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Dr. Fazle Baki is a Professor and Associate Dean at Odette. His research on Manufacturing received several Discovery Grants from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council. He is cross-appointed with the Mechanical, Automotive and Materials Engineering (MAME). His post-doctoral fellows, PhD, MASc, and undergraduate thesis students are well placed. PhD students obtained tenure-track appointments in Canada and USA.
Dr. Baki’s research articles have appeared in European Journal of Operational Research, Omega, IEEE Transactions of Engineering Management, Operations Research Letters, Journal of the Operational Research Society, International Journal of Production Research, Computers and Operations Research, Computers and Industrial Engineering, Interfaces, Expert Systems with Applications, Journal of Manufacturing System, Health Care Management Science, and International Transactions in Operational Research.
Dr. Baki has served on the Board of Governors as a Senate representative. He served several boards of non-profit and charitable organizations and committees of the city and police services.
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Jan 2015 - Present
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