Graduate and Undergraduate Prizewinners at INFORMS Conference
PhD Student Alireza Farasat received second place in the Interactive Poster Session at the INFORMS Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA, Nov 1-4, for the poster "Intelligent Tutoring Systems: Future Paradigm of Educational Environments"
UB's ISE program has recently been ranked 30th out of 100 ISE and related programs nationwide, according to the US News and World Report graduate program rankings. It ranks 21st across public universities. Congratulations to all of our faculty, students, and staff and have a look at our research highlights, alumni profiles, and education programs to learn more about what makes UB ISE the place to be.
Kyle Cunningham's (2014 BSIE) paper "Alleviating Competitive Imbalances in NFL Schedules: An Integer-Programming Approach" has been selected as a the winner of the 2015 INFORMS Undergraduate Operations Research Prize.