Presentations

Presentations at Academic Conferences

(name of presenter appears first)

  1. Snyder, L. V. and M. M. Moarefdoost. Layouts for ocean wave energy farms: Models, properties, and heuristic. Marine Energy Technology Symposium (METS), April 2014.
  2. Snyder, L. V. and L. Mao. Optimizing locations for ocean wave energy farms under uncertainty. INFORMS, Minneapolis, MN, October 2013.
  3. Atan, Z., L. V. Snyder, and G. Wilson. Lateral transshipment and rationing policies for multi-retailer systems. INFORMS, Minneapolis, MN, October 2013.
  4. He, L. and L. V. Snyder. Inventory management for a distribution system subject to supply disruptions. INFORMS, Minneapolis, MN, October 2013.
  5. Chen, F., L. V. Snyder, and S. Kishore. Efficient algorithms and policies for demand response scheduling. INFORMS, Minneapolis, MN, October 2013.
  6. Ozmadenci, M. and L. V. Snyder. An operations research game on the iOS platform. INFORMS, Minneapolis, MN, October 2013.
  7. Snyder, L. V. and L. Mao. Optimizing locations for ocean wave energy farms under uncertainty. MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, August 2013.
  8. He, L. and L. V. Snyder. Inventory management for a distribution system subject to supply disruptions. MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, August 2013.
  9. Moarefdoost, M. and L. V. Snyder. Generation and storage dispatch in electricity networks with generator disruptions. MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, August 2013.
  10. Snyder, L. V., Moarefdoost, M., and G. Sun. Generation and storage dispatch in stochastic electricity networks. INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.
  11. He, L. and L. V. Snyder. A bilevel model for retail electricity pricing with flexible loads. INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.
  12. Seyhan, T. and L. V. Snyder. A heuristic model for highway interdiction. INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.
  13. Rong, Y., Z.-J. M. Shen, and L. V. Snyder. Bullwhip and reverse bullwhip effects under the rationing game. INFORMS, Phoenix, AZ, October 2012.
  14. Moarefdoost, M., G. Sun, and L. V. Snyder. Generation and storage dispatch in stochastic electricity networks. MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, August 2012.
  15. He, L. and L. V. Snyder. A bilevel model for retail electricity pricing with flexible loads. MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, August 2012.
  16. Snyder, L. V., Chen, C., K. G. Nagananda, G. Xiong, and S. Kishore. Analysis of a joint access and scheduling scheme for residential energy management controller. 7th IEEE Sensor Array Multichannel Signal Processing Workshop: Special Session on Smart Grids, Hoboken, NJ, June 2012.
  17. Seyhan, T. and L. V. Snyder. Competitive formation of distribution networks and design
    strategies. INFORMS, Charlotte, NC, November 2011.
  18. He, L. and L. V. Snyder. Inventory management for an assembly system subject to supply
    disruptions. INFORMS, Charlotte, NC, November 2011.
  19. Seyhan, T., Z.-J. M. Shen, and L. V. Snyder. A joint location–inventory model with supply
    disruptions. INFORMS, Charlotte, NC, November 2011.
  20. Chen, C., S. Kishore, and L. V. Snyder. An innovative RTP-based residential power scheduling scheme for smart grids. IEEE Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP), Prague, Czech Republic, May 2011.
  21. Seyhan, T. and L. V. Snyder. A location-inventory model with supply disruptions. INFORMS Northeast Regional Conference, Amherst, MA, May 2011.
  22. Snyder, L. V. and S. Kishore. Optimization mechanisms for residential electricity demand in SmartGrids. INFORMS, Austin, TX, November 2010.
  23. Bulut, Z., Y. Rong, and L. V. Snyder. Supply disruptions in serial supply chains. INFORMS, Austin, TX, November 2010.
  24. Latifoglu, C., P. Belotti, and L. V. Snyder. Models for production planning under power uncertainty.  INFORMS, Austin, TX, November 2010.
  25. Seyhan, T. H. and L. V. Snyder. A competitive location model with demand uncertainty. INFORMS, Austin, TX, November 2010.
  26. Kishore, S. and L. V. Snyder. Control mechanisms for residential electricity demand in SmartGrids. IEEE SmartGridComm, Gaithersburg, MD, October 2010.
  27. Latifoglu, C., P. Belotti, and L. V. Snyder. Models for production planning under power uncertainty.  MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, August 2010.
  28. Seyhan, T. H. and L. V. Snyder. A competitive facility location model. MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, August 2010.
