Eva D. Regnier, Associate Professor
Eva D. Regnier, is an Associate Professor of Decision Science in the Defense Resources Management Institute of the Naval Postgraduate School. She received a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering in 2001 and a M.S. in Operations Research in 1999 from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and her B.S. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1992. She was a U.S. Department of Energy Integrated Manufacturing Predoctoral Fellow 1997-2000 and was awarded the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship in 1997. Dr. Regnier's research focuses on decision problems in which the relevant uncertainties are difficult to characterize in a decision-relevant form. Currently, she is working at the interface between meteorology and decision sciences, with particular application to hurricane decision-making, and investigating the impact of energy and biomass price dynamics on production economics.
Curriculum Vitae (.pdf)
Regnier, E.D., Simon, J.A., Nussbaum, D.A. & Whitney, L.K. (2014) The Fuel Multiplier in Fuel Supply Logistics. Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation. Forthcoming.
Regnier, E.D. & Shechter, S.M. (2013) Lumping and sampling error in Markov models of disease progression. Statistics in Medicine 32(22):3862-3880.
Slootmaker, L.A., Regnier, E.D., Hansen, J.A., & Lucas, T.W. (2013) User Focus and Simulation Improve Predictions of Piracy Risk. Interfaces 43(3):256-267.
Regnier, E.D. (2011) Evacuation Planning. Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science.
Regnier, E.D. (2008). Public Evacuation Decisions and Hurricane Track Uncertainty. Management Science 54(1): 16-28.
Regnier, E.D. (2007). Oil and Energy Price Volatility. Energy Economics 29(3): 405-427.
Regnier, E., Sharp, G. and Tovey, C. (2004). Optimal Asset Replacement under Ongoing Technological Progress. IIE Transactions 36(6): 497-508.
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