Advisor: Dr. Julie S. Ivy
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- Office: 4330 Fitts-Woolard Hall
Tanzid Hasnain is a Ph.D. student at NC State’s Edward P. Fitts Department of ISE focusing on Systems Analytics and Optimization.
Tanzid’s research focuses on the tradeoff between assortment breadth vs. depth for a fixed shelf capacity environment, if we increase the number of varieties for any given product, we may be able to increase demand, but in the meantime, it may increase the replenishment cost due to the reduced number of items per variety. We are trying to determine the optimal breadth or number of varieties for the said tradeoff.
|Expected Graduation||2022 | Spring|
|BSIPE||Bachelor of Science in Industrial & Production Engineering||Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology||2015|
Discover more about Tanzid Hasnain
- Elicitation of Preference among Multiple Criteria in Food Distribution by Food Banks
- Hasnain, T., Sengul Orgut, I., & Ivy, J. S. (2021, October 22), PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT. https://doi.org/10.1111/poms.13551