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Yu (Chelsea) Jin

Assistant Professor

Systems Science and Industrial Engineering

Background

Yu "Chelsea" Jin received her BS degree in 2014 from the Department of Information Science and Technology at Jinan University in Guangzhou, China. In 2015, she received her master’s degree in manufacturing engineering from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She earned her PhD in industrial engineering at the University of Arkansas - Fayetteville in May 2020, and she joined Binghamton University as an assistant professor of Systems Science and Industrial Engineering in fall 2020.

Her research focuses on sensing and analytics, optimization, and simulation for advanced manufacturing and service applications. It has been sponsored by the Transdisciplinary Area of Excellence Seed Grant, Integrated Electronics Engineering Center Technical Advisory Board, Innovation Association and Zebra. She received the IISE Gilbreth Memorial Fellowship in both 2018 and 2019; the Kuroda Graduate Fellowship in Engineering, the Graduate Research Award in 2019, and the Outstanding Graduate Student Award in 2020 from the University of Arkansas.

Her work has been published in IISE Transactions and ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering. She has been a board member of IISE DAIS Division since May 2022 and an officer of INFORMS QSR International Committee since September 2020. She also served as a reviewer for IISE Transactions, ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, IEEE Transactions and Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing.


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Education

  • PhD: University of Arkansas - Fayetteville
  • ME: University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.
  • BS: Jinan University in Guangzhou, China

Research Interests

  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Sensing and analytics
  • Quality inspection and monitoring
  • Data-driven analytical modeling

Awards

  • Featured article in Industrial and Systems Engineer magazine, IISE, 2020.
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Arkansas, 2020.
  • Finalist of Industrial Data Challenge - Quality, Statistics and Reliability (QSR) Section, INFORMS, 2019.
  • I-SIM Diversity Award, INFORMS Simulation Society, 2019.
  • Gilbreth Memorial Fellowship, Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), 2018-2020.
  • Kuroda Graduate Fellowships in Engineering, University of Arkansas, 2019.
  • Graduate Research Award, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Arkansas, 2019.
  • Graduate Academic Award, Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Arkansas, 2018.

More Info

  • Jin, Y., Pierson, H., and Liao, H., “Toolpath Allocation and Process Scheduling for Concurrent Fused Filament Fabrication with Multiple Extruders”, IISE Transactions, 51.2 (2019): 192-208.
  • Jin, Y., Pierson, H., and Liao, H., “Scale and Pose Invariant Feature Quality Inspection for Freeform Geometries in Additive Manufacturing”, ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, 141.12 (2019).
  • Wang, N., Jin, Y., Ma, L., and Liao, H., “A Computational Method for Finding the Availability of Opportunistically Maintained Multi-State Systems with Non-exponential Distributions”, IISE Transactions, Accepted, 2019.
  • Jin, Y., Liao, H. and Pierson, H., “A Multi-Resolution Framework for Automated In-plane Alignment and Error Quantification in Additive Manufacturing”, Rapid Prototyping Journal, Accepted, 2020.
  • Jin, Y., Ruiz, C., Liao H., and Pierson, H., “Optimization for the Rebalancing and Maintenance of Bicycle-Sharing Systems”, submitted to Transportation Research Part D, working paper, 2020.
  • Jin, Y., Azucena, J., and Liao, H., “Modeling and Analysis of Two Normal Populations based on an Unlabeled Paired Sample.”, to be submitted to Statistics & Probability Letters, working paper, 2020.