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					                                 RICKI G. INGALLS

EDUCATION
   May, 1999                               The University of Texas at Austin                               Austin, TX
   Doctor of Philosophy – Management Science (Finance/Operations Research)
   December, 1984                           Texas A&M University                                College Station, TX
   Master of Science – Industrial Engineering (Mathematics)
   May, 1982                               East Texas Baptist College                                   Marshall, TX
   Bachelor of Science – Mathematics (English)

WORK EXPERIENCE

   2000-Present                               Oklahoma State University                              Stillwater, OK
   Associate Professor, School of Industrial Engineering and Management
   Director of the Center for Engineering Logistics and Distribution (CELDi). CELDi is a six-university National
   Science Foundation center with the University of Arkansas, the University of Louisville, Oklahoma State University,
   the University of Oklahoma, the University of Florida and Lehigh University. CELDi currently has over 25 member
   companies from across the United States. OSU is sponsored by six members: The Oklahoma Department of
   Transportation, Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center, the Defense Ammunitions Center, ConocoPhillips, Smith Tool,
   and Halliburton.
   Appointed to the University Planning Council – one of three faculty from OSU-Stillwater to be appointed, 2004.
   Received tenure in 2004.
   Recipient of award in OSU’s Distinguished Faculty Recognition Program, 2003.
   Appointed member of Governor’s EDGE (Economic Development Generating Excellence) Task Force,
   Infrastructure and Logistics Expert Panel, 2003.
   Commendation from the Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce for “distinguished service” for logistics expertise on the
   Boeing-Oklahoma project, 2003.
   Research in the areas of Supply Chain Strategy, Supply Chain Modeling and Qualitative Discrete-Event Simulation.
   Secured $1,330,000 as principal investigator ($1,087,000 for OSU) and an additional $99,900 as co-principal
   investigator in funded research since 2001.
   Publications in the areas of Qualitative Discrete-Event Simulation, The Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chains, and Control-
   Based Forecasting and Project Scheduling.
   Developed two new courses, Supply Chain Strategy and Supply Chain Modeling, which have become the key courses
   in the new Supply Chain emphasis at OSU. This course combination, with the emphasis on Supply Chain Modeling, is
   unique. Also teaching in the areas of Production Control, Linear Optimization, Non-Linear Optimization, and
   Simulation.
   Currently advising 3 Ph.D. Students and co-advising 1 Ph.D. student.

   1995–2000                               Compaq Computer Corporation                               Houston, TX
   Manager, Supply Chain Modeling, Global Integrated Logistics
   Managed a group of Operations Research Professionals who provided analytical consulting internal to Compaq and
   external to other corporations reporting to the Vice-President of Global Integrated Logistics.
   Designer and Project Manager for the Compaq Supply Chain Analysis Tool, a discrete-event simulation tool that
   allows the building of complex supply chains for analysis. CSCAT has the ability to model the dynamics of entire
   market segments, including other companies and the complete financials of each of the companies in the model. This
   model has been used to make substantial financial gains in the supply chain.

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Supply Chain expertise exhibited by creating supply chain simulation models, which included complete corporate
financial information, including P&L and ROIC/EVA.
Implemented statistical forecasting rules in Compaq’s global supply planning system. Proper implementation will cut
the planning needs of the corporation by approximately 75%.
Supply chain analysis of Compaq internal supply chain and key OEM supply chains, such as monitors and portables.
Analysis has cut supply chain costs by 20%. Supply chain analysis of Compaq Canada distribution for all products in
Canada. Cut non-material costs by over 15% and total costs by 1.5%.
Manufacturing Strategy Manager, Manufacturing Strategy Group
Primary responsibility for creating the Compaq World-Wide Manufacturing Strategic Plans, including a plan by quarter
for two years, and an annual plan for 5 years. This plan serves as the blueprint for Compaq Manufacturing, in that all
major deployment, capital purchase, and direct labor personnel decisions were determined in the plan.
Primary involvement in the development of Compaq World-Wide CPU, PCA, and Options manufacturing strategies.
Developed and deployed other models throughout the corporation, including models for optimal capital utilization,
optimal material positioning and capital positioning.
Interaction with senior Compaq executives, including negotiating during the long-range planning process, site visits for
a better understanding of Compaq world-wide business needs, and playing the role of advocate for off-site Vice-
Presidents.
Granted bonuses and stock options from 1996-1999 as part of the Compaq Management Incentive Program.

