Category: Canan Gunes Corlu
The global economy has made navigating complex international networks more essential to businesses than ever and, according to Supply Chain Management Graduate Certificate program faculty director Dr. Canan Gunes Corlu, the management skills required for a career in this arena are now at an increased premium.
Dr. Corlu told Boston.com that qualified professionals with the skills and training to manage global supply chains “are in short supply,” and that opportunities in the field are growing, making it an opportune time to pursue the 16-credit certificate offered on campus, online, and in a blended format at Metropolitan College.
Read the Boston.com article, published in coordination with the Knowledge Connection initiative, for more.
Dr. Canan Gunes Corlu, a MET assistant professor in the Department of Administrative Sciences and faculty coordinator to the Applied Business Analytics programs, authored a paper that has been accepted for publication in a highly prestigious scientific journal.
Dr. Corlu’s paper, “Empirical Distributions of Daily Equity Index Returns: A Comparison,” will see publication in the pages of Expert Systems with Applications, which is rated as the top journal in the field of Artificial Intelligence by Google Scholar.
“Subset Selection for Simulations Accounting for Input Uncertainty,” a paper by Assistant Professor of Administrative Sciences Canan Gunes Corlu (who also serves as faculty coordinator for MET’s applied business analytics programs), was accepted for publication in the proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference. During the conference, which took place in Huntington Beach, Calif., Professor Corlu chaired the session on Accounting for Input Uncertainty in Stochastic Simulations.