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Alan Erera

Associate Chair for Graduate Studies and Coca-Cola Professor

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Groseclose, 212
404.385.0358
404.894.2301
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Education

Ph.D. Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (2000), University of California, Berkeley
M.S. Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (1996), University of California,Berkeley
B.S.Eng. Civil Engineering & Operations Research, Summa Cum Laude (1993), Princeton University

Alan Erera

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Alan Erera is the associate chair for graduate studies and a Coca-Cola Professor in the Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Georgia Tech. He is also the faculty director for the M.S. in Supply Chain Engineering program and a co-director for Global Transportation in the Supply Chain & 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.​ Dr. Erera has a large, active research program with diverse funding sources.

He received his B.S. Eng. from Princeton University, and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. 

Expertise:
  • Logistics
  • Transportation
  • Operations Research
Affiliations:
  • Supply Chain & Logistics Institute
  • The Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute
  • The Logistics Institute Asia-Pacific
  • Georgia Tech Panama Logistics Innovation and Research Center
  • Georgia Tech Mexico Trade and Logistics Innovation Center
  • Operations Research
  • INFORMS
  • Georgia Tech Supply Chain Network
First place in the Transportation Science Section, INFORMS Dissertation Prize Competition 2001
Dwight D. Eisenhower Fellowship for Graduate Study in Transportation 1997 - 2000
Berkeley Fellowship for Graduate Study 1995 - 1998
W. Mack Angas Prize, Civil Engineering and Operations Research top graduate, Princeton University 1993