research group

current members

rachel hunter-rinderle is an M.S. student in industrial and systems engineering at The Ohio State University. She is focusing in operations research. She graduated with her B.S. in industrial and systems engineering from The Ohio State University in May 2020. Rachel’s research is focused on modeling resiliency in residential energy systems. Rachel has worked on scheduling optimization at the US Postal Service and dynamic space allocation at Procter & Gamble. She will be joining the Supply Chain Data Science team at Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati full-time after graduation in May 2021. Hunter-Rinderle

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chundi luo transferred to The Ohio State University from Sichuan University in 2018, and got dual degrees from both universities in 2020. Recently, she finished her M.Phil. in industrial systems manufacturing and management and now is studying towards a Ph.D. in engineering at University of Cambridge. Her research focus is on business ecosystems of electric vehicles in China. She has played the piano for more than seventeen years and studied Latin and jazz dance. Her biggest hobbies are the study of ancient Chinese history (which could be regarded as another research interest) and writing historical novels. Luo
ali shah mohammadi is an electrical engineering Ph.D. graduate from University of Tehran and is a former visiting scholar in the research group. He received the M.Sc. degree with first-class honor and the B.Sc. degree with second-class honor in electrical engineering from Shahid Beheshti University. His research interests include electricity-market restructuring, integration of renewable energy into power systems, energy management and smart grids, and the application of optimization theory to the operation and planning of power systems. Shah Mohammadi