Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University. Manufacturing and Operations Systems. 1996.
M.S. Carnegie Mellon University. Industrial Administration. 1993.
His research focuses on supply chain management and intersection of operational aspects with marketing and finance. This includes topics such as the value of information in coordinating the elements of supply chains, optimal design of production-inventory systems with capacity constraints, efficiency as a function of ownership within value chain analysis, and lead-time quotation. Recently his work extends to pricing in energy markets and effect of customer behavior on operational decisions.
X. Hu, I. Duenyas, and R. Kapuscinski, A Two-Location Inventory Transshipment Model with Uncertain Capacity, Operations Research. 56(4), 2008, 881-897.
W. Zhu, R. Kapuscinski, and S. Gavirneni, Periodic Flexibility, Information Sharing, and Supply Chain Performance, IIE Transactions. 42(3), 2010, 173-187.
H. Krishnan, R. Kapuscinski, and D. Butz, Quick Response and Retailer Effort, Management Science. 56(6), 2010, 962-977.
W. Shen, I. Duenyas, and R. Kapuscinski, New Product Diffusion Decisions under Supply Constraints, Management Science. 57(10), 2011, 1802-1810.
R. Parker and R. Kapuscinski, Managing a Non-Cooperative Supply Chain with Limited Capacity, Operations Research. 59(4), 2011, 866-881.