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Ekaterina Koromyslova

Ekaterina Koromyslova

Title

Assistant Professor

Office Building

Solberg Hall

Office

216B

Mailing Address

Solberg Hall 216B
Construction & Operations Management-Box 2223
University Station
Brookings, SD 57007

Education

Ph.D. in Economics, Saratov State Technical University (Russia), 2007
M.S. in Operations Management, South Dakota State University, 2014
M.S. in Business Economics and Management, Saratov State Technical University (Russia), 2004
B.S. in Business Economics and Management, Saratov State Technical University (Russia), 2004

Academic Interests/Expertise

Operation Management
Supply Chain Management
Cost Analysis

Academic Responsibilities

Undergraduate:
OM 240 Decision Making Processes in Management
OM 425 Operations and Production Management
OM 463 Supply Chain Management
MNET 460 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Graduate:
MNET 560 Manufacturing Cost AnalysisOM 563 Supply Chain Management
OM 660 Operations Management
OM 670 Research Methods in Management
GE 788 Master's Research Project
GE 798 Thesis

Professional Memberships

Professional Association for Supply Chain Management (APICS)
Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE)

Work Experience

Academic Experience:
Assistant Professor, South Dakota State University, 2013- present
Graduate Teaching Assistant, South Dakota State University, 2012-2013
Adjunct Professor, Moscow Transport Institute (Russia), 2007-2009
Instructor, Saratov State Technical University (Russia), 2004-2007

Industry Experience:
Deputy Head of the Customer Relationship Department, Holding “STS Logistics” (Russia), 2008-2011
Analyst-Consultant, Holding “STS Logistics” (Russia), 2007-2008
Accountant, School of Drivers at Saratov State Technical University (Russia), 2004-2007

Area(s) of Research

Supply Chain Management (Procurement and Supplier Relationship Management)
Cost Analysis and Management
Continuous Improvement of Teaching

Applications of Research

Publications and Presentations:
1) Koromyslova, E., Hall, T.J.K., & Garry, B. (2017). Continuous improvement of teaching via peer and administrator observations. Proceedings of the 2017 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition. AC 2017-18213. Columbus, OH
2) Koromyslova, E. (2016). A statistical-based framework for predicting supplier’s behavior to quality requirement changes in supply chain. Presentation at the Eastern South Dakota regional meeting of the American Society for Quality, February 18, 2016.
3) Koromyslova, E., Garry, B. (2016). Problem-based learning in a supply chain management course. Proceedings of the 2016 ASEE Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA, June 2016. (peer-refereed).
4) Koromyslova, E., Visser, J. (2015). A statistical-based framework for predicting supplier’s behavior to quality requirement changes in supply chain. iBusiness, 7, 137-142. (peer-refereed). Presented at ATMAE Annual Conference, November 13, 2015
5) Hatfield, G., Koromyslova, E. (2015). Implementing a decentralized budget model in a university department: an applied activity-based approach using R. Proceedings of the 2015 IEMS Conference, Cocoa Beach, FL, March 2015, 9-16. (peer-refereed)
6) Koromyslova, E. (2014). Applied activity-based budgeting model for a university department within decentralized budgeting. Presentation at INFORMS Annual Meeting, November 13, 2014, San Francisco, CA
7) Koromyslova, E., Steinlicht, C. (2014). Development of an Integrated Cost Management System for Small Businesses. The Journal of Management and Engineering Integration, 7(1), 31-39 (peer-refereed). Presented at IEMS Conference, March 22-24, 2014.
8) Koromyslova, E., Steinlicht, C. (2013). Effective Cost Reduction. Presentation at I-29 Manufacturer’s Conference, November 5, 2013, Brookings, SD.

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