Assistant Professor of Management
Supply Chain and Operations Management
Andy Lin is an Assistant Professor of Management in the Supply Chain & Operations Management area at Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business, Purdue University. Before he joined the Daniels School of Business, he earned his Ph.D. in Operations Management
from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business under the mentorship of Professor Kevin Shang and Professor Peng Sun. He focused his doctoral research on dynamic pricing and revenue management for queueing systems within congestion-prone supply
chains and service operations.
His research primarily focuses on developing optimal dynamic control policies in queueing systems. His work has been published in the renowned journal Management Science, and he has presented his research at prestigious conferences such as the INFORMS Annual Meeting, MSOM Conference, and POMS Annual Conference. Notably, he was honored with the Student Paper Award in 2021 from the POMS College of Sustainable Operations.
His expertise centers on formulating effective strategies for managing congestion and bolstering operational efficiency within supply chain and service operations. He is devoted to enriching academia and offering valuable insights to industry professionals. As an Assistant Professor at Purdue University, he continues to drive the boundaries of Operations Management through his research, teaching, and engagement with the academic and industrial communities.
Office: KRAN 428