Industrial Engineering

IE Seminar Series: Col Paul Goethals, Ph.d.

An Exploration of Cyberspace: An Industrial Engineering Perspective Every aspect of our lives and our future security is now dependent on information technology and “cyberspace.” The expanding Internet of Things, the evolution of digitization, and the speed of innovation, suggest that this dependence will continue to strengthen in the foreseeable future. The domain of cyberspace, […]

IE Seminar Series: Site Wang

  We develop a multi-period stochastic optimization framework for identifying operating reserve requirements in power systems with significant penetration of renewable energy resources. Our model captures different types of operating reserves, uncertainty in renewable energy generation and demand, and differences in generator operation time scales. Along with planning for reserve capacity, our model is designed […]

Rob Curry: Engineered to Run

What do Al Capone and John Dillinger, running, Clemson University, and the U.S. Naval Academy all have in common? Well, they are all directly connected to Industrial Engineering PhD candidate Rob Curry. Curry, who is always on the run (pun intended) it seems, took a few minutes out of his busy schedule to discuss his […]