University of California, Riverside

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Bajis Dodin

Professor of Operations & Supply Chain Management, Emeritus

Curriculum Vitae , updated 12/2012


Bajis Dodin joined UC Riverside's School of Business Administration in 1984 and has been a member of the faculty ever since.

His teaching and research focus on operations management (OM) and project management (PM). He uses operations research (OR) methods in solving practical as well as theoretical problems in the areas of scheduling and PM and their applications.

His publications have appeared in leading journals in the fields of OR and OM, including: Operations ResearchManagement Science, IIE Transactions, European Journal of Operational Research, and Accounting Review, among others.

His tenure at SoBA includes a number of administrative and faculty governance assignments, including: chairman of the business administration program for 11 years, associate dean for academic affairs (1996 to 2000), associate dean for the undergraduate business program (2000 to 2003 and 2007 to 2010), and chairman of the business school faculty. He has also served as director of the UC Education Abroad Program Center in Cairo from 2003 to 2006; and was a Fulbright Senior Scholar for the academic year 1993-1994.

Recent Scholarship


  • “Project Scheduling in Optimizing Integrated Supply Chain Operations,” (with A. A. Elimam), forthcoming in European Journal of Operational Research; 28 pages.
  •  “Scheduling and Financial Planning in Stochastic Activity Networks” (with A. A. Elimam), forthcoming in Essays in Production and Project Planning and Scheduling, scheduled for publication by Springer in 2013.
  •  “Decision Support for Disaster Management” (with E. Rolland,, R. Patterson, and K. Ward), in Operations Management Research, Volume 3, No. 1-2, 2010, pp. 68 - 80.


Papers Under Review

  • “Assignment and Loading of Liquid Chemicals to Ship Compartments,” (with A. A. Elimam, M. ElHafsi), Under revision for Operations Research. 28 manuscript pages.
  • “Simulation of Stochastic Activity networks,” (with A. A. Elimam); 24 pages under review in IIE Transactions.


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