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Sayanti Mukherjee

Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Resilient sociotechnical systems, predictive analytics, risk-informed decision-making, public health and health care, electrical grid and energy, climate change impact assessment

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Sayanti Mukherjee is an expert on critical infrastructure systems such as the electrical grid and the health care system, and studying the impact of extreme shocks such as climate change, natural disasters and epidemics/pandemics on these systems.

Mukherjee’s interdisciplinary research focuses on improving the sustainability and resilience of communities and critical infrastructure systems. The goal of her research is to examine and minimize the impacts of various chronic and acute shocks on the interdependent socio-technical systems by developing risk-informed decision models, and investigating cost-effective adaptation measures.

Her team has worked extensively on problems relating to the energy and the health care sectors, developing models that could facilitate risk-informed decision-making in resource planning and allocation, expanding capacity, and managing supply and demand.

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Sayanti Mukherjee, PhD
Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
University at Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

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