1992–1995                                SEMATECH                                                 Austin, TX
Technical Staff, Operational Modeling Group
Responsibilities included technical and managerial contributions to the Manufacturing Enterprise Model, Future
Factory Modeling, the Cost/Resource Model and the Semiconductor Workbench for Integrated Modeling.
Project Manager: Manufacturing Enterprise Model – MEM is a global strategic planning system developed for the
semiconductor industry. Project was on time and on budget. MEM was customized and rolled-out to all Motorola
Semiconductor sites world-wide. IBM also implemented a version of MEM.
Technical Project Manager: Future Factory Modeling and Analysis – Assisted the project manager, Dr. John Fowler,
with all aspects of project management. The project included development of the Manufacturing Enterprise Model, the
Factory Layout/Relayout Tool (FLRT), the Measurement and Improvement of Manufacturing Capacity (MIMAC)
project, Automatic Model Linking and Multi-Model Optimization Project.
Project Manager: Cost/Resource Model (CRM) – Responsible for the support and planning of the Cost/Resource
Model. Developed and taught the CRM training course. Developed the first long-term strategy for the model.

1988–1992                                Compaq Computer Corporation                                     Houston, TX
Manager, Operations Analysis, CPU Business Planning Group; Manager, Manufacturing Simulation/Analysis, Manufacturing
Technology Group; Supervisor, Manufacturing Software/Analysis, Manufacturing Technology Group; Manu facturing Engineer
III, Manufacturing Technology Group
Responsibilities in the disciplines of simulation modeling, operations research, scheduling, factory control software,
capacity and long range planning. Contributions as an individual contributor, personnel manager, project manager, and
manager of sub-contractors. Major projects included Compaq Production Scheduling System (CPSS), World-Wide
Supply Planning System (WSPS), simulation and analysis of four proposed facilities and two existing facilities,
implementation of the four facilities, personal computer (PC) and programmable logic controller (PLC) software
development and maintenance for new and existing facilities.

1988                                    University of Virginia                               Charlottesville, VA
Adjunct Professor, Systems Engineering Department
Developed and taught the Junior level Systems Engineering course on simulation. Class had 70-75 students, a teaching
assistant and two graders.

1985-1988                              General Electric Company                                  Charlottesville, VA
   Consulting Engineer, Electronics Automation Application Center
   Manufacturing facility analysis using discrete event simulation along with applying operations research techniques to
   manufacturing problems. Accomplishments included: (1) The redesign and management of the programming of the
   Facility Analysis and Simulation Technique (FAST). FAST was used in every EAAC consulting contract for analysis of
   the current and any proposed manufacturing systems. (2) Developing approximation methods to non-integer server
   queuing systems for production analysis purposes. (3) Development and analysis of several facilities, both existing and
   proposed, using SIMAN and CINEMA. This list includes two facilities inside of GE, two General Dynamics facilities
   and Chrysler Electronics City in Huntsville, Alabama.

   1984-1985                                 Motorola, Inc.                                               Ft. Worth, TX
   Industrial Engineer, Communications Sector
   Involved with the simulation of proposed and existing manufacturing systems of the Ft. Worth facility. Also had
   responsibility for auto insertion areas including capacity planning and implementation of additional equipment.

AWARDS AND COMMENDAT IONS
   Oklahoma State University Distinguished Faculty Recognition Program, 2003.
   Distinguished Service Commendation - Oklahoma Secretary of Commerce, 2003.

PH.D. DISSERTATION
    Ingalls, R. G., Qualitative Simulation Graph Methodology and Implementation, The University of Texas at
        Austin, Austin, TX, 1999.

