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Omni Channel Services

Dr. Jennifer Pazour and PhD Student Joyjit Bhowmick’s joint research was recently featured in MHI Solutions (Material Handling Industry) magazine. The article is entitled Omnichannel Services: A logistical challenge for retailers and business opportunity for the material handling industry. A link to the article is here.

IISE Students with Dr. Emily Liu and Dr. Yinan Wang

Several of RPI's IISE (Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers) student members recently attended the IISE Annual Conference in Montreal, Quebec. Shown here is Vivian Rost-Nasshan, Emma Soto, Georgia Helmig, Dr. Emily Liu, David Gardiner, Anna Zuniga, and Dr. Yinan Wang.

John Nichols

PhD student John Nichols presented his joint research entitled Eliciting and Integrating a Broader Range of Information from Human Subject Matter Experts into Optimization Models, by Dr. Jennifer Pazour, Dr. Sandipan Mishra, Dr. John Mitchell, Damsara Jayarathne, John Nichols.

Yue Zhao, Dr. Yinan Wang, and Yue Zhao presenting

PhD student Yue Zhao recently presented his joint research at the IISE Annual Conference in Montreal, Canada. Pictured here is Yue Zhao with his advisor, Dr. Yinan Wang.

ISE 2024 Graduates

Please join us in congratulating our graduates by viewing this video.

Dr. Esra Agca Aktunc, Dr. Nima Ahmadi, Dr. Emily Liu, David Gardiner, Dr. Nima Ahmadi, Samantha Fluty, Caitlyn Barnwell

Pictured here at Pat's Barn starting at the top is Dr. Esra Agca Aktunc, Graduate Program Director of ISE's Master's Programs; Dr. Nima Ahmadi, Dr. Emily Liu and David Gardiner (one of the recipients of The ISE Excellence in Action Award); Dr. Nima Ahmadi, Samantha Fluty and Caitlyn Barnwell (recipients of The Ray Palmer Baker Prize).

ISE Graduates, Guests, Faculty, Staff

Several of our graduating students, their family members and guests gathered at Pat's Barn to celebrate their graduation. ISE Department faculty, staff and several Advisory Council members joined in the festivities of the evening. Congratulations to our graduates!

poster of The Last Lecture

Professor Azita Hirsa has been selected by the Class of 2024 to be among the seven faculty members who will participate in this year's The Last Lecture Series. Rensselaer's graduating class celebrates their last lecture at Rensselaer with lectures by faculty on diverse topics. Graduating seniors helped to choose who they would like to hear from one last time. This event is sponsored by Navigating the World & Beyond, and Student Success.

Vivian Rost-Nasshan

Congratulations to Vivian Rost-Nasshan who was recently elected Grand Marshal in a historic runoff election. Vivian will be a junior in the fall as an IME major (also dual in Science and Technology Studies (STS)).

The Grand Marshal, or GM, is the highest elected student leader of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The position has been in existence since shortly after the American Civil War.

ISE Undergrad Students, Dean Shekhar Garde, Accepted Incoming Freshman and Family Member, Dr. Emily Liu

Industrial and Systems Engineering Department faculty and undergrad students greeted accepted incoming freshmen during the Accepted Student Celebration at RPI on Saturday, April 13.  Pictured here is Anna Zuniga, School of Engineering Dean - Shekhar Garde, a visiting family member and accepted incoming freshman, Olumide Bamigbaiye, Valerie Bubel, and Dr. Emily Liu.

RPI News

RPI Professor Rich Radke Recognized by IEEE for Innovative Pedagogy

Rich Radke

Rich Radke, Ph.D., professor in Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Department of Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering, has won the IEEE Signal Processing Society Regional Distinguished T

Undergraduates Gain Research Experience, Mentorship Through RPI-Corning Program

On April 26, seven Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute undergraduate students showcased research projects in the areas of materials science, computer modeling, chemical engineering, and more at a symposium held at Corning’s Sullivan Park Science & Technology Center just outside of Corning, New York.

Undergraduates Gain Research Experience, Mentorship Through RPI-Corning Program

On April 26, seven Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute undergraduate students showcased research projects in the areas of materials science, computer modeling, chemical engineering, and more at a symposium held at Corning’s Sullivan Park Science & Technology Center just outside of Corning, New York.

How a Tiny Device Could Lead to Big Physics Discoveries and Better Lasers

Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have fabricated a device no wider than a human hair that will help physicists investigate the fundamental nature of matter and light. Their findings, published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, could also support the development of more efficient lasers, which are used in fields ranging from medicine to manufacturing. 

RPI’s New Master of Biomedical Engineering Data Science Readies Students for Careers in Health Sciences, Clinical Research, and more

The Department of Biomedical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has established a new master’s degree program that will prepare students for careers of biomedical data science, a fast growing engineering specialty.Those with expertise in biomedical data science are already in high demand, and that demand will  continue to rise in the future, said Juergen Hahn, Ph.D., head of the Biomedical Engineering Department.

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