Julie Simmons Ivy
BS, (1991) University of Michigan; M.S. Georgia Tech (1992) Operations Research
of Michigan (1998)
area of degree: Industrial and Operations Research; thesis: ; advisor:
Assistant Professor of Statistics and Management Science University of Michigan Business School
Julie is an Assistant Professor of Statistics and Management Science. She completed her BS from the University of Michigan in 1991 and her MS from the George Institute of Technology in 1992. Julie joined UMBS in 1998 after finishing her Ph.D. from the University of Michigan. She has received numerous awards, including Rachham Merit Fellowship, Graduate Engineering for Minorities Fellowship, NSF-GEE Graduate Fellowship, and Eastman Kodak Scholarship and belongs to Tau Beta Pi and Alpha Pi Mu.
Julie's research interests are mathematical modeling of stochastic dynamic systems with emphasis on statistical and decision analysis as applied to manufacturing, business, and service environments. She has applied her work to optimal maintenance and diagnostic policies in manufacturing and medicine. She is active in INFORMS and has published in operations research and management science journals.
Julie and her husband Mike enjoy their international travel.
CURRENT RESEARCH ACTIVITY
Mathematical modeling of stochastic dynamic systems with emphasis on statistics and decision analysis as applied to manufacturing, business and service environments; Maintenance models for deteriorating systems with probabilistic monitoring and silent failures; Application of maintenance models to medical diagnosis and treatment.
Julie Simmons Ivy Maintenance of Deteriorating Machines with Probabilistic Monitoring and Silent Failures. Submitted to Operations Research.
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