MASTER’S THESIS
    Ingalls, R. G., The Use of a Simulation Model to Test Scheduling Techniques for Flexible Manufacturing
        Systems, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 1984.

PUBLICATIONS EDITED
    Ingalls, R. G., M. Rossetti, B. Peters and J. Smith, Proceedings of the 2004 Winter Simulation Conference.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
    Sehwail, L., and R. G. Ingalls, Critical Success Factors for Online Marketplaces, To be published in International
        Journal of Service and Operations Management.
    Ingalls, R.G., B.L. Foote and A. Krishnamoorthy, Reducing The Bullwhip Effect In Supply Chains With
        Control-Based Forecasting, To be published in International Journal Of Simulation and Process Modelling.
    Ingalls, R.G. and D.J. Morrice, PERT Scheduling With Resource Constraints Using Qualitative Simulation
        Graphs, Project Management Journal, Vol. 35, No. 3 (September 2004), pp. 5-14.
    Ingalls, R. G., and B.L. Foote, 2003. Control-Based Life Cycle Forecasting. IEEE Transactions on Electronics
        Packaging Manufacturing. Vol. 26, No. 1, (January 2003)
    Ingalls, R. G., D. J. Morrice, E. Yücesan, A. B. Whinston. Execution Conditions: a Formalization of Event
        Cancellation in Simulation Graphs. INFORMS Journal on Computing, Vol. 15, No. 3 (Fall 2003).
    Ingalls, R. G., D. J. Morrice, A. B. Whinston. The Implementation of Temporal Intervals in Qualitative
          Simulation Graphs, ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation, Vol. 10, No. 3 (July 2000), pp.
          215-240.

JOURNAL SUBMISSIONS UNDER REVIEW
    Sehwail, L., and R.G. Ingalls, The Effect of e-Logistics on the Logistics Marketplace, Submitted to Integrated
        Manufacturing Systems.
    Sehwail, L., and R.G. Ingalls, E-Procurement: The Present and The Future, Submitted to Supply Chain
        Management: An International Journal.

WORKING PAPERS TO BE SUBMITTED TO JOURNALS
   Ingalls, R.G. and D. J. Morrice, Defining the Boundaries of the Feasible Region of a Discrete-Event Simulation.
   Ingalls, R. G., A. Krishnamoorthy, and R. Veliyanallore. Fleet Optimization in Production Enhancement
         Operations.
       Ingalls, R.G., Optimal Supply Chain Strategic Inventory Positioning for Serial Supply Chains.
       Ingalls, R.G. and R. Veliyanallore, Efficient Labor Planning for Volatile and Cyclical Customer Demand
       Ingalls, R.G., Reconfiguring Compaq’s Canadian Distribution Network.
       Ingalls, R. G., D. J. Morrice, A. B. Whinston. Alternative Thread Scoring Methods in Qualitative Simulation
             Graphs.
       Ingalls, R. G., D. J. Morrice, and A. B. Whinston. A Qualitative Framework for Discrete Event Simulation.

