Dr. Yuan-Han Huang received the B.S. in Industrial Engineering from I-Shou University, Taiwan; the M.B.A. in Industrial Management from the National Taiwan University Science & Technology, Taiwan; and the M.S. in Industrial & Systems Engineering from the State University of New York (SUNY), Buffalo. Dr. Huang received his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering with a concentration in Human Factors Engineering from Clemson University in 2013.
Dr. Huang joined Penn State Behrend in August, 2013. Prior to the employment at the Penn State Behrend, he was a graduate research assistant and teaching assistant at Clemson University. His research interest focuses on investigating the evolution of medical professionals’ workflow under various healthcare settings.
IE 322 – Probabilistic Models in Industrial Engineering
IE 323 – Statistical Methods in Industrial Engineering
IE 327 – Introduction to Work Design
IE 405 – Deterministic Models in Operations Research
IE 418 – Human/Computer Interface Design
IE 480W – Capstone Design Project
QMM 552 – Applied Statistical Process Control & Experimental Design
Dr. Huang’s research focuses on improving the quality of care in the healthcare community and on supporting the long-term sustainability of clinical practice evolution. The ultimate goal of the healthcare research concentrations is to develop a series of state-of-the-art healthcare evaluation methods and tool kits. To achieve this goal, Dr. Huang investigates the evolution of workflows in the inpatient, outpatient, and long-term healthcare settings based on the usage of new technology and communication strategies.
Reviewer for refereed journals or proceedings
Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Accomplishment Conference, 2014
National Organization for Business and Engineering (NOBE), Penn State Behrend Chapter, 2013
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