The Edward Pennell Brooks Professor of Operations Research
James Orlin specializes in network and combinatorial optimization. He has helped develop improved solution methodologies in airline scheduling, railroad scheduling, logistics, network design, telecommunications, inventory control, and marketing. Together with MIT Sloan colleague Thomas L. Magnanti and Ravindra K. Ahuja, he has written the award-winning text Network Flows: Theory, Algorithms, and Applications (1993).
e-mail: jorlin at mit dot edu
Name: Tyler Morse
Management Science (MS)
network and combinatorial optimization; operations research; logistics.