FUNDED RESEARCH
    Director/Co-Principal Investigator, Collaborative: Center for Engineering Logistics and Distribution, Sponsor:
         National Science Foundation, 2002-2007, $250,000.
    Principal Investigator, Fleet and Chemical Optimization for Oilfield Production Enhancement Services – Phase
         3, 2005, $140,000 (additional funds)
    Principal Investigator, Optimization and Simulation of Equipment Deployment in the Production
         Enhancement Supply Chain, 2005, $75,000
    Principal Investigator, Labor Planning Model for Uncertain Demand, Sponsor: Crane Naval Surface Warfare
         Center and The University of Louisville, $5,000.
    Principal Investigator, Freight Movement Model Development for Oklahoma – Phase 3, Sponsor: Oklahoma
         Transportation Center, 2004-2005, $200,000 (OSU: $100,000)
    Principal Investigator, Fleet and Chemical Optimization for Oilfield Production Enhancement Services – Phase
         2, Sponsor: Halliburton, 2004, $85,000 (additional funds)
    Principal Investigator, Fleet Optimization for Oilfield Production Enhancement Services, Sponsor: Halliburton,
         2004, $50,000
    Principal Investigator, Fleet and Chemical Optimization for Oilfield Production Enhancement Services – Phase
         1, Sponsor: Halliburton, 2004, $60,000
    Principal Investigator, Freight Movement Model Development for Oklahoma – Phase 3, Sponsor: Oklahoma
         Transportation Center, 2003-2004, $184,000 (OSU: $92,000)
    Principal Investigator, Freight Movement Model Development For Oklahoma – Phase 2, Sponsor: Oklahoma
         Transportation Center, 2003, $102,000 (OSU: $51,000)
    Principal Investigator, Success Factors in eProcurement and eTrading in the Petroleum Industry (additional
         funds), Sponsor: ConocoPhillips, 2003, $21,000.
    Principal Investigator, Manufacturing and Distribution Strategies for Volatile and Cyclical Customer Demand,
         Sponsor: Smith Tool, 2002-2003, $50,000.
    Principal Investigator, Freight Movement Model Development For Oklahoma – Phase 1, Sponsor: Oklahoma
         Transportation Center, 2002, $42,000
    Principal Investigator, Success Factors in eProcurement and eTrading in the Petroleum Industry, Sponsor:
         Phillips Petroleum, 2002, $50,000.
    Co-Principal Investigator, Supportability Study for the ACE-IDS System; Funded by the FAA Aeronautical
         Center, 2001, $99,990
    Principal Investigator, Health Monitor for Automation, Funded by the Monitor and Control Engineering
         Center (MCEC), 2001-2002, $16,000.

