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Marvin K. Nakayama Edit Profile

educator , Computer scientist

Marvin K. Nakayama, American computer scientist, educator. Achievements include development of numerous methods for statistically analyzing output from simulations. Recipient CAREER Award, National Science Foundation, 1996, George E. Nicholson prize, 1992. Member of Association Computing Machinery, Institute Operations Research and Management Sciences.

Education

Bachelor in Mathematics and Computer science, University California, San Diego, 1986. Master of Science in Operations Research, Stanford University, 1988. Doctor of Philosophy in Operations Research, Stanford University, 1991.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow International Business Machines Corporation Thomas J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, New York, 1991—1993. Visiting professor Rutgers University, Newark, 1993—1994. Assistant professor New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1994—1998.

Associate professor New Jersey Institute of Technology, 1999—2010, professor, since 2010. Visiting professor Columbia University, New York City, 1998—1999.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of numerous methods for statistically analyzing output from simulations.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Area editor Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulations, since 2002, simulation area editor Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Journal on Computing, since 2007.

Membership

Member of Association Computing Machinery, Institute Operations Research and Management Sciences.