Erik Rosenstrom

Ph.D. Student

Erik Rosenstrom is a Ph.D. student in the Operations Research Program at NC State University.

Research Interests

Rosenstrom’s primary research interest is decision-making uncertainty as it pertains to informing health policy from the patient to the state level. He is particularly interested in personalizing recommendations and ensuring equitability. He has addressed research problems with large stochastic mixed-integer programming, Markov decision process modeling, stochastic agent-based simulation modeling, and machine learning classification and ensemble classification models. In addition, Rosenstrom has experience working with electronic health data in the forms of continuous-time monitoring and visit level summary.

Advisor

Dr. Julie Ivy

Education

DegreeProgramSchoolYear
Expected GraduationSpring 2024
BSIEBachelor of Science in Industrial EngineeringGeorgia Institute of Technology2019
Erik Rosenstrom