Ph.D., Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, Old Dominion University, 2014.
M.S., Operations Management, Hashemite University, Jordan, 2005.
B.S., Business Administration, Hashemite University, Jordan, 2003.
Dr. Raed Jaradat is an Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at Mississippi State University and a visiting professor working with the Institute for Systems Engineering Research/MSU/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Dr. Jaradat received a Ph.D. in Engineering Management and Systems Engineering from Old Dominion University in 2014. His main research interests include systems engineering and management systems, systems thinking and complex system exploration, system of systems, virtual reality and complex systems, systems simulation, risk, reliability, and vulnerability in critical infrastructures with applications to diverse fields ranging from the military to industry. His publications appeared in several ranking journals including the IEEE Systems Journal, and the Computers & Industrial Engineering Journal. His total awarded projects exceed $ 5.2 M including National Science Foundation (NSF), Department of Defense (DOD), Industry, and other Research Laboratories.
Dr. Jaradat’s work has been recognized in the IISE professional communities. He received with Dr. Hamilton, Parker, Emily and Nick three international awards from the 2018 ASEE National Conference including Industrial Engineering Division’s (IED) Best Paper Award, the New IE Educator Outstanding Paper Award, and best paper for the Professional Interest Council 1 (PIC 1). Dr Jaradat is elected as a Director of Networking and Outreach for the Modeling and Simulation (M&S) Board of Directors at The Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE). Dr. Jaradat also serves as a Guest Lead Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management Journal. During his free time, Raed likes to play soccer and watch movies.