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Andrés González

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Andrés González

Assistant Professor

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Office: CEC 215-B

Ph.D., Civil Engineering, Rice University
Ph.D., Engineering, Universidad de los Andes
Six Sigma Black-Belt, Arizona State University
M.Eng., Industrial Engineering, Universidad de los Andes
B.Sc. Physics, Universidad de los Andes

Andrés D. González is an Assistant Professor in the School of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Oklahoma. He holds a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Rice University, and in Engineering from Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá, Colombia). He also holds a Six-Sigma Black Belt from Arizona State University, an M.Eng. in Industrial Engineering and a B.Sc. in Physics from Universidad de los Andes. His research focuses on developing and applying analytical tools from systems dynamics, statistical physics, operations research, and civil engineering to study the dynamics associated with social and physical systems. He has worked on modeling the behavior of financial markets, designing routes and frequencies of massive transportation systems, and more recently on optimizing the resilience of critical interdependent infrastructure networks.

  • Modeling and optimizing cyber-physical-social systems.
  • Measuring and optimizing resilience of interdependent infrastructure networks.
  • Developing decentralized and distributed control and optimization models.
  • González, A.D., Chapman, A., Dueñas-Osorio, L., Mesbahi, M. & D’Souza, R., (2017). Efficient Restoration Strategies using the Recovery Operator. Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering (Accepted for publication)
  • Smith, A., González, A.D., D’Souza, R.M. & Dueñas-Osorio, L. (2017). Interdependent Network Recovery Games. Journal of Risk Analysis, Special Issue on “Engineering Risk Analytics” (Accepted for publication)
  • Abolghasem, S., Gómez-Sarmiento, J., Medaglia, A. L., Sarmiento, O.L., Gónzalez, A.D., Díaz del Castillo, A., Rozo Casas, J. & Jacoby, E. (2017) A Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA)-centric decision support system for evaluating Ciclovía-Recreativa programs in the Americas. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences (In press)
  • González, A.D., Dueñas-Osorio, L., Sánchez-Silva, M. & Medaglia, A.L. (2016). The Interdependent Network Design Problem for Optimal Infrastructure System Restoration. Computer-Aided Civil and Infrastructure Engineering, 31(5), pp.334–350.