Graduate Research Symposium (GRS) is an annual event since 2006 where Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) graduate students present their research in front of invitees and peers. It is a small scale conference with the following goals:
- Improve the quality and visibility of ongoing research in the department
- Create a networking opportunity between participants
- Create a platform for easy sharing of ideas and feedbacks among peer researchers
This event will also serves as a rehearsal for the final year doctoral candidates and near future conference attendees.
The GRS is organized by ISE graduate students who meet during the academic year to plan and organize this event along with faculty advisors.
The 2016-2017 GRS Organizing Committee:
- Hossein Badri, PhD Student
- Samira Anvaryazdi, PhD Student
- Yogeshwar Hagaware, Masters Student
- Vamsi Kirshna Kuppuraj, Masters Student
- Dr. Jeremy Rickli, Faculty Advisor
- Dr. Saravanan Venkatachalam, Faculty Advisor
In addition to all the faculty members and graduate students of the ISE department, invitees of this event typically are
- Two keynote speakers from either academia or industry
- Few guests from industry
- Prospective applicants to ISE doctoral research program
- Anyone interested about ISE research
To know more about this event, please contact us at ISEresearch@eng.wayne.edu.