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Three MSSE students graduate

Left to right: Fred Faber, Julie McNeil and Maliheh Poorfarhani
Left to right: Fred Faber, Julie McNeil and Maliheh Poorfarhani

Three students are graduating from the M.S. in Systems Engineering (MSSE) program this spring. Congratulations to:

Fred Faber, whose thesis paper is "An Extensible Test-Bed for Order Processing and Revenue Management." Fred's advisor is Professor Michael Ball (Robert H. Smith School of Business/ISR).

Julie McNeil, also advised by Professor Ball. Her thesis paper is "Order Assignment and Resource Reservation: An Optimization Model and Policy Analysis."

 

Maliheh Poorfarhani, whose thesis paper is "Modeling, Validation and Verification of Concurrent Behavior in Canal System Operations Using LTSA & UPPAAL." Her advisor is Associate Professor Mark Austin (CEE/ISR).

May 4, 2005


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