Carl H. Lindner College of BusinessCarl H. Lindner College of BusinessUniversity of Cincinnati

Carl H. Lindner College of Business

Michael Magazine, PhD

Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar
Professional Summary
Michael J. Magazine is currently Professor of Operations and Business Analytics and Ohio Eminent Scholar in the College of Business. He recently served as the Associate Dean for Faculty and Research and the Interim Dean in the College of Business at UC. He has degrees from CCNY, NYU and the University of Florida. He has held teaching positions at North Carolina State University and at the University of Waterloo. In addition, he has had visiting appointments at PUC in Brazil, INRIA in France and Georgia Tech, MIT and the University of Michigan. Professor Magazine's research interests include supply chain management, scheduling and other applications of manufacturing and health systems. He has published numerous papers in these areas. Professor Magazine has served on the editorial boards of most of the major journals in management science and operations research, including Management Science, Operations Research and M&SOM. He is the Co-Editor of Quantitative Models in Supply Chain Management, and the winner of a best paper award by the Institute of Industrial Engineering in 2003. He is an INFORMS Fellow and a Fellow of the Graduate School of UC. He is the winner of the 2009 EXCEL Graduate Teaching Award.
Contact Information
E-mail:
Office:
522 Carl H. Lindner Hall
Phone:
513-556-7191
Fax:
513-556-7069
Research Interest
  • Operations models for health care delivery; supply chain management for goods producing and service organizations; production and scheduling in manufacturing systems; heuristics and approximation algorithms in operations research; commonality in inventory systems; strategic issues in manufacturing.
History

Institution:
Dept. of MIE, College of Engineering, Univ. of Cincinnati
Title:
Adjunct Professor


Institution:
Department of Quantitative Analysis and Operations Management, College of Business Administration, University of Cincinnati
Title:
Professor and Ohio Eminent Scholar


Institution:
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Centre
Title:
Quality Improvement Consultant
End Date:
2006-12-31


Institution:
TechSolve
Title:
Senior analyst
End Date:
2006-12-31


Institution:
Department of Management Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, University of Waterloo
Title:
Professor
End Date:
1995-12-31


Institution:
Graduate School of Business, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Title:
Visiting Professor
End Date:
1994-12-31


Institution:
Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Title:
Visiting Professor
End Date:
1992-12-31


Institution:
School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia
Title:
Visiting Professor
End Date:
1987-12-31


Institution:
INRIA, Rocquencourt, FRANCE
Title:
Visiting Scientist
End Date:
1982-12-31


Institution:
Department of Management Sciences, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, CANADA
Title:
Associate Professor
End Date:
1982-12-31


Institution:
Department of Industrial Engineering, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina
Title:
Assistant Professor
End Date:
1975-12-31


Institution:
PUC, Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL
Title:
Visiting OAS Professor
End Date:
1972-12-31


Awards | Honors

Name:
Alpha Pi Mu; Sigma Xi; Beta Sigma Pi


Name:
INFORMS Fellow


Name:
MSOM Distinguished Service Award


Name:
UC Distinguished Professor Award


Name:
UC Graduate School Fellow


Name:
UC Rieveschl Award


Organization:
IFC
Name:
IFC Professor of the Year
Year Received:
2013


Name:
Nominated for UC Distinguished Professor
Year Received:
2011


Name:
Nominated for UC Rieveschl
Year Received:
2011


Organization:
Michael Dean
Name:
EXCEL Award for excellent graduate teaching
Year Received:
2009


Education

Institution:
City College of New York
Major:
Mathematics
Degree:
BS


Institution:
New York University
Major:
Operations Research
Degree:
MS


Institution:
University of Florida
Major:
Industrial Engineering
Degree:
Other


Institution:
University of Florida
Major:
Operations Research
Degree:
Ph D


Published Contributions

Michael Magazine, Amy Cohn, George Polak,  (). Integrating Circuit Board Manufacturing by Branch and Price. NRL, 215-225.


Michael Magazine,  (). Mathletics. Interfaces, .


Michael Magazine, Jeff Camm, Saravanan Kuppusamy, Kipp  Martin,  (2017). Demand Weighted Vehicle Routing Problem. European Journal of Operational Research, 151-162.


Michael Magazine, Brenda Courtad, George Polak, Ken  Baker,  (2017). Minimizing Flowtime for Paired Tasks. European Journal of Operational Research, .


