Dr. Corey Kiassat is an Assistant Professor and the Director of Industrial Engineering at Quinnipiac University and has a BASc and a PhD degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Toronto. He has an MBA, majoring in Marketing and International Business, from York University. Corey is a Professional Engineer and has 11 years of industry experience in manufacturing engineering and operations management with General Motors in USA and Canada. He has also been involved with a start-up company in personalized preventive healthcare. Corey’s research focus is on the role of people on performance of systems. His general research interests include process optimization, human reliability, distraction and human error, and failure risk analysis.
Dr. Xiaoyue Jiang is Visiting Professor of Industrial Engineering at Quinnipiac University. He has a PhD degree in industrial engineering and a master degree in electrical engineering from the University of Toronto, a master degree in operations research from Chinese Academy of Sciences, and a BSc degree in economic mathematics from Renmin University of China. Xiaoyue’s research interests include smart-grid and renewable integration, platform system design and optimization, performance guarantees for service and supply-chain systems, and reliability and maintenance optimization.
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