Ph.D., Case Western Reserve University, 2005; M.Sc., University of Patras, Patras, Greece, 1999; B.Sc., University of Patras, Patras, Greece, 1997.
Pricing policies, options, and capacity management in services operations; process analysis, queueing, leader-follower games.
Printezis A., Adegoke O. "Flexible Options for Service Operations" - Under 2nd review for the International Journal of Production Economics.
Printezis A., Burnetas A. "The Effect of Discounts on Optimal Pricing for a Two-Class Queue" - Under review for OR Spectrum.
Mohan S., Printezis A., Li Q. "Optimization of Scheduling and Capacity Planning in Catheterization Labs" - To be submitted to Computers and IE.
Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Member, 2006-2008; CPIQ (Center for Productivity, Innovation and Quality) Planning Committee, 2007-2008; Ad-hoc reviewer for Operations Research Spectrum, 2008, 2009, International Journal of Production Research 2007, 2008.
Corporate and Public Sector Leadership
Quality Control Engineer, PepsiCo., Athens, Greece, 1999-2000.
Mohan S., Printezis A., Mohammad F. A. "Improving Quality of Service in Web-based Applications: The Effects of Resource Locking on Capacity Planning" - International Journal of Operational Research - In print (2009).
Gopalakrishnan M., LaPorte T., Mohan S., Printezis A. "Improving the Utilization of Catheterization Labs at Scottsdale Healthcare" - Interfaces - In print (2009).
Printezis A., Burnetas A., "Priority Option Pricing in an M/M/m Queue" - Operations Research Letters - In Print (2008) and online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.orl.2008.07.001.
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SCM 300 - Global Supply Operations
Resources and information to create and deliver products globally. Interfirm systems and industry supply chains. Customer, producer, and employee perspectives.
SCM 485 - Business and Sustainability II
Exposes students to a variety of ideas, concepts, theories, and models concerning sustainable technologies. Students learn to apply a systematic research process in order to assess a technology with potentially positive sustainability attributes; perform hotspot analysis on a technology in order to understand key environmental and social issues; forecast the future of a sustainable technology through application of technology forecasting models; predict how sustainable technologies are likely to get successfully adopted and diffused.