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Grad student Sean Gahagan wins best paper award

ISR grad student Sean Gahagan won first place in the Institute of Industrial Engineers Lean Student Paper Competition for his paper, "Adding Value to Value Stream Mapping; A Simulation Model Template for VSM." He is a Ph.D. student of Associate Professor Jeffrey Herrmann (ME/ISR).

The competition recognizes outstanding student papers in the field of lean research and practices. As the winner, Sean will present his paper in May at the IIE Annual Conference in Nashville.

January 25, 2007


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