Lotfi Tadj

Assistant Professor, Silberman College of Business, Department of Information Systems and Decision Sciences

Started August 15, 2013

Educational Credentials: Ph.D., Florida Institute of Technology (1993); M.Sc., Carnegie-Mellon University (1986); B.Sc., Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediène (1983)

Professional Experience: Lotfi Tadj has taught mathematics, statistics, operations research, and operations management at the Université des Science et de la Technologie Houari-Boumediène in Algeria (1987 – 1990), Florida Institute of Technology (1991 – 1993) and Brevard Community College in the US (1993 – 1995), King Saud University in Saudi Arabia (1995 – 2007), American University in Dubai (2008 – 2010), Saint Mary’s University and Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia (2010 – 2013), and the International School of Management in France (2009).

Research interests: Lotfi Tadj’s research interests are in the areas of queueing theory, inventory theory, optimal control theory, reliability theory, and statistical inference.


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