important key success factors. Management accounting systems need to have provisions for tracking the performance of the organization and its divisions as well as competitors on these success factors.

3. Continuous improvement: Continuous improvement or kaizen is a popular theme. Innovation related to this area in costing is kaizen costing .

4. Value Chain and Supply Chain Analysis: Value chain as a strategic framework for analysis of competitive advantage was promoted by Michael Porter. Management accountants have to become familiar with the framework and provide information to implement the framework by strategic planners.
The term supply chain describes the flow of goods, services and information from cradle (the mines sources of raw materials) to grave (where discarded products or dumped), regardless of whether those activities occur in the same organization or many organizations.

Key Guidelines for Management Accounting System Design

Cost Benefit Approach: In the system design resource allocation decisions are to be made. Examples would be software to buy and associates to employ. A cost-benefit approach should be used for all such decisions. Resources should be spent only when there is profit to the organization due to that expenditure. Each incremental addition to the accounting system must be supported by incremental profit to the organization.

Behavioral and Technical Considerations: Management has human dimension and it has to focus on how to help individuals to do their jobs better. Managing people involves discussion of managers with his associates on improving performance. The behavioral responses of people to reports highlighting their underperformance have to be understood. Management accounting should lead to cordial relations and climate.
Different Costs for Different Purposes: It is to be noted that there are several cost concepts and cost measures can be created for each of these concepts. Cost accountants have to careful to provide appropriate cost to the managers. The accounting system has to have some precautions to make sure that the accountant understands the decision situation of a manager and provides appropriate cost measures.

Professional Ethics

Like other professionals, accountants also face ethical dilemmas. They need ethical guidelines. Institute of Management Accountants (IMA), USA published guidance note on ethics to be followed by management accountants.

Competence, confidentiality, integrity and objectivity are important themes of the guidance note.

References

Horngren, Charles T., George Foster, and Srikant Datar, Cost Accounting: Managerial Emphasis, Tenth Edition, Prentice Hall, Inc., Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, USA, 2000

Cost Accounting - Horngren et al., Book Information and Review


Friday, April 7, 2017

April - Random Selection of Online Industrial Engineering Articles



#IndustrialEngineering
#IE
#Productivity


Industrial Engineering - Bulletin Board
http://nraoiekc.blogspot.com/2016/06/industrial-engineering-bulletin-board.html

Second Week  - 8 to 14

Industrial engineering Principles, Methods Tools and Techniques
http://nraoiekc.blogspot.com/2012/03/industrial-engineering-principles.html

Gate 2017 Examination in Production and Industrial Engineering - Question Paper
gate.iitr.ernet.in/GATE2017questions/PI.pdf

Lathe Machine Market in 2015 $9.925 billion. Expected to reach #12.012 billion by 2022
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/lathe-machines-market-expected-reach-144000697.html



How automation helped SPECK boost its productivity
Since 2010 SPECK has consistently relied on automated machine tools from DMG MORI Systems in order to boost capacity in its production
http://www.engrreview.com/automation-helped-speck-boost-productivity/

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Speakers Information - 2017 IISE Annual Conference - Part 4



