Volgenau School of Engineering

Edward Huang, PhD

Associate Professor, Systems Engineering and Operations Research Department

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Research Focus

My research interests are in the area of model-based systems engineering, risk optimization and facility design. I received my Ph.D. in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. Prior to joining George Mason, I worked as a senior system engineer at Optym.

Current Projects

■ Model-based Systems Engineering: System Modeling Language (SysML), Model Verification, Control Modeling, and Model Tranformation.

■ Risk Mitigation: Stochastic Programming, Risk Measurement, Risk Mitigation and Resilience- Driven System Design.

■ Facility Planning and Design: Strategic Supply Chain Network Design, Distribution Planning, and Manufacturing Systems Design.

Select Publications

■ Huang, E., et al. (2018). TRobust model for the assignment of outgoing flights on airport baggage unloading areas. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 115, 110-125.

■ Zhao, H., et al. (2018). Clinical trial supply chain design based on the Pareto-optimal trade- off between time and cost. IISE Transactions, 50(6), 512-524.



Phone: 703-993-1672

Email: chuang10@gmu.edu

Website: http://mason.gmu.edu/~chuang10/