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New ideas and new tools are born in the robust research environment supported by the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute. Solutions and improvements produced by researchers provide businesses with the high level of competitiveness that is critical to their success in the marketplace both at home and overseas.
Thousands of logistics and supply chain management professionals have advanced their knowledge—and their companies’ profitability—with the education they obtained through the courses and graduate degree programs offered through the Supply Chain & Logistics Institute and Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.
Doug Bodner is a part-time instructor in the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering and principal research engineer with the Institute for People and Technology, where he leads a research program focusing on computational analysis and decision support for design, operation and transformation of systems and enterprises. This work combines systems engineering, operations research and interactive computing to seek novel solutions to large-scale problems such as cost-performance trade-offs in complex system design and development, efficient logistics for installation of wind energy farms, and counter-measures for mitigating adverse effects from counterfeit parts in supply chains.
Funded by variety of government agencies and companies, including the National Science Foundation, Department of Defense, GE Energy and Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, his research has spanned a number of industries, including aerospace and defense, automotive, electronics, energy, health care, paper, semiconductors and telecommunications.
He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE), and is a member of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) and the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS). He holds a Ph.D. from Georgia Institute of Technology and also is a registered professional engineer in Georgia.
Computational Analysis and Decision Support for Design
Operation and Transformation of Systems and Enterprises
Georgia Tech Supply Chain and
H. Milton Stewart School of
Industrial & Systems Engineering
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