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Professor Diwakar Gupta


Ph.D., 1988, Management Sciences, University of Waterloo
M.A.Sc., 1984, Industrial Engineering, University of Windsor
B.Tech, 1982, Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi

Office: ME 130B - phone: (612) 625-1810


Research focuses on stochastic models for supply chain and health operations management. Specifically, research and consulting interests include supply chain management, healthcare capacity management, payment innovations, and health policy, revenue management in manufacturing and service industries, and design and operational control of manufacturing systems.

Professor Gupta is on assignment at the National Science Foundation, where he serves as a program director for the Service, Manufacturing, and Operations Research program in the division of Civil, Mechanical, and Manufacturing Innovation of the Directorate for Engineering.

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