DIAL (Decision Intelligence & Analytics Lab) is a multidisciplinary research group at Clemson University. We focus on exploring the mathematical foundations (optimization and statistics) that comprise prescriptive analytics.
Recent applications include devising efficient and fair algorithms for digital supply chains, designing reliable infrastructure for connected and automated vehicles, and enhancing AI-human systems.
Dr. Qi Luo is an Assistant Professor at Clemson University and the director of DIALab at Clemson University.
Qi is interesting in combining classical operations research approaches (stochastic optimization, game theory, stochastic modeling) with online learning to solve emerging applications in data analytics.
Qi is a member of INFORMS, ACM, TRB, and IISE.
Ph.D. student in Industrial Engineering
Previous experience: M.S.E. at the University of Florida.
Research projects: Sequential decision-making in evacuations and healthcare systems.
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M.S./Ph.D. student in Industrial Engineering (co-advised with Yuyuan ‘Lance’ Ouyang in SMSS)
Research projects: Reinforcement learning.
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Master ‘s student at Université Clermont Auvergne, France
Research project: Personalized and privacy-preserving multimodal mobility systems.
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B.S. student in Computer Science (co-advised with Jackie Cha)
Research projects: Human-AI team in robotic-assisted surgery.
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Master ‘s student in Industrial Engineering
Research project: Bridging electric freight transportation and power systems.
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Akshay Ashwin Shah
Master’s student in Industrial Engineering
Akshay is a master’s student in Industrial Engineering at Clemson University. He was an engineer in Dobby Automations. Akshay has a B.E. in Production at the University of Mumbai in India.
Research project: Modeling trust in dynamic human-robot interactions.
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Recent Research Projects
Algorithmic control in digital supply chains
Smart city and connected community