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Joseph Martinich

Founders Professor
Logistics & Operations Management
Office: 235 Express Scripts Hall ~ Voice: 314-516-6145
E-Mail: joseph.martinich@umsl.edu
Homepage: http://www.umsl.edu/~jmartini

 


Degrees Held:
Ph.D. Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences, Northwestern University, 1980; M.A. Economics, California State University - Fullerton, 1975; B.S. Industrial Engineering, Northwestern University, 1972

Interests:

Teaching:
  • Areas: Operations Management; Operations Research
  • Courses:
    • LOG OM 3320 - Introduction to Operations Management
    • LOG OM 5320 - Production and Operations Management
    • LOG OM 5322 - Lean Production in Manufacturing and Service Operations
    • LOG OM 5325 - Environmental Sustainability and Business Operations
Research:
  • Areas: Location Analysis, Lean Production in Service Systems, Environmental Aspects of Operations
  • Selected Significant Publications:
    Books
    • A.P. Hurter and J.S. Martinich, Facility Location and the Theory of Production, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston, 1989.
    • J.S. Martinich, Production and operations Management: An Applied Modern Approach, John Wiley, New York, 1997.

    Articles in Print
    • J.S. Martinich, "College Football Rankings: Do the Computers Know Best?" Interfaces 32(5) (2002) 85-94. (Reprinted in ORMS Tomorrow 5, (Spring, 2003)).
    • J.S. Martinich, "The Critical Few Minutes in Scheduling Time-Varying Queuing Systems, Decision Sciences 33 (2002) 415-431.
    • M.A. Millstein and J.S. Martinich, “Takt Time Grouping: Implementing Kanban-Flow Manufacturing in an Unbalanced, High Variation Cycle-Time Process with Moving Constraints,” International Journal of Production Research  (2014).

    Published Technical Reports/Monographs
    • J.S. Martinich, Lee Fox, Alan Hauff, and Anand Jeyaraj, Recycling Means Business: St. Louis Metropolitan Area Recycling Economic Information Study (SLMAREIS), St. Louis - Jefferson Solid Waste District, 2003, 98 pages.
    • J.S. Martinich, "Estimated Government Revenue Effects of Recycling, Reuse, and Re-Manufacturing (RRR) Businesses in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area," St. Louis - Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, December 30, 2003, 6 pages.
    • J.S. Martinich, "Analysis of Student Retention Data and Recommendations, University of Missouri - St. Louis, June 1, 2004, 51 pages.
    • J.S. Martinich, "Recycling, Reuse, and Re-Manufacturing in the St. Louis Metropolitan Area: An Update of the SLMAREIS," St. Louis - Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, March 22, 2006, 34 pages.
    • J.S. Martinich, "Recycling, Reuse, and Re-Manufacturing in Missouri: An Update of the MOREIS," St. Louis - Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, May 28, 2006, 33 pages.
    • J.S. Martinich, “Economic Impact Analysis of the St. Louis-Jefferson SWMD Waste Reduction and Recycling Grant Program,” St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, October 31, 2008, 44 pages.
    •  J.S. Martinich, “Recycling, Reuse, and Re-Manufacturing in Missouri: an Update of MOREIS2006,”  St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, August, 2011, 31 pages.
    • J.S. Martinich, “Survey, Summary, and Analysis of Landfill Tipping Fees and Recycling/Waste Diversion Grants and Assistance Programs in Midwest and Neighboring States,” St. Louis-Jefferson Solid Waste Management District, August, 2012, 23 pages

Other Information:

  • Member, UM System Retirement and Staff Benefits Committee
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Managerial Issues