Min Wang, Ph.D., is an Associate Clinical professor of Operations Management at Drexel’s LeBow College of Business. Her primary research focus is on the modeling and analysis of important strategic and operational decisions in inventory and supply chain management, and her secondary focus is on healthcare operations. She is interested in identifying challenging questions in those research areas and addresses them with rigorous analysis and various modeling and optimization tools. Her research has been published in journals such as Operations Research and Annals of Operations Research.
Areas of Expertise
- Healthcare Operations Management
- Inventory Control
- Production Planning and Control
- Service Management
- Supply Chain Management
Federgruen, A., and Wang, Min, A Continuous Review Model with General Shelf Age and Delay Dependent Inventory Costs. Probabilty in the Engineering and Informational Science 29 (Oct 2015): 507-525.
Federgruen, A., and Wang, Min, Inventory Models with Shelf-Age and Delay-Dependent Inventory Costs. Operations Research 63 (May 2015): 15.
Federgruen, A., and Wang, Min, Monotonicity Properties of a Class of Stochastic Inventory Systems. Annals of Operations Research 208 (Sep 2013): 155-186.
Wang, B., and Wang, Min, Stochastic Ordering of Absolute Normal Random Variables. Statistics and Probability Letters 81 (Apr 2011): 524-528.
MS in Operations Research - Case Western Reserve University 2006
PhD in Decision, Risk & Operations Division - Columbia University 2012
2015 Excellence in Research (LeBow College of Business)