ISyE Hosts*2007 IRMSE Workshop

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ISyE Hosts*2007 IRMSE Workshop

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The H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia tech hosted the second International Workshop on Interdisciplinary Research in Management Science and Engineering (IRMSE) on August 8-10, 2007.

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The second International Workshop on Interdisciplinary Research in Management Science and Engineering (IRMSE) was held in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) at Georgia Tech on August 8-10, 2007. Following the initial IRMSE meeting held at Peking University in China, this workshop provided a forum to discuss timely and important issues in energy, environmental science, nanotechnology, and logistics research.

Serving on the Program Organizing Committee, Stewart School Professor Shijie Deng stated "To host a gathering of the leading researchers from the top universities in China and the U.S. at Georgia Tech is an honor. Researchers shared insightful views at the forefront of interdisciplinary research issues in logistics, energy policy and risk management, environment and public health, making the second IRMSE meeting a remarkable success.*

The workshop consisted of formal presentations, designed to serve as catalysts for discussion. Presenters included:

Session Chair: Dr. Shijie Deng, Associate Professor, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech
* Dr. Charles Liotta, Vice Provost of Research and Graduate Studies, Georgia Tech; Welcome Address
* Dr. Ming Lei, Professor and Chair, Management Science and Engineering Department, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University; "Regional Green Input-output Accounting Analysis: Case Study of Ningxia Province in 1990s*
* Dr. Martin Savelsbergh, Schneider Professor, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Per-seat, on-demand air transportation"
* Dr. Shaun Wang, Robert W. Batten Chair of Actuarial Science, Robinson School of Business, Georgia State University; "Liquidity and Valuation with Implications in Risk Management"

Session Chair: Dr. Ming Lei, Professor, Management Science and Engineering Department, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University
* Dr. Chelsea White, H. Milton Stewart School Chair and Schneider National Chair, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Logistics and Supply Chain Systems: Trends and Research Opportunities"
* Dr. Tao Huang, Associate Professor, Management Science and Engineering Department, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University; "A Supplementary Heuristic Algorithm for Symmetric TSP"
* Dr. Xiaoming Huo, Associate Professor, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Recent Developments in Dimension Reduction in Statistical Modeling and Applications"
* Dr. Dongning Yang, Associate Professor, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University; "Accelerated Environmental Regulation and Shareholder Returns"
* Dr. Zhidong Liu, Associate Professor, Management Science and Engineering Department, Central University of Finance and Economics; "A Portfolio Selection Model and its Hybrid Genetic Quantitative Algorithm"

Session Chair: Dr. Ellis Johnson, Coca-Cola Chair and Professor, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech
* Dr. Craig Tovey, Professor, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Who, What, Why, and How: Four Keys to Successful Interdisciplinary Research"
* Dr. Craig Hill, Assistant Professor, Robinson School of Business, Georgia State University; "The Effect of CPFR on Firm Performances: An Empirical Evaluation"
* Dr. John Bartholdi, Manhattan Associates Professor of Supply Chain Management, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Deterministic Chaos in a Model of Discrete Manufacturing"
* Dr. Xin Zhai, Assistant Professor, Management Science and Engineering Department, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University; "Alternative Information Scenarios in Managing and Routing in a 1-Warehouse N-Retailer Distribution System"

Session Chair: Dr. Tao Huang, Associate Professor, Guanghua School of Management, Peking University
* Dr. Ellis Johnson, Coca-Cola Chair and Professor, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Recent Advances in Airlines Industry Research"
* Dr. Valerie Thomas, Anderson Interface Associate Professor of Natural Systems, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Reducing Energy Use in Air Transport"
* Dr. Eva Lee, Associate Professor, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Multi-modality Mass Dispensing Strategies and Emergency Response for Biodefense and Infectious Disease Outbreaks"
* Wenhui Li, Director of Information Technology, Beijing HeLiShi Information Technology Ltd Corporation; "4E Based Design of Beijing Energy Synthesis Management Information System"
* Dr. Dongjun (D.J.) Wu, Associate Professor, College of Management, Georgia Tech; "IT Contract Design and Procurement Auctions"
* Fred Zahrn, Ph.D. Student, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; "Managing Transportation for Package Delivery: Contracts and Spot Markets"

Session Chair: Dr. Menglong Le, Professor, Shanghai JiaoTong University
* Dr. Zhong Lin (ZL) Wang, Regents Professor and CoE Distinguished Professor, School of Material Science & Engineering, Georgia Tech; "Nanotechnology and Nano-biotechnology"
* Dr. John-Paul Clark, Associate Professor, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Tech; "Towards the Optimum Air Transportation System"
* Dr. Ellis Johnson, Coca-Cola Chair and Professor, Stewart School of ISyE, Georgia Tech; Workshop Closing Remarks

The 2007 IRMSE Workshop was jointly sponsored by the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech and the Guanghua School of Management at Peking University in China. The Program Organizing Committee included Stewart School Professors Ellis Johnson and Shijie Deng, and Professors Wang Qiwen, Ming Lei, and Tao Huang of the Guanghua School. For more information about the 2007 IRSME Workshop, go to http://www2.isye.gatech.edu/irms2007/.

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