Sergio G. Koreisha
1992-Present University of Oregon
2008 Hanyang University 2008 University of Queensland
2008 University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
2003 University of Queensland
1994 University of Auckland
1986-1992 University of Oregon
1987 Norwegian School of Economics & Business Adm
1986 University of Michigan
1980-1986 University of Oregon
1978-1982 Harvard University
1974-1976 The Clorox Company & Weyerhaueser
1972-1975 University of California
Responsible for all undergraduate and graduate programs and faculty of the College. Select, recommend and evaluate tenure, non-tenured, and adjunct faculty in accord with College policies. Encourage and promote faculty development. Promote research and scholarship within the faculty. Provide academic leadership for the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs to ensure program effectiveness and quality. Encourage, support and establish academic partnerships with other institutions. Participate in budget development and monitor budgets. Oversee the coordination of the scheduling of faculty, courses and facilities. Provide leadership for improvement of academic standing. Provide the day-to-day management of all academic units.
Philip H. Knight Professor and Head of Decision Sciences.
Responsibilities include recruiting, managing and mentoring faculty; teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in general statistics, time series, regression analysis and forecasting; advising students; conducting research in the areas of statistical modeling formulating college-wide plans and strategies; assisting with fund raising; and establishing working relationships and partnerships with companies to facilitate faculty research and to enrich the classroom experience for students with real-world interaction through class projects, internships, guest speakers, plant tours and simulations. Recipient of the Scharpf Outstanding Research Award, 2005. Directed the launching of the new undergraduate concentration in Information Systems and Operations Management, 2005. Initiated and orchestrated a $130,000 University of Oregon Educational Technology Grant (2006) to provide students with vital software necessary to succeed in the business environment. Invited to present a series of distinguished research lectures at the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce in Bangkok, 2006.
Charles Lundquist Research Scholar & Professor and Head of Decision Sciences.
Responsibilities included teaching undergraduate, graduate and executive education courses; advising students; conducting research in the areas of statistical modeling with special emphasis on time series forecasting methodologies and applications; and managing the department. Other responsibilities included administrative activities at the University level, fund raising; and consulting for private enterprises. Responsible for expanding departmental teaching and research domains into the field of management information systems. Appointed to the Knight Chair Professorship in Sept. 2004.
Hanyang University Business School
Seoul, South Korea
Taught analytical modeling techniques in the Global MBA Program; advised graduate students and faculty on research issues.
UQ Business School
Gave special lectures on forecasting issues to post graduate students; conducted research on econometrics; and presented research papers at other universities in Australia.
University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Taught PhD students econmetrics; advised graduate students and faculty on research issues.
UQ Business School
While on sabbatical leave from the
University of Oregon taught graduate courses on statistical methodology
for MBA students and re-evaluated curriculum. Conducted research on time series analysis
THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Responsibilities included teaching and conducting research in the fields of statistical modeling and production and operations management, and mathematical programming. Constructed the department's first web page ("http://lcb.uoregon.edu/dsc.html") which remains the basis for College's main page today. Developed electronic data base systems for identifying research interests and accomplishments of individual or group of faculty during any period of time since 1980, as well as the management system for the College's academic and professional support accounts. Awarded a Centro Nacional de Pesquisas (CNPq - Brazilian National Research Center) grant to conduct time series research at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1993. Recipient of a Lundquist College of Business grant to conduct research on new methods for estimation of Vector Autoregressive forecasting models, 1995. Recipient of the MBA student award for innovative teaching by means of technology, 1996. Voted by the MBA Student Association as the best first year professor; recipient of the PW Pipe Outstanding Faculty Award, 1997. Appointed chair of department, 1998.
THE UNIVERSITY OF AUCKLAND
Auckland, New Zealand
Visiting Professor.While on sabbatical leave from the University of Oregon taught graduate courses on statistical methodology for Executive MBA's and for Honours Programme students specializing in accounting and finance. Conducted research on time series analysis and forecasting.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON|
College of Business Administration
Charles H. Lundquist Research Scholar & Associate Professor of Decision Sciences.
Primary duties included teaching and research in the areas of forecasting, statistics, production and strategy, as well as participation in consulting and administrative functions. Instructor in Oregon Executive MBA (OEMBA) and Executive Management Programs. Recipient of the first senior faculty research award, 1988. Awarded a grant from the University of Tampere to conduct statistical research in multiple time series analysis in Finland, 1989. Voted by the First Year MBA Class as their best professor; recipient of the P.W. Pipe Outstanding Faculty Award, 1989. Graduate School of Management Research Fellow, 1989. Principal Investigator in a $51,000 Joint Statistical Agreement with the US Census Bureau to develop linear estimation methods and identification procedures for time series forecasting models, 1989-90. Invited participant to the International Workshop on Linear Models, Experimental Designs & Related Matrix Theory, Tampere, Finland, 1990. Appointed to the Charles H. Lundquist Chair as the research scholar, 1990. Awarded a $38,000 joint statistical contract with the US Census Bureau to study time series forecasting models, 1990-91. Invited speaker to the American Mathematical Society Research Conference on "Theory and Applications of Multivariate Time Series Analysis," Seattle, 1991. Recipient of a grant from the University of Tampere to conduct statistical research in Finland, June 1992. Invited to be keynote speaker at the 10th Brazilian Symposium on Probability and Statistics, August 1992. Recipient of a CNPq grant to conduct statistical research at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Promoted to full professor, 1992.
1989-1992 Research Director of the Lundquist Business Development Center. In charge of promulgating the research activities of the newly endowed $2 million center devoted to the study of entrepreneurship, small business development, and the processes which lead to the creation of new wealth.
THE NORWEGIAN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS
AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Graduate School of Business
Assistant Professor of
included teaching and
activities in the fields of management science,
econometrics, time series
analysis and energy modelling as well as maintaining
relations with industry in the form of applied educational research and
of the MBA Outstanding Professor
of the Year Award, 1982;
Woodard Research Fellowship, 1983;
University of Oregon support for statistical
research in Finland, 1984,
and at the Center for Multivariate Analysis
(University of Pittsburgh),
1985. Developed curriculum for the newly
Oregon Executive MBA Program. Promoted and tenured, 1986.
GRADUATE SCHOOL OF
Member of Energy Research Group. Analyzed energy policy models. Co-author of Energy Future: Report of the Energy Project at the Harvard Business School. (Random House, 1979). Other duties included presenting lectures at energy seminars, dissipating information to the press, consulting with private firms, and testifying before the US Senate Energy Committee.
in the initial study
of a project supported by the National Science Foundation to study the
development patterns of
of developing countries. The
work required travelling throughout Latin America to interview presidents and
vice-presidents of various companies. Other projects included: studying
development strategies of technology based corporations;
course material for the teaching of Box-Jenkins forecasting
techniques; constructing econometric models to test the effects of
Reviews (accounting factors) on patient length of stay in
Distribution and Planning Analyst.
Distribution and Planning Analyst.Responsibilities and projects included: preparing budgets and operational goals; analyzing new product feasibility in terms of logistics and operations considerations; determining the feasibility of establishing regional distribution centers and new plant sites; developing Time Series forecasting models for shipments of bleach.
El Cerrito, California
1974-1975 Founding partner of firm which provided
services in the areas of
management, forecasting, planning and scheduling, and reliability
Coos Bay, Oregon
Industrial Engineer. Projects included: the
determination of a
new material mix which would make sawmill and
plywood operations run more
efficiently; the redesign of the log storage pond;
establishment of a raw material input system for
the plant complex; and computer simulations of profit
changes in log allocation.
Industrial Engr. & Operations Research
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Industrial Engr. & Operations Research