Ph.D. - Industrial Engineering and Operations Research
Columbia University - 2000
M.S. - Operations Research
Columbia University - 1997
B.S. - Industrial Engineering
Bilkent University - 1996
Information and Operations Management; Supply Chain Management; Distribution Channel Management; Multi-Echelon Inventory Planning and Control; Incentive Mechanisms and Contracts; Pricing and Revenue Optimization; Behavioral Operations.
Ozer, O., O. Uncu and W. Wei. 2007. Selling to the Newsvendor with a Forecast Update: Analysis of a Dual Purchase Contract. European Journal of Operational Research. 182, pp. 1150-1176. 2007 - Publication
Lee, H. and O. Ozer. 2007. Unlocking the Value of RFID. Production and Operations Management. 16(1), pp. 40-64. 2007 - Publication
Ozer, O. and W. Wei. 2006. Strategic Commitments for an Optimal Capacity Decision under Asymmetric Forecast Information. Management Science. 52(8), pp. 1239-1258. 2006 - Publication
Gallego, G. and O. Ozer. 2003. Optimal Replenishment Policies for Multi-Echelon Inventory Problems under Advance Demand Information. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. 5(2), pp. 157-175. 2006 - Publication
Gallego, G. and O. Ozer. 2005. A New Algorithm and a New Heuristic for Serial Supply Systems. Operations Research Letters. 33(4), pp. 349-362. 2005 - Publication
Anderson, E., O, Ozer and G. Raz. 2004. Operations Management. Australian Graduate School of Management, UNSW Sydney 2052. 2004 - Publication
Ozer, O. and W. Wei. 2004. Inventory Control with Limited Capacity and Advance Demand Information. Operations Research. 52(6), pp. 988-1000. 2004 - Publication
Ozer, O. 2003. Replenishment Strategies for Distribution Systems under Advance Demand Information. Management Science. 49(3), pp. 255-272. 2003 - Publication
Gallego, G. and O. Ozer. 2001. Optimal Use of Demand Information in Supply Chain Management. Chapter 5 in Supply Chain Structures: Coordination, Information, and Optimization. J.S. Song and D.D. Yao (Eds.), Kluwer. 2001 - Publication
Gallego, G. and O. Ozer. 2001. Integrating Replenishment Decisions with Advance Demand Information. Management Science. 47(10), pp. 1344-1360. 2001 - Publication
University of Texas at Dallas [2012–Present]
University of Texas at Dallas [2009–2012]
Columbia University [2008–2009]
Consulting Associate Professor
Stanford University [2007–2009]
Stanford University [2000–2007]
Stanford University [2000–Present]
Columbia University [1999–2000]
Columbia University [1998–1999]
Columbia University [1998–2000]
FUNDED INDUSTRY RESEARCH ENGAGEMENTS
2008-Present Hewlett Packard Laboratories (funded research project on experimental and behavioral issues in capacity, price and demand management)
2006-2009 Hewlett Packard Laboratories (funded research project on rebate policy analysis and economic experiments and channel performance).
2005-2006 United Parcel Services (funded research project on pricing and cost analysis for asset tracking in the delivery services)
2005-2009 Hitachi GST (funded research project on new product introduction).
2005-2008 Hewlett Packard Laboratories (funded research project on channel integration and inventory management).
2004-2006 Hewlett Packard (funded research project on the use of RFID in inventory management and return on investment).
2001-2003 Ericsson LLC (funded research project on supply chain management. Co-architected a new model of collaboration between industry and academia. Together with Warren Hausman and Hau Lee, received funding of ~$1M to support three faculty and three PhD students).
2001-2003 General Motors (as part of GM/SU Collaborative Research Laboratory in Work Systems. Funded research on the use of demand information in supply networks).
1998 Lehman Brothers, New York. Associate, Fixed Income Derivatives Research. (Priced credit derivatives and developed hedging strategies for credit derivatives).
1995-1996 Roketsan Missile and Space Industry and NATO, Turkey. Project Assistant. (Led the team to develop the quality-costing program for Stinger Missile propulsion system).
Summer 1995 Renault Automobile Manufacturing Company, Bursa, Turkey. Summer Intern.
A classroom full of students sat behind desktop computers in a School of Management computer lab recently making business decisions and wondering whether they could trust one another. As students role-played the parts of manufacturers and suppliers in an online simulation, they calculated each decision as if they were playing chess. Taking learning beyond the classroom, Professor Özalp Özer offered these students an intriguing blend of teaching and research by simulating real-life business challenges with a game of trust, the subject of his National Science Foundation-funded research.
By securing an undisclosed amount of funding from one of the nation's leading healthcare systems to jump-start research into data-driven medical decision making, a Naveen Jindal School of Management
professor has once again strengthened the reputation of the school and UT Dallas as go-to partners for innovation at the cutting edge of the changing global economy.
Dr. Özalp Özer
, Ashbel Smith Professor of Operations Management, will collaborate with University Hospitals of Cleveland
to develop technology that can more easily extract valuable information from electronic medical records. The goal is to help healthcare providers optimize medical decisions that can improve healthcare outcomes for patients while also improving operational efficiencies.
Two professors in the Naveen Jindal School of Management’s operations management
program — Dr. Alain Bensoussan and Dr. Özalp Özer — recently were awarded grants by the National Science Foundation.
“We are especially pleased to have two research grants from the National Science Foundation awarded to our faculty in recent months,” said Dr. Hasan Pirkul
, dean of the Jindal School. “Our faculty and our centers, such as the International Center for Decision and Risk Analysis, are solving real-world problems relevant to the industry’s needs of today.”Bensoussan
, professor of risk and decision analysis and Ashbel Smith Professor, was awarded a $208,559 grant in August for a project titled “New Problems in Mean Field Control Theory.”
GRADUATED DOCTORAL STUDENTS
Wei Wei. 2003. Capacity Management under Forecast Update in Decentralized Supply Chains. Associate, Morgan Stanley, Fixed Income Derivatives Research.
Holly Lutze. 2004. Mitigating Supply Chain Risk: Pooling, Contracting, and Supply Channel Selection. Assistant Professor, University of Texas, Dallas, School of Management.
Aykut Atali. 2006. Quantitative Modeling in Inventory Management with Imperfect Information. Algorithm Design Engineer, SmartOps Inc.
Murat Kaya. 2006. Essays in Supply Chain Contracting: Dual Channel Management with Service Competition and Quality Risk in Outsourcing. Assistant Professor, Sabanci University, Turkey, School of Engineering and Research Scientist at Hewlett Packard Laboratories.
Onur Uncu. 2007. Dynamic Time-to-market and Operational Decisions in High Technology Firms. Associate, Fixed Income, Credit Suisse.
Heng Liu, 2007. Essays in New Product Management. Senior Software Product Development Manager, Oracle.
Sechan Oh, 2010. Optimal Stopping Problems in Operations Management., IBM
CURRENT DOCTORAL STUDENTS
Karen Zhang, Expected graduation 2010