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Program and Presenter Overview

Sang Won Yoon obtained his PhD in Purdue University’s School of Industrial Engineering, and he is currently a professor in the Systems Science and Industrial Engineering department at Binghamton University. So far, he has secured more than $4 million over 50 research projects from a variety of sponsors including Analog Devices, Innovation Associates, Montefiore Medical Center, Raymond, Samsung, Toyota, Xerox, United Health Services, etc. His research team has been studying a variety of emerging research domains including distributed decision making, coordination protocol design and collaborative control theory, large-scale data analytics and predictive modeling, healthcare systems optimization, production & manufacturing systems optimization, and warehouse management and transportation. Also, he has co-authored more than 100 internationally renowned journals and peer-reviewed conference proceedings.

Cost and Venue Information

Networking and introduction to the Tech Works will begin at 5:30 pm. Dinner will be at approximately 6:00 pm with the program at 7:00 pm. Please RSVP on this website Registration link. Cost is $20 which includes dinner. There is a $5 cover charge for events held at the TechWorks! in Binghamton. Unless otherwise noted for the specific event, there is no charge if you wish to omit the dinner and attend only the networkinq and/or program segments.

For meetings held at the TechWorks!, come early and experience the technology of the Southern Tier of New York. Explore the vintage IBM 1401 computing system, fly a Link simulator, see the Link lunar landing command module simulator, watch the Universal Instruments “pick and place” component insertion machine in action, play the Link nickelodeon piano … and much, much more.

We encourage you to attend every Professional Development Dinner Meeting, plant tour or ASQ Binghamton sponsored event. Common quality principles and practices apply to EVERY business and organization. Therefore, you can always learn something from one of our programs … even though the topic may be completely outside you normal discipline. Sharing information is important if the ASQ is truly going to achieve its goal of being “The Global Voice of Quality.”

Furthermore, we need YOUR thoughts and ideas related to the needs of both YOU and YOUR ORGANIZATION if we are to better meet those needs of a diverse community. Please join us … and remember; you don’t have to be an ASQ member to attend any of our events. So bring a friend, your spouse, and/or work associate. Although there is charge for each dinner meeting, there is NO CHARGE if you elect to NOT have dinner and just attend the networking session and/or program. Come and experience the camaraderie of like-minded, quality professionals! Presenter’s Biography: To follow at a later date.