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Optimization Can Lead to Fairer NFL Schedules

The National Football League (NFL) is the highest revenue generating sports league in the world and uses numerous complex rules in scheduling regular season games to maintain fairness, attractiveness and its wide appeal to all fans and franchises. While these rules balance a majority of the features in the current schedules they are not robust in spacing games to avoid competitive imbalance.

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Cognitive Engineering in Health Book Published

ISE Professor Ann Bisantz along with colleagues Catherine Burns (University of Waterloo) and Rollin J. Terry Fairbanks (Medstar Institute for Innovation, and UB ISE Adjunct Professor) have recently published the book "Cognitive Systems Engineering in Health Care," CRC Press.

INFORMS Quantum GIS Workshop Announced

The UB INFORMS chapter is hosting a workshop on Quantum GIS. Join the group to learn how to view, analyze, and edit data from this popular GIS package. Please bring your own laptop with Quantum GIS installed (free, open source). A mouse is useful. 

ISE Grad student Anshuman Kumar will lead the workshop.

Faculty Research in the News

Research by ISE faculty members Sara Behdad, Lora Cavouoto, and Matthew Bolton have all be featured in recent news releases and on-line news outlets.


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ISE Alumni Highlight (more highlights)

Sean Cunningham, BS 1989, Intel Corporation

Sean Cunningham works for Intel Corporation in Santa Clara, California, where he leads a team of supply chain analysts and software developers responsible for delivering advanced analytics and supply chain management apps.