Students

Ph.D. Dissertation Advisor

  1. Lin He, Multi-Echelon Inventory Optimization and Demand-Side Management: Models and Algorithms. Spring 2014. Optimization Engineer, Nomis Solutions.
  2. Tolga Seyhan, Network Design under Competition. Spring 2012. Operations Research Scientist, Amazon.com.
  3. Cagri Latifoglu, Models for Production Planning and Power Procurement Portfolios. Spring 2012.
  4. Zümbül Atan, Inventory Management for Multi-Echelon Supply Chains, Spring 2010. Assistant Professor, Technical University of Eindhoven, Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences.
  5. Ying Rong, Studying the Impact of Supply Uncertainty on Multi-Echelon Supply Chains, July 2008.  Assistant Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, School of Management, Department of Operations Management.  (Formerly: Post-Doc, University of California-Berkeley, Department of Industrial Engineering and Operations Research.)
  6. Hyong-Mo Jeon, Location-Inventory Models with Supply Disruptions, April 2008.  Researcher, Korea Maritime Institute.
  7. Amanda Schmitt, Strategic Inventory Management for Supply Chains Subject to Supply Uncertainty, December 2007.  Associate, McKinsey & Company. (Formerly: Post-doc, MIT, Center for Transportation and Logistics.)
  8. Cagri Latifoglu, Models for Production Planning under Power Uncertainty and Power Contract Design. Expected summer 2011.
  9. Mohsen Moarefdoost.
  10. Fang Chen.

Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Member

  1. Chen Chen, Demand Response in Electricity Wholesale Market and Consumer-Premise Energy Management System for Smart Grids, advisor Shalinee Kishore (Electrical and Computer Engineering, Lehigh University), April 2013.
  2. Peter Tupa, Spectral Analysis of the Mass Flow in the Binary System U Cephei, advisor Gary DeLeo (Physics, Lehigh University), August 2011.
  3. Mehmet Atan, Supply-Demand Planning in High-Tech Industries, advisor S. David Wu, April 2010.
  4. Banu Gemici, Strategic Quandaries for High-Tech Contract Manufacturers: Analysis and Decision Models, advisor S. David Wu, January 2009.
  5. Berrin Aytac, Characterizing Demand Uncertainty in High-Tech Environments: Models, Analysis, and Case Studies, advisor S. David Wu, January 2009.
  6. Gokhan Metan, Robust and Adaptive Inventory Management: Theory and Algorithms, advisor Aurélie Thiele, April 2008.
  7. Julie Drzymalski, An Intelligent System Approach for a Coordinated Supply Chain Having an Error-Recovery Mechanism, advisor Nick Odrey, May 2008.
  8. Rui Kang, Performance Analysis and Design for Dial-Up Internet Access Systems, advisor Andrew Ross, September 2006.

M.S. Thesis Advisor

  1. Lizhou Joey Mao, Optimizing Wave Farm Layouts Under Uncertainty, August 2013.
  2. Choosak Pornsing, A Finite-Horizon Inventory Problem with Deterministic, Dynamic Demand and Stochastic Supply Disruptions, May 2010.
  3. Sabrina Terrizzi, A Comparison of Inventory Systems in the Face of Product Obsolescence, December 2004.
  4. M. Michael Metcalf, Optimization of WiFi Access Point Placement, May 2005.
  5. Lori Shuler, Scenario-Based Reliability Facility Location Models, May 2004.
  6. Rui Yu.
  7. Jia Lu.
  8. Meng Sun.

Student Awards

  1. IIE Pritsker Doctoral Dissertation Award, Second Place: Ying Rong (2009)
  2. MSOM Student Paper Competition, Finalist: Ying Rong (2009)
  3. NSF/CMMI Research and Innovation Conference Travel Award: Zümbül Bulut (2009)
  4. MSOM Conference Travel Award: Zümbül Bulut (2009)
  5. Rossin Doctoral Fellow: Zümbül Bulut (2008)
  6. SOLE (International Society of Logistics) Dissertation Proposal Award, First Place: Amanda Schmitt (2007)

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