Posted December 23, 2011 Atlanta, GA
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Kwok Tsui has accepted a position at the City University (CityU) of
Hong Kong where he will serve as Head of the Systems Engineering and
Engineering Management and Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
department, and Chair Professor of Industrial Engineering effective
January 1, 2012.
“I would like to thank Kwok for his 21 years of valued service to the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering and Georgia Tech, and wish him much happiness and success at CityU and in the future,” said Jane Ammons, H. Milton and Carolyn J. Stewart School Chair.
Tsui has a B.Sc. in Chemistry and a M.Ph. in Mathematics both from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He received his Ph.D. in Statistics from the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Before joining Georgia Tech in 1990, he worked in the Quality Assurance Center of AT&T Bell Laboratories. Tsui was a recipient of the 1992 NSF Young Investigator Award. He was the (elected) President and Vice President of the American Statistical Association Atlanta Chapter in 1992-1993. Dr. Tsui was the Chair of the INFORMS Section in Quality, Statistics, and Reliability (QSR) in 2000 and was the program chair of the QSR cluster sessions in 1999.
Tsui researches, teaches, and consults on statistical methods for quality and productivity improvement. His research interests include bust design and Taguchi method, experimental design, statistical process control, data mining, supply chain management, design and modeling of computer experiments, and design and analysis of coordinate measuring machine experiments.