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 Amit  Eynan
Amit Eynan
Professor of Analytics & Operations
CBL Fellow, Center for Civic Engagement

Marcile And James Reid Professor, Washington University

Highest Quality Rating Citation of Excellence, Anbar Electronic Intelligence
Eynan Amit, Flexible vs. Dedicated Capacity in Serial Processes, INFORMS

Eynan Amit, Narasimhan Chakravarti, Optimal Pricing of Finite Capacity, INFORMS Meeting, Pittsburgh
Professional Experience
Previous positions include:
Associate Professor, Washington University. (1998 - 2003).

Assistant Professor, Washington University. (1993 - 1998).

Head of System Analysis and Operations, Center for System Analysis. (1987 - 1989).

System Analyst, Center for System Analysis. (1984 - 1987).

Assistant Director of Production, Sintel Systems. (1983 - 1984).
Institutional Service
Full Professors Committee. (August 17, 2011 - May 7, 2012).

Committee Member, Full Professors Committee. (August 18, 2010 - May 9, 2011).

Committee Member, Tenure & Promotion Review Committee. (August 19, 2007 - May 11, 2010).

Committee Member, Full Professors Committee. (August 19, 2009 - May 10, 2010).

Committee Member, Curriculum Design Committee. (2007 - 2009).

Committee Chair, Research Committee. (2005 - 2009).

Committee Member, Full Professors Committee. (August 19, 2008 - May 11, 2009).

Committee Chair, Robins School Research Committee. (August 19, 2008 - May 11, 2009).
Selected Publications

Amit Eynan, Lingxiu Dong, Design of Flexible Multi-Stage Processes, Production and Operations Management, 2011

Amit Eynan, Meir J Rosenblatt, The Impact of Component Commonality on Composite Assembly Policies, Naval Research Logistics, 2007,615-622

Amit Eynan, Effective and Simple EOQ-like Solutions for Stochastic Demand Periodic Review Systems, European Journal of Operational Research, 2007, 1135-1143

Amit Eynan, Thierry Fouque, Benefiting from the Risk Pooling Effect: Internal (Component Commonality) vs. External (Demand Reshape) Efforts, International Journal of Services and Operations Management, 2005

Amit Eynan, Capturing the Risk Pooling Effect through Demand Reshape, Management Science, 2003

Amit Eynan, The Benefits of Flexible Production Rates in the Economic Lot Scheduling Problem, IIE Transactions, 2003

B.S., Technion IIT 1984
Industrial and Management Engineering
M.S., Technion IIT 1989
Industrial and Management Engineering
M.S., Washington University 1992
Business Administration
Ph.D., Washington University 1994
Operations Management
Contact Information
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(804) 287-1867
(804) 289-8878 (Fax)