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Henry B. Tippie Research Professor of Business Analytics

Contact

Positions

  • Professor of Business Analytics

    Tippie College of Business

  • Associate Dean for Research and PhD Programs

  • Complimentary Appointment, Department of Computer Science

    College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

  • Complimentary Appointment, College of Nursing

    The University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA

Education

  • PhD in Computer Science, University of Wisconsin, 1994
  • MS in Computer Science, DePaul University, 1990
  • BA in Mathematics and Computer Science, Drake University, 1985

Areas of Interest

  • Biomedical informatics
  • Data mining
  • Machine learning
  • Mathematical programming

Professional Memberships

  • American Medical Informatics Association
  • Association for Computing Machinery
  • Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
  • Institute For Operations Research and the Management Sciences

Selected Awards & Honors

  • Tippie MBA Business Analytics Professor of the Year, 2018
  • Henry B. Tippie Research Professor of Management Sciences, 2014
  • Dean's Teaching Award, Tippie College of Business, 2012
  • Certificate of Nomination, Outstanding Graduate Mentor Award, University of Iowa Graduate College, 2010
  • Henry B. Tippie Research Fellow, Tippie College of Business, 2002

Selected Publications

  • Yasar Saglam, S. & Street, N. (2018). Distant diversity in dynamic class prediction. Annals of Operations Research 263 (1-2) 5-19. DOI: 10.1007/s10479-016-2328-8.
  • Yasar Saglam, S. & Street, N. (2015). Diversity in dynamic class prediction. Tenth INFORMS Workshop on Data Mining and Analytics.
  • Wang, W. & Street, W. (2015). Finding Hierarchical Communities in Complex Networks Using Influence-Guided Label Propagation. pp. 547-556. The 15th IEEE International Conference on Data Mining Workshops (ICDMW 2015).
  • Wang, W., Street, W. & deMatta, R. (2015). Topological Resilience Analysis of Supply Networks under Random Disruptions and Targeted Attacks. pp. 250-257. IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM’15).
  • Wang, W. & Street, W. (2015). Modeling Influence Diffusion to Uncover Influence Centrality and Community Structure in Social Networks. Social Network Analysis and Mining 5 (1).
  • Yasar Saglam, S. & Street, N. (2014). Dynamic class prediction with classifier based distance measure. Australian Data Mining Conference.
  • Wang, X., Zhao, K. & Street, N. (2014). Predicting user engagement in online health communities based on social support activities. Ninth INFORMS Workshop on Data Mining and Analytics,.
  • Duan, L., Street, N., Liu, Y., Xu, S. & Wu, B. (2014). Selecting the right correlation measure for binary data. ACM Transactions on Knowledge Discovery from Data 9 (14).
  • Wang, W. & Street, N. (2014). A novel algorithm for community detection and influence ranking in social networks. IEEE/ACM International Conference on Social Networks Analysis and Mining.
  • Duan, L., Street, N., Liu, Y. & Lu, H. (2014). Community detection in graphs through correlation. ACM SIGKDD Conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining.

Selected Presentations

  • Street, W. N. (2017, February) Inverse Classification: Better Algorithms for Better Decision Making. Colloquium Bloomington, Indiana.
  • Street, N. (2017, February) Predictive & Prescriptive Analytics for Personalized Health Care Decision Making. Keynote/Plenary Address presented at Informatics Showcase, Iowa City, Iowa.
  • Street, N. (2016, November) From TIMS/ORSA to Analytics: What We Did, What We’re Doing, and How We Pass It On,. Keynote/Plenary Address presented at INFORMS Workshop on Data Mining & Decision Analytics, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Street, N. (2016, November) Turning More Data into Better Outcomes: Analytics at the University of Iowa. Guest Speaker presented at The Way Up: Developing Women Leaders to Enhance Iowa Higher Education, Coralville, Iowa.
  • Street, N. (2016, February) Predictive Analytics for Personalized Health Care Decision Making. Oral presented at GSS Department Seminar, University of Iowa.
  • de Matta, R. E., Wang, W. & Street, N. (2015, November) Topological Resilience Analysis of Supply Networks under Random Disruptions and Targeted Attacks. Paper presented at INFORMS Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.
  • Street, N. (2015, July) Predicting Surgical Site Infections in Real-Time. Oral presented at INFORMS Healthcare, Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Street, N. (2015, February) Predictive Analytics for Personalized Health Care Decision Making. Keynote/Plenary Address presented at Belgian Conference on Operations Research, Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Street, N. (2014, November) A Machine-learning Technique for the Prediction of Equity Price Direction. Oral presented at INFORMS National Meeting, San Francisco, California.
  • Street, N. (2014, October) Large-scale Correlation Search in Binary Data. Lecture University of Utah.

Selected Grants & Contracts

  • Grant Program Project Grant. Center for Advancing Mutimorbidity Science (CAMS): Profiling risk and symptom expression to develop customized therapies for adults with multiple chronic conditions. Sponsored by NIH / NINR. Funded. September 1, 2018 - August 31, 2023.
  • Street, Nick (Co-Principal), Lu, Der-Fa (Principal Investigator) Mining Clinical Data Sets for Nursing Dx, Outcomes and Intervention Links and EBP Validation. Sponsored by Social Sciences Funding Program. Funded. May 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009.
  • Street, Nick (Co-Principal), McCarthy, Ann Marie (Principal Investigator) Predicting Children's Responses to Distraction from Pain: Tailored Interventions. Sponsored by NINR. Funded. August 1, 2007 - May 31, 2011.
  • Street, Nick (Co-Principal), McCarthy, Ann Marie (Principal Investigator) Operationalizing and Pilot Testing the Computerized Predictive Model for Distration: Interventions for Needle Sticks in Children. Sponsored by Obermann Center for Advanced Studies. Funded. May 15, 2007 - August 24, 2007.

Editorial & Review Activities

  • Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik, Referee, January 2017.