Subhash C. Sarin currently holds the Paul T. Norton Endowed Professorship in the Grado Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Virginia Tech. He has made research contributions in production scheduling, sequencing, applied mathematical programming, and analyzing and designing algorithms for the operational control of manufacturing systems. Sarin has published over a hundred papers in the Industrial Engineering and Operations Research journals and has co-authored three books in the production scheduling area. He has been recognized with several prestigious awards at the university, state, and national levels for his research work, teaching, service, and advising.
Sarin received his Ph.D. from N. C. State in 1978 in industrial engineering and operations research. Before that, he received an M.S. in industrial engineering from Kansas State University and a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Delhi.
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