  29. Seyhan, T. H. and L. V. Snyder. A competitive location model with demand uncertainty. EURO, Lisbon, Portugal, July 2010.
  30. Seyhan, T. H. and L. V. Snyder. A competitive location model with demand uncertainty. MSOM, Haifa, Israel, June 2010.
  31. Peng, P., L. V. Snyder, Z. Liu, and A. Lim. A p-robust capacitated network design model with facility disruptions. 8th International Heinz Nixdorf Symposium, Paderborn, Germany, April 2010.
  32. Rong, Y., L. V. Snyder, and Z.-J. M. Shen. Bullwhip and reverse bullwhip effects under the rationing game. INFORMS, San Diego, CA, October 2009.
  33. Bulut, Z. and L. V. Snyder. Supply disruptions on one-warehouse multiple-retailer systems. INFORMS, San Diego, CA, October 2009.
  34. Snyder, L. V. and Z. Akca. Optimizing distribution with time windows and service modes for a candy supply chain. INFORMS, San Diego, CA, October 2009.
  35. Snyder, L. V. and Z. Akca. A network optimization model for a candy supply chain. MOPTA, Bethlehem, PA, August 2009.
  36. Snyder, L. V. and A. Sargent. Pool points for Peeps: A network optimization model for a candy supply chain. MSOM Supply Chain Management SIG Conference, Cambridge, MA, June 2009.
  37. Bulut, Z., Y. Rong, and L. V. Snyder. A scalable heuristic for base-stock levels in multi-echelon pure distribution systems. MSOM, Cambridge, MA, June 2009.
  38. Rong, Y., L. V. Snyder, and Z.-J. M. Shen. Bullwhip and reverse bullwhip effects under the rationing game. MSOM, Cambridge, MA, June 2009.
  39. L. V. Snyder. Modeling and mitigating supply chain vulnerabilities. NSF/CMMI, Honolulu, HI, June 2009. [Poster]
  40. L. V. Snyder and Z.-J. M. Shen. Purchasing and inventory management in disrupted supply chains: The reverse bullwhip effect. NSF/CMMI, Honolulu, HI, June 2009. [Poster]
  41. Snyder, L. V. Pool points for Peeps: Supply chain network optimization for a candy supply chain. INFORMS, Washington, DC, October 2008.
  42. Peng, P. and L. V. Snyder. A multi-commodity network design model with disruptions. INFORMS, Washington, DC, October 2008.
  43. Schmitt, A., L. V. Snyder, and Z.-J. M. Shen. Inventory systems with stochastic demand and supply: Properties and approximations. INFORMS, Washington, DC, October 2008.
  44. Rong, Y., Z.-J. M. Shen, and L. V. Snyder. Supply uncertainty and the reverse bullwhip effect. INFORMS, Washington, DC, October 2008.
  45. Rong, Y., Z. Bulut, and L. V. Snyder. A scalable heuristic for base-stock levels in multi-echelon distribution systems. INFORMS, Washington, DC, October 2008.
  46. Bulut, Z., Y. Rong, and L. V. Snyder. Supply disruptions in a one-warehouse multiple-retailer system. INFORMS, Washington, DC, October 2008.
  47. Schmitt, A., L. V. Snyder, and Z.-J. M. Shen. Centralization versus decentralization: Risk pooling, risk diversification, and supply disruptions in a one-warehouse multiple-retailer system. MSOM, College Park, MD, June 2008.
  48. Rong, Y., L. V. Snyder, and Y. Sun. Inventory sharing under decentralized preventive transshipments. MSOM, College Park, MD, June 2008.
  49. Snyder, L. V., Y. Rong, and Z.-J. M. Shen. Supply disruptions and the reverse bullwhip effect. University of Florida Supply Chain Management Workshop, Gainesville, FL, February 2008.
  50. L. V. Snyder. Modeling and mitigating supply chain vulnerabilities. NSF/CMMI, Knoxville, TN, January 2008. [Poster]
  51. L. V. Snyder and Z.-J. M. Shen. Purchasing and inventory management in disrupted supply chains: The reverse bullwhip effect. NSF/CMMI, Knoxville, TN, January 2008. [Poster]
  52. Rong, Y., L. V. Snyder, and Y. Sun. Inventory sharing and preventive transshipments with local decision making. INFORMS, Seattle, WA, November 2007.
  53. Schmitt, A. J., L. V. Snyder, and Z. J. M. Shen. Risk-averse policies in a one-warehouse multiple-retailer system with demand and supply uncertainty. INFORMS, Seattle, WA, November 2007.
  54. Bulut, Z. and L. V. Snyder. A heuristic for the Clark-Scarf algorithm. INFORMS, Seattle, WA, November 2007. [Interactive session.]
  55. Schmitt, A. J., L. V. Snyder, and Z. J. M. Shen. Risk diversification in a one-warehouse multiple-retailer system with supply disruptions. INFORMS International, Puerto Rico, July 2007.
  56. Snyder, L. V., Y. Rong, and Z. J. M. Shen. The impact of ordering behavior on order-quantity variability: A study of forward and reverse bullwhip effects. Multi-Echelon Conference (MSOM), Beijing, China, June 2007.