_______________________________


Jawad Qasaymeh
Binghamton University
Jiaqi Qian
Clemson University
Qiquan Qiao
South Dakota State University
Ruwen Qin
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Zhipeng Qiu
National University of Singapore
Brian Quanz
IBM Research
Carlos Quintero Aviles
UNIVERSIDAD TECNOLÓGICA FIDEL VELÁZQUEZ
Luis Rabelo
University of Central Florida
Douglas Rabeneck
West Monroe Partners
Emad Rabiei Hosseinabad
Northern Illinois University
Hamed Rahimian
The Ohio State University
Behnam Rahimikelarijani
Lamar university
Fahimeh Rahmanniya
The University of Tennessee Knoxville
Keith Rahn
Auburn University
Chase Rainwater
University of Arkansas
Prasanna Venkatesh Rajaraman
Oregon State University
Suchithra Rajendran
Penn State University
Jayant Rajgopal
University of Pittsburgh
Mahesh Ramakrishna
IBM
Sreekanth Ramakrishnan
IBM Corporation
Goutham Ramaraj
Iowa State University
Srikanthan Ramesh
Iowa State University
Catalina Ramirez
Universidad de los Andes
David Ramirez
Texas A&M University Kingsville
Nicole Ramirez
University of Central Florida
Jose Emmanuel Ramirez-Marquez
Stevens Institute of Technology
Mohammad Ramshani
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Bruce Ramshaw
University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine
Rajiv Rangarajan
Nemours Children's Health System
Prahalad Rao
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Prahalad Rao
Binghamton University (SUNY)
Prahalad Rao
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Sowmya Rao
The University of Texas at Arlington
Saeid Rasti
North Dakota State University
A. Ravi Ravindran
Penn State University
Rohit Rawat
The University of Texas at Arlington
Eric Rebentisch
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
William Reed
UT SW Medical Center
Clifford Register
University of Central Florida
Thomas Reiner
RWTH Aachen
Mostafa Reisi Gahrooei
Georgia Institute of Technology
Kaye Reiter
Summa Health
Mark Reith
Air Force Institute of Technology
Anqi Ren
Pennsylvania State University
Katharina Renken
Texas Tech University/ Fraunhofer Institute Hamburg
James Rethaber
FIt For Work
Curran Reuschlein
United States Military Academy at West Point
E.W. Reutzel
Penn State University
Donato Reyes
ITESM Campus León
Mervin Reyes
UPRM
Luis Ignacio Reyes Castro
Escuela Superior Politecnica del Litorial (ESPOL)
Claudia Reyes-Hull
Christiana Care Health System
Tasnia Reza
Wayne State University
Mandana Rezaeiahari
Binghamton University
Mohammad Rezaeimalek
Arts et Métiers Paris Tech
José Luis Duarte Ribeiro
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Elias Ribeiro da Silva
Pontifical Catholic University of Parana
Jed Richards
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center
John Richards
United States Military Academy
Donald Richardson
University of Michigan
Jeremy Rickli
Wayne State University
GAKU Rie
St. Andrew's University
Christina Rinaudo
USACE - Engineer Research and Development Center
Andreas Rinkel
HSR
Farhood Rismanchian
Yonsei University
Iris Rivero
Iowa State University
Bettina Riveros
Christiana Care Health Systems
Thomas Roache
Gannon University
Federica Robinson-Bryant
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Nina Robson
California State University - Fullerton
Eduardo Geovany Rodriguez
Tecnologico de Monterrey
Esteban Rodriguez
Ohio University
Pedro Rodriguez
Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico
Tony Rodriguez
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Gary Roedler
Lockheed-Martin
Jamie Rogers
University of Texas at Arlington
Thomas Roh
HDR
Miguel Rojas-Santiago
Universidad del Norte
Mikhail Romanov
Clemson University
Alejandro Romero Montoya
Ohio University
Rodrigo Romero-Silva
Universidad Panamericana
Nathan Romond
Western Washington University
Mohammad Roni
Idaho National Laboratory
Azadeh Roozbehi
University
Heizel Rosado-Galindo
University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
Roberto Rosas
ITESM Campus León
Jay Rosenberger
University of Texas at Arlington
Vahid Roshanaei
University of Toronto
Karyn Ross
KARYN ROSS CONSULTING
Manuel Rossetti
University of Arkansas
Daniela Rosu
University of Toronto
LING ROTHROCK
Penn State University
Nicole Rouhana
binghamton university
ARNAB ROY
University of Louisville
Yi Ru
University of Toronto
Alexander Rubenchik
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Gabriel Rueda
The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Cesar Ruiz Torres
University of Arkansas
Mukesh Rungta
University of Houston
Christina Rusnock
Air Force Institute of Technology
Michael Russell
West Virginia University
Sarah Ryan
Iowa State University
Margaret Rys
Kansas State University
Nasim S. Sabounchi
SUNY-Binghamton
Luke Sabljak
Pennsylvania State University, The Behrend College
Azadeh Sadeghi
Ohio University
Azar Sadeghnejad Barkousaraie
SUNY at Buffalo
Soroush Saghafian
Harvard University
Chanchal Saha
IBM Corporation
Deniz Sahin
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Sameer Saini
University of Michigan
Aniket Sunil Sakpal
Penn State University
Haya Salah
State University of New York at Binghamton
Ehsan Salari
Wichita State University
Nooshin Salari
University of Toronto
Roozbeh (Ross) Salary
State University of New York at Binghamton
María Salazar-Alvarez
Comercializadora de Reactivos para Laboratorios y Materiales para Hospitales S.A. de C.V.
Masud Salimian
Morgan State University
Hamdy Salman
University of Pittsburgh
Mustafa Salman
Binghamton University
Sinan Salman
Zayed University
Christian Salmon
Western New England University
Mahnoush Samadi Dinani
Ohio University
Rafael Sanchez
Universidad Distrital
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Universidad EIA
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University of Maryland
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University of Arkansas
Scott Sanner
University of Toronto
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University of Puerto Rico
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City University of Hong Kong
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University of Southern Mississippi
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Florida International University
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Rancs LLC
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Louisiana State University
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Texas A&M University
Denis Saure
University of Chile
Martin Savelsbergh
Georgia Tech
Stephen Savoie
GM
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Rochester Institute of Technology
Rajiv Saxena
APL Logistics
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Towson University
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Rice University
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Auburn University
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Clemson University
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University of Michigan
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Montana State University
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Auburn University
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Department of Veterans Affiars
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University of Dayton
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MHA
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Mercer University
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Ohio University
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Old Dominion University
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Arizona State University
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The University of Tennessee
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Wilson Perumal & Company, Inc.
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North Carolina A&T State University