Michael Magazine, George  Polak, James Hammister,  (2016). Optimization, Visualization and Data Mapping for HVAC Product Distribution. , .


Michael Magazine, Ken Baker,  (2016). Brushing the Court Lines Optimally. INFORMS Transactions on Education, 79-83.


Michael Magazine, Uday Rao, Claudia Rosales,  (2015). The 2-bin System for Controlling Medical Supplies at Point-of-Use. European Journal of Operational Research, 271-280.


Michael Magazine, Uday Rao, Yann Ferrand,  (2014). Partially Flexible Operating Rooms For Elective and Emergency Surgeries. Decision Sciences, 819-847.


Michael Magazine, Uday Rao, C;audia Rosales,  (2014). Point-of-Use Hybrid Inventory Policy for Hospital. Decision Sciences, 913-937.


Michael Magazine, Uday Rao, Yann Ferrand,  (2014). Managing Operating Room Efficiency and Responsiveness for Emergency and Elective Surgeries – A Literature Survey. IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering , 49-64.


Craig Froehle, Michael Magazine,  (2013). Improving Patient Flow in the Complex Outpatient Clinic. Handbook of Healthcare Operations Management: Methods and Applications , .


Craig Froehle, Michael Magazine,  (2012). The State of Healthcare in OR/OM. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, 495-499.


Michael Magazine, Yann Ferrand, Uday Rao,  (2011). Building Cyclic Schedules for Emergency Department Physicians. Interfaces, 521-533.


Michael Magazine,  (2009). Book Review. Interfaces, 556-557.


Jeff Camm, Michael Magazine, George Polak, Greg Zaric,  (2008). Scheduling Parallel Assembly Lines to Minimize a Shared Pool of Labor. IIE Transactions, 749-758.


Michael Magazine, Susan Williams,  (2007). An Experimental Design Comparison of Four Heuristic Approaches for Batching Jobs in Printed Circuit Board Assembly. Academy of Information and Management Sciences Journal, 19-38.


Michael Magazine, S. Williams,  (2007). Heuristic Approaches for Batching Jobs in Printed Circuit Board Assembly. Computers and Operations Research, 1943-1962.


Michael Magazine, Greg  Graman,  (2006). Factors Influencing the Decision to Adopt a Postponement Strategy. IJOPM, 1068-1083.


Michael Fry, Michael Magazine, Uday Rao,  (2006). Firefighter Staffing with Temporary Absences and Wastage. Operations Research, 353-365.


Michael Magazine, A. Grosfeld-Nir,  (2005). A Simulation Study of Pull Systems with Ascending/Descending Buffers. IJPR, 3529-3541.


Michael Magazine, S. Kulkarni, Amit Raturi,  (2005). On the Tradeoffs Between Risk Pooling and Logistics Costs in a Multi-Plant Network with Commonality. IIE Transactions, 247-265.


Michael Magazine, S. Kulkarni, Amit Raturi,  (2004). How Does Risk Pooling Impact Manufacturing Configuration. POMS, 186-199.


Michael Magazine, G. Polak,  (2003). Job Release Policy and Printed Circuit Board Assembly. IIE, 379-387.


Michael Magazine, G. Polak, D. Sharma,  (2002). A Multi-exchange Neighborhood Search Heuristic for PCB Manufacturing. Jnl of Electronic Mfg, 107-119.


Michael Magazine, G. Graman,  (2002). A Numerical Analysis of Capacitated Postponement. POM, 340-357.


Michael Magazine, A. Grosfeld-Nir,  (2002). Gated Max WIP: A Strategy for Controlling Multistage Production Systems. IJPR, 2557-2567.


Michael Magazine, K. Baker, G. Polak,  (2002). Optimal Block Design Models for Course Timetabling. OR Letters, .


Michael Magazine, Ken Doerr,  (2000). Production System Design and Control Issues in the Implementation of a Factory Within a Factory. IJOPM, 85-102.


Michael Magazine, Andrew VanBerkel, Avi Grosfeld-Nir,  (2000). Push and Pull Strategies for Controlling Multi-Stage Production Systems. IJPR, 2361-2375.


Michael Magazine, Ken Baker,  (2000). Scheduling Product Families with Due Dates. EJOR, 126-139.


Michael Magazine, K. Doerr, T. Klastorin,  (2000). Synchronous Unpaced Flow Lines with Worker Differences and Overtime Costs. Mgt Sci, 421-435.


