Dr. Amir Hormonzi

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Professor of Operations Management

Office: OCNR 325

Phone: (361) 825-6016
Email: amir.hormozi@tamucc.edu

Education

Ph.D. Operations Management: University of Houston, 1987
B.S. Business: Tehran Business College, 1972

 

Joined the faculty in 1994

  • Research Interests: Operations/manufacturing strategy, project management, remanufacturing, and quality and environmental issues.
  • Teaching Interests: Production and operations management, manufacturing planning and control, project management, management science

Biography 

Amir M. Hormozi earned his Ph.D. in operations management from the University of Houston.  He has a total of 21 refereed journal articles and 72 refereed proceedings in areas of operations/manufacturing strategy, quality, environmental issues, and etc. Dr. Hormozi has served in several high capacity academic and business related positions. He is past chair of national remanufacturing group of APICS.   Past member of national repetitive manufacturing group of APICS.  Past president of the Detroit Chapter of APICS.  Academically, he has served in positions such as program chair for INFORMS, track chair for National Decision Sciences Institute, PhD dissertation consortium chair for Production Operations Society, Conference chair for Remanufacturing SIG conference, and etc.  Dr. Hormozi has over 30 years of experience in training and implementation of manufacturing planning and control systems and in the past has consulted for a variety of for-profit and not-for-profit organizations.

Selected Publications

  • Hormozi, Amir, “Means of Transportation in the Next Generation of Supply Chain,” SAM Advanced Management Journal, Winter 2013Vol. 78, No. 1, pp.42-49

  • Hormozi, Amir, “Part Identification:  Numbering Systems and Tracking Issues,” Advances in Competitive Research, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2006, pp. 61-76

  • Hormozi, Amir, “Part Identification:  Numbering Systems and Tracking Issues,” Advances in Competitive Research, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2006, pp. 61-76

  • Taj, Shahram; Hormozi, Amir; and Mirshab, Bahman, "Undergraduate Academic Teaching and Manufacturing Industry Requirements:  A Comparative Analysis," Interfaces, May-June 1996, Vol. 26, pp. 51-57

  • Hormozi, Amir; Khumawala, Basheer, "An Improved Algorithm for Solving a Multi-period Facility Location Problem," IIE Transactions, February 1996, Vol. 28, pp. 105-114

 

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