| 206 Engineering
600 W. 14th Street,
Rolla, MO 65409
||+1 573 341 72 56
||DR. DINCER KONUR
- August 2012 - Present: Assistant Professor,
Engineering Management and Systems Engineering (EMSE), Missouri
Science and Technology (Missouri S&T)
- August 2011 - July 2012: Post-doctoral Researcher,
Intermodal Freight Transportation Institute, University of Memphis
- PhD, Industrial and Systems
Engineering, University of Florida, May 2011
- MS, Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of
Florida , December 2009
- BS, Industrial Engineering, Bilkent University
(Ankara, Turkey), May 200
Dr. Dincer Konur is an Assistant
Professor at the Engineering Management and Systems Engineering
Department at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. He
holds a Ph.D. and an M.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from
the University of Florida and a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from
Bilkent University, Ankara Turkey. He has worked as a post-doctorate
research fellow at the Intermodal Freight Transportation Institute at
the University of Memphis.
His research interests
include applied operations research and game theory in the areas of:
His teaching interests are:
- Supply chain
management and logistics: sustainable logistics (integrated inventory
control and transportation decisions with environmental
considerations), freight logistics (cross-docking, scheduling, shipment
consolidation, fleet management), and competitive supply chains
(competitive facility location, pricing for competitive retailing).
Railroad safety (railroad-highway crossing safety, rail track
inspection scheduling), work zone safety (alternative signs for work
electric vehicles in transit (routing, charging, network design in
- System engineering:
System of systems architecting, military/defense systems,
- Operations Management and
Supply Chain Management
- Logistics, inventory control,
Research/Management Science and Decision Analysis
- Mathematical programming and
optimization (linear, integer, nonlinear, network models)
- Game theory
2017: Received Outstanding Professor Award as voted by the
graduate students at EMSE.
2017: A paper has been accepted to OMEGA.
2017: Elected as the President-Elect of the Logistics and Supply Chain
Division of IISE.
5, 2016: Received two 2nd runner-up awards in the best paper
(one in application and one in theoretical) of the 2016 Complex
Adaptive Systems Conference.
30, 2016: A paper has been
accepted to OMEGA.
Educational mini-grant is awarded by Center for Educational Research
and Teaching Innovation at Missouri S&T.
|April 18, 2016: Received the 2016 IIE ISERC Best Track
- Operations Research