Dr. John J. Hasenbein's Biography

Dr. John J. Hasenbein is an Associate Professor at the University of Texas at Austin in the Graduate Program in Operations Research and Industrial Engineering within the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

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Research Interests

  • Stochastic fluid networks and stochastic programming
  • Fluid holding cost algorithms, linear and nonlinear approximations
  • Game-theoretic queueing models and pricing
  • Scheduling multiclass networks and jobshops via fluid approximations
  • Stability of multiclass fluid and queueing networks
  • Scheduling and analyis of semiconductor wafer fabs, predictive maintenance
  • Large deviations of reflected Brownian motion, associated variational problems
  • Queueing applications of Markov decision processes

Postions Held

  • Associate Professor, September 2005 - Present
    Assistant Professor, September 1998 - August 2005
  • Graduate Program in OR/IE
    University of Texas at Austin
  • NSF International Research Fellow and Visiting Professor
    CIMAT - Centro de Investigación en Matemáticas
    Probability and Statistics Group
    Guanajuato, GTO, Mexico
    June 1999 - December 1999


  • Ph.D. in Operations Research (Stochastics). School of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
    Georgia Institute of Technology, September 1998.
  • GM.S. in Operations Research. School of Industrial and Systems Engineering,
    Georgia Institute of Technology, Spring 1995.
  • GB.S. in Systems Science and Mathematics. Washington University, St. Louis. Spring 1991.

Editorial Positions

  • Associate Editor, Operations Research, January 2007 - present
  • Associate Editor, Queueing Systems, January 2008 - present
  • Topical Editor, Wiley Encyclopedia on Operations Research and Management Science, July 2008 - June 2013
  • Associate Editor, IIE Transactions on Operations Engineering and Analysis, January 2009 - present
  • Editor, 2010 Tutorials in Operations Research
  • Area Editor (Stochastic Networks and Queues), Opearations Research Letters, January 2012 - present