Ana Sepulveda
UPRM
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Binghamton university
Gregory Servis
Mount Sinai health System
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Auburn University
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ESC La Rochelle
Ali Shafaat
Purdue University
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Concordia University
Hitul Shah
State University of New York at Binghamton
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Oregon State University
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U Miami
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Binghamton University
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Clemson University
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The Pennsylvania State University
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UIUC
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RPI
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University of Pittsburgh
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The University of Jordan
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Clarkson University
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West Monroe Partners
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University of Michigan
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University of Arkansas
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Binghamton University
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University of California, Berkeley
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Binghamton University
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Pennsylvania State University
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University of Washington
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SBS
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Lamar University
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The University of Tennessee Knoxville
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Harvey Mudd College
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PUCPR
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West Virginia University
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North Carolina State University
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USGS
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Loyola University Chicago
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Arizona State University
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University of Wisconsin
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Arizona State University
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Arts et Métiers Paris Tech
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UPRM
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University of South Florida
Laura Silvoy
Array Advisors
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Wayne State University
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Univ. of Tennessee Space Institute
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KUSTAR
Inder Pratap Singh
The Pennsylvania State University
Manjeet Singh
DHL Supply Chain
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University of the Pacific
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The Ohio State University
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Harvey Mudd College
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TAMU
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Stevens Institute of Technology
Ashley Skeete
Western New England University
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Lake Health
Dave Sly
Proplanner
Colin Small
University of Arkansas
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The University of Texas at Arlington
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Northwestern University
Alice E. Smith
Auburn University
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Clemson University
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University of Missouri-St. Louis
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Meredith College
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North Carolina State University
Steve Snelling
Boeing Co. (retired)
Douglas Snyder
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Durward Sobek
Montana State University
Takakuwa Soemon
Chuo University
Senay Solak
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Paria Soleimani
Azad university- South Tehran branch
Zohre Soleymani
SBU
Carlos Solorio Magana
CETYS Universidad
Marzieh Soltanolkottabi 
Kansas State University
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SUNY-Binghamton University
Young-Jun Son
The University of Arizona
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Purdue University
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Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology
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Dusan Sormaz
Ohio University
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Tec de Monterrey
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UPRM
Milton Soto-Ferrari
Western Michigan University
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USPS
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University of North Carolina
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E6S Industries, LLC
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University of Arkansas
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Virginia Tech
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Oregon State University
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University of Missouri
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The Pennsylvania State University
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Nanyang Technological University
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University at Buffalo
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Carnegie Mellon University
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University of Applied Science Mannheim
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SAS Institute, JMP Division
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Lehigh University
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Mississippi State University
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Lamar University
Delvinia Su
National Chiao Tung University
Haibin Su
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
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Universidad de los Andes
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Pratt and Whitney, United Technologies Corp.
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University of South Florida
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Ohio University
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University of Arkansas
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Virginia Tech
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Rutgers University
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University of Virginia
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RAID Labs
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California State University, Northridge
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Disneyland Resort
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University of Texas at Arlington
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National University of Singapore
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University of Texas at Arlington
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Northeastern University, China
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National Chiao Tung University
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Oregon State University
