Nagurney presents seminars in Sweden and Austria
Anna Nagurney, the John F. Smith Memorial Professor of Operations Management at the Isenberg School of Management, recently delivered invited seminars in Gothenburg, Sweden and in Vienna.
She spoke March 4 in the Optimization Seminar Series at the Chalrmers University of Technology in Gothenburg on "Grand Challenges and Opportunities in Supply Chain Networks: From Analysis to Design."
On March 12, she delivered the seminar "Perishable Product Supply Chains in Healthcare: Models, Analysis, and Computations" at the Vienna University of Economics and Business, as part of the lecture series of the Research Institute for Supply Chain Management with additional support provided by the Institute for Economic Geography and GIScience. In this lecture, she drew on some of the contents from her 10th book, "Networks Against Time: Supply Chain Analytics for Perishable Products," co-authored with Min Yu, Amir H. Masoumi, and Ladimer S. Nagurney and published this year by Springer Science + Business Media in New York City.
Nagurney was appointed a guest professor at the Vienna University of Economics and Business and during her time in Vienna, March 11-13, she also instructed an intensive short course on "Humanitarian Logistics and Healthcare" to 25 students in the master's degree program in supply chain management.
She is also spending part of her academic year sabbatical as a visiting professor at the School of Business, Economics and Law in the University of Gothenburg.