Michael Magazine, Geo Polak, Ken Baker, Yuelin Shen,  (2000). Scheduling Cohorts. MSOM Proceedings; (also appeared in Proceedings of the Latin American OR Societies 2000 Conf., Mexico City, Mexico, Sept 2000), .


Michael Magazine, Sridhar  Tayur , Ram Ganeshan,  (1999). Quantitative Models in Supply Chains . Kluwer Press, .


Michael Magazine, G. Graman,  (1998). An Analysis of Postponement Capacity. Proceedings of the MSOM Conference, , .


Michael Magazine, H. Mausser, J. Moore,  (1996). Application of an Annealed Neural Network to a Timetabling Problem. ORSA Jnl on Computing, .


Michael Magazine, Helmut Mausser,  (1996). Comparison of Neural and Heuristic Methods for a Timetabling Problem. EJOR, 271-287.


Michael Magazine, F. Julien, N. Hall,  (1996). Generalized Preemption Models for Single Machine Dynamic Scheduling Problems. IIE Transaction, .


Michael Magazine, Nick  Hall,  (1996). Maximizing the Value of a Space Mission. EJOR, 224-241.


Michael Magazine, K. Stecke,  (1996). Production Rates for Unpaced Production Lines with Tandem Work Stations and Parallel Service Facilities. Perf Eval. , 211-232.


Michael Magazine,  (1996). Sequencing and Scheduling. Encyclopedia of Management Science and Operations Research, Kluwer, .


Michael Magazine, O. Oguz,  (1995). A Stability Concept for Zero One Programming and Its Implications. INFOR, .


Michael Magazine, H. Mausser, Y. Gerchak,  (1995). The Evolution of Draft Lotteries in Professional Sports: Back to Moral Hazard. Interfaces , .


Michael Magazine, U. Bagchi, F. Julien,  (1994). Due Date Assignment to Multi job Customer Orders. Mgt.Sci., 1389-1392.


Michael Magazine, Yigal  Gerchak,  (1994). The Meaning of `Equivalence' among Scheduling Performance Measures. EJOR, 432-435.


Michael Magazine, C. Santos, R. Vickson,  (1993). Batching and Sequencing of Components at a Single Facility. IIE Transactions, 65-70.


Michael Magazine,  (1992). A Closed Form Solution to a Class of Quadratic Knapsack Problems. INFOR, .


Michael Magazine, F. Julien,  (1991). Scheduling Customer Orders: An Alternative Production Scheduling Strategy. Journal of Manufacturing and Operations Management, 177-199.


Michael Magazine, R. Conway,  (1991). A Case Against Software Patents. OR/MS Today, .


Michael Magazine, E. Coffman, C. Santos, M. Yannakakis,  (1990). Batch Sizing and Job Sequencing on a Single Machine. Annals of Operations Research, 135-147.


Michael Magazine, S. Hackman, T. Wee,  (1989). Efficient Algorithms for Line Balancing Problems. Operations Research, .


Michael Magazine, Y. Gerchak, B. Gamble,  (1988). Component Commonality with Service Level Requirements. Management Science, 753-760.


Michael Magazine, M. Ball,  (1988). Sequencing Insertions on Printed Circuit Board Assembly. Operations Research Special Issue on Manufacturing, 192-201.


Michael Magazine, J. Buzacott, S. Shevell,  (1986). Simulation and Analysis of a Circuit Board Manufacturing Facility. Proceedings of the 1986 Winter Simulation Conference , 686-693.


Michael Magazine, M. Carter, T. Moon,  (1986). A Warning About the Cyclic Lot Scheduling Problem with Sequence Dependent Set up Times. IJPR, 1281-1283.


Michael Magazine, D. Gabbani,  (1986). An Interactive Heuristic Approach for Multiobjective Integer Programming Problems. Jnl of Operational Research Society , .


Michael Magazine, C. Santos, R. Vickson,  (1986). Batching and Sequencing Decisions for Single Machine Production Problems. The Proceedings of the IFIP Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems, .


Michael Magazine, K. Baker, H. Nuttle,  (1986). The Effect of Commonality on Safety Stock in a Simple Inventory Model. Management Sciences, 982-988.


Michael Magazine, C. Santos,  (1986). Batching in Single Operation Manufacturing Systems. OR Letters, .


