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Shahryar Gheibi is an associate professor of business analytics. He has taught courses from freshman to graduate level at Siena College:
GBUS630 Decision Modeling & Analytics (Hybrid MBA)
MGMT300/BAAS300 Operations Management (Business Core)
BAAS210 Business Statistics II (Business Analytics Concentration)
QBUS200 Business Statistics I (Business Core)
QBUS110 Math for Decision Making II (Pre-Business Foundation and Skills)

His research interests include supply chain management, sustainability, sourcing and pricing strategies and decision making under uncertainty. Shahryar mostly uses stochastic optimization, data analytics/machine learning and game theory in his research. He holds two professional certifications from the Association for Supply Chain Management (ASCM, formerly APICS):
CSCP (Certified Supply Chain Professional)
CPIM (Certified in Production and Inventory Management)

Degree Program University
Ph.D. Business Administration (Supply Chain Management) Syracuse University
M.S. Industrial Engineering Sharif University of Technology
B.S. Industrial Engineering Sharif University of Technology

My Professional Experience

Year Title Organization
2022 - Now Associate Professor of Business Analytics and Actuarial Science Siena College
2019 - 2022 Assistant Professor of Business Analytics Siena College
2016 - 2019 Assistant Professor of Quantitative Business Analysis Siena College
2014 - 2016 Instructor Syracuse University
2012 - 2014 Teaching Assistant Syracuse University
2008 - 2011 Supply Chain Analyst Schneider Electric

Articles & Book Reviews

  • The Impact of Supply Disruption Risk on a Retailer's Pricing and Procurement Strategies in the Presence of a Substitute Product
    Journal Of Retailing, vol. 97
    September, 2021
  • Low-Cost-Driven Leadership: A Theory for Price Dispersion in Competitive Markets
    International Journal of Business and Economics, vol. 19
    June, 2020
  • Introducing Advanced Exploratory Data Analysis Tools in an MBA Program
    Global Journal of Business Pedagogy, vol. 3
    June, 2019
  • Siena College: Course Scheduling for the Business Analytics Department
    Case Research Journal, vol. 41
    Winter, 2021

Presentations

  • Analyzing Food Waste in Food Supply Chains: A Machine Learning Approach
    October, 2022
    INFORMS International Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Business Improvement Districts and Homelessness: An Exploratory Data Analysis
    June, 2022
    Industry Studies Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • An Exploratory Data Analysis of Railroad Safety: A Pedagogical Approach
    November, 2019
    Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Operational Efficiency and Price Dispersion in Competitive Markets
    November, 2019
    Decision Sciences Institute, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • Direct-Trade Sourcing and Pricing a Specialty Product: The Impact of Uncertainty
    November, 2018
    Decision Sciences Institute, Chicago, Illinois
  • The Implications of Market Characteristics for Vertical Strategic Interactions in Supply Chains
    October, 2017
    Institute for Operations Research and The Management Sciences Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas
  • Global Sourcing through Capacity Reservation Contracts: The Impact of Exchange-Rate Uncertainty
    2017
    Production and Operations Management Society Conference, Seattle, Washington
  • Market Characteristics and Vertical Strategic Interaction: Implications for Distribution Channels
    2017
    Production and Operations Management Society Conference, Seattle, Washington
  • Specialty Coffee: Direct Trade Sourcing and Pricing under Uncertainty
    2017
    Production and Operations Management Society Conference, Seattle, Washington
  • Third-Wave Coffee: Sourcing and Pricing a Specialty Product under Uncertainty
    2016
    Institute for Operations Research and The Management Sciences Annual Meeting, Nashville, Tennessee