Mostafa Reisi Gahrooei
H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology, 755 Ferst Dr, Atlanta, GA 30318
Welcome to my webpage. I have completed my PhD in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. I am co-advised by professor Kamran Paynabar and professor Jianjun Shi.
I will be joining the Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) department of the University of Florida as an assistant professor, starting in Fall 2019.
- Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering (2019), Georgia Institute of Technology
- M.S. in Computational Science and Engineering (2018), Georgia Institute of Technology
- M.S. in Applied Mathematics, Southern Illinois University
- M.S. in Transportation Engineering, Southern Illinois University
- B.S. in Civil Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
My research interests focus on developing efficient methodologies and algorithms for modeling and monitoring industrial systems with high-dimensional, heterogeneous data. My research lies at the intersection of statistics, optimization, and computational science and can be categorized into the following areas:
- Modeling processes with heterogeneous tensorial data: Develop scalable and computationally efficient algorithms for modeling and analysis of processes with heterogeneous forms of data, such as images, profiles, and scalars.
- Modeling and monitoring dynamic stream of networks: Develop methodologies for data-driven modeling of temporal behavior and connectivity structure of a system with large-number of connected components.
- Adaptive system modeling and data fusion: Develop methodologies for adaptive modeling of a system by integrating available low-fidelity data and real-time, intelligently-acquired high-fidelity data.
- Winner of the best paper award in SAS Data Mining Best Paper competition, INFORMS (2018).
- Finalist for Best Student Paper Award in the Industrial and Systems Engineering Conference in the Quality Control and Reliability Engineering (QCRE) division (2018).
- Best poster award at The Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference (CRIDC) at Georgia Tech (2018) for the paper: Characterizing the aged state of Ni-based Superalloys based on process variables using PCA and tensor regression.
- Recipient of the high impact project from Illinois department of transportation for project ICT-R27-90 (2013)