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About Dotan Shvorin

Mr. Shvorin is a doctoral student in the Department of Industrial Engineering at Clemson University. He owned and operated a military training academy “Be Ready”, where he was training his students to command and lead solders in combat. He spent three years in that role, followed by two additional years in the high-tech private contractor military industry. Mr. Shvorin is now expanding his knowledge by pursuing a Ph.D. degree in industrial engineering with a focus on human performance engineering. For the last two years he worked to develop human performance engineering concepts using quality engineering methodologies in conjunction with a game theory approach. Currently he examines localized brain activities and their relationship to performance using an EEG recording and multi-method simulation approach in order to study human disability as well as high performance athletes. Mr. Shvorin is also involve in an NSF working on an AHRQ grant to improve the flow of the patient, staff, equipment, supplies, and information in the operating room. Mr. Shvorin is a member of Alpha Pi Mu, Delta Alpha Pi and Delta Epsilon Lota honor societies as well as a member of IIE, ASEM and INFORMS professional societies. Mr. Shvorin loves to participate in outreach activities, such as demonstrating basic engineering concepts to elementary school students. He currently live in Athens, GA with his family.   


Present Faculty Member, Clemson University

Curriculum Vitae

Honors and Awards

  • Outstanding Graduate Assistant 2015
  • Alpha Pi Mu Industrial Engineering Honor Society President
  • Delta Alpha Pi, Epsilon Delta Iota Honor Societies Member
  • INFORMS Student Chapter Founder 2016


  • Human Performance Engineering Research


May 2014May 2017 PhD, Research Assistant, Clemson University ‐ Industrial Engieering
August 2012May 2014 MS, Teaching Assistant, Clemson University ‐ Industrial Engineering