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                Lewis Ntaimo, Ph.D.
                Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
                Texas A&M University
                3131 TAMU, College Station, Texas 77843, USA.
                Office: ETB 4008
                Phone: 979-458 2360   Fax: 979-458 4299
                Email: ntaimo at tamu dot edu

                Other Positions:
                Vice Chair for the INFORMS Optimization Society - 2008-2010
                Research Advisor for Operations Research for the Arizona Center
                for Integrative Modeling and Simulation (ACIMS)- 2006-present


Lewis Ntaimo received his Ph.D. in Systems and Industrial Engineering from the University of Arizona (2004), M.S. in Mining and Geological Engineering (2000) and B.S. in Mining Engineering (1998), both from the University of Arizona. Dr. Ntaimo received his Engineer-In-Training (EIT) certification (07760) in June 1999, State of Arizona, USA.  Dr. Ntaimo's research interests are in stochastic programming, systems modeling and engineering processes, and discrete event modeling and simulation. Applications of interest include wildfire planning, healthcare, wind energy, and homeland security.

Curriculum Vitae.

Research:

  •  Stochastic programming; large-scale computational optimization
  •  Systems modeling and systems engineering processes
  •  Discrete event modeling and simulation
  •  Dynamic data driven application systems

Applications:

  •  Wildfires: Response planning under uncertainty
  •  Healthcare: Patient service and resource management
  •  Wind energy: Operations and maintenance of wind turbines
  •  Homeland security: Petrochemical transportation security

Teaching: Spring 2014

Teaching: Fall 2013

 


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