Dr. Armagan Bayram is an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering at University of Michigan – Dearborn. She worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences at Northwestern University. She received her Ph.D. in Management Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and M.S. and B.S. degrees in Industrial Engineering from Istanbul Technical University. Dr. Bayram’s research interests include the development of stochastic models and solution methods for capacity and resource allocation problems. Of particular interest are stochastic optimization and dynamic programming models that involve nonprofit and healthcare applications. Dr. Bayram’s honors and awards include several Best Paper Awards, including a Finalist Award in the 2013 INFORMS Doing Good with Good OR Paper Competition and an Honorable Mention in 2013 INFORMS Section on Public Programs, Services and Needs Best Paper Award.
Development of stochastic models and solution methods for resource allocation problems. Of particular interest are stochastic optimization models that involve societal, community based applications and healthcare applications.
A. Bayram, S. Solak, M. Johnson, "Stochastic Models for Strategic Resource Allocation in Nonprofit Foreclosed Housing Acquisitions," European Journal of Operational Research, 233 (1),pp. 246-262 (2014)
A. Bayram, S. Solak, "Decision Modeling for Foreclosed Property Acquisition by Nonprofits in the United States," International Transactions in Operational Research, 21 (3), pp. 501-524 (2014)
A. Bayram, S. Solak, “Offer or No Offer: Managing Foreclosed Housing Acquisition Portfolios in Societal Response to Foreclosures,” under 3rd round of review (2016)
"Managing Virtual Appointments in Chronic Care" with S.Deo, S. Iravani and K. Smilowitz, working paper "Selecting a Winning Team: Dynamic Portfolio Management for surgical Team Allocation in Robotic Surgery", with S. Solak, working paper