  57. Jeon, H.-M. and L. V. Snyder. Capacitated location-inventory models with supply disruptions. IIE, Nashville, TN, May 2007.
  58. Snyder, L. V. and Z. J. M. Shen. Supply and demand uncertainty in multi-echelon supply chains. INFORMS, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006. Invited presentation. (Download pdf file.)
  59. Snyder, L. V., Y. Rong, and Z. J. M. Shen. Supply uncertainty and the reverse bullwhip effect. INFORMS, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
  60. Snyder, L. V., M. P. Scaparra, M. S. Daskin, and R. L. Church. Planning for disruptions in supply chain networks. Tutorial, INFORMS, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
  61. Schmitt, A. and L. V. Snyder. Infinite-horizon models for inventory control under yield uncertainty and disruptions. INFORMS, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
  62. Rong, Y., A. M. Ross, and L. V. Snyder. The benefit of time-dependent ordering policies under cyclic supply disruptions. INFORMS, Pittsburgh, PA, November 2006.
  63. L. V. Snyder. Supply chain management under the threat of disruptions. U.S. Frontiers of Engineering (USFOE) symposium, National Academy of Engineering, Detroit, MI, September 2006.
  64. L. V. Snyder. Modeling and mitigating supply chain vulnerabilities. NSF/DMII, St. Louis, MO, July 2006. [Poster]
  65. Jeon, H.-M., L. V. Snyder, and Z. J. M. Shen. A location-inventory model with disruptions. IIE, Orlando, FL, May 2006.
  66. Qi, L., Z. J. M. Shen, and L. V. Snyder. The effect of supply uncertainty on supply chain design decisions. IIE, Orlando, FL, May 2006.
  67. Snyder, L. V. and Z. J. M. Shen. Disruptions in multi-echelon supply chains: A simulation study. INFORMS, San Francisco, CA, November 2005.
  68. Tomlin, B. T. and L. V. Snyder. On the value of advanced information in managing supply-chain disruption risks. INFORMS, San Francisco, CA, November 2005.
  69. Snyder, L. V. and B. T. Tomlin. Inventory management with advanced warning of disruptions. MSOM, Evanston, IL, June 2005.
  70. Snyder, L. V. and H.-M. Jeon. Joint location–inventory optimization with unreliable facilities. ISOLDE X, Seville, Spain, June 2005.
  71. Snyder, L. V. and N. Ş. Ülker. A model for locating capacitated, unreliable facilities. IIE, Atlanta, GA, May 2005.
  72. Snyder, L. V. A tight approximation for an inventory model with an unreliable supplier. INFORMS, Denver, CO, October 2004.
  73. Snyder, L. V. Location–inventory modeling with unreliable suppliers. INFORMS, Denver, CO, October 2004.
  74. Snyder, L. V. A tight approximation for a continuous-review inventory model with supplier disruptions. MSOM, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, July 2004.
  75. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. Multi-commodity location/inventory modeling. IIE, Houston, May 2004.
  76. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. p-Robust facility location problems. Regional Science Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, November 2003.
  77. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. Reliability models for facility location. INFORMS, Atlanta, GA, November 2003.
  78. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. A p-robust location/inventory model. INFORMS, San Jose, CA, November 2002.
  79. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. A reliability-based P-median model. INFORMS, San Jose, CA, November 2002.
  80. M. S. Daskin, Snyder, L. V., and C.–P. Teo. A multi-scenario approach to integrated inventory–location modeling. IFORS, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 2002.
  81. Snyder, L. V., M. S. Daskin, and C.–P. Teo. A multi-scenario approach to robust integrated inventory–location modeling. ISOLDE IX, New Brunswick, Canada, June 2002.
  82. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. The newsvendor problem with demand-estimating IT systems. INFORMS, Miami Beach, FL, November 2001.
  83. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. The partial assignment P-median problem: A multi-objective approach. INFORMS International, Maui, HI, June 2001.
  84. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. The partial covering P-median problem. Regional Science Association Conference, Chicago, IL, November 2000.
  85. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. The partial covering P-median problem. INFORMS, San Antonio, TX, November 2000.
  86. Snyder, L. V. and M. S. Daskin. A random-key genetic algorithm for the generalized traveling salesman problem. INFORMS, San Antonio, TX, November 2000.

