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business professor

Dean Charles Chatfield, business professor. Achievements include development of advanced supply chain simulation software; research in factors impacting the bullwhip effect in supply chains; research in inventory system performance in supply chains; research in application of genetic algorithms to production and inventory problems. Recipient Best Applied Research paper award, Decision Sciences Institute National Meeting, 2005.

Background

Chatfield, Dean Charles was born in 1967 in Rochester, New York, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Management Systems, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, 1989. Master of Business Administration in Finance, Penn State University, University Park, 1991. Master of Science in Management Information Systems, Penn State University, 1993.

Doctor of Philosophy in Management Science & Information Systems, Penn State University, 2000.

Career

Business research analyst Xerox Corporation, Rochester, 1994—1995. Assistant professor management science & info technical Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia, 2001—2007. Professor decision science & information technical Old Dominion University, Norfolk, since 2007.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of advanced supply chain simulation software. Research in factors impacting the bullwhip effect in supply chains. Research in inventory system performance in supply chains.

    Research in application of genetic algorithms to production and inventory problems.

Membership

Member of Production and Operations Management Society, Institute Operations Research and Management Sciences, Decision Sciences Institute, Association Information Systems.

Connections

Married Lynn Chatfield.

spouse:
Lynn Chatfield.