Faculty and Staff


Ravindra K. Ahuja, Professor
IIT Kanpur, 1982
Network and combinatorial optimization; linear and integer programming; routing and scheduling heuristic optimization.

Weil 474
Elif Akçali, Associate Professor
Purdue University, 2001
Production planning and control; discrete and heuristic optimization; semiconductor manufacturing; spare parts management.

(352) 294-7726
Weil 472
Sherman X. Bai, Associate Professor
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1991
Manufacturing systems; real-time scheduling; optimal control/optimization; dynamic game models; digital simulation; supply chain management; information systems technology.

(352) 294-7728
Weil 478
Vladimir Boginksi, Assistant Professor
University of Florida, 2005
Systems Engineering; Mathematical Modeling of Complex Networks; Operations Research/Optimization; Robustness/resiliency characteristics of networked systems in adverse/uncertain environments; Large-scale random graph models and related asymptotic phase transition problems; Data mining techniques.

(352) 392 1464
Alfredo Garcia, Professor
University of Michigan, 1997
Optimization and Control of Multi-Agent Systems, Mechanism design with applications to electricity and communication networks, and Dynamic games.

(352) 294-7708
Weil 303
Joseph P. Geunes, Professor
Pennsylvania State University, 1999
Production planning and inventory Control; applied optimization; Supply chain management.

(352) 294-7724
Weil 450
Yongpei Guan, Professor
Interim Chair
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005
Stochastic and Discrete Optimization; Power System Operations and Electricity Energy Markets; Supply Chain Management

(352) 294-7700
Weil 413
Serdar Kirli, Master Lecturer
Undergraduate Coordinator
University of Florida, 1999
Software engineering; internet technologies, real-time control, industrial applications of microcontrollers.

(352) 294-7703
Weil 302B
George Lan, Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009
Theory, algorithms and applications of stochastic and nonlinear optimization

(352) 294-7701
Weil 302
Siriphong (Toi) Lawphongpanich, Associate Professor
University of Florida, 1983
Operations research; mathematical programming; transportation sciences.

(352) 294-7715
Weil 304
Petar Momcilovic, Associate Professor
M.S. Program Coordinator
Columbia University, 2003
Applied Probability, Service Engineering

(352) 294-7729
WEIL 479
Panos M. Pardalos, Distinguished Professor, Paul and Heidi Brown Preeminent Professor in Industrial and Systems Engineering
Director, Center for Applied Optimization
University of Minnesota, 1985
Global optimization; integer programming and graph algorithms; complexity; parallel computing; optimization software.

(352) 294-7718
Weil 401A
Jean Philippe Richard, Professor
Ph.D. Program Coordinator
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002
Operations Research; Linear and Nonlinear Mixed Integer Programming Theory and Applications; Polyhedral Theory; Algorithms.

(352) 294-7713
Weil 372
Suleyman Tufekçi, Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology, 1977
Integrated product/process design; manufacturing systems; decision support systems; production planning; emergency management and engineering.

(352) 294-7725
Weil 468
Stanislav Uryasev, George E. and Rolande G. Willis Professor
Director, Risk Management and Financial Engineering (RMFE) Lab
Institute of Cybernetics (Kiev), 1982
Operations research; optimization of large stochastic systems, risk management, Financial Engineering (portfolio optimization, ALM, credit risk, trading strategies), and military applications.

(352) 294-7723
Weil 446

Affiliated Faculty

Konstantinos Gakis, Adjunct Assistant Professor
Saeed Ghadimi, Adjunct Lecturer
Joseph C. Hartman, Courtesy Professor
Engineering Economic Decision Analysis; Transportation Logistics; Manufacturing Logistics; http://www.ise.ufl.edu/hartman/
J. Cole Smith, Courtesy Professor
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, 2000
Integer programming and combinatorial optimization, network flows and facility location, heuristic and computational optimization methods, large-scale optimization due to uncertainty or robustness considerations.
Chrysafis Vogiatzis, Adjunct Lecturer
Mathematical programming, graph theory, transportation and logistics network optimization, evacuation, and complexity theory.

Emeriti Faculty

James F. Burns,
Professor Emeritus

Weil 487
Barney L. Capehart,
Professor Emeritus

(352) 392 1464 ext 2008
Weil 377
Kenneth E. Dominiak,
Retired Associate Engineer

D. Jack Elzinga,
Professor Emeritus

Weil 482
Richard L. Francis,
Professor Emeritus

Weil 378
Donald W. Hearn,
Professor Emeritus

(352) 294-7727
Weil 301
John F. Mahoney,
Professor Emeritus

(352) 294-7730
Weil 481
Eginhard J. Muth,
Professor Emeritus

Weil 378
Eginhard J. Muth
Robert T. Sorkin,
Professor Emeritus


Kelley Gentry
Fiscal Officer

(352) 294-7709
Weil 303

Deborah Habora
Program Assistant

(352) 294-7705
Weil 303

Lorraine White
Graduate Academic Support Services

(352) 294-7712
Weil 371A

Heather Nemeth
Undergraduate Academic Support Services

(352) 294-7710
Weil 368

Tammi Gibson
Program Assistant, OEM

(352) 392 0928
Weil 471
Kelly Harvey
Development Officer

(352) 392 6795
Weil 330
Patsy Messinger
Associate Director, OEM

(352) 392 0982
Weil 471A
Sara H. Pons
Program Assistant

(352) 294-7704
Weil 303
Andrew Hernandez
OPS Assistant, Advising Office

(352) 294-7711
Weil 371
Laura Studstill
Office Manager

(352) 294-7706
Weil 303