Prospective Students

This page provides guidance to prospective students. The target audience ranges from those considering M.S. or Ph.D. graduate study to those who have been accepted into our department and are looking for an advisor and a funded research project. Should you have any questions regarding this content, please contact us! We also run a weekly group meeting where we discuss current research projects and ideas. You are welcome to join us (see contact link above). This is probably the best way to become familiar with our group and approach to research.

May 19th, 2013 - Ed Teague graduates

We are sad to see him go, but Ed Teague is off to bigger and better things. Specifically, to a post as Assistant Professor in the Department of Systems Engineering at the United States Military Academy. His dissertation can be found here.

Congratulations, Ed!

Evaluating infrastructure resource allocation in support of regional stability

[teague2012evaluating] Teague, E., T. Warner, and D. Brown, "Evaluating infrastructure resource allocation in support of regional stability", International Journal of System of Systems Engineering, vol. 3, issue 2, pp. 154, 06/2012.

Automatic Quality Control of Transportation Reports using Statistical Language Processing

[gerber2013automatic] Gerber, M., and L. Tang, "Automatic Quality Control of Transportation Reports using Statistical Language Processing", IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, vol. 14, issue 4, pp. 1681-1689, 12/2013.

Jessica Vermaat


Bio
Jessica joined PTL in 2013 as an MS student. Prior to beginning her MS, Jessica was an Associate at BlackRock working in their Solutions Center. Her research interests include data mining, predictive modeling, and machine learning.

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