Pf. In-Chan Choi (최인찬 교수)

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In-Chan Choi, Professor at Korea University, received his B.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering from Korea University(1982) and Iowa State University(1984) and his M.S., M.Phil., Ph.D. degrees in Operations Research from Columbia University, New York, (1986, 1988, 1990, respectively).

Prior to join Korea University in 1996, he held a tenure track faculty position in Industrial Engineering Department at Wichita State University, Kansas, for five and half years. Outside academia, he has research work experience at Bell Communications Research (Bellcore), where he was employed as a member of Technical Research Staff in 1988.

Prof. Choi’s research interests span a wide spectrum in mathematical programming, from theoretical development to industrial applications of optimization models. He is currently interested in data mining, machine learning, vehicle routing, scheduling, and performance evaluation models.

Prof. Choi’s research work appeared in Mathematical Programming, Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications, Operations Research Letters, Annals of Operations Research, Industrial Engineering Transactions, Computer and Operations Research, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, and Location Science. His work published in ORSA Journal on Computing was referenced by numerous journal articles and book chapters.

Prof. Choi is a member of honor societies Omega Rho (Operations Research), Pi Mu Epsilon (Mathematics), and Alpha Pi Mu (Industrial Engineering) and he is listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World (2006, 2007), Who’s Who in Science and Engineering (2006). He is a recipient of Granite Tower Teaching Excellence Award in the fall of 2004 and in the spring and the fall of 2005 in Korea University.

Prof. Choi was a board member of Korean Institute of Industrial Engineers and the general secretary of Korea Society for Simulation and. He served on the editorial boards of Journal of Technology Innovation and Journal of KORMS. He has been on government advisory/evaluation committees, including the Ministry of Information and Communication and the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy.