Seminars: Fall 2005

All seminars will be held on Mondays from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in E40-298 (unless otherwise announced).

Date Speaker & Title
Sep 12 Paulo Gonçalves, Behavioral Causes of Demand Amplification in Supply Chains: “Satisficing” Policies with Limited Information Cues
Sep 19 No classes - Student Holiday
Sep 26 David Simchi-Levi, Risk Aversion in Inventor Management
Oct 3 Ed Anderson, A Dynamic Model of Group and Individual Learning including the Effects of Forgetting, Specialization, and Transactive Memory Systems
Oct 10 Columbus Day - No Seminar
Oct 17 Gokan Dogan, When Less Leads to More: Phantom Ordering in the Beer Game
Oct 24 Thomas Roemer, The Concurrent Open Shop Problem or How Did Beauty Get Into Scheduling?
Oct 31 Kim Thompson
Nov 7 Gabriel Bitran
Nov 14 INFORMS Conference
Nov 21 Daniel Whitney
Nov 28 Yue Dai
Dec 5 David Gamarnik
Dec 12 Retsef Levi

Updated Sept. 20, 2005

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