Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
University of Southern California
3715 McClintok Avenue GER 206
Los Angeles, CA 90089
I am a Ph.D candidate in the Daniel J. Epstein Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Southern California. My dissertation topic focuses on consolidation and cooperation of perishable products in the agriculture industry. I expect to graduate in May 2014.
C. Nguyen, A. Toriello, M. Dessouky and J. Moore. Evaluation of Transportation Practices in the California Cut Flower Industry. Interfaces 43:182-193, 2013.
C. Nguyen, M. Dessouky and A. Toriello. Near-Optimal Transportation and Fair Cost Allocation with Perishable Products. University of Southern California. (To be submitted by November, 2013)
Consolidation Policies for the Shipping of Perishable Products
INFORMS Annual Conference. Minneapolis, MN. 10/2013. (Presenter)
I-NUF Conference. Long Beach, CA. 10/2013. (Presenter)
Near-Optimal Transportation with Perishable Products
INFORMS Annual Conference. Phoenix, AZ. 11/2012. (Presenter)
METRANS Student Research Showcase. 3/6/2013. (Presenter)
Evaluating Transportation Practicies in the California Cut Flower Industry.
METRANS Seminar Series, University of Southern California, Los Angeles CA. 09/2011. (With Maged Dessouky, Alejandro Toriello and James Moore II).
INFORMS Annual Conference. Charlotte, NC. 11/2011 (Presenter)
Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) Annual Conference. Orlando, FL. 05/2012. (Presenter)