Güzin Bayraksan Receives Lumley Engineering Research Award
ISE Associate Professor, Güzin Bayraksan, was the recipient of Ohio State’s College of Engineering Lumley Research Award at the 19th annual Distinguished Faculty Awards. The Lumley Engineering Research Awards are presented to a select group of outstanding researchers in the College of Engineering who have shown exceptional activity and success in pursuing new knowledge of a fundamental or applied nature.
Güzin Bayraksan is an associate professor in the Integrated Systems Engineering Department at the Ohio State University. She received her Ph.D. in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin and B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Bosphorus (Bogazici) University in Istanbul, Turkey. Her research interests are in stochastic optimization, particularly Monte Carlo sampling-based and data-driven methods for stochastic programming with applications in water resources management. She is the recipient of 2012 NSF CAREER award, 2012 Five Star Faculty Award (UA), and the 2008 INFORMS best case study award. She currently serves as an elected member and treasurer of the Committee on Stochastic Programming (COSP), past-president of the Forum for Women in Operations Research and Management Science (WORMS), and on the editorial board of IIE Transactions.