Roshanak (Roshi) Nateghi
Assistant Professor (August 2015 – Present)
Schools of Industrial Engineering and Environmental & Ecological Engineering
West Lafayette, IN, USA
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD (July 2012)
PhD, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD (May 2009)
MSE, Department of Geography and Environmental Engineering
Imperial College London, London, UK (Oct 2006)
MEng, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Postdoctoral Research Associates
I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Purdue School of Industrial Engineering. I earned my PhD in Sustainable and Resilient Infrastructure Systems program in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I received my Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, and my Master's in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University. My current research mainly concerns developing computational tools for fast and reliable analysis of smart and resilient infrastructure systems with a focus on power and transportation systems.
I am a PhD student in the Ecological Sciences & Engineering interdisciplinary graduate program and the Dept. of Environmental & Ecological Engineering. In 2018, I graduated from the University of Arkansas with a bachelor's degree in Biological Engineering. My current research is to use agent-based and predictive models to determine the long-term social and environmental effects of autonomous vehicles. When not working on research, I am normally playing a sport (basketball, soccer, or volleyball most likely), slack lining, reading, volunteering, or playing a board game.
I am a PhD student in the Purdue School of Industrial Engineering. My current research interests revolve around using mathematical and statistical models to aid in the development of sustainable critical infrastructure. Originally from North Carolina, I graduated with a BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from North Carolina State University in 2016. While at NCSU, my research focused on the use of alternative transportation in emergency medicine. While not in school, I am an avid runner and rock climber. Read more: http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~brachuno/.
Deb Maia Silva
I am a PhD student in the Environmental and Ecological Engineering Department. I graduated from the University of Campinas, Brazil, in 2016, and worked as a civil engineer from 2014 to 2016. Research interests are Data Analysis and Predictive Modeling. When not buried under giant databases, I will probably be orbiting around a ball at CoRec as the big sports fan I am.
I am a PhD student in the Ecological Sciences & Engineering interdisciplinary graduate program and the Dept. of Environmental & Ecological Engineering. My research focuses on modeling the urban water-energy-climate nexus using multivariate statistical models. Ultimately, I would like to use my model to promote water sustainability in urban areas. I graduated from Ohio State University with a BS in Environmental Engineering in 2015 and have since worked as a research assistant on a variety of drought-related projects at Purdue. Outside of research, I enjoy reading novels, exploring new cities and spending as much time as possible by the ocean.
Min Soo Choi
I am a Master’s student in School of Industrial Engineering at Purdue University. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Management Engineering in 2016 from Korea University, Korea. My research interests are in data analytics and statistical machine learning.
I am a senior studying Industrial Engineering at Purdue University. My research interests include data analysis and machine learning especially for applications in environmental sustainability and public health. In my free time, I enjoy working on my comic book and taking walks.
Maria A Galiana
Originally from Madrid, Spain, I am a junior studying Industrial Engineering and minoring in Economics. My research interests include Data Analysis and I am currently collaborating with the Department of Ecological and Environmental Engineering on a project to analyze the comprehensive data set of environmental quality and public health indicators, and to explore the long-term, large-scale health of the planet and the link to human health.
I am a junior studying Industrial Engineering at Purdue University. My research interests include data analysis, and I am currently working with PhD student Renee Obringer on her water-energy-climate nexus project using multivariate statistical models. In addition to research, I am the Secretary for Alpha Pi Mu, Purdue's chapter of the National Industrial Engineering Honor Society, and I am the Vice President of Purdue's Disney Appreciation Club.
I am a Master's student in the School of Industrial Engineering and the Ecological Sciences and Engineering interdisciplinary graduate program at Purdue University. My research focuses on the applications of statistical machine learning to natural disasters, climate change, and renewable energy. A long-time Boilermaker, I received my BS in Environmental Engineering from Purdue. Outside of school, I love to whitewater kayak and rock climb.
Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Buffalo
I am currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Buffalo. Previously, I w a Postdoctoral Research Assistant in the Lyles School of Civil Engineering, jointly affiliated as a Visiting Scholar with the School of Industrial Engineering at Purdue University. My research interests are centered on developing algorithms and risk-informed decision models to investigate the complex interplay between the human and socio-technical systems under the influence of various external stressors. My current research projects focus on modeling the complex climate-energy demand nexus and studying the climatic shocks to the electric power grid, with a broader objective to ensure a resilient and sustainable energy infrastructure systems.
I earned my Bachelor's of Technology degree in Mechanical Engineering (2015) from the Vellore Institute of Technology in Chennai, India, and my Master's degree in Industrial Engineering (2017) from Purdue University. My areas of interest include data analytics, predictive modeling, decision science and operations research. I see myself solving challenging business problems making use of insights gained from data and helping improve the decision making process of the organization I am associated with. Currently I'm a Finance & Planning Analyst at J.P Morgan Chase & Co.
Aiyshwariya Paulvannan Kanmani
I earned my Bachelor's degree in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering with a minor in Operations Research from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, in 2017, and my Master's degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University in 2019. My areas of interest include data science, statistical machine learning and operations research. Currently, I work as an internal consultant in the Operations Research and Advanced Analytics team at American Airlines focused on leveraging machine learning tools to solve airlines issues.
I graduated with a Master's degree from the School of Industrial Engineering at Purdue, after earning my Bachelor's at Purdue in Mathematics and Computer Science. My research interests are in data analytics and statistical machine learning. During my Mater's degree, I worked on various projects, including predictive analytics of residential energy consumption, characterizing the water footprint in the U.S., and modeling the energy-water demand nexus in the residential sector.