- UTA partners with Zipcar
- Mobile App for Parking Convenient for Visitors
- UTA launches new Institute for Sustainability and Global Impact
- Colleges vie for tree-planting title ahead of big game
- Air North Texas Be Air Aware and Clean Air Action Day
- Travel Support Grants
- UT Arlington Among First to Receive Sustainability Certification for Landscape
- Announcement Sustainability Speaker Grants University Sustainability Committee
- Student-Produced PSAs for Clean Air Action Day in North Texas
- Announcement Faculty Fellowships for 2014-2015 Sustainability in the Curriculum
Victoria C. P. Chen, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering.
Director, Center on Stochastic Modeling, Optimization, & Statistics (COSMOS).
Ph.D., Operations Research, Cornell University, 1993.
M.S., Operations Research, Cornell University, 1991.
B.S., Mathematical Sciences, The Johns Hopkins University, 1988.
Areas of Sustainability/Environmental Expertise
Statistical modeling, data mining, multi-stage stochastic optimization. Environmental applications: Ozone pollution control strategy optimization, data mining and analysis of particulate matter, multiple objective evaluation of wastewater treatment technologies, statistical analysis and minimization of the environmental impact of airport deicing activities, optimization for the design of a hydrogen filling station for fuel cell vehicles, multivariate monitoring of power plant processes, minimization of nitrogen oxide emissions from coal power plants.
Becoming more sustainable is a matter of being less wasteful and less contrary to what nature intended, and ultimately, sustainable behavior is more efficient and economical.>