Neil Geismar

Center for Executive Development Professor

Biography

H. Neil Geismar is a Center for Executive Development Professor in the Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. He has a Ph.D. degree from the University of Texas at Dallas in Operations Management. His research addresses production scheduling, especially in the field of robotic cell scheduling; supply chain management, focusing on the coordination of the manufacturing and delivery functions through scheduling; and currency supply chains in different countries. He has served as a consultant to industrial clients to improve their productivity and profitability. His papers have appeared in a number of journals, including INFORMS Journal on Computing, Manufacturing and Services Operations Management, Production and Operations Management, SIAM Review, and IIE Transactions. He is a member of INFORMS and of POMS, in addition to serving as a Senior Editor for Production and Operations Management.

Research Interests

Supply Chain Scheduling, Currency Supply Chains

Research

Title Year Type

Strategic Design for Remanufacturing: Analyzing the Complicating Factors for Multiple Lifecycle Products

IISE Transactions

2017 Article

Improving Remanufacturing Core Recovery and Profitability Through Seeding

Production and Operations Management

2018 Article

Improving Remanufacturing Core Recovery and Profitability Through Seeding

Production and Operations Management

2019 Article

Optimizing Logistics Operations in a Country's Currency Supply Network

IIE Transactions

2017 Article