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Dr. Steve Moehrle, chair of the Accounting Department at University of Missouri – St. Louis will make a presentation on January 29, 2016 in the College’s Logistics & Supply Chain Management Doctoral Seminar Series entitled “Cost Accounting Research in Supply Chain Management” in room 401 SSB.
Dr. Cipriano A. (Pano) Santos, from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, California will make a presentation on December 4, 2015 in the College’s Logistics & Supply Chain Management Doctoral Seminar Series entitled “Projects and Resources Optimization for IT Enterprises” in room 401 SSB.
On November 10, 2015 members of the College’s Transportation Club toured the facilities of Unyson Logistics http://www.unysonlogistics.com/ (part of Hub Group), a major 3PL based in St. Louis. Special thanks to Mike Noelker, Mick Noce (MS IS 1993), Brian Alexander, Andrew Dennigmann (BSBA 2008), Ermin Drinjak (BSBA 2012), Shawn Williams (BSBA 2014), Genevieve Hotz, and Taylor Cantrell (BSBA 2014).
Dr. Jan Ehmke from the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany made a presentation on November 6, 2015 in the College’s Logistics & Supply Chain Management Doctoral Seminar Series entitled “Intelligent Urban Transportation – Making Last-Mile Deliveries more Efficient and Reliable”.
Dr. Keith Womer is the recipient of the 2015 J. Steinhardt Prize from the INFORMS Military Applications Society. This is awarded for “outstanding contributions to Military Operations Research” and “career accomplishments in practicing or managing military operations research”.
The award is sponsored by the CNA Corporation and will be presented at the Philadelphia INFORMS meeting in November 2015.
Dr. Haitao Li is the recipient of the 2015 Doug Durand Award for Research Excellence. This is based on research for the most recent two year period, during which Dr. Li had four refereed journal articles published or accepted, two book chapters published, five grants totaling $313,000, one patent application and two invention disclosures.
Dr. Mary Lacity, Curators’ Professor of Information Systems in the College of Business Administration at UM-St. Louis and Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics made a presentation on October 2, 2015 in the College’s Logistics & Supply Chain Management Doctoral Seminar Series entitled “Nine Keys to World-class Business Process Outsourcing”.
Dr. Sibel Alumur from the Department of Management Sciences at the University of Waterloo made a presentation on September 18, 2015 in the College of Business Administration’s Logistics & Supply Chain Management Doctoral Seminar Series entitled “The Design of Capacitated Intermodal Hub Networks with Different Vehicle Types”.
Dr. David Ronen was named Founder’s Professor in 2015.
Jill Bernard, PhD received her doctorate in Business Administration from the Logistics & Supply Chain Management program in August 2105. Her dissertation is entitled “An Investigation into the Benefits of using Data Analytics to Examine Missouri Motor Vehicle Crash Severity Outcomes”. Dr. Bernard’s dissertation advisory committee consisted of Drs. Donald C. Sweeney II (chair), L. Douglas Smith, Ray Mundy, and Daniel Rust.
Dr. Haitao Li, Associate Professor of Logistics & Operations Management, was named Faculty Inventor of the Year by the National Academy of Inventors during Research & Innovation Week April 17-24 at UMSL. This award is given for innovative research with significant commercial potential. Li research combines optimization, statistics and artificial intelligence to solve large-scale optimization problems under uncertainty, especially for project scheduling problems with limited resources and uncertain task durations. Li currently has a U.S. patent pending, two provisional patents and several invention disclosures. Shown above (left to right) are LOM Department Chair James Campbell, Chancellor Tom George, Dr. Li, Dean Charles Hoffman, and Vice Provost of Research Nasser Arshadi. (Photo by August Jennewein)
Aldis Jakubovskis, PhD received his doctorate in Business Administration from the Logistics & Supply Chain Management program in December 2104. His dissertation is entitled “Capacity Planning and Resource Acquisition Decisions Using Robust Optimization”. Dr. Jakubobvski’s Dissertation Advisory Committee consisted of Drs. Haitao Li, James F. Campbell, Robert M. Nauss, and Donald C. Sweeney II.
Dr. Robert Nauss was named Founder’s Professor in 2015.
Jeremy North, PhD received his doctorate in Business Administration from the Logistics & Supply Chain Management program in December 2104. His dissertation is entitled “Network Flexibility for Recourse Considerations in Bi-Criteria Facility Location”. Dr. North’s Dissertation Advisory Committee consisted of Drs. Ray Mundy, Robert M. Nauss, Keith Womer, and Choong Lee.
Mitch Millstein, William Ellegood, and Wes Boyce were the first three graduates of the Logistics & Supply Chain Management emphasis in the College’s Ph.D. program and all received their degrees in the August 2014 graduation ceremony. Dr. Mitch Millstein’s dissertation is entitled “Takt Time Grouping: A Method to Implement Kanban-Flow Manufacturing in an Unbalanced Process with Moving Constraints & Comparison to One Piece Flow and Drum Buffer Rope: Which is Better, When and Why”. Dr. William Ellegood’s dissertation is entitled “Should the Supply Chain Strategy of a Product Change over its Life Cycle”. Dr. Wes Boyce’s dissertation is entitled “Supply Chain Relationships: Is Collaboration Reality?”.
Dick Navarro taught International Project Management in Bremen, Germany in Summer 2014 as part of a UMSL partnership.
Dr. Joseph Martinich was named Founder’s Professor in 2013.