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Alan Erera is the associate chair for graduate studies and an associate professor in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering. He received his B.S. Eng. from Princeton University, and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. Dr. Erera has a large, active research program with diverse funding sources, and he currently serves as the Associate Director of the USDOT-funded Transportation Research Center for Freight, Trade, Security, and Economic Strength and co-Director of Center for Global
Transportation at ISyE's Supply Chain and Logistics Institute.
His research focuses primarily on transportation and logistics systems planning and control, with a focus both on innovative modeling and solution methodologies, and on challenging application areas including dynamic and stochastic vehicle routing and scheduling, robust asset management, logistics service network design, integrating security and efficiency in logistics systems, and highway traffic network analysis.
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