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
    Mahajan, P., and R. G. Ingalls, Evaluation of Methods Used to Detect Warm-Up Period in Steady State
          Simulation, Proceedings of the 2004 Winter Simulation Conference, Washington, D.C., December, 2004.
    Sehwail, L. and R. G. Ingalls, The Truth about Online Reverse Auctions, Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial
          Engineering Research Conference, Houston, Texas, May 2004.
    Sehwail, L. and R. G. Ingalls, Modeling the Value Proposition of the E-Marketplace vs. Direct Connection,
          Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Houston, Texas, May 2004.
    Krishnamoorithy, A., M. Kamath, R. G. Ingalls, Development of a Framework for Supply Chain Research,
          Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Houston, Texas, May 2004.
    Helal, A., K. Wegley, and R. G. Ingalls, Inventory Lot Sizing Techniques for the Semiconductor and
          Pharmaceutical Industries, Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Houston, Texas,
          May 2004.
    Shen, G., P. S. Pulat, N. Kumar, R. G. Ingalls, M. Kamath, Y. Leow, K. Ayodhiramanujan, A Regional Freight
      Movement Model: Concepts and Formulations, Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering Research
      Conference, Houston, Texas, May 2004.
Kumar, N., P. S. Pulat, G. Shen, M. Kamath, R. G. Ingalls, Database and Software Modeling in Freight
      Planning, Proceedings of the 2004 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Houston, Texas, May 2004.
Brunner, D.T., J.O. Hendrickson, R.G. Ingalls, M.S. Mannivannan, B.L. Nelson and C. Schiess, The Future of
      The Winter Simulation Conference, Panel Discussion. Proceedings of the 2003 Winter Simulation Conference,
      New Orleans, Louisiana, December 7-10, 2003.
Ingalls, R.G. and B.L. Foote, Reducing The Bullwhip Effect In Supply Chains With Control-Based Forecasting,
      Proceedings of the 2003 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Portland, Oregon, May 18-20, 2003.
Ingalls, R.G., Optimal Supply Chain Strategic Inventory Positioning for Serial Supply Chains. Proceedings of the
      2003 Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Portland, Oregon, May 18-20, 2003.
Sehwail, L., H. Govind, R.G. Ingalls, Success Factors for e-Procurement Marketplaces. Proceedings of the 2003
      Industrial Engineering Research Conference, Portland, Oregon, May 18-20, 2003.
Ingalls, R.G., Introduction to Simulation. Proceedings of the 2002 Winter Simulation Conference, San Diego, California,
      Dec. 8-11, 2002.
Ingalls, R.G., Introduction to Simulation. In: Peters, B.A., Smith, J. S., Medeiros, D.J., Rohrer, M.W., (eds)
      Proceedings of the 2001 Winter Simulation Conference, Dec. 9-12, 2001, Arlington, Virginia, pp. 7-16.
Ingalls, R.G., J.N. Nazemetz, Designing The Support Logistics For The FAA ACE-IDS System. In: Peters,
      B.A., Smith, J. S., Medeiros, D.J., Rohrer, M.W., (eds) Proceedings of the 2001 Winter Simulation Conference,
      Dec. 9-12, 2001, Arlington, Virginia, pp. 1117-1122.
Ingalls, R.G. D.J. Morrice. PERT Scheduling With Resources Using Qualitative Simulation Graphs. In: Joines,
      J.A., Barton, R.R., Kang, K., Fishwick, P.A., (eds) Proceedings of the 2000 Winter Simulation Conference, Dec.
      10-13, 2000, Orlando, Florida, pp. 362-370.
Ingalls, R.G, C. Kasales. CSCAT: Compaq Supply Chain Analysis Tool. In: Farrington, P.A., Nembhard, H.B.,
      Sturrock, D.T., Evans, G.W., (eds) Proceedings of the 1999 Winter Simulation Conference, Dec. 5-8, 1999,
      Phoenix, Arizona, pp. 1201-1206.
Ingalls, R.G., Banks, J. (Chair). What Does Industry Need From Simulation Vendors in Y2K And After: A
      Panel Discussion. In: Farrington, P.A., Nembhard, H.B., Sturrock, D.T., Evans, G.W., (eds) Proceedings of
      the 1999 Winter Simulation Conference, Dec. 5-8, 1999, Phoenix, Arizona, pp. 1501-1508.
Ingalls, R.G. The Value of Simulation in Modeling Supply Chains. In: Medeiros, D.J., Watson, E.F., Carson, J.S.,
      Manivannan, M.S., (eds) Proceedings of the 1998 Winter Simulation Conference, Dec. 13-16, 1998, Washington
      DC, pp. 1371-1375.
Ingalls, R.G. The Future of Simulation: A Panel Discussion. AutoFact ’98 Conference Proceedings, Sept. 28 - Oct 1,
    1998, Detroit, Michigan.
Ingalls, R. G., D. J. Morrice, and A. B. Whinston. Eliminating Canceling Edges from the Simulation Graph
      Model Methodology. In: Charnes, J.M., Morrice, D.J., Brunner, D.T., Swain, J.J., (eds) Proceedings of the 1996
      Winter Simulation Conference, Dec. 8-11, 1996, Coronado, California, pp.825-832.
Padillo, J.M., R.G. Ingalls, S. Brown, 1995. A Strategic Decision Support System for Supply Network Design
      and Management in the Semiconductor Industry. In 17th Annual Conference on Computers and Industrial
      Engineering.
Ingalls, R. G., D. J. Morrice, and A. B. Whinston. Interval Time Clock Implementation for Qualitative Event
      Graphs. In: Tew, J.D., Manivannan, S., Sadowski, D.A., Seila, A.F., (eds) Proceedings of the 1994 Winter
      Simulation Conference, pp. 574-580.
Ingalls, R. G., D. J. Morrice, and A. B. Whinston. Simulation with Interval Time Specification. In Proceedings of
      the 1994 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics. Humans, Information and Technology, Vol.
      1, pp. 237-242.
Ingalls, R. G., D. J. Morrice, and A. B. Whinston. Qualitative Discrete Event Simulation Using Event Graphs.
      In Proceedings of the 1994 European Simulation Multiconference, June 1-3, 1994, Barcelona, Spain, pp. 1057-1059.
Ingalls, R.G., 1993. An Extension to Object-Oriented Programming to Facilitate Object-Oriented Modeling.
      SEMATECH Operational Modeling Workshop.
Ingalls, R.G., C. Eckersley, 1993. Simulation Issues in Electronics Manufacturing. In Proceedings of the First Annual
      Border Conference on Manufacturing and the Environment.
Ingalls, R.G., C. Eckersley, 1992. Simulation Issues in Electronics Manufacturing. In Proceedings of the 1992 Winter
      Simulation Conference.
      Trybula, W.J., R.G. Ingalls, 1992. Evaluation of Five Different Scheduling Criteria. In Proceedings of the 1992
            Production and Operations Management Society.
      Ingalls, R.G., 1991. Simulation as a Scheduling Tool? A Panel Discussion. In Proceedings of the 1991 Winter
            Simulation Conference.
      Ingalls, R.G., J.D. D’Antoni, 1991. Compaq Production Scheduling System. In Proceedings of the IIE Computer
            Integrated Manufacturing Conference.
      Ingalls, R.G., 1987. Simulation of the GE Genius I/O Production System. GE-RCA Annual Simulation
            Symposium.
      Ingalls, R.G., 1986. Automatic Model Generation. In: Wilson, J.R. (ed) Proceedings of the 1986 Winter Simulation
            Conference, Dec. 8-10, 1986, Washington DC.
      Trybula, W.J., R.G. Ingalls, 1986. Employing Simulation for Scheduling Evaluation. GE Simulation Symposium.
      Trybula, W.J. R.G. Ingalls, W.K. Kyle, D.L. Greer, 1986. Tools for Automation. GOSAM Symposium.
      Ingalls, R.G., R.E. Shannon, 1986. Simulation of Flexible Manufacturing Systems on Microcomputers. In Society
            for Computer Simulation Multiconference.
      Trybula, W.J., R.G. Ingalls, 1985. Simulation of Hybrid Automation. ISHM ’85, pp. 183-188, 1985, Anaheim,
            CA.
      Ingalls, R.G., 1985. User-Friendly Simulation. GE-IBM Annual Simulation Symposium, 1985

