ResearchEnergy policy and life cycle energy risk management Policy tools and development of decision-frameworks for managing life safety risk under constraint of scarce resources Evaluation of regulatory and market based instruments for achieving environmental objectives
My research interest is developing decision support tools to analyze resource allocation and facility layout/design problems. The goal of my research is to use operations research to accurately model and efficiently solve these types of problems facing organizations and policy makers.
Research in Behavioural & Organizational Aspects of Information Systems and Management of Technology
Underestimating our influence over others
Methods: integer programming, stochastic programming, bilevel programming, quadratic programming, decomposition algorithms for large scale mathematical programs
Language, cognition & communication in organizations
Institute for Innovation ResearchNovel approaches for knowledge transfer, open innovation, technology intelligence and planning New approaches to the assessment of 'business worthiness' among knowledge-intensive and technology-based new ventures
Research in Serendipity
Ada's research has focused on gender issues and the cultural markers of the undergraduate Engineering education.
Stochastic Models of Manufacturing and Service Systems
Interdisciplinary Research On Production Management And Dynamic Problem Solving
My major research thrust is on interdisciplinary research integrating Operations Management, Information Systems, and human judgment used in decision making.
PhD, Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan
BSE, Computer Science, University of Michigan
Mechanism Design, Prediction Markets, Game Theory, Nonlinear Optimization, Network Design, Telecommunications.
Research interestsoptimization network models supply chain management transportation risk logistics