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The Moshe M. Barash lecture is named for the late Ransburg Professor Emeritus of Manufacturing Engineering and Industrial Engineering. A leader in the field of manufacturing science and engineering, Barash retired from Purdue in 1992 and died in June 2006. Among his major contributions was his pioneering research into the use of computers for factory planning and scheduling, including automatic process planning and computerized manufacturing systems. A fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Barash also made significant contributions to the automated design of manufacturing systems, precision engineering, robot applications, and computer-aided manufacturing.

The lecture was presented by Dr. Jonathan Caulkins - H.Guyford Stever Professor of Operations Research and Public Policy - Carnegie Mellon University.

Dr. Jonathan Caulkins specailizes in systems analaysis of problems pertaining to drugs, crime, terror, violence, and prevention. He is a past co-director of RAND's Drug Policy Research Center, founding Director of RAND's Pittsburgh Office, and continues to work through RAND on a varieity of government Projects.

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