I am a Postdoctoral Fellow at the NSF Artificial Intelligence Research Institute for Advances in Optimization in the Georgia Tech School of Industrial and Systems Engineering working with Pascal Van Hentenryck applying optimzation and machine learning to supply chain problems.
I received my PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering from NC State University where I was advised by Osman Ozaltin and Reha Uzsoy. During my PhD, I worked on optimal resource allocation in healthcare and production systems. Methods include stochastic programming, combinatorial optimization and machine learning. Specific applications include risk-averse vaccine allocation, product transitions in decentralized environments and parallel machine scheduling.
In summer 2020, I did a research internship at Los Alamos National Lab, where I worked with Hassan Hijazi on alignment and registration of 3D point-cloud using mathematical optimization.
Before coming to NCSU, I did my undergrad at the Islamic University of Gaza majoring in Industrial Engineering.
PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering, 2023
North Carolina State University
BSc in Industrial Engineering, 2016
Islamic University of Gaza