TECHNICAL REPORTS
    Ingalls, R.G., M. Kamath, G. Shen, P. S. Pulat, 2002, Freight Movement Model for Oklahoma: A Proposal for
          the Development of a Freight Movement Model for Oklahoma, Oklahoma Transportation Center, Center
          for Engineering Logistics and Distribution
    Ingalls, R.G., 1993. Operational Model Assessment – Phase I. SEMATECH Tech Transfer Document
          93061708-TR.

PRESENTATIONS/CHAIRE D SESSIONS
    Invited Lecturer, Supply Chain Management Course, Oklahoma State University College of Business, Fall, 2000.
    Presentation, Ingalls, R.G. and B. Kulick, CSCAT: The Compaq Supply Chain Analysis Tool, Simulation Solutions
          Conference, Hilton Head Island, SC, March, 2000
    Invited Speaker, North American Monitor Distribution Study using GSCM, Insight User’s Group Meeting, Bend,
          OR, March, 2000.
    Invited Lecturer, Graduate Simulation Course, University of Texas at Austin, Spring, 2000.
    Invited Lecturer, Simulation Course, Oklahoma State University, Spring, 2000.
    Invited Speaker, Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, December, 1999.
    Invited Speaker, Ph.D. Colloquium, Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, Arizona, December, 1999.
    Invited Speaker, Supply Chain Simulation, CASA/SME Technical Forum on Supply Chain Management,
          Indianapolis, Indiana, October, 1999
    Invited Speaker, Supply Chain Simulation, Supply Chain Expo ’99, Baltimore, MD, September, 1999.
    Invited Lecturer, Supply Chain Management Course, University of Texas at Austin, Fall, 1998
    Invited Lecturer, Manufacturing Strategy Course, Texas A&M University, Fall, 1998
    Invited Speaker, A Simulation Overview, Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center Lecture Series, Houston, TX,
          October, 1997
    Invited Speaker, Manufacturing Strategy at Compaq, Motorola Symposium on Enterprise Modeling,
          Schamburg, IL, August, 1997.
    Session Chair, Modeling Complex Material Handling Systems, Winter Simulation Conference, Phoenix, AZ,
          December, 1991.
    Session Chair, Simulation in the Electronics Industry, Winter Simulation Conference, New Orleans, LA, December,
          1990.
    Invited Speaker, ORSA/TIMS Annual Joint Conference, Dallas, TX, December, 1984.

