MSOM 2006

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Assessing the needs of the working poor during a pandemic
Terrence M. (Terry) O'Sullivan, PhD
Cranfield University, UK

The Impact of Gender on Humanitarian Logistics
Peter Tatham
University of Akron

Relationship Building in Humanitarian Relief Supply Chains: A Research Agenda
Paul Larson
University of Manitoba

V2V: Design of A Blood Flow System
Adebola Osuntogun
Georgia Tech

An Analysis of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
Canan Gunes

Improving the Pan American Health Organization’s Vaccine Supply Chain
Jesica Heier
Georgia Tech

Investigating the Effects of Partnerships on Local Health Departments Preparedness
Sergey Sotnikov

Using the Internet to Communicate Disaster Information to Individuals with Disabilities and Chronic Illness
Owen Kulemeka
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

WFP Supply Chain Reoptimization
James Wade and Lawrence Lee
Georgia Tech

Investigating the Use of Intermodal Transportation in Humanitarian Supply Chains
Lesley Strawderman
Missisipi State University

Carlo Davila Payan

A web based system for homeless shelters
Abisheak Iyer
Georgia Tech

Efficient Utilization of Mobile Facilities in Humanitarian Logistics
Russell Halper

Mass Casualty Behavior Triage (MCBT): A Model for Efficient, Rapid, Mass Casualty Disaster Behavior Health Triage
PeJaze Havice
Colorado Medical Society

Planning for Pandemic- Quarantine, Isolation and Social Distancing: Behavioral Health

Community Based Approach for Natural Disaster Management in Sri Lanka
Pb Dharmesane
Sri Lanka - Consultant

Reliable and Low-cost Mobile Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
Ashwin Paranjpe
Georgia Tech

Sociocultural Considerations for Resource Allocation Models of HIV Prevention Methods
Rupa Valdez
University of Wisconson - Madison

Application of Voronoi Based Heuristic for Facility Location in Disasters
Miguel Jaller

An analysis of the immediate resource requirements after Hurricane Katrina: Policy implications for disaster response

Private Industry Case Studies in Humanitarian Logistics
Monica Villareal
Georgia Tech

Debris collection Operations
Monica and Antonio
Georgia Tech

Estimating Material Convergence: Flow of Donations for Hurricane Katrina
Lisa Destro

Supply chain process review in NGO operation (country level)
Moin Islam
Georgia Tech

Emergency logistics issues impacting the response to Hurricane Katrina
Noel Perez

Engineers without borders: Providing Technical Assistance to Mungoa-goa, Cameroon: Site Assessment Trip
Angela Rice
Georgia Tech

Analysis of MSF-Spain stock levels for on-going projects and the option of creating a new distribution center in East Africa
Maria Laura Varela
MIT Zaragoza

Monitoring Blood Supply Safety in Developing Regions
Syephen Thomas

Luyi Gui and Kael Stilp
Georgia Tech

Towards a Research Agenda for Aollaborative crisis Response Management
Ulrike Lechner
Universität der Bundeswehr München

Heuristics for Emergency Response Supply Chains
Erica Gralla

Decision-support for Mass Vaccination During a Pandemic Influenza Using Agent-based Modeling
Jay Schindler
Northrop Grumman Corporation

UNHCR: Design of a Centrally Managed Stockpiling System to Support Refugees and IDPs
Patricio Bichara
Georgia Tech

CARE: Pre-positioning Relief Supplies
Marco Gutierrez
Georgia Tech

Three Central Stockpiles for 33 Million Beneficiaries: UNHCR’s
Jessica Mccoy

Medshare International Environmental Sustainability
Corey Johnson
Georgia Tech

A Decision Model for Volunteer Management in Humanitarian Organizations
Mauro Falasca
Virginia Tech

Study of Deworming Gifts-In-Kind Logistics
Jackie Griffin
Georgia Tech

A Dynamic Distribution Model for Hurricane Relief
Desiree Tejada
Florida International UniversitY