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University of Tennessee
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Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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Texas A&M University
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University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
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Texas A&M International University
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University of Tehran
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Old Dominion University
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Lake Health
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Missouri University of Science and Technology
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Kadir Has University
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Ozyegin University
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Mersin University
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Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS -
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Tecnológico de Monterrey
Janis Terpenny
Penn State University
Michael Testani
IBM
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Tata Consultancy Services
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Lehigh University
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Binghamton University
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Simio LLC
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Missouri University of Science and Technology
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Brian Thorn
Rochester Institute of Technology
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Montana State University
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Montana State University
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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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Universidad de Monterrey
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USPS
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University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Douglas Timmer
University of Texas - Pan American
Naveen Tiruvengadam
Texas Tech University
Ashley Tish
Texas Children's Hospital
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Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
Satakshi Tiwari
Rutgers University
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South Tehran Branch, Azad University
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Lamar University
Emre Tokgoz
Quinnipiac University
Janice Tolk
University of Tennessee Space Institute
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The Mayo Clinic
Gregory Tonkay
Lehigh University
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Binghamton University, the State University of New York
Cedro Toro
KPI Fire
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University Of Texas Rio Grande Valley
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University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
Rachel Townsley
North Carolina State University
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University of Bridgeport
Daniel Tran
University of Kansas
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MedStar Institute for Innovation
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PUCPR
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The State University of New York at Binghamton
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University of Missouri
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University of Arizona
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Politecnico di Milano
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National Taipei University of Technology
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National Chiao Tung University
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University of Texas at El Paso
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University of Michigan
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University of Toronto
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University of Arkansas
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The State University of New York at Binghamton
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Boeing
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IBM
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Toronto General Hospital
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Los Alamos National Lab
John Usher
Mississippi State University
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Western Michigan University
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North Carolina State University
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USAF
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Air Force Institute of Technology
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Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul
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Mississippi State University
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ClemsonUniversity
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The Pennsylvania State University
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The Pennsylvania State University
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The University of Alabama
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Oregon State University
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University of Pittsburgh
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Pontifical Catholic University of Parana (PUC/PR)
Steve Vijayan
Nemours
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Texas A&M University College Station
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University of Louisville
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The Applied Optimization Group UPRM
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Universidad de Monterrey
Arun Vinayak
Iowa State University
Dennis Vincenzi
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide
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University at Buffalo
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University of the Pacific
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North Dakota State University
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University of Arkansas
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University of Washington
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Ohio University
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Gannon University
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University at Buffalo
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Nanyang Technological University
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University of Wisconsin Madison
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LG&E and KU
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University of Arkansas
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Binghamton University
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Emporia State University
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Florida State University
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Iowa State University
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Shanghai Jiao Tong University
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University of Akron
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TAMU
Site Wang
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University of Pittisburge
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Centrica plc
