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Suyi Li

  • Release date:2013-12-03 10:29:00

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Management Science & Engineering -  Industrial Engineering
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School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology
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Dr. Li Suyi was born and raised in Harbin, China. He went to Tianjin University in 1998 and obtained Bachelor of Engineering degree from the Industrial Engineering Department in 2002. Starting from 2004, he was a direct-PhD student in the Industrial & Systems Engineering Department, National University of Singapore. His PhD degree was conferred in 2011. Dr. Li worked in Quality Assurance Department of some world renowned electronic and semi-conductor manufacturing companies. He is a Six-Sigma Black Belt, and has extensive experience in Quality Management and Six-Sigma training.
07/2002 06/2004LG Electronics (Tianjin) Inc. Six-Sigma Engineer.
08/2009 11/2011Center for Maritime Studies, National University of Singapore. Research Assistant.
11/2011 07/2013 GLOBALFOUNDRIES Singapore Pte. Ltd. Senior Engineer (Statistical Process Control).
2013, 11 PresentSchool of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology. Assistant Professor.
Research Interests
Statistical Process Control, Six-Sigma, Applied Statistics & Probability, Risk Analysis, Simulation.
Selected Publications
International Journal Papers
1)     Nonparametric CUSUM and EWMA Control Charts for Detecting Mean Shifts. (2010), Li, S. Y., Tang, L. C. and Ng, S. H. Journal of Quality Technology, 42(2): 209-226. (SCI, Impact factor 1.564)
2)     Ship Collision Risk Assessment for the Singapore Strait. (2011), Qu X. B., Meng Q. and Li, S. Y. Accident Analysis and Prevention 43(6): 2030-2036. (SSCI, Impact factor 1.867)
3)     Overview of Maritime Waterway Quantitative Risk Assessment Models. (2012), Li, S. Y., Meng, Q. and Qu, X. B. Risk Analysis 32(3): 496-512. (SCI, Impact factor 2.366)
Working Papers
1)     Distribution-free Methods for Linear Profile Monitoring.
2)     Nonparametric Phase-I Methods for Detecting Mean Step-Shift.
3)     Nonparametric CUSUM and EWMA Control Charts for Detecting Step Shift in Process Variance.
Research Projects
1)     Impact Analysis of Mega Vessels on the Container Terminal Operations, supported by NOL Fellowship Fund.  08/2009- 01/2010. –Main contributor.
2)     Development of Quantitative Risk Assessment Model and Software for Shipping Operations in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore, funded by Maritime and Port Authority, Republic of Singapore.  01/2010- 11/2011. –Main contributor.
Prizes and Honors