Research Grants

  1. Purchasing and inventory management in disrupted supply chains: The reverse bullwhip effect.  NSF grant #DMI-0726822.  August 2007–July 2010. With Zuo-Jun Max Shen (Berkeley).
  2. Modeling and mitigating supply chain vulnerabilities.  NSF grant #DMI-0522725.  September 2005–August 2008.
  3. Capacity planning for a gases supply chain with network disruptions and interruptible power.  Air Products and Chemicals.  September  2008-July 2010.
  4. Capacity planning for a gases supply chain with network disruptions and interruptible power.  PITA (Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Technology Alliance).  FY2009.
  5. Computational models and algorithms for enterprise-wide optimization of process industries.  PITA (Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Technology Alliance).  FY2009.
  6. Resiliency and robustness for the chemical and industrial gases industries.  Air Products and Chemicals.  August 2007–July 2008.
  7. Resiliency and robustness for the chemical and industrial gases industries.  PITA (Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Technology Alliance).  FY2008.
  8. Computational models and algorithms for enterprise-wide optimization of process industries.  PITA (Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Technology Alliance).  FY2008.
  9. Network optimization software and algorithms for a confectionary supply chain.  Just Born, Inc. July 2007–June 2008.
  10. Network optimization software and algorithms for a confectionary supply chain.  PITA (Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Technology Alliance).  FY2008.
  11. Strategies for coping with supply chain disruptions.  IBM Integrated Supply Chain.  August 2005–July 2006.  With George R. Wilson.
  12. Managing capacity and inventory in the high-tech manufacturing industry.  Agere Systems.  August 2005–July 2006.
  13. Managing capacity and inventory in the high-tech manufacturing industry.  PITA (Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Technology Alliance).  FY2006.
  14. Control Mechanisms for Electricity Supply and Demand in SmartGrids.  Lehigh University Faculty Innovation Grant.  June 2010-May 2011.  With Shalinee Kishore (ECE Department).
  15. The reverse bullwhip in disrupted supply chains.  Lehigh University Faculty Research Grant.  FY2005-2006.

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