Jeffrey W. Herrmann
Objective: My research uses mathematical models to understand, model, and improve decision making by humans and autonomous systems.
This page is divided into the following sections:
Research Collaborations and Students
It is my pleasure to be advising the following students: Vikram Adipudi, Tekevwe Akoroda, Michael Dawson, Prem Ganapathy, Chien-Ming Huang, Samuel Langlois, Feroze Schenck, and Aidan Wallace. I am currently collaborating with Shapour Azarm, Mohammad Fazelpour, Erica Gralla, Hongjie Liu, Don Milton, Michael Otte, and Huan (Mumu) Xu.
Some recent theses and dissertations by my students:
Over the years my students, former students, their families, and I have had various opportunities to gather for fun and food. Please see the photo album for photos of these events.
Research Areas and Projects
The following web sites provide information about the research projects and efforts that we have completed and those that are underway:
About My Research
Research Lab: I am the director of the Simulation-Based System Design Laboratory. The lab has many faculty, students, and projects on a wide variety of topics related to simulation and system design. (This lab was formerly known as the Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab.)
A video about my research.
A video of my ISR Colloquium (Fall, 2010) on Improving Planning for Public Health Emergencies.
A news story about my presentation to an Institute on Medicine committee.
A news story about our NSF grant for problem decomposition in facility design.
A news story about my promotion in 2015.
A news story about our project on Planning and Metareasoning for Multi-Agent Systems with Variable Communication Availability.
A news story about my work planning mass vaccination clinics.
The announcement about our research partnership with UMBC and ARL on AI and multi-agent systems.
See also my Google Scholar page.
Last updated on May 26, 2021.