Smeal College Professor's Lecture Airs Throughout Korea
Turn on a television set in South Korea and you may see Dr. Dennis Lin
of Penn State's Smeal College of Business lecturing on statistics.
The professor of management science and information systems was recently
in South Korea to lecture on statistics and quality engineering at the
Open University at Seoul. The hour-long lecture entitled, "What Statistics
Is All About and Modern Quality Engineering," was videotaped and
is now being broadcasted throughout South Korea.
In addition, Hyundai Motor Company and the Korea Statistical Society
recently hosted a one-day workshop on supersaturated design in his honor.
Dr. Lin is an elected fellow of the American Statistical Association
(ASA), an elected member of International Statistical Institute (ISI),
a senior member of American Society of Quality (ASQ), a lifetime member
of International Chinese Statistical Association (ICSA), a fellow of the
Royal Statistical Society, and has received the Most Outstanding Presentation
Award from SPES, ASA. He is also an adjunct professor at Department of
Statistics, as well as Department of Industrial Manufacturing Engineering
at Penn State.
He serves at the editorial board for
Statistica Sinica, The American
Journal of Quality Technology
. He has published
near 100 professional articles.
The Department of Management Science & Information Systems is home
to Smeal College faculty groups whose interests cover Business Statistics,
Decision Analysis and Game Theory, Management Information Systems, Operations
Management, and Operations Research. It offers undergraduate and graduate
programs in management science, operations management, and information
systems. The faculty and graduate students actively pursue both theoretical
and applied research, often collaborating with colleagues in other disciplines
or in industry.