Affiliates

Faculty Affiliates

CHE Faculty Affiliates 2014

Faculty Research area Webpages
Dionne Aleman Medical applications of operations research; radiotherapy treatment optimization, pandemic planning; data mining to improve bone marrow transplant outcomes; global optimization; heuristic design; parallel computing. Publications;
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Christopher Beck Optimization; heuristic search; constraint programming; scheduling; hybrid algorithms; dynamic and uncertain problems; problem modeling. Publications;
MIE Faculty Profile;
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Merve Bodur Integer programming, stochastic programming, multiobjective integer programming and combinatorial optimization with applications in service systems staffing and scheduling and network interdiction problems. MIE Faculty Profile
Michael W. Carter Healthcare human resource planning and forecasting; capacity planning; operating room planning and scheduling; wait list management; healthcare system modelling; patient flow simulation; cancer screening capacity; clinic planning. Journal Publications;
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Timothy C.Y. Chan Operations research; optimization under uncertainty; mathematical programming; probabilistic analysis of systems; applications to radiation therapy; health care operations; sustainability; sports analytics. Publications;
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Mark Chignell Human factors approaches to information technology; mobile computing; healthcare ergonomics; social computing; advanced user interface design; smart internet and personal web. Applications to healthcare and e-commerce. Publications;
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Birsen Donmez Human factors; human adaptation to technology; designing feedback for guiding operator behavior; driver distraction mitigation; statistical modelling of crash data; decision support for emergency medical transport; interruptions in intensive care settings; unmanned vehicle supervisory control. Publications;
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Daniel M. Frances Application of simulation techniques to health care and manufacturing; Ontario electricity market; interfaces between operations research and information systems. MIE Faculty Profile
Chi-Guhn Lee Various logistics problems; sequential decision making theories; financial theories applied in manufacturing and service sectors; market-driven conflict resolution; optimal pricing; marketing; information system control and design. Publications;
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Paul Milgram Human Factors issues related to navigation, manipulation and control in 3D environments; human-machine interfaces for teleoperation; human factors issues in medicine, especially surgery and anaesthesiology; modelling of attentional workload. MIE Faculty Profile;
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Scott Sanner Machine Learning and Large-scale Data Analysis, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Information Retrieval, Social Media, Recommender Systems, Sequential Decision Optimization, Operations Research, Smart Cities Applications. Publications;
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Vahid Sarhangian Applied Probability; Stochastic Processes; Queueing Theory; Applications to Service and Healthcare Operations. MIE Faculty Profile

 

Industry Affiliate

Jennifer Quaglietta

Jennifer Quaglietta is a healthcare executive at North York General Hospital, who previously worked for the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. She has extensive experience in quality, patient experience, patient- and family-centred care, strategy development and policy.

 

Research Affiliate

Neal Kaw

Neal Kaw is a Data Scientist in the Li Ka Shing Centre for Healthcare Analytics Research and Training (LKS-CHART) at St. Michael’s Hospital. He received his B.A.Sc. and M.A.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Toronto. His primary research interests are in the application of operations research methods to problems in healthcare and medicine. Before joining St. Michael’s Hospital, he was a Student Analyst at Cancer Care Ontario.