Michael Magazine, K. McKay, J. Buzacott, J. Moore,  (1986). KANBAN/JIT The Scheduling and Data Processing Impact. CIPS Review, 15-18.


Michael Magazine, O. Oguz,  (1984). A Heuristic Algorithm for the Multidimensional Zero One Knapsack Problem. EJOR, 319-325.


Michael Magazine, T. Wee,  (1984). An Efficient Branch and Bound Algorithm for an Assembly Line Balancing Problem Part I: Minimize the Number of Work Stations. University of Waterloo Research Report, .


Michael Magazine, T. Wee,  (1984). An Efficient Branch and Bound Algorithm for an Assembly Line Balancing Problem Part II: Maximize the Production Rate. University of Waterloo Research Report, .


Michael Magazine, H. Ong, T. Wee,  (1984). Analysis of the Probabilistic Performance of Bin Packing Heuristics. OR, 983-999.


Michael Magazine, T. Wee,  (1984). Assembly Line Balancing as Generalized Bin Packing. OR Letters, 56-58.


Michael Magazine, M. Chern,  (1984). Polynomial Approximation Algorithms for Multidimensional Knapsack Problems. Math of OR, 244-258.


Michael Magazine,  (1983). Optimality of Intuitive Checkpointing Policies. Info. Proc. Letters; Also in INRIA Seminaires, 1982, 63-66.


Michael Magazine, O. Oguz,  (1982). A Fully Polynomial Approximate Algorithm for the Zero One Knapsack Problem. EJOR, 270-273.


Michael Magazine, M. Ball,  (1981). Design and Analysis of Heuristics. Proceedings of the 1979 Conference on Routing and Scheduling Networks, .


Michael Magazine, S. Beshara,  (1981). Myopic Heuristics for Single Machine Scheduling Problem. Int'l Jnl of Production Research, 85-95.


Michael Magazine, M. Chern,  (1981). The Worst Case Bound for b Set Covering Problem and Its Generalizations. Proceedings of the 1981 Int'l Symposium on Policy Analysis and Information Systems, .


Michael Magazine, J.O. Ayeni,  (1981). On Optimal Stopping Rules in Sequential Search. Jnl of Comp. Sci., 20-29.


Michael Magazine,  (1981). The Number of States in a Class of Serial Queueing Systems. Fibonacci Quarterly, .


Michael Magazine,  (1980). Integer and Heuristic Programming. Proceedings of the 1978 IFORS Meeting, 897-900.


Michael Magazine,  (1979). Proceedings of Discrete Optimization 1977. Editorial Associate, , .


Michael Magazine, J.O. Ayeni,  (1979). A Heuristic Algorithm for Single Variable Sequential Search with Prior Information. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, 246-249.


Michael Magazine,  (1978). What's Wrong with OR Education II. Interfaces, 87-89.


Michael Magazine, O. Oguz,  (1977). A Two Phase Algorithm for the 0 1 Knapsack Problem. University of Waterloo Research Report, .


Michael Magazine,  (1977). What's Wrong with OR Education Panel Discussion. Interfaces , 92-101.


Michael Magazine,  (1977). Scheduling a Patient Transportation Service in a Hospital. INFOR, 242-254.


Michael Magazine,  (1976). Long Division: An Example of When the Greedy Algorithm Solves a Class of Knapsack Problems. IE Transactions , 283-285.


Michael Magazine, R. Coppins,  (1975). A Combinatorial Approach for Predicting Remaining Effort in Branch and Bound. University of Waterloo Research Report, .


Michael Magazine,  (1975). Bellman's Principle of Optimality. Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology , 230-236.


Michael Magazine,  (1975). Evaluation of a Social Agency. Report written for the North Carolina Department of Urban Affairs, .


Michael Magazine, G.  Nemhauser , L.  Trotter,  (1975). When the Greedy Solution Solves a Class of Knapsack Problems. Operations Research , 202-217.


Michael Magazine, F. Gould,  (1971). A Mathematical Programming Model for Contraceptive Delivery Systems. Socio Economic Planning Sciences , 255-261.


Michael Magazine,  (1971). Control of Multi Server Queueing Systems. Naval Research Logistics Quarterly , 177-183.


Michael Magazine,  (1970). Average Cost Criterion in Markov Decision Processes. Operations Research Report, .


Michael Magazine,  (1970). Optimal Control of Queueing Systems under Periodic Review. Operations Research Report, .



