- Desautels Faculty of Management
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- Angelos Georghiou
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- Juan Serpa
- Mehmet Gumus
- Morty Yalovsky
- Operations Management
- Saibal Ray
- Shanling Li
- Tamer Boyaci
- Vedat Verter
As Amazon hunts for a location for its second North American headquarters, Canada’s major cities are building their cases.
In a short interview with the McGill Media team, Desautels Professor Saibal Ray talks about the benefits that a Montreal Amazon office would bring in terms of jobs and indirect benefits to the city’s academic and research sectors....
Poets & Quants has released its inaugural 2017 Top Undergraduate Business Professors list, and on it is Desautels’ own Juan Camilo Serpa, Assistant Professor of Operations Management....
A piece at CNBM.net.cn quotes Desautels Professor Saibal Ray on how foreign workers in China can work smoothly with their Chinese counterparts....
Integrated fleet mix and routing decision for hazmat transportation: A developing country perspective
Authors: Anand Kumar, Debjit Roy, Vedat Verter and Dheeraj Sharma
Publication: European Journal of Operational Research, Forthcoming
Authors: Saied Samiedaluie, Beste Kucukyazici, Vedat Verter, Dan Zhang
Publication: Operations Journal
According to the Globe and Mail, times are good for UK-based bath-bomb producer Lush. Right now, all of its North American stores are supplied from two Canadian production centres, but as business picks up in the southern US, the company is looking at opening a US factory to supply that market; since Lush is all about sustainable, preservative-free products, it needs a production facility to be near a given area’s retailers....
Congratulations to Professor Juan Serpa and Professor Sujata Madan who have been selected as the recipients of the 2016-17 Desautels Faculty Teaching Award for Undergraduate and Graduate teaching, respectively....
Juan Serpa, Assistant Professor in Operations Management was recently awarded a 2017 FRQSC New Academics Grant for his project "Estimation de la relation entre la qualité du produit et la proximité de la chaîne d'approvisement"....
Authors: Mohammad E. Nikoofal, Mehmet Gümüş
Publication: Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Forthcoming
Authors: Anna Graber-Naidich, Michael W. Cartera, Vedat Verter
Publication: European Journal of Operational Research, Volume 258, Issue 3, 1 May 2017, Pages 1143–1155
Evaluating the role of simulation in healthcare innovation: recommendations of the Simnovate Medical Technologies Domain Group
Authors: Madani, A., Gallix, B., Pugh, C.M., Azagury, D., Bradley, P., Fowler, D., Hannaford, B., Macdonald, S...
Authors: Bertsimas, D., Georghiou, A.
Publication: Mathematical Programming
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....
Facility Location and Capacity Acquisition under Carbon Tax and Emissions Limits: To Centralize or To Decentralize?
Authors: Turken, N., Carrillo, J., Verter, V.
Publication: International Journal of Production Economics
A team of Desautels undergraduate researchers from a business statistics class taught by Assistant Professor Juan Camilo Serpa examined data from online film sites like IMDB and Rotten Tomatoes, plus box-office sales, to come up with a picture of just what it is that makes a movie successful. The team studied elements like star power, ratings and budget to determine the most influential factor....