ISyE’s Nagi Gebraeel Promoted to Professor
Georgia Tech’s Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering announced that Georgia Power Early Career Professor Nagi Gebraeel has been promoted to professor, effective August 15, 2018.
“Congratulations to Nagi on this significant career achievement,” said H. Milton and Carolyn J. Stewart School Chair and Professor Edwin Romeijn. “His promotion to professor reflects Nagi’s numerous accomplishments in the areas of sensor-based predictive analytics, machine learning, and asset management.”
About Nagi Gebraeel
Gebraeel's key research focus is on developing next-generation machine learning tools specifically tailored for real-time equipment diagnostics and prognostics that enable subsequent operational and logistical decision making. A significant component of his research deals with the scalability of these algorithms to Big Data settings that involve massive amounts of sensor data streams being generated from large fleets of equipment. From the standpoint of application domains, Gebraeel has a general interest in the energy industry with a focus on power generation, and the manufacturing industry with a focus on discrete and continuous manufacturing.
Gebraeel currently serves as an associate director at Georgia Tech's Strategic Energy Institute with the responsibility of identifying and promoting research initiatives and thought leadership at the intersection of data science and energy. He is also the director of the Analytics and Prognostics Systems laboratory at Georgia Tech's Manufacturing Institute.
He was the former president of the Institute of Industrial and System Engineers (IISE) Quality and Reliability Engineering Division, and is currently a member of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), the American Nuclear Society (ANS), and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).
He received his M.S. (1998) and Ph.D. (2003) in industrial engineering from Purdue University.
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