Principle Investigator
Starly
Starly

Dr. Starly is Associate Professor in the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at North Carolina State University

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Binil Starly is currently appointed as a James T. Ryan Professor in the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina State University. His research and education interests include cyber-physical systems in manufacturing, decentralized manufacturing marketplaces and the study of Artificial Intelligence technologies in manufacturing applications. He earned his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in 2006 from Drexel University, Philadelphia.

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Doctoral Students
Akshay Bharadwaj
Akshay Bharadwaj

Geometric deep learning algorithms and knowledge graphs in design and manufacturing

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Connie Li
Connie Li

Knowledge graphs in manufacturing systems

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Aman Kumar
Aman Kumar

Aman works on building Knowledge graphs in manufacturing

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Pavel "Pasha" Koprov
Pavel "Pasha" Koprov

Applications of AI in manufacturing

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Master of Science Students
Ashwin Ramachandran
Ashwin Ramachandran
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Undergraduate Research Students
Chase
Chase

Chase works on Manufacturing Automation

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Timothy Hill
Timothy Hill

Tim is working on Mixed Reality 3D models in Manufacturing

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Faculty and External Collaborators

NCSU Collaborators

Dr. Reha Uzsoy (ISE)

Dr. Rohan Shirwaiker (ISE)

Dr. Yuan Shin Lee (ISE)

Dr. Kemafor Ogan (CSC)

Dr. Paul Cohen (ISE)

Dr. Alessandra Scafuro (CSC)

External Collaborators

Dr. Yong Chen (USC - Los Angeles)

Dr. Chen Feng (NYU)

Dr. Louiqa Raschid (UMD - Business)

Dr. Daniele Panozzo (NYU - Comp Sci)

Dr. Shivakumar Raman (OU - Industrial Eng.)

Dr. Jay Pujara (USC-Information Sci. Institute)

Industry and Government Partners

Saint Gobain R&D North America

CISCO IoT R&D

CESMII, LA

Atology, Inc.

GrabCAD (Stratasys) Inc.

ABER Instruments, UK

Lab Alumni

"The work in our laboratory would not have happened without the hardwork and excellent contributions from past students. We wish them the best and successful careers. I hope they serve as excellent role models for current and future students". - Dr Starly.