Description
Our project provides analysis to help decision makers evaluate alternatives about allocating malaria intervention resources. Through collaboration with the CDC, we are aiming to increase the cost effectiveness of the Indoor Residual Spray (IRS) by determining where and when spraying should occur such that the maximum number of cases are averted and lives are saved. Our work has the potential to make a global impact by saving thousands of lives in regions where malaria kills more than 387,000 people annually.
Major Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE)
Sponsor CDC
Advisor Dr. Pinar Keskinocak
Primary Email Contact lee40@gatech.edu
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Members

Name Major Hometown
Yoonhye Jang Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) Seoul, Korea
Gustavo Gonzalez Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) Miami, FL
Indira Wildschut Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) Eindhoven, Netherlands
Shubham Shah Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) St. Louis, MI
Daniel Kurniawan Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) Malang, Indonesia
Anubhav Nayak Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) Singapore
Melina Azzouz Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) Orlando, FL
David Lee Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE) Fort Lee, NJ