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Alum Auyon Siddiq and IEOR Professor Max Shen show how smart placement of defibrillators may help save lives for victims of cardiac arrest.
Attention undergraduates! The 2019 Jengyee Prize - Leadership for a Better World — is now accepting applications.
Manufacturers say data stripped of identifying information is no privacy risk. But we found AI can overcome that. Time to update health privacy laws.
IEOR professor of the graduate school Shmuel Oren has just been awarded the Berkeley Citation by Chancellor Carol Christ.
The National Science Foundation has just announced that IEOR assistant professor Anil Aswani will receive a CAREER award of $500,000 to investigate personalized chronic disease management starting in fiscal year 2019.
The paper titled "On the Exponential Number of Connected Components for the Feasible Set of Optimal Decentralized Control Problems" by IEOR PhD student Han Feng and associate professor Javad Lavaei has been selected to be a finalist at the 2019 American Control Conference (ACC).