"Cornell’s experience was, in fact, part of a national trend which saw a shift in research funding patterns away from the lone wolf investigator model. That historical shift underpinned a broader move toward collaborative interdisciplinary science, which you will recognize in my past and which is what I believe led me here." Read more about Lynden Archer, Cornell Engineering Dean
Andrew Daw Ph.D. '20
Andrew is a fifth-year Ph.D. student in the School of Operations Research and Information Engineering where he is advised by Jamol Pender. His research interests are in applied probability and stochastic processes, including self-exciting point processes, storage processes, and queues. Andrew's work is motivated by bursts of arrivals to systems, with applications to transportation, public health, and social media.
Please visit Andrew’s website for more information.