IN-KIND DONATIONS
     i2 Technologies – Supply Chain Strategist and Transportation Manager – 60 seat license at $150,000 per seat for
           a $9,000,000 in-kind donation
     Insight Corporation – SAILS - value $120,000 per copy, 25 copies for a value of $3,000,000. (We currently have
            unlimited use license for research and restricted (full-version) licenses for classroom teaching –
            approximately 25 copies).

STUDENT ADVISING
    Ph.D. Students (Advisor)
    Loay Sehwail, Yen-Ping Leow, Rajesh Veliyanallore

       Ph.D. Students (Co-Advisor)
       Sherri Shearon Avery, Qualitative Optimization: Development Of A Methodology For Determining The
            Shortest Path Of A Network With Interval-Valued Arc Lengths, December 2003.
       Ananth Krishnamoorthy

       M.S. Students – Thesis (Advisor)
       Shreyas Bhat, Strategic Positioning Of Inventory In Supply Chain Models, May 2002
       Nitin Agrawal, Breadth First Algorithm For Qualitative Discrete Event Simulation, December 2003.
       Prasad Mahajan, Analysis Of Methods For Determining Warm-Up Length For Steady State Simulation, May
             2004.

       M.S. Students – Creative Component
       Loay Sehwail, E-Supply Chain: Procurement And Logistics In The Internet Economy, May, 2001
       Ajay Athale, UPS Letter Center Analysis, May, 2002
       Babla Bogam, Study of Demand Forecasting Techniques and Development of an Object-Oriented Visual C++
            Demand Forecasting Application Creative Component, August, 2002
       Maya Cariyappa, Product Life Cycle Management Review, August, 2002
       Abhijit H. Hora , Developing Discrete-Event Simulation Programs: Issues and Methodologies, December, 2002
       Hitesh Govind, B2B Marketplaces: Concepts, December, 2002
       Srikant Vinakota and Prashant Bele, Optimal Vehicle Routing for the Western Oklahoma City Region,
            December, 2002
       Hariharan Balasubramanian, Study Of Agility In Supply Chains, May, 2003
       Handi Hariyono, Global Sourcing: An Analysis, December 2003.
       Akram Helal, Examining the Direct Model with Sustaining and Disruptive Technologies, May 2004.

CONSULTING
    Halliburton Technology Center, Duncan, OK – Various business modeling projects, 2002-present.
    Frito-Lay Corporate Operations, Plano, TX – Develop scheduling algorithm for plants, 2002.
    JoeAuto.com, The Woodlands, TX – Advising on Supply Chain and related business issues for the growth
          phase of a nationwide service business, 2001.
    PELCO, Edmond, OK. – Evaluation of their Manufacturing Control System, 2001.
    Brivo Systems, Inc., Arlington, VA. – Designing the logistics network for the startup of Brivo’s new product
         nationwide launch, 2000.

QUOTED IN THE PRESS
   Andel, Tom, Get it Right Before Its Real, Material Handling Engineering, July, 1999, Vol. 54 issue 7, pp. 55-61.

SERVICE
    Oklahoma State University Planning Council, 2004 - present.
    Proceedings Editor, Proceedings of the 2004 Winter Simulation Conference.
    Expert Panel Member (Governor’s Appointment), Oklahoma’s Economic Development Generating Excellence
         (EDGE) Program, Infrastructure and Logistics Committee, 2003.
    Boeing-Oklahoma Logistics Team, Oklahoma Department of Commerce, 2003.
    Industry Advisory Board, North Harris Montgomery Community College District Engineering Programs.
    Industry Advisory Board, Texas A&M University Life Cycle Engineering/Operations Management Program.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS HIPS
Institute of Industrial Engineers, Supply Chain Council

				
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