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Dr. Jorge Luis Romeu has over thirty years of statistical and operations research experience in consulting, research, and teaching. He was a consultant for the petrochemical, construction, and agricultural industries. Dr. Romeu has also worked in statistical and simulation modeling and in data analysis of software and hardware reliability, software engineering and ecological problems.
Dr. Romeu has taught undergraduate and graduate statistics, operations research, and computer science in several American and foreign universities. He teaches short, intensive professional training courses. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of Statistics and Operations Research for Syracuse University and a Practicing Faculty of that schools Institute for Manufacturing Enterprises.
For his work in education and research and for his publications and presentations, Dr. Romeu has been elected Chartered Statistician Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, Full Member of the Operations Research Society of America, and Fellow of the Institute of Statisticians.
Romeu has received several international grants and awards, including a Fulbright Senior Lectureship and a Speaker Specialist Grant from the Department of State, in Mexico. He has extensive experience in international assignments in Spain and Latin America and is fluent in Spanish, English and French. Romeu is a senior technical advisor for reliability and advanced information technology research with IIT Research Institute (IITRI). Since joining IITRI in 1998, Romeu has provided consulting for several statistical and operations research projects. He has written a State of the Art Report on Statistical Analysis of Materials Data, designed and taught a three-day intensive statistics course for practicing engineers, and written a series of articles on statistics and data analysis for the AMPTIAC Newsletter and RIAC Journal.