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CONTACT:
campbell@umsl.edu
Phone: 314-516-6125
214 Express Scripts Hall
 
You can download Dr. Campbell's CV here. 

James Campbell received his PhD from the University of California – Berkeley in Industrial Engineering & Operations Research. He teaches courses in Logistics, Supply Chain and Operations Management, Location Modeling, and Business Analytics. Dr. Campbell’s research centers around modeling and optimization of transportation, logistics and supply chain systems, and he has worked with public and private sector organizations in Canada, Australia and the U.S. His recent research interests include drone delivery, hub location and transportation network design, inventory modeling, school bus routing and barge transportation on the Upper Mississippi River. He has over 100 publications, including many in leading academic and practitioner journals. He is Associate Editor of Transportation Research–Part B and Transportation Science and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Business Logistics and the International Journal of Revenue Management.



Ph.D. (Industrial Engineering & Operations Research), University of California, Berkeley, 1987
M.S. (Industrial Engineering & Operations Research), University of California, Berkeley, 1983
B.S. (Systems Science & Mathematics), Washington University, 1981

Logistics
Operations Management
Location Modeling
Analytics & Supply Chain Management
Graduate DBA & PhD

Dr. Campbells research centers around modeling and optimization of transportation, logistics and supply chain systems, including drone delivery, hub location and transportation network design, inventory modeling, school bus routing and barge transportation. He has worked with public and private sector organizations and has research grants from ASCM (Association for Supply Chain Management), U.S Department of Transportation and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

Articles:
Alumur, S.A., Campbell, J.F., Contreras, I., Kara, B.Y., Marianov, V. and O'Kelly, M.E. “Perspectives on Modeling Hub Location Problems”, European Journal of Operational Research, 2020.

Otto, A., Agatz, N., Campbell, J., Golden, B., Pesch, E. “Optimization approaches for civil applications of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or aerial drones: A survey”, Networks 72(4), 411-458, 2018.

Ellegood, W.A., Campbell, J.F. and North, J., “Continuous Approximation Models for Mixed Load School Bus Routing”, Transportation Research Part B 77, 182–198, 2015.

Campbell, J.F., O’Kelly, M.E. “Twenty-Five Years of Hub Location Research”, Transportation Science
46 (2), 153-169, 2012.

Associate Editor, Transportation Science
Associate Editor, OMEGA
Editorial Advisory Board, Transportation Research, Journal of Revenue Management
Editorial Review Board, Journal of Business Logistics
Fulbright Senior Scholar, Melbourne, Australia, 2000