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Shandong University
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Northeastern University, China
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Binghamton University
Youfa Wang
University at Buffalo
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Northern Illinois University
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Wright State University
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Lamar University
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North Carolina State University
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Mayo Clinic
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Ohio University
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Oak Ridge National Lab
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Ohio University
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Pennsylvania State University
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Ohio University
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The Raymond Corporation
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South Dakota State University
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University of Texas at El Paso
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Naval Postgraduate School
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Naval Postgraduate School
John White
University of Arkansas
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College of William & Mary
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Louisiana Tech University
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Dollar Tree
Brian Williams
Ohio University
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Rochester Institute of Technology
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Emory University
Charles Winder
Executive Management Consulting Firm, LGE Execs
Michael Winter
Pratt and Whitney, United Technologies Corp.
Rafael Wollmann
Pontifical Catholic University of Parana
Daehan Won
Hong Bin Wong
Oregon State University
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University at Buffalo
Chia-Yuan Wu
National Chiao Tung University
Chih-Hang Wu
Kansas State University
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Pennsylvania State University
Ernest Wu
Vancouver Coastal Health
Jianguo Wu
University of Texas at El Paso
Liqian Wu
University of Missouri
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University of Southern California
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A.T. Kearny
Yangcan Wu
Tsinghua University
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University of Houston
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National Chiao Tung University
Nikki Wyman
Clemson University
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Tecnologico de Monterrey
Zhimin Xi
University of Tennessee - Knoxville
Yisha Xiang
Lamar University
Xinyi Xiao
Penn State
Min Xie
City University of Hong Kong
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North Dakota State University
Shan Xie
Purdue University
Guangyang Xu
University of Louisville
Liang Xu
University of Pittsburgh
Liang Xu
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
Hong Xue
University at Buffalo
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State University of New York at Binghamton
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TUM Neuroimaging Center
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Pennsylvania State University
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Nankai University
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Wayne State University
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Wayne State University
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University of Missouri
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Florida State University
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National University of Singapore
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Ozyegin
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University of California, Berkeley
Lei Yao
Iowa State University
Charlene Yauch
Milwaukee School of Engineering
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Florida Gulf Coast University
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MacKay Memorial Hospital
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University of Toronto
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The Pennsylvania State University
Sun Yi
North Carolina A & T State University
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Purdue University
Mehmet Yildirim
Wichita State University
Mehmet Fatih Yildirim
State University of New York at Binghamton
Ibrahim Yilmaz
Binghamton University
Nita Yodo
Wichita State University
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National University of Singapore
John Yoo
Bradley University
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Binghampton University
Mingdi You
University of Michigan
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Ohio University
Andrew Yu
The University of Tennessee
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Nanyang Technological University
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Purdue University
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Stevens Institute of Technology
Yifeng Yu
Penn State University
Tao Yuan
Ohio University
Amanda Yuen
Vancouver Coastal Health
lee Yunsoo
Paul math international School (high school)
Chase Yutzy
Milad Zafar Nezhad
Wayne State University
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Clemson University
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University of Dayton
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Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences
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University of Pittsburgh
Li Zeng
Texas A&M University
Li Zeng
University of Texas at Arlington
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University of Calgary
Chen Zhang
National University of Singapore
Jie Zhang
University of Louisville
Jun Zhang
Gannon University
Kai Zhang
Tsinghua University
Minxiang Zhang
Iowa State University
Qianqian Zhang 
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Shengfan Zhang
University of Arkansas
Sizhe Zhang
National University of Singapore
Tian Zhang
Nanyang Technological University
Wenhui Zhang
Pennsylvania State University
Xiaoyin Zhang
The University of Alabama
Yang Zhang
Purdue University
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Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Zijun Zhang
City University of Hong Kong
Zimeng Zhang
Texas A&M University
Chaoyue Zhao
Oklahoma State University
Kena Zhao
National University of Singapore
Qitong ZHAO
National University of Singapore
Sixiang Zhao
National University of Singapore
Songnian Zhao
Kansas State University
Lei Zheng
Stevens Institute of Technology
Liyu Zheng
Iowa State University
He Zhou
National University of Singapore
Kezhuo Zhou
University of Florida
Shiyu Zhou
University of Wisconsin
Yingge Zhou
Texas Tech University
Zikai Zhou
Old Dominion University
Ziyu Zhou
University of Pittsburgh
Jianxu Zhu
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Kevin Zhu
University of Toronto
Weihang Zhu
Lamar University
Yada Zhu
IBM
Zhicheng Zhu
Lamar University
Yueran Zhuo
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Mark Zhuravel    ***
Tata Consultancy Services
Ahmed Zimmo
Ohio University
Maryam Zokaeinikoo
Penn State University
Angela Zorn 
The Pennsylvania State University, The Behrend College
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Ball State University
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Rochester Institute of Technology

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