PhD, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1978. Operations research.
MS, Carnegie-Mellon University, 1976. Operations research.
MS, Ohio University, 1974. Industrial and systems engineering.
BS, Ohio University, 1969. Mathematics.
Applications of operations research methods to industrial problems. Simulation of production/service facilities as teaching tool.
Consulted in the areas of strategic planning and scheduling for Owens-Corning Fiberglas, Libbey-Owens-Ford, LTV Steel, USX and Sumitomo Metals Ltd. Also consulted in other areas for Paine Webber, EDS, Whirlpool and NASA.
C. Martin, F. Huq, T. Hale and Q. Wiley: “Drop Lot Locations on a Supply Chain”. To appear in World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research.
Huq, F., Martin, C., Cutright, K., and Hale, T.: "A sensitivity analysis procedure for Bayesian decision making", International Journal of Decision Sciences, Risk and Management, Volume 1, Number 1/2 (2009).
C. Martin: “A Hybrid Genetic Algorithm/Mathematical Programming Approach to the Multi-Family Flow Shop Scheduling Problem with Lot Streaming”. Omega, The International Journal of Management Science, Volume 37, Issue 1 (February 2009), pp. 126-137.
OMLS, Operations Management Learning Simulation, published by THOMSON Learning, ISBN: 0-324-15997-8, with Professor and Associate Dean Ken Cutright.
"A Simulation Based on Goldratt's Matchstick-die Game" to appear in Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education.
"Ohio University's College of Business Uses Integer Programming to Schedule Classes," Interfaces, Vol. 34, No. 6 (November-December 2004), pp. 460-465.
"Employee scheduling and makespan minimization in a flow shop with multi-processor work stations: A case study," with O’Bleness Professor of Management Faizul Huq and Professor and Associate Dean Ken Cutright, Omega, The International Journal of Management Science, Volume 32, Issue 2, Pages 121-129 (April 2004).
Dr. Martin grew up in the neighborhood of Ohio University in nearby Wellston, Ohio. He earned a BS degree in Mathematics and an MS degree in Industrial & Systems Engineering at Ohio University. Subsequently, he completed MS and Ph. D. degrees in Operations Research from the Graduate School of Industrial Administration at Carnegie-Mellon University. He served on the faculty of the Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering at Ohio State University before coming to Ohio University in 1985. He has served as a consultant to several companies in the areas of production planning, scheduling, forecasting and facility configuration including LTV Steel, Sumitomo Metals, USX Steel, Whirlpool Corporation, Owens-Corning Fiberglas and Technology Group International. He has also consulted with NASA, Paine Webber and EDS Deutschland. He has been granted five patents.