These areas are subject to change based on the Logistics Management faculty composition. Candidates should consult the Department regarding their general research interests before making decisions regarding their program. It is imperative that candidate's research interests be well supported to ensure timely completion of the degree. Synergism with Air Force and other DOD organizations leading to sponsored, cooperative research efforts is encouraged. Such cooperative efforts lead to research results that are directly related to ongoing activities in the military logistics community.
- Transportation planning and analysis, strategic mobility, facility location modeling
- Inventory models, reparable inventory models, supply chain management, time series forecasting, collaborative forecasting
- Operations management, business process improvement, theory of constraints, capacity management, scheduling
- Cost analysis, econometric analysis and modeling
- Public policy analysis, public policy models
- Information technologies
- Multivariate analysis techniques, meta-heuristics, simulation analysis, survey development, evolutionary algorithms.
<< Back to the Doctoral Degree Program