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Rosenblatt Lecture

Established in 2003, the Meir J. Rosenblatt Seminar Series brings together prominent thinkers and practitioners in the fields of technology, information, and manufacturing.



BCTIM-sponsored the Tenth Anuual Meir J. Rosenblatt Seminar Series
FALL 2013
Yossi Sheffi, Professor of Engineering Systems, Massachusetts Institute of Technology “Logistics Clusters: Delivering Value & Driving Growth.”
BCTIM-sponsored the Ninth Annual Meir Rosenblatt Seminar Series
FALL 2012

Stephen C. Graves, Abraham J. Siegel Professor of Management Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

"Joys and Challenges of Practice-Based Research"


Christopher S. Tang, Edward W. Carter Professor of Business Administration, University of California–Los Angeles

Emerging-Market Business Models With Micro-Entrepreneurs as Supply Chain Partners

Marshall L. Fisher, Professor of Operations & Information Management, University of Pennsylvania

"Retail Assortment Optimization"

Paul R. Kleindorfer, Paul Dubrule Professor of Sustainable Development, INSEAD, and Anheuser-Busch Professor of Management Science (Emeritus), University of Pennsylvania

Risk & Global Supply Chain Management

Boaz Golany, Professor in Industrial Engineering & Management department, Technion–Israel Institute of Technology

Evaluation, Selection & Control of Multiple R&D Projects

Steven Nahmias, Professor of Operations & Management Information Systems, Santa Clara University

The USGA Golf Handicapping System: Is It Fair?

Warren H. Hausman, Professor of Management Science & Engineering, Stanford University

RFID: Challenges & Opportunities in Supply Chain Management

Morris A. Cohen, Panasonic Professor of Manufacturing & Logistics, University of Pennsylvania

Trends & Developments of Emerging, Performance-Based Supply Chain Management

Hau L. Lee, Thoma Professor of Operations, Information & Technology, Stanford University Supply Chain Security & Disaster Management