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Alice Smith





Alice E. Smith is the Joe W. Forehand/Accenture Distinguished Professor of the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at Auburn University, in addition to being a Principal Scientist at Prometheus. Dr. Smith's research focus is analysis, modeling, and optimization of complex data sets and systems with emphasis on computational intelligence. She holds one U.S. patent and several international patents and has authored more than 200 publications which have garnered over 12,000 citations and an H Index of 45 (Google Scholar). Dr. Smith is the Editor in Chief of INFORMS Journal on Computing and an Area Editor of Computers & Operations Research. Dr. Smith has been a principal investigator on over $10 million of sponsored research. She is a Fellow of IEEE and IISE. She has served as Principal Investigator on over $10 million of sponsored research with funding by NASA, U.S. Department of Defense (both Air Force and Army), Missile Defense Agency, National Security Agency, NIST, U.S. Department of Transportation, Lockheed Martin, Adtranz (now Bombardier Transportation), the Ben Franklin Technology Center of Western Pennsylvania, and U.S. National Science Foundation, from which she has been awarded 18 distinct grants. Her defense funding has included projects on advanced simulation modeling, data-based risk analysis, robustness in military systems, and intelligent approaches to large scale system dynamics.


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