Bosch Professor of Operations Management, Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
Professor Kekre has taught in the Lockheed Martin Management Strategies Program and the Senior Leadership Development Program and has conducted field studies with companies such as Caterpillar, IBM, Ford, GM, and Heinz on managerial issues that examine the interface between operations and areas such as marketing, accounting, information systems and engineering design.
Associate Professor of Marketing, Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business, School of Computer Science, Center for Automated Learning & Discovery
Dr. Montgomery’s fields of interest and research include application of consumer behavior models to intelligent computer agents, predictive models of browsing behavior using clickstream data, analysis of clickstream data, internet marketing, data mining using point-of-purchase retailer datasets, micro-marketing, pricing strategies, marketing decision support systems, time series analysis, Bayesian statistics and electronic commerce.
Carnegie Bosch Professor of Operations Research and Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
R. Ravi's main research interests are in algorithms for combinatorial optimization, and their applications in the intersection of business and technology. He developed a new MBA class on customer-centric marketing and how to accomplish this using optimization methods on large data sets.
Operations Management, Carnegie Mellon University, Graduate School of Industrial Administration
Professor Scheller-Wolf’s research focuses on stochastic (random) processes, and how they can be used to estimate and improve the performance of manufacturing and service systems. His earliest work, with Karl Sigman at Columbia, dealt with the performance of multi-server queueing systems ¬such as computer or telecommunication networks. Professor Scheller-Wolf has continued this work, in collaboration with Mor Harchol-Balter in the Computer Science department and Rein Vesilo from Macquarie University in Australia.
Professor Scheller-Wolf has or is currently working on operations consulting projects for Amazon.com, Caterpillar, John Deere, The American Red Cross, Intel, Air Products International, Massive/Microsoft and Equitable Resources.
Distinguished Career Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, School of Computer Science
Dr. Shamos holds seven university degrees in such fields as physics, computer science, technology of management and law. He has been associated with Carnegie Mellon since 1975. For his Ph.D. thesis work at Yale in the 1970s, Dr. Shamos devised the field now known as computational geometry. He is co-author with Franco Preparata of the first textbook in this discipline, Computational Geometry: An Introduction (Springer-Verlag 1985).
Assistant Professor of Operations Management, Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business
Soo-Haeng Cho's area of expertise is Manufacturing and Operations Management. Teaching and research interests include supply chain management, healthcare operations, operations strategy, new product development.