Assistant Professor, Industrial Engineering
College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Science
Contact: 864-656-6919 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Amin is an assistant professor of industrial engineering in the College of Engineering and Science. He has focused his research on modeling health care problems through his interest in operations research. His scholarly interests include operations research, Stochasic processes and Markov decision processes, dynamic programming, approximation scheme in operations research, and medical decision making. He also enjoys teaching operations research courses.
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Amin works to develop models to aid decision and policy-makers in developing treatment and medical allocation strategies. His research helps decision-makers take multiple trade-offs and factors into account while also helping prioritize patients’ access to treatment. His research is even able to look into the future by helping decision-makers predict the impact of difference policies for health care challenges, such as HIV. Amin’s research supports and enables key decision-makers in health care to make informed, systematic decisions about impactful and complex health challenges.
Operations Research, Decision Processes, Dynamic Programming, Medical Decision Making