The Operations Management Laboratory seeks to advance the understanding of the impact of key players’ decision-making processes on the design, pricing, and management of products and services in supply-chain management. Theories and methodologies in both operations research and microeconomics, such as stochastic processes, optimization, and game theory, are used. Research topics include accelerating the implementation of carbon-capture and storage (CCS) technology through the design of economic incentives and optimal service contracts among participants of CCS networks; improving the performance of primary healthcare services through stochastic scheduling and optimal capacity allocation among reserved and urgent patients; and examining the economic and environmental implications of adopting additive manufacturing technology in the retail and supply chain.
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