Teaching Assistant Professor
- Phone: 919.515.7816
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Office: 4311A Fitts-Woolard Hall
Nur Ozaltin joined the ISE faculty as a teaching assistant professor in 2021 and teaches supply chain economics, engineering economic analysis and computer-based modeling at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Ozaltin’s primary research interest is in improving the innovativeness of students through modeling the engineering design processes. Her methods include Bayesian network modeling, quantitative and qualitative data analysis. Ozaltin published articles in Advances in Engineering Education, the ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, the International Journal of Engineering Education and The Journal of Engineering Entrepreneurship.
Awards and Honors
- 2022 | C.A. Anderson Outstanding Faculty in Industrial Engineering Award, NC State ISE
|Ph.D.||Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Management||University of Pittsburgh||2012|
|MSIE||Master of Science in Industrial Engineering||University of Pittsburgh||2008|
|BSIE||Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering||Boğaziçi University||2006|