Emre Kirac, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Engineering Management,
College of Science and Engineering
I joined the Department of Engineering at the University of Houston - Clear Lake in August 2016. Prior to joining the University of Houston - Clear Lake, I received a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Arkansas. I earned a Master's degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Colorado State University - Pueblo and a Bachelor's degree in Textile Engineering from Uludag University, Turkey.
My primary research interests include the application of operations research techniques to model and solve large-scale logistics planning problems arising in the humanitarian and supply chain sectors. I am also interested in applying simulation techniques to complex systems such as healthcare and scheduling problems.
- Ph.D., University of Arkansas, August 2016
- M.S.I.S.E., Colorado State University – Pueblo, December 2011
- B.S.T.E., Uludag University, June 2008
- Large-scale logistic planning problems arising in the humanitarian and supply chain sectors
- Vehicle routing problems
- Engineering optimization
- Modeling and simulation
Awards and Accomplishments
- University of Arkansas INEG Outstanding Graduate Student Award (2016)
- University of Arkansas INEG Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award (2016)
- University of Arkansas INEG Graduate Student Research Award (2014)
- Second place winner at the INFORMS Interactive Session Poster Competition (2014)