Supply Chain Management
Ph.D., University of Montreal, 1998; M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1993; M.S., The University of Alabama, 1991; B.S., The University of Alabama, 1989.
Mohan, S., M. Gopalakrishnan, and A. Chandrashekar, "Multi-Item Economic Order Quantity Model with Permissible Delay in Payments and a Budgetary Constraint." Target Journal - Journal of the Operational Research Society.
Mohan, S., M. Gopalakrishnan, A. Chandrashekar, and H. Balasubramanian, "Estimating Project Activity times with Limited Information." Target journal - Computers & Operations Research.
Gopalakrishnan, M. and S. Mohan, "A Generic Model and Heuristic for Allocating Flexible, Part-time Workers." Target Journal - Computers and Industrial Engineering.
Arizona State University: 1999-present. Previous Appointments: Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Career and Recent Professional Awards; Teaching Award
Univsersity of Montreal: Dept. of Informatique and Recherche Operationnelle Scholarship, 1996-1998; FCAR Doctoral Scholarship, 1994-1996; University of Alabama, Graduate Council Research Fellowship, 1990-1991.
Ad Hoc Reviewer: Internation Journal of Production Planning and Control, 2004; Journal of Operations Management, 2003.
Mohan, S. and D.M. Miller, "A simulation analysis to Reduce shipping Area congestion in a Pharmaceutical Distribution Center," Accepted with editorial corrections in the International Journal of Industrial Engineering.
Gopalakrishnan, M., S. Mohan, and Z. He, "A Tabu Search Heuristic for a Class of Maintenance Scheduling Problems," Computers and Industrial Engineering, Vol. 40, 149-160, 2001.
Gopalakrishnan, M., D. Ke, J-M. Bourjolly, and S. Mohan, "A Tabu Search Heuristic for the Capacitated Lot Sizing Problem with Setup Time and Setup Carryover," Management Science, Vol. 47, 851-863, 2001.
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SCM 300 - Global Supply Operations
Resources and information to create and deliver products globally. Interfirm systems and industry supply chains. Customer, producer, and employee perspectives.
SCM 315 - Business Decision Models
Introduces quantitative tools used to aid management decision making.