Jaime Cantu received his Ph.D. in Systems & Engineering Management from Texas Tech University. He received his B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering and a M.S. in Systems and Engineering Management from Texas Tech University as well. He performed his post-doctoral work at Texas Tech and worked on several Department of Energy and CNS Pantex grants researching High Reliability Organizations. He is currently an Assistant Professor at University of Texas at Arlington.
- 2013 - Ph.D. in Engineering, Texas Tech University
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(Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), 2018)A modern customer expects high quality of food products, and consequently, retailers must present their products in a decent quality to improve their reputation and customer retention in the market. There are many factors ...
A Survey Paper of Protecting Critical Infrastructure: Applying High Reliability Theory to Advance Organizational Resilience (Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), 2017)After the 1979 Three Mile Island nuclear plant meltdown, a claim was made that “accidents happen,” suggesting that such catastrophes were inevitable. That concept was eventually labeled normal accident theory (NAT). Soon ...
(IISE, 2018)Becoming a High Reliability Organization (HRO) is of interest to many organizations, yet the tools or processes to obtain HRO status are unclear. Historically, organizations are studied in isolation, yet HROs exist due to ...
(American Society for Engineering Management, 2018-10-19)Preparing undergraduate engineering students with the competencies needed for future work environments is a central objective of college engineering programs. Recently, access to 3D printers and other digital fabrication ...