Ganesh Janakiraman

Ashbel Smith Professor
Professor - Management
Tags: Supply Chain Operations Management

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Operations Research
Cornell University - 2002
M.S. - Operations Research
Cornell University - 2001
B.Tech. - Mechanical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology - Madras, Chennai, India - 1998

Publications

W.T. Huh, G. Janakiraman, A. Muharremoglu and A. Sheopuri, Optimal Policies for Inventory Systems with a Generalized Cost Model. Operations Research. Forthcoming. forthcoming - Publication
G. Janakiraman and S. Seshadri. Parametric Concavity in Stochastic Dynamic Programs. 2011. Computers and Industrial Engineering. 61: 1: 98-102. 2011 - Publication
W.T. Huh, G. Janakiraman and M. Nagarajan, Average Cost Single-Stage Inventory Models: An Analysis Using a Vanishing Discount Approach. 2011. Operations Research. 59: 1: 143-155. 2011 - Publication
W. T. Huh and G. Janakiraman. Base-Stock Policies in Capacitated Assembly Systems: Convexity Properties. Naval Research Logistics. 2010 - Publication
A. Sheopuri, G. Janakiraman and S. Seshadri, “New Policies for the Stochastic Inventory Control Problem with Two Supply Sources” Operations Research. 2010 - Publication
W.T. Huh and G. Janakiraman. On the Optimal Policy Structure in Serial Inventory Systems with Lost Sales. Operations Research. 2010 - Publication
W.T. Huh, G. Janakiraman and M. Nagarajan. Capacitated Serial Inventory Systems: Sample Path and Stability Properties under Base-Stock Policies. Operations Research. 2010 - Publication
W.T. Huh, G. Janakiraman, J. Muckstadt and P. Rusmevichientong. 2009. Asymptotic Optimality of Order-up-to Policies in Lost Sales Inventory Systems. Management Science. 55:3: 404-420. 2009 - Publication
W.T. Huh, G. Janakiraman, J. Muckstadt and P. Rusmevichientong. 2009. An Adaptive Algorithm for Finding the Optimal Base-Stock Policy in Lost Sales Inventory Systems with Censored Demand. Mathematics of Operations Research 34:2: 397-416. 2009 - Publication
G. Janakiraman and J. Muckstadt. A Decomposition Approach for a Class of Capacitated Serial Systems. Operations Research. 2009 - Publication

Appointments

Associate Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2009–Present]
Assistant Professor
New York University [2003–2009]
Visiting Assistant Professor
Cornell University [2002–2003]

Projects

Structural Results for a Class of Capacitated, Serial Inventory Systems.
2003–2003 Stern School of Business, New York University.
Structural Results for a Class of Capacitated, Serial Inventory Systems.
2003–2003 University of Illinois, Mechanical and Industrial Engineering.
Structural Results for a Class of Capacitated, Serial Inventory Systems.
2003–2003 Fuqua School of Business, Duke University.
Structural Results for a Class of Capacitated, Serial Inventory Systems.
2003–2003 School of Business, U.Wisconsin at Madison.
Structural Results for a Class of Capacitated, Serial Inventory Systems.
2003–2003 School of Business, U.Wisconsin at Madison.

Additional Information

Others

Service – reviewing, refereeing and administrative work with professional societies and organizations (e.g. editorship, associate editorship, officer, etc.); departmental, college, university committees; community service, etc.:

  • 2009-Now Associate Editor for Operations Research Letters
  • 2003-Now Ad hoc reviewer for the following journals: Annals of Operations Research, Computers and Industrial Engineering, European Journal of Operational Research, IIE Transactions, Information Systems and Operational Research, Management Science, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, Mathematics of Operations Research, Naval Research Logistics, Operations Research, Operations Research Letters, Production and Operations Management.
  • 2009 Reviewer for the INFORMS Junior Faculty Interest Group paper award.
  • 2003-2009 Served on the Ph.D. curriculum committee, Ph.D. admissions committee and faculty recruiting committee multiple times in the Operations Management Group at the Stern School of Business, NYU.
Professional recognitions and honors:
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, 5/2002, Cornell University, School of O.R.I.E, Ithaca, NY 14850.
  • Meritorious Service Award [for service as a reviewer], 2/2009, The Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society.
Professional memberships:
  • Institute for Operations Research and Management Science, 2003 – Now.
  • The Manufacturing and Service Operations Management Society, 2003 – Now.