- operations research, resource management
Ronald McGarvey joined the University of Missouri in 2013 with a joint appointment in the Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Department and at the Harry S Truman School of Public Affairs. His primary research interest is in applied optimization and its applications to public policy and resource management.
McGarvey has more than 10 years of experience working as a researcher in Project AIR FORCE, a federally funded research and development center operated by the RAND Corporation that is tasked with performing policy analysis on behalf of Air Force leadership.
- PhD from Pennsylvania State University
Node-securing connectivity-based model to reduce infection spread in contaminated networks
Computers & Industrial Engineering, 115, 512-519
Capacitated path-aggregation constraint model for arc disruption in networks
Transportation Research Part E, 109, 225-238.
Optimal production planning utilizing leftovers for an all-you-care- to-eat food service
Journal of Cleaner Production, 171, 984-994.
Efficient Frontiers in a Frontier State: Viability of Mobile Dentistry Services in Rural Areas
To appear (accepted July 2017), European Journal of Operational Research
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