CTU scientist invited as research fellow in Korea

Korea’s largest national HEI, Pusan National University, invited CTU researcher Dr. Lanndon A. Ocampo  to share and deliver high–impact research outputs to academics in the  Engineering and Computational Optimization Laboratory of the Department of Industrial Engineering.

Recently named as one of Asia’s 100 scientists, Dr. Ocampo is privileged to experience the activity organized by Prof. Gyu M. Lee, head of PNU, which runs from July through September.

Prof. Lee is known for his researches in logistics system analysis and optimization, ICT convergence, operation research, and disaster response system, encouraging  Dr. Ocampo to further enhance his capabilities in carrying out cutting-edge research projects with the culturally-diverse research team.

The program allows for cooperation and learning from each participant to materialize researches inclined to  optimization and simulation, disaster management, supply chain management, logistics, data mining, and metaheuristic/machine learning.

Happy for the opportunity afforded, Dr. Ocampo mentioned in an interview that aside from professional development the undertaking is one of the keys to achieving the university’s goal in becoming a research university.

“I can share my insights on working with outstanding research teams and train my fellow faculty members to carry out high-quality research projects.”

He has high hopes that the program is  going to build a  long-term collaboration with PNU. UICPA