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Ozden Engin Cakici Assistant Professor Info Technology & Analytics

B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Minor in Mechanical Engineering (Production), Middle East Technical University, Ankara, TURKEY; M.B.A., Bogazici University, Istanbul, TURKEY; M.S. in Management Science and Ph.D. in Operations Management, University of Rochester, New York, USA.

Languages Spoken
Turkish, English, Intermediate German
Professor Ozden Engin Cakici studies operations management with a focus on healthcare services, supply chain management and economics of information technology. His research methodology includes stochastic modeling, optimization, inventory theory, business analytics, applied queuing theory and applied game theory. His healthcare research focuses on healthcare system response to demand management and economic incentives in healthcare as well as inventory policy and information technology choices for managing medical item inventories. His supply chain research focuses on developing exact and approximate inventory policies as well as procurement and distribution of goods. His research has been accepted to Manufacturing and Service Operations Management and published in Decision Sciences, Decision Support Systems and HICSS. Professor Cakici teaches undergraduate level operations management and graduate level statistics courses. He received the prestigious Kogod Faculty Award for Outstanding Teaching from Kogod School of Business and Dean’s Honor Roll for Outstanding Teaching from Carol G. Simon Graduate School of Business. Professor Cakici received his doctorate from Carol G. Simon Graduate School of Business at University of Rochester in 2012.
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