Gary Moynihan

Gary Moynihan is a professor and lead engineer for the Construction Engineering and Architectural Engineering Programs at the University of Alabama, and was formerly with the Department of Industrial Engineering. He received BS (Chemistry) and MBA (Operations Management) degrees from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a PhD (Industrial Engineering) from the University of Central Florida. Dr. Moynihan’s primary areas of research are project management, operations analysis, information systems development, and the application of industrial engineering techniques. Dr. Moynihan co-founded and currently serves as Assistant Director for the U.S. Department of Energy-funded Alabama Industrial Assessment Center. He has published over 120 articles in books, journals, and conference proceedings, and has five software copyrights. Prior to joining The Uni­versity of Alabama, Dr. Moynihan held positions in the aerospace, computer and chemical processing industries.

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Operations management (OM) is the function concerned with the planning, design, implementation, and control of business operations in the production of goods and services. OM has expanded from its original factory-centric orientation to encompass the service industry and the respective, accompanying supply chains, with a broad, global range of applications, increasing reliance on quantitative analysis, and the development and the use of supporting computer-based information systems and technology. This book highlights some critical aspects and advances in the field of operations management. Topics covered include investigations in the area of sustainable supply chain management; the application of OM principles to the deployment of field laboratories to address epidemics; and novel approaches to applying operations management in response to increasingly diverse requirements, circumstances, and performance criteria.

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