Technology, Management, and Policy Consortium at GWU
Sunday, June 16 – Tuesday, June 18, 2019
The George Washington University [External Link] is proud to welcome the Technology, Management & Policy (TMP) Graduate Consortium to Washington, DC for the group’s 2019 annual meeting. This year the meeting will be held on June 16-18 2019 and will follow the tradition of social activities on Sunday followed by the technical meeting on Monday-Tuesday.
Hosted by the Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering [External Link], this event brings together doctoral students and advanced MS students whose research addresses a range of problems in the area of science, technology, and public policy. Student participants will present research papers to each other and in so doing build-up an international intellectual network among peers. Participating faculty assess the presentations and awards are given for the best paper(s) and poster(s).
More information can be found at http://tmpconsortium.org/[External Link]
About The George Washington University
Our University actively engages Washington, D.C., and the world. Our location in the heart of Washington places us at the core of U.S. government, policy and law. We sit where the worlds of science, technology, media and the arts converge. Our students and faculty have the unparalleled opportunity to study and work alongside leaders and practitioners in every discipline, to take part in the interchanges that shape our community and the world.
Engineering Management & Systems Engineering at GWU
The EMSE department [External Link] embodies an integrated program of research, teaching, and public service in the disciplines of technology management and engineering systems modeling and development, and in the enhancement of solution methods for such models. Professional engineering managers must understand both the technologies being developed and the rapidly changing marketplace in which these technologies will be applied. Engineering management and systems engineering is an interdisciplinary, problem-solving field. The department develops innovative educational and research programs that cross disciplinary and departmental boundaries.
To facilitate travel planning, here is the high-level schedule:
Sunday, June 16
Student-led social events begin after lunch. Dinner will be an informal cookout, hosted by the EMSE Department Chair, Prof. Tom Mazzuchi.
Monday, June 17
Technical talks all day. Formal dinner in the evening.
Tuesday, June 18
Technical talks in the morning and early afternoon. Faculty meeting in the afternoon, followed by awards. The program will wrap up by late afternoon.