Accepted Contributions

Michael Magazine, Nicholas  Hall,  (Accepted). Sequencing and Scheduling in Encyclopedia of Management Science and Operations Research. Kluwer.


Saravanan Kuppusamy, Mike Magazine, Uday Rao,  (Accepted). Electric Vehicle Adoption Decisions in a Fleet Environment. European Journal of Operational Research / Elsevier.


Michael Magazine, George Polak, James  Hammister,  (Accepted). Demand Pooling and Transshipment. Journal of business logistics.


Michael Magazine, James Hammister, George Polak ,  (Accepted). Optimization, Visualization and Data Mapping for HVAC Product Distribution. In Visual Analytics for Management Translational Science and Applications in Practice.


Claudia Rosales, Michael Magazine, Uday Rao,  (Accepted). Point-of-Use Technology Enabled Hybrid Inventory Control Policy . Decision Sciences.


Michael Magazine, George Polak, Amy  Cohn,  (Accepted). Integrating Circuit Board Manufacturing by Branch and Price. Naval Research Logistics.


Michael Magazine, T. Wee,  (Accepted). Generalization of Bin Packing Heuristics to the Line Balancing Problem. University of Waterloo Research Report.


Michael Magazine,  (Accepted). The Problem Solving Studio. INFOR.


Michael Magazine, K. Baker, P. Dixon, E. Silver,  (Accepted). An Algorithm for the Dynamic Lot Size Problem with Time Varying Capacity Constraints. Management Science.


Michael Magazine, E. Silver,  (Accepted). Heuristics for Unbalancing Serial Production Lines. International Journal of Production Research.


Michael Magazine, K. Baker,  (Accepted). Workforce Scheduling with Cyclic Demands and Day Off Constraints. Management Science.


Michael Magazine,  (Accepted). A Catalog of Research in Design and Control of Queueing Systems. Operations Research .




Research in progress

Title:
2-bin inventory systems


Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
A simulation study of pull systems with gamma processing times


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Batching, Scheduling and Assignment


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Bundled Payments


Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Capacity Utilization in ED Department


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Carbon Footprint for Sustainability


Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Contract Design in a Decentralized Electric Vehicle Supply Chain


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Demand Pooling and Transshipment


Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Electric Vehicle Adoption for a Taxicab Fleet

Description:
Paper building a centralized model of the EV Supply Chain; revision submitted to POM Dec 2014

Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Evaluating Partial Flexibility in Healthcare Systems with Multi-Priority Patients: A Queueing Approach


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Outpatient Appointment Scheduling with Uncertainty and Variability in Patient Arrivals


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Outpatient Appointment Scheduling with Uncertainty in Patient Arrivals

Description:
UC College of Business Working Paper, in process.

Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Proactive Scheduling: Safe Scheduling in Complex Outpatient Clinics


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Surgical Room Assignments


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
T push or pull: what is the answer


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Technology Enabled Hybrid Inventory Control Policies in Hospitals

Description:
The purpose of this research is to analyze a new hybrid inventory policy used by hospitals as new technology becomes available to increase inventory visibility. This increased visibility offers a new range of possibilities for material handling and control. We seek to offer practical and efficient operational policies that are applicable to the health care sector and other environments where increased visibility enables the use of new operational policies.

Status:
On-Going

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
The FASStR Framework for Clinic Operations Performance Measurement


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Two item joint and hybrid policies


Status:
Writing Results

Research Type:
Scholarly


Title:
Use of Technologies to Improve Inventory in Hospitals





Presentations

Title:
Materials Management in Supply Chains
Title:
Health Care Management Sxience
Title:
Materials Mangangement in Supply Chains
Title:
Materials Management in Supply Chains
Title:
Numerous (over 100) presentations at conferences, seminars and industrial institutions.
Title:
Sports by the Numbers
Organization:
Faculty Club
Location:
Faculty Club
Title:
The Beer Game and the Bullwhip effect
Title:
A Queuing Evaluation of Partial Flexibility in Healthcare Systems with Multi-priority Patients
Year:
2014


Title:
four papers with students and colleagues
Organization:
INFORMS
Location:
SF, CA
Year:
2014


Title:
Resilient Patient Scheduling in Complex Outpatient Clinics
Year:
2014


Title:
Teaching Sports Analytics
Organization:
MIT/ESPN
Location:
Boston, MA
Year:
2014


