Spring 2005 UMASS Amherst
Operations Research / Management Science Seminar Series

Date: Friday, March 25, 2005

Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Isenberg School of Management, Room 112

Speaker: Fuminori Toyasaki

Isenberg School of Management
University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Biography: Fuminori Toyasaki is a PhD student in Business Administration specializing in Management Science at the Isenberg School of Management at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He received a BS and an MS in Economics from Osaka University in Japan. From 1996 to 2001, he studied economic development and applied microeconomics from the perspective of spatial and temporal price and allocation models and computable general equilibrium models. His research interests include: reverse logistics, green logistics, environmental finance, supply chain management, environmental and resource economics, applied microeconomics, and microeconomic theory.

TITLE: Design for Global Sustainability
Abstract: This talk describes some recent research results regarding environmental decision-making from global supply chains networks to reverse production systems in the case of electronic recycling.
This series is organized by the UMASS Amherst INFORMS Student Chapter. Support for this series is provided by the Isenberg School of Management, the Department of Finance and Operations Management, and the John F. Smith Memorial Fund.

For questions, please contact the INFORMS Student Chapter President, Ms. Tina Wakolbinger, wakolbinger@som.umass.edu