The following centers and laboratories are affiliated with UF ISE:
The Computational and Stochastic Optimization Lab at the University of Florida is focused on the modeling of large-scale, stochastic integer programs. Current applications include electricity grid distribution and operation and supply chain logistics.
The HEALTH-Engine Lab at the University of Florida is focused on developing rigorous methods for modeling, analysis, design and improvement of service and healthcare delivery systems, and applying the results in practice.
- HUMAN INFORMATICS AND PREDICTIVE PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION (HIPPO) LAB
The Human Informatics and Predictive Performance Optimization researches systems and human performance by capturing, characterizing, and predicting human physiology and system dynamics to optimize the performance of humans within systems (e.g., Semi-auto vehicles, bio-adaptive virtual reality (VR), aeronautic and space applications, human machine teaming, smart health care systems).
The Human Systems Engineering Lab’s research areas include transportation human factors and human-autonomous vehicle interaction, applying wearable sensing technology and machine learning in occupational injury prevention and rehabilitation, and improving user interactions with new and emerging technologies in safety-critical systems.
Founded in 2000, the RMFE Lab provides a basis for the collaborative efforts of a multidisciplinary team of UF researchers and industrial partners in the area of risk management and financial engineering/mathematics.
The Supply Chain and Logistics Engineering Center at the University of Florida is an interdisciplinary center that encourages joint research and applied projects among faculty from engineering, computer science and business administration in conjunction with industry participants.