I am a professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering and co-director of the Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation at Lehigh University.  My main research interests lie in the area of supply chain management, especially models for the design and operation of robust and reliable supply chains, and in optimization models for energy systems such as Smart Grids. I am a member of the Integrated Networks for Electricity (INE) research cluster, the Power from Oceans, Rivers, and Tides (PORT) Lab and the Computational Optimization Research at Lehigh (COR@L) laboratory.


My textbook, Fundamentals of Supply Chain Theory, co-authored with Max Shen, was published by Wiley in August, 2011. The second edition was published in July, 2019.

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Larry Snyder
Professor, Dept. of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Director, Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation
Lehigh University
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