Dr. Snyder teaches courses in production and inventory control, quantitative models in supply chain management, advanced inventory theory, service systems engineering, and operations research. His research interests include optimization problems in application areas such as supply chain management (e.g., facility location, inventory management, transportation) and electricity grids (e.g., optimal power flow problems, optimization of renewable resources, and energy storage). He is a core member of the Integrated Networks for Electricity research cluster. His textbook Fundamentals of Supply Chain Theory won the IIE/Joint Publishers Book-of-the-Year Award in 2012. Dr. Snyder joined the I.S.E. faculty in Fall 2003.