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NEPR Interview with Professor Anna Nagurney
America’s Blood Economy: Vulnerable To Economic Trends, Medical Advances

February 9, 2017

NEPR

Interview Transcript

From WBUR.org

Yale Institute for Network Science
YINS Distinguished Lecturer

Supply Chain Networks Against Time: From Food to Pharma
Professor Anna Nagurney
February 17, 2016

YINS

2015 Women of Isenberg Conference

Panel Discussion - Building Your Brand
Professor Anna Nagurney
February 7, 2015

Short Video Clip (Thanks to Center Associate Sara Saberi)

Women of Isenberg
TEDx

TEDx - UMass

The Traffic Circle of Life
Professor Anna Nagurney
November 25, 2013

Video on Vimeo --- Presentation Slides

TEDx
Network Economics

INFORMS Annual Meeting Minneapolis 2013:
Analytics Section Sponsored Session
Network Economics of Cyber Crime with Applications to Financial Service Organizations
Professor Anna Nagurney
October 6, 2013

Video on YouTube

Video on INFORMS Website

Professor Anna Nagurney is a panelist
New York Times - Energy for Tomorrow
April 25, 2013

Video from the Energy for Tomorrow Website

Website for Energy for Tomorrow

Energy for Tomorrow
KUT

Professor Anna Nagurney is interviewed on
KUT - NPR Radio - Austin, Texas

How Closing Roads Can Make Traffic Flow Smoother

March 8, 2013

America Revealed

Professor Anna Nagurney
is interviewed on
WGBY's Connecting Point
April 11, 2012

Video from WGBY Site

Professor Anna Nagurney
is interviewed for
America Revealed

Video from PBS Site

Website for America Revealed

America Revealed
Mathematical Moments

Mathematical Moments
Produced by the American Mathematical Society

Podcast Part 1 - Podcast Part 2

Poster (pdf) - AMS Mathematical Moments Site

Professor Anna Nagurney's Keynote at PAKDD 2011
Shenzhen, China
May 24-27, 2011

Rich Media --- Audio with Slides --- Audio Only

Shenzhen Keynote

Radio24
Professor Nagurney's interview on the Radio Show Moebius on the Braess Paradox
and on her presentation at the AAAS 2011 Annual Meeting - February 27, 2011

The show is in Italian and hosted by Federico Pedrocchi.
The podcast of the entire show on Radio24.it site

WFCR

UMass Professor says "Wisdom of Crowds" decreases travel time

WFCR - September 15, 2010

Beckman Symposium

Symposium on Transportation Network Design and Economics
Northwestern University, January 29, 2010
Professor Nagurney's Presentation is Presentation 2
   

!@#$% Traffic: From Insects to Interstates

Panelists Professors Mitchell Joachim, Anna Nagurney
and Iain Couzin
Robert Krulwich, moderator

WSF Video


INFORMS Podcast

Anna Nagurney (interviewed by Barry List)
Supernetworks: Building Better Real and Virtual Highways
November 2009

 

This video clip was prepared for the University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees and features Professor Anna Nagurney teaching her FOMGT 341 class -- Transportation & Logistics.
She appears in the middle of the clip and towards the end along with the Chancellor and other UMass Amherst faculty and students.

Professors Nagurney and Couzin are interviewed
on the Brian Lehrer Show - WNYC - NPR
on Traffic and their participation in the World Science Festival
June 11, 2009

Professor Nagurney's Seminar
Synergies and Vulnerabilities of Supply Chain Networks in a Global Economy:
What We Can Learn from Half a Century of Advances in Transportation

UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies

May 1, 2009
Link to Video


Professor Nagurney's Presentation
Operations Research and Captivating Study of Networks and Complex Decision-Making
Brown SUMS Conference

March 2007
Link to Video             Link to Conference

Professor Nagurney's Presentation at
Mesh Forum 2005 is available on audio
  at IT Conversations
Link to the Audio        Link to the Talk Slides

IT Conversations

The Virtual Center for Supernetworks
was featured in the Your State U. segment of the
Steve Lappas Show
on Sunday, November 30, 2003

Link to the Video

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