Dr. Rossetti’s research is focused on the design, analysis and optimization of transportation, inventory, healthcare and manufacturing systems, using stochastic modeling, computer simulation, information systems, and heuristic modeling techniques. He teaches courses in the areas of probability modeling, discrete event simulation, object-oriented and database systems, transportation/logistics modeling, and inventory modeling. He serves as the Director of the Center for Excellence in Logistics and Distribution (CELDi) Dr. Rossetti joined the faculty in 1999.

Education:
Ph.D. Industrial and Systems Engineering (The Ohio State University)
M.S. Industrial and Systems Engineering (The Ohio State University)
B.S. Industrial Engineering (University of Cincinnati)

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