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  T&O FACULTY RESEARCH INTEREST
Technology & Operations faculty are active researchers who contribute to the state of the art
through publishing in leading research journals.
All maintain relevance in their research and teaching through such activities as professional consulting and field visits to production facilities.

  Hyun-soo Ahn, Ph.D. (Michigan), Associate Professor of Technology & Operations: Modeling and analysis of production and service systems, analysis of integrated/decentralized supply chain management models, applications of stochastic optimization, queuing systems.
Ravi Anupindi, Ph.D. (Carnegie Mellon), Program Director for the Master of Supply Chain Management Program, Michael R. and Mary Kay Hallman Fellow, Professor of Technology & Operations: Supply chain management, strategic sourcing, supply chain risk management, lean operations, supply chain sustainability, value chains for economic development and health care delivery.
Damian Beil, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Associate Professor of Technology & Operations: Strategic sourcing, design of procurement auctions and applications of operations management to health care.
Izak Duenyas, Ph.D. (Northwestern), John Psarouthakis Professor of Manufacturing Management, Professor of Technology & Operations, Department Chair: Supply chain management, stochastic modeling, performance analysis and control of manufacturing/service systems, investments in new technology.
Hila Etzion, Ph.D. (Rochester) Assistant Professor of Technology and Operations: Information systems economics; online auctions, managing multiple selling mechanisms online, pricing strategies for online services with network externalities, simultaneous management of offline and online selling channels
Wallace Hopp, Ph.D. (Michigan), Herrick Professor of Management, Professor of Technology & Operations: Design, control and management of production, supply chain and work systems.
Stefanus Jasin, Ph.D. (Stanford), Assistant Professor of Technology & Operations: Stochastic analysis, dynamic optimization, and analysis of heuristics. Current area of application: inventory control and revenue pricing management.
Roman Kapuscinski, Ph.D. (Carnegie Mellon), Professor of Technology & Operations, Ford Motor Company Co-Director of Tauber Institute for Global Operations: supply chain management, value of information in coordinating elements of supply chain, optimal design of production-inventory systems with capacity constraints, financial and operational hedging, and efficiency of energy markets.
Stephen G. Leider, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Technology & Operations: Experimental and theoretical analysis of the effect of psychological factors on contractual relationships, behavior in social networks, individual decision-making about risk and uncertainty.
M.S. Krishnan, Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University), Business innovation, corporate IT strategy, business value of IT investments, metrics and measures for business process and software quality, productivity and customer satisfaction
Peter J. Lenk, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Technology & Operations, Associate Professor of Marketing: Bayesian inference and forecasting, marketing research, stochastic modeling.
Jun Li, Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania), Assistant Professor of Technology & Operations, Empirical operations management, business analytics, revenue management and pricing, consumer behavior, competitive dynamics, social and economic network, structural modeling and estimation.
William S. Lovejoy, Ph.D. (Delaware), Raymond T. Perring Family Professor of Business Administration, Professor of Technology & Operations: Health care, innovation and cross-functional issues in operations management.
Nigel P. Melville, Ph.D. (University of California Irvine), Business value of information systems, how organizations generate value with information systems, information systems and environmental sustainability performance of organizations.
Laurie Morgan, Ph.D. (California - Berkeley), Lecturer of Technology & Operations: Gender and work, work and family, organizations and professional careers.
Gerald Peterson, MS, (Stanford), Lecturer of Technology & Operations: The logical foundations of discrete-event simulation (DES) software, design of DES experiments, analysis of DES output, the use of DES for decision support, such as in the design of manufacturing systems, and spreadsheet-based Monte Carlo simulation for risk analysis.
Amitabh Sinha, Ph.D. (Carnegie Mellon), Assistant Professor of Technology & Operations: Supply chain management, logistic network design, finance and risk in operations, innovation, and social networks.
Thomas Schriber, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Technology & Operations, The logical foundations of discrete-event simulation (DES) software, design of DES experiments, analysis of DES output, the use of DES for decision support, such as in the design of manufacturing systems, and spreadsheet-based Monte Carlo simulation for risk analysis.
Eric Svaan, M.S. (Carnegie Mellon), Lecturer of Technology & Operations: Project management, supply chain network design, rapid plant assessment and lean operations transformation.
Joseph Walls, Ph.D. (Michigan), Adjunct Associate Professor of Technology & Operations, Research interests: information system analysis and design, information system project management.
Owen Wu, Ph.D. (British Columbia), Assistant Professor of Technology & Operations: Operations management of energy resources, interfaces between operations and energy markets, empirical study of operational management and financial performance.