Erim Kardes - CREATE Post-Doctoral Research Associate
Erim Kardes is a postdoctoral research associate at University of Southern California (USC), Centre for Homeland Security (CREATE). His research interests include optimization and game theory with applications to models related to homeland security and queueing optimization.
He recieved his PhD degree in Industrial and System Engineering from USC in August 2007.His dissertation is on incomplete information stochastic games with applications to queueing control and homeland security. Erim also participated in research (funded by NASA and FAA) during his Master's at Rutgers University that investigated the safety impact of a new product portfolio developed by NASA on the national aerospace system risk