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FOSTERING THE CENTER’S DEVELOPMENT

HELPING REVITALIZE U.S. MANUFACTURING

HELPING REVITALIZE U.S. MANUFACTURING

HELPING REVITALIZE U.S. MANUFACTURING

HELPING REVITALIZE U.S. MANUFACTURING

A TRIP TO INDIA & OTHER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

A TRIP TO INDIA & OTHER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES

STUDENT FOCUSED. FACULTY DIRECTED

STUDENT FOCUSED. FACULTY DIRECTED

A CENTER THAT CELEBRATES MANUFACTURING

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Dr. Ananth Iyer

Susan Bulkeley Butler Chair in Operations Management
Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
Krannert School of Management
Purdue University

Professor Iyer was named Purdue University Faculty Scholar in 1999. His teaching and research interests are operations management and logistics. Professor Iyer’s research currently focuses on analysis of the impact of promotions on logistics systems in the grocery industry, and analysis of the impact of competitors on operational management models. Other topics of study include inventory management in the fashion industry, effect of supplier contracts, and use of data sets in operations management model building. 

His published works include “The Supply Chain Impact of Smart Customers in a Promotional Environment” with Huchzermeier and Freiheit, M&SOM,
2002; “Inventory Cost Impact of Managing Lead Times Using Priority Queues Based on Demand Uncertainty,” Naval Research Logistics, 2002;
“A Logistics Model in a Promotion Sensitive Grocery Environment” with J. Ye, Networks, 2001. He was the FMC Scholar in 1990-91. He is on the
editorial boards of IIE Transactions, the ECR Journal and Manufacturing & Service Operations Management editorial board and member of INFORMS.

He was president-elect of the MSOM Society of INFORMS in 2001-02 and served as president for the year 2002-03. Prior to joining Krannert, Professor Iyer taught at the University of Chicago. He has been affi liated with the Production and Distribution Research Center at Georgia Tech, and a consultant to Daymon Associates, Sara Lee, Turner Broadcasting and others. He served his Chicago community as a pro bono consultant to the Chicago School System and the Chicago Streets and Sanitation Department.