George R. Wilson

George R. Wilson

Positions: 

Associate Chair
Associate Professor

Education: 

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University

Research Area: 

Modeling and Optimization of Large-scale Systems
Modeling of Stochastic Systems

Classes Taught: 

Undergraduate Courses in Production Control
Operations Research
Graduate Courses in Nonlinear Programming
Stochastic Processes
Scheduling
Dynamic Programming

Interests: 

Applied Stochastic Processes
Optimization
Production Planning and Control
Modeling and Analysis of Logistic Systems

Dr. Wilson teaches courses in production control, operations research, stochastic processes, scheduling, and dynamic programming. His research interests are applied stochastic processes, optimization, production planning and control, modeling and analysis of logistic systems. Dr. Wilson has been a member of the faculty since 1978.

Publications: 

Odrey, N.G., Drzymalski, J. and Wilson, G.R.: Aggregating Performance Measures of a Multi-Echelon Supply Chain Using the Analytical Network and Analytical Hierarchy Process, The International Journal of Services, Economics and Management, 2009.

Class Year: 

Modeling and Optimization of Large-scale Systems
Modeling of Stochastic Systems