Students

Thesis Supervision and PhD Students

Current Doctoral Students

STUDENT Expected Completion Date
Kayse Lee Maass Expected Completion Date, June 2016

Ph.D. Dissertations Supervised

STUDENT Completion Date Dissertation Title
Jonathan Turner January, 2011 Overcoming obstacles to resident-patient continuity of care and optimal allocations of operating room experiences
Michael Lim Joint with S. Chopra, June, 2009 Supply Chain Network Design in the Presence of Disruption Risks
Taylan Ilhan Joint with S. Iravani, September, 2007 Routing and Resource Allocation with Probabilistic Objectives
Kristin Sahyouni Joint with R. Canan Savaskan, June, 2007 Product Lifecycle Considerations in Closed-Loop Supply Chain Management
Leyla Ozsen June, 2004 Location-Inventory Planning Models:  Capacity Issues and Solution Algorithms
Lawrence V. Snyder June, 2003 Supply Chain Robustness and Reliability:  Models and Algorithms
Zuo-Jun Max Shen
joint with C. Coullard and D. Simchi-Levi, December, 2000 Efficient Algorithms for Various Supply Chain Problems
Susan H. Owen December, 1998 Scenario Planning Approaches to Facility Location:  Models and Solution Methods
Rosemary Berger joint with C. Coullard, July, 1997 Location-Routing Models for Distribution System Design
Sanjay Melkote August, 1996 Integrated Models of Facility Location and Network Design
Michael Watson February, 1996 A Standardization Analysis Process Applied to Steel Coils in the Automotive Industry
Geoffrey Craig Murray October, 1995 Dynamic Aircraft Reassignment
Ronald S. Tibben-Lembke joint with Y. Bassok, October, 1995 Essays in Logistics
Yanwen Wang May, 1992 The Stochastic Travelling Salesman Problem with Dynamic Node Choices
Chryssi Malandraki December, 1988 Time Dependent Vehicle Routing Problems:  Formulations, Solution Algorithms and Computational Experiments
Ali Haghani December, 1985 A Combined Model of Train Routing, Makeup, and Empty Car Distribution
Geoffrey Rose joint with F. S. Koppelman, November, 1985 An Analysis of Error Propagation in Transportation Network Equilibrium Models
Jossef Perl December, 1982 A Unified Warehouse Location Routing Analysis