Areas of Focus
The Supply Chain and Logistics Institute hosts a series of monthly seminars open to interested faculty, students and corporate partners as well as the general public. If you are interested in attending any of the sessions, please review the below information and register online.
There are numerous opportunities in utilizing quantitative methods in health and humanitarian systems. There are often limited resources and multiple stakeholders in these settings, and efficient and effective decision-making is important for resource utilization as well as improved outcomes for individuals or populations. We will discuss a few examples of the applications of quantitative methods in health and humanitarian systems, such as pre-positioning inventory for disaster preparedness, post-disaster debris management, intervention strategies and resource allocation for disease management, and allocation of healthcare workers to geographic areas.
Pinar Keskinocak, William W. George Chair and Professor, ISyE and ADVANCE Professor, College of Engineering and and Director of the Center for Health and Humanitarian Systems
Attendance to the sessions is complimentary for SCL corporate partners, SCL Industry Advisory Board members, SCL affiliated faculty and students, and students enrolled in the Masters in Supply Chain Engineering program.
To take advantage of the included lunch, you must register by deadline noted on the registration page.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GTMI: 1st floor Auditorium