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Ph.D. Student in Aeronautics and Astronautics, admitted Autumn 2018
Current Research and Scholarly InterestsThe detection and prevention of GPS jamming and spoofing attempts through improved antenna design. The work includes the analysis of GPS signals, thread and test case definitions, and the integration in current and future environments.
Robert W. S. Ruhlandt
Ph.D. Student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, admitted Spring 2017
Engineers Student, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Course Assistant, Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning - Open Enrollment
BioRobert is a Ph.D. candidate in the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at Stanford University, advised by Professor Ray Levitt. Robert’s research focuses on big urban data and digital technologies in cities. He is passionate about innovative ways to address organizational, strategic and technical challenges in the urban environment.
During his time at Bain, Robert has worked on assignments regarding Strategy, Post Merger Integration, Re-Organization, and Due Diligence for Private Equity firms, industrial & service, and healthcare companies.
Robert holds an M.S. in management science and engineering from Stanford, as well as an M.S. and B.S. in industrial engineering and management from the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). He has written his Master thesis about university-driven entrepreneurship ecosystems in the US (Stanford) and Germany (KIT).
His previous work experience includes various internships in the investment banking, consulting and automotive industry.
Ph.D. Student in Civil and Environmental Engineering, admitted Spring 2012
BioKory is a PhD student in the Environmental Engineering & Science program of the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department and a member of the Poop Group. He is currently focusing his efforts on water supply and sanitation issues in rural Africa, specifically Mozambique. Additionally, Kory is currently working with fellow Poop Group member Sebastien Tilmans on a Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation funded low-cost toilet development project in Haiti called re.source.
Kory was born and grew up in Oregon and attended high school in Papua New Guinea. He received a BS in Environmental Biology and MS in Environmental Science from Taylor University. He spent 3 years serving in the Peace Corps in Mozambique, where he assisted in planning and helped realize several nationwide projects that focused on women’s empowerment, skills training, HIV prevention and science education.
Ph.D. Student in Management Science and Engineering, admitted Autumn 2016
BioAlton is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Management Science & Engineering at Stanford University. His research applies operations research modeling to clinical decisions and broader health policy decisions, focusing on the integration of epidemiological and economic data into decision-analytic models. Methods include cost-utility modeling, machine learning, micro-simulation, and partially-observable Markov decision processes. Application areas include gastrointestinal cancer, pediatric nephrology and the safety of blood donation and transfusion.