Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences

Rodgers, Mark

Title: Assistant Professor
Department / Research Program: Rutgers Business School – Department of Supply Chain Management
Email: mrodgers@business.rutgers.edu
Phone: 973-353-1287 (office) | 732-570-1653 (cell)
Detailed Profile: https://markrodgersphd.com/
Research Areas: Energy Policy and Economics, Energy Resource Management, Risk and portfolio Analysis, Power systems planning, Generation expansion planning, Human health externalities, Intermittency of renewables, Power grid disruption and resilience
Energy Research Focus: Applying operations research models to determine the best investment strategy to expand the electric power grid that minimizes total societal costs including market cost and health damages. I also apply similar models to study how to expand capacity to mitigate disruption and intermittency of renewable sources.

Zhao, Yao

Title: Associate Professor
Department / Research Program: Supply Chain Management and Marketing Sciences
Email: yaozhao@andromeda.rutgers.edu
Phone: 973-353-5017
Detailed Profile: http://zhao.rutgers.edu/
Research Areas: Energy Policy and Economics, Energy Resource Management, Risk and portfolio Analysis
Energy Research Focus: Strategic planning and supply chain management for energy infrastructure; cost and benefit analysis, resource allocation and political gaming; risk analysis and energy portfolio management for energy security, economic prosperity and environmental sustainability.

Lyons, Kevin

Title: Associate Professor
Department / Research Program: Associate Director Rutgers Energy Institute, Rutgers Business School/Supply Chain Management, Supply Chain Archaeology Lab
Email: klyons@rutgers.edu
Phone: 973-353-3347
Detailed Profile: http://business.rutgers.edu/faculty-research/directory/lyons-kevin
Research Areas: Supply Chain, Supply Chain Archaeology, Energy Supply Chains, Waste Management, Recycling, Waste Archaeology
Energy Research Focus: Understanding embedded and embodied energy, GHG and other environmental, social and economic impacts of producing products and services in global supply chains using supply chain archaeology field research.

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