Ph.D. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management – Faculty Interests
Kwabena G. Boakye
-Ph.D. Management Science, University of North Texas, 2013
Research interests include quality improvement, service innovation, and applied statistics.
Gerard Burke – Ph.D. Operations Management, University of Florida, 2005
Research interests include manufacturing and service operations management, purchasing and negotiation, sourcing strategies, supply chain coordination and business analytics.
Scott Ellis – Ph.D., State University of New York.
Research interests include the study of purchasing and supply management processes and functions.
Mark Hanna – Ph.D., Industrial Management, Clemson University, 1989
Research areas include operations management, quality management and supply chain management.
Matt Jenkins – Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Tennessee, 2017.
Research areas are in strategic adaptive supply chain capabilities.
Yoon Hee Kim – Ph.D. Operations Management, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2010
Research interests are in application areas of operations strategy and supply chain management relationships.
Jun Liu – Ph.D., Business Statistics, the University of Illinois at Chicago, 2005
Research interests are in the areas of linear and nonlinear time series analysis, non-parametric time series analysis, panel data analysis, and statistical applications in business.
Alan Mackelprang – Ph.D. Operations Management, University of South Carolina, 2011
Research interests include examining interdependencies among supply chain partners, JIT/lean production and supply chain/manufacturing flexibility.
Issam Moussaoui – Ph.D., Business Administration, University of Arkansas, 2017
Research interests include operations strategy, supply chain management and market dynamics.
Christian Rossetti – Ph.D., Arizona State University. Research interests include strategic sourcing, aligning goals in buyer-supplier relationships, and supply chain structure.
Jake Simons – Ph.D. Business Administration (Ops. Management) University of Houston, 1989
Research interests in the areas of service operations and production planning and scheduling.
Xinfang Wang – Ph.D. Management Science, University of Cincinnati, 2007
Research interests are in the areas of discrete optimization modeling and conjoint product design.
Arda Yenipazarli -Ph.D. Operations Management, University of Florida, 2012
Research interests are in the areas of new product development, green supply chain management, sustainable technologies, and inventory management and theory.
Last updated: 6/15/2018