Burak Eksioglu

Mississippi State University United States of America

Dr Burak Eksioglu is currently an Associate Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Mississippi State University. He received his PhD from the University of Florida, an MS degree from the University of Warwick, and a BS from Bogazici University. Before joining Mississippi State, Dr Eksioglu taught at Cleveland State University, and worked with MARSA KIS as an organization development specialist. His research efforts are focused on operations research, supply chain optimization, disaster management, heuristic optimization, logistics and transportation. His research has been funded by agencies such as the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of Transportation, Mississippi Department of Transportation, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. His research has been published in various journals, including IIE Transactions, Naval Research Logistics, Operations Research Letters, Computers and Operations Research, and Journal of Emergency Management. He is a member of Tau Beta Pi, ASEE, IIE, INFORMS, and POMS.

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After the large-scale disasters that we have witnessed in the recent past, it has become apparent that complex and coordinated emergency management systems are required for efficient and effective relief efforts. Such management systems can only be developed by involving many scientists and practitioners from multiple fields. Thus, this book on emergency management discusses various issues, such as the impact of human behavior, development of hardware and software architectures, cyber security concerns, dynamic process of guiding evacuees and routing vehicles, supply allocation, and vehicle routing problems in preparing for, and responding to large scale emergencies. The book is designed to be useful to students, researchers and engineers in all academic areas, but particularly for those in the fields of computer science, operations research, and human factor. We also hope that this book will become a useful reference for practitioners.

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