We are pleased to invite you to attend the Department of Management Sciences Seminar Series in the Faculty of Engineering at The University of Waterloo!
Our seminar series often accommodates a variety of talks such as research-oriented, Ph.D. student, and practitioner-oriented talks. Topics in the series include, among other, energy systems, optimisation, logistics and supply chain, healthcare, information and communications technologies, and socio-technical systems.
The audience, usually 15-25 in size, is primarily composed of faculty and graduate students from the Department of Management Sciences, although other faculty, students and industrial professionals frequently attend.
Visit our Events page for a full listing of upcoming seminars, and details.
The department seminar series' coordinator is Houra Mahmoudzadeh
Seminars are typically held on Mondays from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. in CPH 4333, unless otherwise noted.
|2017-09-18||Dr. Taewoo Lee||University of Houston, Department of Industrial Engineering||Operations Research||Data-Driven Objective Selection in Multi-Objective Optimization|
|2017-09-25||Dr. Yuqing Ren||University of Minnesota, School of Management||Information Systems/Organizational Behaviour||The Significance of Task Significance in Online Marketplaces for Work|
|2017-10-30||Dr. Ebru Bish||Virginia Tech University, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering||Operations Research||Public Health Screening: Challenges and Opportunities|
|2017-11-15||Andrew Brown||Data Scientist, New Hippo Health, Vancouver, BC||Operations Research||Trust & Automation|
|2017-11-20||Dr. Yigal Gerchak||Tel Aviv University, Department of Industrial Engineering||Operations Research||Partnership Profit Sharing|
|2018-03-12||Dr. Sebastien Lahaie||Operations Research/Computational Economics||TBA|
|2018-03-26||Dr. Jonathan Y. Li||University of Ottawa||Operations Research||TBA|
|2018-05-14||Dr. Kathleen M. Carly||Carnegie Mellon University||Computer Science/Organisational Behaviour||TBA|
This schedule may change due to unforeseen reasons.