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iconiconiconNameRanga RamaseshImageRanga RamaseshFirstnameRangaLastnameRamaseshOffice Phone(817) 257-7194
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Position:Professor, Decision SciencesDepartment:Information Systems and Supply Chain MgmtOffice:Tandy Hall 295Role:FacultyEducation
  • Ph.D. (1988) Operations Management, Pennsylvania State University
  • MBA (1982) Finance and Corporate Accounting, University of Rochester
  • ME (1970) Mechanical Engineering, Indian Institute of Science
  • BE (1968) Mechanical Engineering, University of Mysore, India
Areas of Expertise / Research
  • Modeling and Analysis of Stochastic Inventory Control Systems
  • Flexible Manufacturing Systems and Flexibility
  • Project Engineering Design and Project Management
Courses Taught
  • DESC 60023 MBA Core Operations Management
  • DESC 33053 BBA Elective Regression Analysis
  • DESC 31053 BBA Core Operations Management
  • DESC 21053 BBA Core Statistical Analysis
Key Publications
  • Lot Sizing Under Limited-Time Price Reduction. Decision Sciences, Winter 2001. (with Rachamadugu, R.).
  • Order Crossover in Stochastic Inventory Systems. Stochastic Models, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 279-309, 1995. (with Hayya, J. C., Xu, S. K, and He, Xin Xin).
  • Suboptimality of Equal Lot Sizes for Finite Horizon Problems, Naval Research Logistics, vol. 41, pp. 1019-1027, 1994. (with Rachmadugu, R.).
  • Sole versus Dual Sourcing in Stochastic Lead-Time (s, Q)Inventory Models. Management Science, vol. 37, no. 4, pp. 428-443,1991. (with Ord, J. K, Hayya, J. C., and Pan, A. C.).
  • Measurement of Manufacturing Flexibility: A Value-based Approach, Journal of Operations Management, vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 446-468, 1991. (with Jayakumar, M. D.).
Awards / Recognition
  • 1989 -Outstanding Theoretical Paper Award, Western
  • Decision Sciences Institute
International Experience
  • TCU/Neeley School of Business Summer-in-Germany program, 1994, 1997.
  • University of Bombay, Visiting Professor, Bajaj Institute of Management, (1982-85).
  • Ten years of Project Engineering and Management experience in Pharmaceutical and Chemical Companies Unilever, Bayer, and Glaxo. (1970-1980).