Department: Management Science Studies School: Management Campus: Old Westbury
Member of NYIT Since: 2013
Why work at NYIT?
Its location and global reputation. Moreover, it attracts students from around the world, offering more cross-cultural teaching opportunities.
I have always admired those school teachers and university professors who excelled at conveying their knowledge to me. I'm eager to share what I have learned along the way and to inspire those young, fresh minds so often found in academia.
Supply chain management
Simulation modeling and optimization
Real options analysis
Favorite tech gadget
Awards and fellowships
Winner of a 2012 Outstanding Doctoral Research Award in the category of logistics and supply chain management from Emerald Group Publishing and the European Foundation for Management Development.
Postdoctoral fellow at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management in Germany.
Ministry of Human Resource Development fellow awarded by the government of India for my M.Tech. and Ph.D. at Indian Institute of Technology.
Ph.D. dissertation shortlisted for the 2013 Doctoral Dissertation Award by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
"Multiple Sourcing Under Supplier Failure Risk and Quantity Discount: A Genetic Algorithm Approach" and "Sourcing Decisions Under Risks of Catastrophic Event Disruptions," Transportation Research Part E.
"Development of a Supplier Satisfaction Index Model," Journal of Industrial Management and Data Systems.
"Measuring Satisfaction in Buyer Supplier Relationships from Suppliers' Perspective, International Journal of Business Performance and Supply Chain Modeling.
In addition, I serve as an editorial board member and global advisor for three international journals and have participated as a reviewer for nearly two dozen top-notch journals in the area of operations and supply chain management.