Title:
Performance Metrics in Outpatient Healthcare: A Framework
Year:
2013


Title:
A Queueing-Based Measure to Evaluate Responsiveness to Multi-Class Customers in Healthcare Delivery
Year:
2013


Title:
A New Buffer-Sizing Approach to Robust Patient Scheduling
Year:
2013


Title:
A Unifying Framework of Performance Metrics for Outpatient Healthcare Operations
Year:
2013


Title:
Carbon Mitigation and Competition
Location:
San Francisco, CA
Year:
2012


Title:
A New Buffer-Sizing Approach to Robust Patient Scheduling
Year:
2012


Title:
Carbon Mitigation and Competition
Location:
Phoenix, AZ
Year:
2012


Title:
To buy or not to buy your remanufacturer
Location:
Chicago, IL
Year:
2012


Title:
Analyzing fleet renewal decision of taxi cabs with electric vehicles
Location:
Chicago,IL
Year:
2012


Title:
Managing Hospital Supplies
Year:
2011


Title:
Taxing Policies to Achieve Sustainable Supply Chain Design
Location:
Charlotte, NC
Year:
2011


Title:
Patient Flow
Organization:
UC Medical School
Location:
UC Medical School
Year:
2011


Title:
The Bearcats Transportation System: A New Vehicle Routing Formulation
Location:
CHARLOTTE,NC
Year:
2011


Title:
Supply Chain Design for the Triple Bottom Line
Year:
2011


Title:
Optimal Patient Schedules for Complex, Multi-Provider Clinics
Year:
2011


Title:
Increasing Patient Throughput at an Outpatient Clinic with Two Classes of Patients and Two Types of Providers
Year:
2011


Title:
Optimizing the Outpatient Clinic Schedule for Both Patients and Providers
Year:
2011


Title:
Improving Patient Flow: Case Studies and Lessons Learned from Pulmonary Clinics and Other Settings
Organization:
UC Division of General Internal Medicine
Year:
2010


Year:
2010


Title:
Who Should Emergency Physicians see next
Year:
2010


Title:
New Inventory Policies in Health Care
Year:
2010


Title:
University Transit System design
Year:
2010


Title:
Improving Patient Flow Through Shared Workload at an Outpatient Clinic
Location:
San Diego, CA
Year:
2010


Title:
Locating Stores to Improve the Triple Bottom Line
Location:
Austin, TX
Year:
2010


Title:
Building Cyclic Schedules for ED
Organization:
INFORMS
Location:
San Diego
Year:
2009


Title:
New Inventory Policies in Healthcare
Organization:
INFORMS
Location:
San Diego,CA
Year:
2009


Title:
Scheduling Doctors to Clinical and Surgical Timeslots
Organization:
INFORMS
Location:
San Diego,CA
Year:
2009


Title:
Teaching Sports Modeling at UC
Organization:
INFORMS
Location:
San Diego, CA
Year:
2009


Title:
Transportation Systems Design
Organization:
INFORMS
Location:
San Diego,CA
Year:
2009


Title:
Estimating Patient Wait Times in a Highly Uncertain Service Environment
Location:
Washington, DC
Year:
2008


Title:
Multisite Block Scheduling of Surgical and Clinical Operations
Location:
Groningen, The Netherlands
Year:
2008


Title:
Reducing Patient Waiting Times in a Pediatric Orthopaedics Clinic
Location:
La Jolla, CA
Year:
2008


Title:
Health care research
Organization:
INFORMS
Location:
Seattle
Year:
2007


Title:
Health applications
Organization:
Purdue University
Location:
W. Lafayette, IN
Year:
2007


Title:
Health Applications
Organization:
POMS
Location:
Dallas, TX
Year:
2007


Title:
Health Applications
Organization:
University of Toronto
Location:
Toronto, ON
Year:
2007


Title:
Firefighter Staffing with Overtime, Attrition, and Random Absenteeism
Location:
Carnegie Mellon University/University of Pittsburgh
Year:
2004


Title:
Firefighter Staffing with Overtime, Attrition, and Random Absenteeism
Location:
University of Cincinnati
Year:
2003


Title:
Firefighter Staffing with Overtime, Attrition, and Random Absenteeism
Location:
Savannah, GA
Year:
2003


Title:
Multiplant Network Configuration: Some Initial Results
Organization:
INFORMS
Location:
Dallas, Texas
Year:
1998