The underlying economic complementarity and the corresponding structure of optimal policies or efficient heuristics for joint supply chain operations such as inventory replenishment, pricing, bundling, assortment and assembly, especially when a seller offers a mix of multiple economic complements and substitutes to the market
2016 MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Program, Ph.D. in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
2002 Seoul National University, Department of Industrial Engineering, M.Sc.
2000 Seoul National University, Department of Industrial Engineering, B.Sc.
2007.2~2009.2 i2 Technologies (Consultant in Supply Chain Optimization)
2002.1~2006.9 IBM Global Business Services (Consultant in Supply Chain Innovation)