Demet Batur

Demet Batur

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Assistant Professor
Supply Chain Management and Analytics
Education
  • Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • M.S., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • B.S., Industrial Engineering, Marmara University
Expertise
  • Operations Management
  • Decision Science
  • Supply Chain Integration and Management
  • Systems Simulation and Analysis
Biography
Dr. Demet Batur earned her Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She joined CBA in 2011 with expertise in operations management; decision science; supply chain integration and management; and systems simulation and analysis. Her teaching focuses on supply chain decision making models; supply chain risk management; and operations and supply chain management.

Batur’s publications include “Stochastic Dominance Based Comparison for System Selection,” European Journal of Operational Research; “A Quantile-Based Approach to System Selection,” European Journal of Operational Research; and “Finding Feasible Systems in the Presence of Constraints on Multiple Performance Measures,” ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS GRANTS
  • SpecEES: CoSeC-RAN: Cognitive Secure Cloud RAN for Efficient Spectrum Sharing. NSF, 2017-2020. Budget: $435,399, M.C. Vuran (UNL Lead PI), E. Ekici (OSU PI), Q. Yan, D. Batur, J. Ryan (UNL Co-PIs).
  • Collaborative Research: Cog-TV: Business and Technical Analysis of Cognitive Radio TV Sets for Enhanced Spectrum Access. NSF, 2013-2016. Budget: $461,518, M.C. Vuran (UNL Lead PI), E. Ekici (OSU PI), D. Batur (UNL Co-PI).
  • Optimization-via-Simulation with Stochastic Dominance. Constance Miriam and Ethel Corrine Syford Memorial Fund, Research Council, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2011. Budget: $2,500, D. Batur (PI), F. Choobineh (Co-PI).
  • Optimizing Ethanol Trucking Costs. Aurora Cooperative, NE, 2010-2011. Budget: $5,000, E. Jones (PI), D. Batur (Co-PI).
  • Cost-Effective Optimal Deployment Techniques for Wireless Underground Sensor Networks. Maude Hammond Fling Faculty Interdisciplinary Research Fellowship, Research Council, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2010. Budget: $19,561, M.C. Vuran (PI), D. Batur (Co-PI), F. Choobineh (Co-PI).
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  • Lecturer, Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2009-2011.
  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2008-2009.
  • Associate Consultant, TransSolutions, Fort Worth, TX, 2006-2007.
  • Graduate Assistant, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 2002-2006.
TEACHING
  • SCMA 335 - Supply Chain Decision Making Models
  • SCMA 437 - Supply Chain Risk Management
  • MNGT 331 - Operations and Supply Chain Management
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Contact Information

CoB 511J
P.O. Box 880491
Lincoln, NE 68588-0491
Phone: 402-472-0935
Fax: 402-472-5855
dbatur@unl.edu

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