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About Dr. Dotan Shvorin

Dr. Shvorin is a post-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. In his Ph.D. dissertation research, he worked to develop human performance engineering concepts using quality engineering methodologies in conjunction with a game theory approach. Using bio-sensors technology he examines localized brain activity and physiological bio-markers impact by human experience. Dr. Shvorin is also involve in a number of health care grants and works to promote human performance in clinical settings as well as operational efficiency in the health care environment. As an embedded scholar (Faculty) in the Emergency Department, he also promote various research collaborations between Clemson University and Greenville Health System. Dr. Shvorin loves to participate in outreach activities and community events. He currently live in Greenville, SC with his family.   

Positions

Present Faculty Member, Clemson University
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Curriculum Vitae




Grants

2014 - Present Human Performance Engineering
Clemson University
Internal Grant - Creative Inquiry
Role: Research Team Mentor
Colleague(s): Dr. Kevin Taaffe
$40,000
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2018 - 2023 Membership, National Post-Doctoral Association (NPA)
2016 - 2017 President, The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)
2014 - 2015 President, Industrial Engineering Honor Society - Alpha Pi Mu
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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
  • Outstanding work with undergraduate students in the creative inquiry program - Watts Family Innovation Center 2017

Courses

  • Human Performance Engineering Research

Education

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