A partial list of our recent PhD graduates, along with their current affiliation and the title of their dissertation:
Hari S. Abhyankar, SVP, Business Insights and Analytics at Universal McCann
Inventory Control for High-Technology Capital Equipment Firms
Hasan Arslan, Suffolk University
Two Essays in Commonality
Opher Baron, University of Toronto
Pricing and Admission Control for Shared Computer Services Using the Token Bucket Mechanism
Damian Beil, University of Michigan
Two Topics in Online Auctions
Gary Burchill, Ceo at 2is Inc
Concept Engineering: An Investigation of Time vs. Market Orientation in Product Concept Design
René A. Caldentey, New-York University and Universidad de Chile
Analyzing the Make-to-Stock Queue in the Supply Chain and e-Business Settings
Felipe Caro, UCLA
Dynamic Retail Assortment Models with Demand Learning for Seasonal Consumer Goods.
Amit Dhadwal, McKinsey & Co.
Risk Management and Pricing in Emerging Markets for Bandwidth
Juan-Carlos O. Ferrer, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
Pricing Bundles of Products and Services in the High-Tech Industry
Nitin Joglekar, Boston University
The Technology Treadmill: Managing Product Performance and Production Ramp Up in Fast-Paced Industries
Hongmin Li, University of Arizona
Essays on Supply Chain Contracting and Tactical Decisions for Inter-generational Product Transitions
Maureen Lojo, California State University
Contracting for High-Technology Industrial Services
Susana Mondschein, lecturer, Yale School of Management
Optimal Sales Strategies in Stochastic, Dynamic Environments
Geoffrey Parker, Tulane University
Paulo Rocha e Oliveira, University of Navarra
Service delivery and learning in automated interfaces
Ariel Schilkrut, Bain & Co.
Managing Customer Relationship Channels through Pricing and Service Quality
Tor Schoenmeyr, First Solar
Strategic Inventory Placement in Multi-Echelon Supply Chains: Three Essays.
Brian Tomlin, Dartmouth College
Supply Chain Design: Capacity, Flexibility and Wholesale Price Strategies
Sean Willems, Boston University and Optiant, Inc.
Two Papers in Supply Chain Design: Supply Chain Configuration and Part Selection in Multigeneration Products