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I am a Ph.D. student in Industrial Engineering, focusing on applying queueing theory and simulation to healthcare and humanitarian needs. I have worked in the aerospace and healthcare industries, primarily using operations research tools to improve system performance. As an undergrad, I participated in various activities on campus, including the University Scholars Program, a campus ministry, and the NC State ‘Power Sound of the South’ Marching Band, where I played the Mellophone. When not on campus, you may find me playing piano, seeing musicals with my wife, petting my dogs, or working at The Lego Store at Crabtree Valley Mall.
Kurtis is currently doing cutting-edge research in algorithmic design for simulation optimization. He is also investigating the application of game-theoretic ideas and mechanism design to healthcare networks, with a specific focus on the kidney exchange. Additionally, he is exploring projects related to assigning cardiac patients to physicians, simulating renewable energy generation, and transportation networks.
|Expected Graduation||2024 | Spring|
|MIE||Master of Industrial Engineering||NC State University||2019|
|BSIE||Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering||NC State University||2018|
|BSE||Bachelor of Science in Economics||NC State University||2018|
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- A SIMULATION MODEL FOR THE MULTI-PERIOD KIDNEY EXCHANGE INCENTIVIZATION PROBLEM
- Konrad, K. (2020), 2020 WINTER SIMULATION CONFERENCE (WSC), pp. 794–805. https://doi.org/10.1109/WSC48552.2020.9384063