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Mohamed G. Komaki, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor of Business Analytics

Marketing and Business Analytics
Contact
Office
McDowell Administration 315
Related Department
Marketing and Business Analytics
College Major
Systems Engineering
Year Graduated
2017

In 2018, Mohamed Komaki joined the Department of Marketing and Business Analytics as an assistant professor. He has published over fifteen peer-reviewed scholarly articles, where his interest in Decision Making Under Risk, Multi-Criteria Decision Making, and Energy Supply Chain have been his focus. Komaki stays motivated by making an effort to learn new skills yearly. He enjoys teaching at all levels, and his ultimate goal is to provide his students with an intuitive understanding of concepts. When Komaki is not busy with academic activities, he enjoys fishing or playing volleyball and soccer.

A Conversion with Dr. Komaki

What has been your favorite course to teach?

“My favorite course to teach is Business Analytic Programming that covers Python which is a general-purpose programming language. It can be applied in different fields such as data science, text mining, web and mobile application development, etc.”

Tell us about a project you are currently working on or recently completed.

“Recently I completed the feasibility study of the broadband internet implementation in the City of Farmersville. In this project, six students worked on the project and designed a survey, and collected data of residents and business owners’ expectations from the broadband internet. We also analyzed the cost of the broadband internet implementation. Our analyses helped the city to apply and receive a $2.5M grant to implement the broadband internet.”

Educational Background

  • Ph.D., Systems Engineering, Case Western Reserve University, 2017
  • M.S., Industrial Engineering, Mazandaran University of Science and Technology, 2010
  • B.S., Industrial Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, 2007

Academic Positions

  • Assistant Professor, Marketing and Business Analytics, TAMUC, 2018-Present
  • Graduate Research Assistant, Case Western Reserve University, 2012-2017

Awards and Honors

  • Best track paper award at the IEOM 2015 conference, Orlando, FL
  • Internship advisor award at Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2018
  • Academic Excellence from Case Western Reserve University, 2018

Research Interests

  • Optimization
  • Supply Chain
  • Risk

Professional Organizations

  • Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences
  • Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering and Operations Management
  • Production and Operations Management Society

Featured Courses

BUSA 1305 Business Computing Systems
BUSA 315 Data and Information Management
BUSA 423 Business Analytics Program
BUSA 424 Business Analytics Model
BUSA 526 Database Management

Selected Publications

  • B. Malakooti, M. Komaki, C. Al-Najjar, Basic Geometric Dispersion Theory of Decision Making Under Risk: Asymmetric Risk Relativity, New Predictions of Empirical Behaviors, and Risk Triad, Decision Analysis, https://doi.org/10.1287/deca.2019.0404
  • Komaki, M., Sheikh, S., & Malakooti, B. (2019). Flow shop scheduling problems with assembly operations: a review and new trends. International Journal of Production Research, 57(10), 2926-2955.
  • Sheikh, S., Komaki, M., Kayvanfar, V., & Teymourian, E. (2019). Multi-Stage assembly flow shop with setup time and release time. Operations Research Perspectives, 6, 100111.
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