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Jorge Luis Romeu is an Academic, a Researcher, a Consultant and an International Educator. He has 40 years of applied statistics and operations research experience, specializing in Analytics, Quality, Reliability and Continuous Improvement. Romeu is a Research and an Adjunct Professor of Industrial Statistics in the School of Engineering, Syracuse University, where he teaches graduate Quality Engineering courses. He is also an Adjunct in the Business Department, SUNY Institute of Technology (SUNYIT), Utica NY, where he teaches Operations Management. Romeu is also a Senior Science Advisor with Quanterion Solutions (QSI) which operated the former Reliability Information and Analysis Center, now a part of DSIAC. Romeu has authored a statistics book, several textbook chapters, and many statistics articles and web tutorials.

Romeu is a Chartered Statistician Fellow of the Royal Statistical Society, a Senior Member of the American Society for Quality (ASQ), with certifications in Quality and Reliability, and has served as Guest Editor for several special statistical journal issues. He has been Chair of ASQ Syracuse Section twice, was Elected Director, Region II, of ASQ, and has created and Chairs the ASQ CNY Annual Quality Conference . He is an independent industrial statistics consultant specializing in industrial statistics and in analytics, quality, reliability and continuous improvement techniques.

Prior to his present employment, Romeu was (1985-1998) an Associate Professor of Statistics and Computers with the Department of Mathematics at SUNY-Cortland, retiring Emeritus in December of 1998, after fourteen years of teaching statistics, math and computers at SUNY Cortland. Romeu was, for many years (before and after taking early retirement from SUNY Cortland), a Senior Research Engineer with the Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute (IITRI), in its Rome NY Campus. More recently, Romeu worked as Research Specialist for the Office of Sponsored Research, at SUNYIT in Utica, where he still teaches Management Science courses.

Romeu earned a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from Syracuse University (1990) and a "Licenciado en Matematicas, Especialista en Estadistica" degree from the University of Havana, Cuba (1973).

As an International Educator, Romeu created and directs the Juarez Lincoln Marti (JLM) Int'l Education Project, for Latin America. He has been a Fulbright Senior Speaker Specialist in Mexico (1994, 2000 and 2003); Dominican Republic (2004); Ecuador, (2006), and a Fundayacucho Consultant in Venezuela (1998).Romeu is involved in Human Rights, and shares the philosophy of an ancient Institution.

Find a list of Romeu's newspaper articles about Cuba ; or a Short Curriculum VITA.

Find specific information about Romeu's work on his areas of interest and expertise in: International Education; statistics research in Human Rights; applied industrial statistics research Publications; academic Editing and Refereeing; his Page on JOURNALISM and CUBA; and the JUAREZ-Lincoln-Marti International Education Project.

Summary of Prof. Romeu's professional, teaching and research activities:

  1. Information Regarding SUNY Cortland:
  2. Information Regarding Syracuse University:
  3. Main Web Publications, Presentations and Research Activities in Statistics Education:
  4. Main Web Publications, Presentations and Research Activities in Applied/Industrial Statistics:
  5. Main Web Publications, Proposals, Presentations, and Research toward creating an Applied Stats Institute:
  6. Main Web Publications, Presentations and Research Activities in Socio-Economic Problems:
  7. Main Web Publications, Presentations and Research Activities in International Education:
  8. Main Web Publications, Presentations and Research Activities on Cuban Freemasons:
  9. Stats/O.R. Research Publications (1970-80) in Cuban Journals
  10. Web Publications, Presentations and Research Activities Overview/Summary:
  11. Course Work Material for Intro to Probab/Stats in several Departments:
  12. Course Work Material for MFE634: Productivity & Quality Engineering
  13. Course Work Material for ECS526: Engineering Statistics
  14. Course Work Material for ISE429/MGS411/MGS511: Operations Research:
  15. Course Work Material for DOE/EPN: Design of Experiments:
  16. Course Work and Material for Reliability Modeling and Analysis
  17. Course Work Material for Various Simulation Courses Taught:
  18. International Education Activities:
  19. Past/Present Professional Associations:
  20. FAREWELL