Invited Presentations at Universities and Colleges

(name of presenter appears first)

  1. Snyder, L. V. Supply disruptions and the reverse bullwhip effect. Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business, October 2008.
  2. Snyder, L. V. Supply disruptions and the reverse bullwhip effect. Lehigh University, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, September 2008.
  3. Snyder, L. V., S. Orwan, A. Sargent, and M. Schlosser. Peeps and Kisses: Two candy supply chains, two network optimization strategies. Center for Value Chain Research Symposium on Supply Chain Optimization for Speed, Agility and Efficiency, Lehigh University, May 2008.
  4. Snyder, L. V. Supply disruptions and the reverse bullwhip effect. IE Department, Penn State University, February 2008.
  5. Snyder, L. V. Supply disruptions and the reverse bullwhip effect. ISE Department, Rutgers University, October 2007.
  6. Snyder, L. V. Models for mitigating supply chain disruptions. Enterprise-Wide Optimization (EWO) Seminar Series, Carnegie Mellon University, September 2007.
  7. Snyder, L. V. Modeling and mitigating disruptions in multi-echelon supply chains. University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department, February 2007.
  8. Snyder, L. V. Supply and demand uncertainty in multi-echelon supply chains. Drexel University, LeBow College of Business, January 2007.
  9. Snyder, L. V. and J. D. Dischinger Resiliency in a global value chain. CVCR Symposium on Value Chain Adaptability, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA, May 2006.
  10. Snyder, L. V. and B. T. Tomlin Inventory management with advanced warning of disruptions. Tippie Seminar Series in Transportation, University of Iowa, February 2006.
  11. Snyder, L. V. Coping with disruptions in supply chain and logistics networks. Kent Business School, University of Kent, Canterbury, England, October 2005.
  12. Snyder, L. V. Designing and operating supply chains in the presence of supply disruptions. SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, October 2004.
  13. Daskin, M. S., C. R. Coullard, L. V. Snyder, L. Ozsen, and Z. M. Shen. Reliability and robustness in integrated location-inventory modeling. Joint Seminar Series of the Kellogg School of Management and McCormick School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, Northwestern University, December 2003.
  14. Snyder, L. V. Reliability models for facility location. Northwestern University Transportation Center Seminar Series, May 2003.
  15. Snyder, L. V. Reliability models for facility location. George Washington University, Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, April 2003.
  16. Snyder, L. V. Reliability models for facility location. Applied Decision Modeling Seminar Series, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, March 2003.
  17. Snyder, L. V. Supply chain robustness and reliability: Models and algorithms. Lehigh University, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, February 2003.
  18. Snyder, L. V. Supply chain robustness and reliability: Models and algorithms. Cornell University, School of Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, January 2003.
  19. Snyder, L. V. Supply chain robustness and reliability: Models and algorithms. University of Chicago, Graduate School of Business, January 2003.
  20. Snyder, L. V. Supply chain robustness and reliability: Models and algorithms. Rutgers University, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, October 2002.
  21. Snyder, L. V. Operations research for math majors: How to use your math or computer science degree in the real world. Amherst College Mathematics Seminar Series, Amherst, MA, October 2002.

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