Assistant Professor of Management
Krannert School of Management
Professor Bisi’s teaching interests include statistics, management science, stochastic modeling, multivariate analysis, and forecasting. His current research focuses on inventory control, stochastic modeling, supply chain management, and production planning. His current publications include “The Censored Newsvendor and the Optimal Acquisition of Information” with Martin L. Puterman and Xiaomei Ding, Operations Research, (2002); “Average Cost Optimality for an Unreliable Two-Machine Flowshop with Limited Internal Buffer” with Ernst Presman, Suresh P. Sethi and Hanquin Zhang, Annals of Operations Research, (2000); and “Stability of Degenerate Diffusions with State-Dependent Switching” with Gopal K. Basak and Mrinal K. Ghosh, Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications, (1999). Prior to Krannert, Professor Bisi was a visiting assistant professor of management science at the A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management, University of California (2001-02). He received the COE-MITACS Postdoctoral Fellowship from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada (19992001). He is a member of INFORMS and MSOM.