Transportation & Logistics

Transportation & Logistics focuses on transport economics and policy analysis as well as logistics and supply chain management.


Faculty Members

Name Research Interests
Gillen, David aviation, airports, ATC, international aviation, urban transportation, supply chain, Transportation studies
Granot, Daniel Game Theory and Application, Discrete Optimization, Operations Management
Granot, Frieda Integer Programming, Network Flows, Combinatorial Optimization, Applications of Operations Research, Applications of Game Theory to Cost Allocation
Huh, Woonghee Tim Inventory control, supply chain management, capacity planning, operations research
Kim, Michael Dynamic Programming, Statistical Learning, Robust Optimization, Exploration vs Exploitation Trade-offs
Krishnan, Harish Management; Incentive distortions in supply chains; Contracts and supply chains; Supply chain management; Operations management
Lindsey, Charles Economic Policies; Transportation Systems; Traffic congestion; Road pricing; Financing transportation infrastructure; Public transit; Advanced traveler information systems; Queuing; Parking policy; climate change
McCormick, S Thomas Combinatorial optimization, network flows, operations management, computational complexity
Nagarajan, Mahesh Supply chain management, applied game theory, inventory management
Shechter, Steven Opertaions and logistics
Zhang, Hao Stochastic games, dynamic principal-agent problems; Information asymmetry and incentive problems in operations management; Supply-chain management, revenue management; Partially observable Markov decision processes, machine learning, reinforcement learning
Zhang, Anming transport economics and policy; air cargo logistics, Transport economics and policy, air cargo logistics, industrial organization


Kun Wang

Doctor of Philosophy in Business Administration in Transportation and Logistics (PhD)