Professor of engineering systems; co-director, Leaders for Global Operations (LGO) and the Systems Design and Management (SDM) programs
areas of expertise: supply chain management, green logistics, transportation systems analysis, logistics systems analysis, design of distribution/service systems, integrating inventory control and transportation costs inventory theory, location theory, production systems: design and control, scheduling and sequencing , e-commerce, revenue and yield management, operations research, optimization-based decision support systems, supply chain management, telecommunications networks: design and control , vehicle routing problems, engineering systems
David Simchi-Levi is an expert in supply chain management. He has consulted and collaborated extensively with private and public organizations.
He has co-authored three books on supply-chain management. His book Designing and Managing the Supply Chain (McGraw-Hill, 3rd edition, 2007) was selected by Business 2.0 as the “best source for slashing time and cost and increasing productivity in the supply chain.”
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