Dr. Qiang Zhou is an Associate Professor in the Dept. of Systems and Industrial Engineering, the University of Arizona. Before joining UA in 2017, he was an assistant professor at City University of Hong Kong (since 2012).
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
B.E. in Automotive Engineering (2005), Dept of Automotive Engineering
M.S. in Mechanical Engineering (2007), Dept of Automotive Engineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
M.S. in Statistics (2010), Dept of Statistics
Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering (2011), Dept of Industrial and Systems Engineering
I am a faculty member of the UA Statistics and Data Science GIDP (graduate interdisciplinary program).
I am now the director of SIE Reliability & Intelligent Systems Engineering Lab.
Emails I used in the past (if you see them from my papers, please use my current UA email address for correspondence):
His research focuses on industrial data analytics for engineering decision making and system performance optimization, using methodologies from applied statistics, data mining, machine learning and signal processing. Specifically, he has been working in the areas such as experimental design and analysis of computer simulations, engineering system monitoring, fault diagnostics and failure prognostics, statistical quality control for manufacturing processes. Application areas of his research include semiconductor manufacturing, nanomaterial fabrication, automobile industry, telecommunications, computer simulations, etc. Dr. Zhou is a member of INFORMS, IIE and IEEE.
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