Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
- 1982, Doctoral Degree, Civil Engineering , University of California - Berkeley
- 1980, Master's Degree, Civil Engineering , University of California - Berkeley
- 1979, Bachelor's Degree, Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, University of California - Berkeley
Hall is VP of Research at USC and professor in industrial/systems engineering. Hall was chair of ISE when it became the first named academic department at USC, and led the METRANS and CREATE centers at USC. Hall is author of Queueing Methods for Services and Manufacturing and editor of Handbook of Transportation Science, Patient Flow, Reducing Delay in Healthcare Delivery and Handbook of Healthcare System Scheduling. He leads university wide research.
Transportation operations and logistics; maintenance, routing, scheduling and system design. Transportation systems, traveler information and vehicle automation. Efficiency and effectiveness of health care delivery. Queuing analysis and delay reduction.