Mehmet Gumus

Authors: Mohammad E. Nikoofal, Mehmet Gümüş

Publication: Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Forthcoming

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Published on: 11 May 2017

Lush’s North American factories in Vancouver and Etobicoke are putting out bath bombs at a frenetic pace to keep up with the demands of the rapidly-growing company — and the extremely short turnaround that a preservative-free product line entails. But as the company and the wider organic and Fairtrade industries grow, they put increased strain on suppliers and growers.

Classified as: Mehmet Gumus, operations management
Published on: 24 Mar 2017

CablePlan Plannica reduces the planning cycle from days to minutes. It enhances and improves the decision making of production planners. CablePlan reduces the manual workload and releases the decision makers’ valuable time, enabling them to regain responsiveness and flexibility in the planning cycle.  CablePlan enables planners to increase their planning horizon, enables smarter optimization and allows planning considering multiple objectives.

Classified as: Mehmet Gumus
Published on: 19 Apr 2016

AuthorsGümüş, M.,  Gurnani, H., and Ray, S.  

PublicationManagement Science

Classified as: Saibal Ray, Mehmet Gumus, operations management, management science
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Published on: 23 Nov 2015

Authors: Gumus, M., Kaminsky, P., and Mathur, S.

Publication: International Journal of Production Research

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Published on: 30 Oct 2015
Authors: Nie, X., Boyacı, T., Gümüş, M., Ray, S., Zhang, D.
Publication: Annals of Operations Research

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Classified as: Saibal Ray, Tamer Boyaci, Mehmet Gumus
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Published on: 10 Apr 2015

Authors: Xiao Huang, Tamer Boyaci, Mehmet Gumus, Saibal Ray and Dan Zhang

Publication: Management Science 

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Classified as: Saibal Ray, Tamer Boyaci, Mehmet Gumus, management science
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Published on: 6 Feb 2015

Governments that fail to account for analysis of terrorists' personal information in allocating their defence budgets risk increased damage from terrorist attacks, new research from the Desautels Faculty of Management finds.
... Professor Mehmet Gumus and his PhD student Dr. Nikoofal find that there are two types of terrorists; either organised or unorganised. Organised terrorists observe the behaviours of governments and defence measures in place before they carry out an attack, while unorganised terrorists act without such planning.

Classified as: Mehmet Gumus, defence
Published on: 20 Jan 2015

Industry leaders have been reacting to the news that the US Congress has voted overwhelmingly in favor or reauthorizing the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act for six years. The vote stalled before Christmas after a senator objected but passed through both houses of Congress on Wednesday.
... Meanwhile an academic has warned that policies on protecting locations need to be more flexible. Professor Mehmet Gumus of Desautels Faculty of Management says that governments need to allow funds for analysis of terrorists’ behaviours.

Classified as: Research, Mehmet Gumus
Published on: 20 Jan 2015

Authors: Mohammad E. Nikoofal & Mehmet Gumus

Publication: IIE Transactions

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Published on: 7 Nov 2014

Author: Mehmet Gumus

Publication: Production and Operations Management

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Published on: 20 Nov 2013

Authors: Gumus, Mehmet; Ray, Saibal; Yin, Shuya

Publication: Marketing Science

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Classified as: Saibal Ray, Mehmet Gumus, operations management
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Published on: 27 Aug 2013

Authors: Gumus, Mehmet; Li, Shanling; Oh, Wonseok; Ray, Saibal

Publication: Production and Operations Management, July 2013

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Classified as: Saibal Ray, Mehmet Gumus, Shanling Li, operations management
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Published on: 8 Aug 2013

Authors: Gumus, Mehmet; Ray, Saibal; Gurnani, Haresh

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Published on: 5 Oct 2012