Linda K. Nozick
Dr. Linda Nozick is Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Cornell University. She is also the Director of the College Program in Systems Engineering, a program she co-founded. She has been the recipient of several awards including a CAREER award from the National Science Foundation and a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers from President Clinton for "the development of innovative solutions to problems associated with the transportation of hazardous waste." She has authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications, many focused on transportation, the movement of hazardous materials and the modeling of critical infrastructure systems. She has been an associate editor for Naval Research Logistics and a member of the editorial board of Transportation Research Part A. She has served on two National Academy Committees to advise the US Department of Energy on renewal of their infrastructure. During the 1998-1999 academic year she was a Visiting Associate Professor in the Operations Research Department at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Dr. Nozick holds a B.S. in Systems Analysis and Engineering from the George Washington University and a M.S.E and Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Nozick's primary research interest is the development of mathematical models for use in the management of complex systems. She has particular interest in systems that can be represented mathematically as networks, including transportation and logistics systems, civil infrastructure networks and project networks.
Network modeling for transportation planning
I am currently Director of the Systems Engineering Program. I serve on the Strategic Oversight Committe for the College of Engineering. I am the mission area coordinatior for the Engineering Systems and Management are of CEE and I am chairing the Strategic Planning Committee for the Master of Engineering Program.
- 2012. "Game Theory-Based Identification of Facility Use Restrictions for the Movement of Hazardous Materials Under Terrorist Threat." Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review 48 (1): 115-131. .
- 2012. "Transmission and Generation Expansion to Mitigate Seismic Risk." IEEE Transactions on Power Systems . .
- 2012. "Seismic Retrofit for Electric Power Systems." Earthquake Spectra . .
- 2012. "An Approximate Algorithm for Dynamic Traffic Assignment." Transportation Engineering . .
- 2011. "Optimizing the Selection of Scenarios for Loss Estimation in Transporation Networks." Phoenix, AZ December.
Selected Awards and Honors
- "Optimizing the Selection of Scenarios for Loss Estimation in Tranportation Networks" co-authored with Brown, Gearhart, Romero, Jones, and Xu nominated for Best Paper (Winter Simulation Conference) 2012
- The Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board (serving currently) (Appointed by President Obama) 2011
- Recognition Award from Sandia National Laboratories for the optimization model in the Integrated Budget Tool for Complex Wide Budget Optimization (Sandia National Labs) 2009
- Performance Excellence Award for Research Contributions in Transportation Planning for Very Specialized Materials (DOE) 2003
- Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) (President of the United States and the National Science Foundation) 1997
- BS (Systems Analysis and Engineering), George Washington University, 1989
- MS (Systems Engineering), University of Pennsylvania, 1990
- Ph D (Systems Engineering), University of Pennsylvania, 1992