Dr. Agnes Galambosi Ozelkan

Dr. Agnes Galambosi Ozelkan
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Academic Advisor / Lecturer
Smith 216
  • Ph.D., Systems and Industrial Engineering, The University of Arizona
  • M.S., Systems Engineering, The University of Arizona
  • B.S., Meteorology, Eotvos, Eotvos Lorand University
  • SEGR 2101 Systems Engineering Concepts
  • SEGR 2105 Computational Methods for Systems Engineering I
  • MEGR 2240 Computational Methods for Engineers
  • ENGR 3670 Total Quality Systems
  • HADM 6081 Decision Analysis in Healthcare
  • Environmental systems modeling
  • Lean systems
  • Supply chain management
  • Decision and risk analysis
  • Educational aspects of engineering
Recent Publications
  • Ozelkan, E. C. and A. Galambosi, 2008, Lampshade Game for Lean Manufacturing, (accepted) Production Planning and Control.
  • Galambosi, A., Ozelkan, E.C. and L. Duckstein (2008), The Impact of ENSO and Macrocirculation Patterns on Precipitation Under Climate Change, Journal of Environmental Geology, Available online, DOI : 10.1007/s00254-008-1572-x.
  • Ozelkan, E. C. and A. Galambosi, “When Does RFID Make Business Sense for Managing Supply Chains?”, International Journal of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, 1(1): pp.15-47, 2008.`
  • Galambosi, A., Duckstein, L., Ozelkan, E. and I. Bogardi, "Fuzzified effect of ENSO and macrocirculation patterns on precipitation: an Arizona case study", International Journal of Climatology, 19(13): 1411-1426, 1999.
  • Ozelkan, E.C., Galambosi, A., Duckstein, L. and A. Bardossy, "A multiobjective fuzzy classification of large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns for precipitation modeling", Applied Mathematics and Computation, 91(2-3): 127-142, 1998.