- Ph.D. in
Management (1975), University of California, Los Angeles
(Graduate School of Management).
Dissertation Topic: "Special Structures in Large Scale Network
Models and Associated Applications" (winner of the 1976
American Institute of Decision Sciences Doctoral Dissertation
- MS in
Management Science (1972), University of California, Los
- MS in
Computer Science (1969), University of Illinois, Urbana,
Illinois (designed the world’s first parallel algorithm for
solving a nonlinear program – Illiac IV computer).
- BS in
General Engineering (1969), University of Illinois, Urbana,
Additional year of graduate work in Business Administration --
University of Southern California and the University of
1978-present, Princeton University, Professor
- Financial Planning
Systems for the Public and Private Sectors, Graduate course,
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.
Engineering, Graduate seminar and capstone course for
Masters Degree in Financial Engineering.
Methods for Public Policy, Woodrow Wilson School of Public
and International Affairs. Graduate course on decision
analysis and optimization in the public sector.
- Linear Programming.
Junior course on linear optimization models and algorithms.
Programming, Graduate course for ORFE doctoral students.
Optimization under Uncertainty. Junior course on optimizing
decisions in the face of uncertainty.
Stochastic Programming. Graduate seminar on stochastic
Strategies in Modeling: Public and Corporate Decisions.
Senior course integrating stochastic modeling techniques.
Analysis for Public Policy. Woodrow Wilson School of Public
and International Affairs. Senior course introducing
quantitative techniques for public sector managers.
Models with Multiple and Stochastic Objectives. Graduate
Engineering Applications of Optimization Models. Graduate
course, representation of engineering and management
problems as optimization models.
Transportation Network Models. Undergraduate and graduate
courses, large-scale network optimization techniques.
in Engineering Management Systems. Graduate seminar on
implementation of management science techniques.
Optimization Algorithms and Applications. Undergraduate
Analysis Techniques. Woodrow Wilson School of Public and
International Affairs. Graduate course, reviews computerized
planning systems and discusses their implementation in the
Integrated Production, Marketing and Distribution Planning.
Short course aimed at managers and analysts who are
concerned with the coordination of large-scale marketing,
distribution and production problems.
1975-1978 Harvard University, Graduate School of Business
Administration, Assistant Professor
Managerial Economics, first year MBA required subject. This
six-month MBA course covered the following topics: decision
analysis, forecasting techniques, statistical methods,
simulation, competitive decision-making and linear programs.
Mathematical Programming (Economics 2140b), graduate course
in the Department of Economics.