Telfer School Graduate Students Presented Their Innovative Research Projects at Annual ‘SAE Research Café’
The Telfer School’s “research café” held last week was a terrific success! This annual event brought together students in Telfer School graduate programs and joint Telfer-Engineering and Computer Science graduate programs. The participants had the opportunity to discuss their research through presentations and networking with academic colleagues and participants from industry and the public sector. Many of these students had won awards for excellence in the uOttawa’s engineering graduate poster competition, held in April 2014.
The event highlighted the innovative research projects students are undertaking in the School’s three strategic areas of excellence: innovation and entrepreneurship, health systems management and analytics and performance.
This event was organized by the IBM Centre for Business Analytics and Performance and was hosted by Professor Greg Richards, Director. Richards is also professor of performance management and Director of the MBA Program.
List of presenters:
- “How List-based and Queued-based Lead Management Systems Drive Inside Sales Performance”, Alhassan Abdullahi Ohiomah
- " Biofuel Research Users' Needs-Assessments", Enas Alhassan & Abtin Shakiba
- “Diabetes Management Process Flow” & “Optimizing Surgical Capacity for a Rural Hospital through Monte Carlo Simulation”, Rachel Ozer
- “Optimizing Surgical Scheduling”, Shirin Geranmayeh
- “Business Intelligence - Enabled Adaptive Enterprise Architecture” Okhaide Akhigbe
- “Supporting Staffing Decisions in Hospital's Pathology Department: Application of Advanced Business Analytics Methods”, Amine Montazeri
- “Brain-based Biomarkers for Depression Diagnoses”, Fadwa Gamal Mohammed Al-Azab