Yerkin G. Abdildin graduated from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) with a PhD in Industrial Engineering. He earned his Master of Computer Science degree from UIUC in 2008.
Prof. Abdildin taught multi-disciplinary courses compulsory for undergraduate students majoring in Mechanical, Industrial, Chemical, Civil, Materials Science, and Aerospace Engineering at UIUC for three years and was listed in the “List of teachers ranked as excellent by their students” (Spring, 2012).
Prof. Abdildin joined the School of Engineering at Nazarbayev University in December, 2014.
His research interests include:
Computational Science with a particular interest in applications to energy systems, medical systems, and transportation systems.
Abdildin, Y., Abbas, A., 2016 In : Energy. 114, p. 1306-1321
Canonical multiattribute utility functions: Enumeration, verification, and application
Abdildin, Y., Abbas, A., 2013 Procedia Computer Science. Elsevier, 18, p. 2288-2297
An algorithm for excluding redundant assessments in a multiattribute utility problem
Abdildin, Y., Abbas, A., 2012 Procedia Computer Science. Elsevier, 9, p. 802-811
Groupware for design: An interactive system to facilitate creative processes in team design work
Venkataswamy, A., Sodhi, R., Abdildin, Y., Bailey, B., 2009 Proceedings of the 42nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS.