Kwon Gi Mun’s research in supply chain management focuses on energy system based modeling, energy policy, dynamic pricing in air cargo market, integration of supply chain management with project management, and applications in healthcare industry. His research interests also include combinatorial optimization, and inventory management. He is the recipient of Honorable Mention of the 2014 student paper competition in the INFORMS NJ Chapter. He is a reviewer of a major journal of this area, Annals of Operations Research.
He teaches supply chain management and core operations management courses for undergraduate, master, and MBA at Silberman College of Business. Prior to joining Fairleigh Dickinson University, he taught at Rutgers Business School. He is currently a joint PhD candidate in Operations Research and Supply Chain Management at Rutgers University, and received his M.A, for University of Missouri-Columbia, and B.A. from Ajou University, Korea. He was also an IUDC visiting PhD student at the Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science in Columbia University. He previously worked at the Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and a global organization, GS1 (Global Standard 1). He has also participated as a volunteer in a campaign, Habitat for Humanity for 12 years.