Information Systems, Statistics and Management Science
Stochastic and deterministic scheduling, vehicle routing, mathematical modeling of production/operation problems, optimization.
Cornell University (B.A.), University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (M.S. and Ph.D.).
Dr. Mittenthal is currently the program coordinator for the MS in the Operations Management Program. He is actively involved in the Business Analytics Initiative in the Culverhouse College of Commerce, serving as a member of the organizing committee for the Business Analytics Symposium since 2012. Dr. Mittenthal is an active member of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Science (INFORMS). As a faculty adviser for Alabama Productivity Center projects, Dr. Mittenthal applies his expertise to real-world, practical problems, including work with Mercedes-Benz U.S. International. In addition to serving as a referee for scholarly journals, including Operations Research, Naval Research Logistics, European Journal of Operational Research and International Transactions in Operational Research, he is an Area Editor for Computers and Operations Research. Dr. Mittenthal is the author or co-author of more than 20 refereed journal articles in these and other publications.
Freeman, N.K., Melouk, S.H., and Mittenthal, J. (2015), A Scenario-Based Approach for Operating Theater Scheduling Under Uncertainty, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Published online in Articles in Advance 06 Nov 2015, http://dx.doi.org/10.1287/msom.2015.0557.
Freeman, N.K., Mittenthal, J., and Melouk, S.H. (2013), Parallel Machine Scheduling to Minimize Overtime and Waste Costs, IIE Transactions, 46 (6), 601-618.
Lam, M. and Mittenthal, J. (2013), Capacitated Hierarchical Clustering Heuristic for Multi Depot Location-Routing Problems, International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, 16 (5), 433-444.
Lam, M., Mittenthal, J., and Gray, B. (2009), The impact of stopping rules on hierarchical capacitated clustering in location routing problems, Academy of Information and Management Sciences, 12, 1, 13-28.
Stoumbos, Z. G., Mittenthal, J., and Runger, G. C. (2001), Steady-state optimal adaptive control charts based on variable sampling intervals, Stochastic Analysis and Applications, 19, 6,1025-1057.
Lawley, M. A. and Mittenthal J. (1999), Order Release and Deadlock Avoidance Interactions in Counter-Flow Optimization, International Journal of Production Research, 37, 13, 3043-3062.