Demet Batur

Associate Professor
Supply Chain Management and Analytics
HLH 511 J
P.O. Box 884114
Lincoln, NE 68588-4114
(402) 472-0935
dbatur@unl.edu
Demet Batur Photo
Education
  • Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • M.S., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • B.S., Industrial Engineering, Marmara University, Istanbul, Turkey
Areas of Expertise
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Decision Sciences
  • Systems Simulation Modeling and Analysis
Appointments
  • Associate Professor, 2019
  • Assistant Professor, 2011
Vita
CV_DemetBatur.pdf
Biography

Dr. Demet Batur earned her Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. She joined the College of Business in 2011 with expertise in supply chain management; decision sciences; and systems simulation and analysis. Her teaching focuses on supply chain decision making models and supply chain risk management.

Selected Publications/Articles
Grants and Research Awards
  • SpecEES: CoSeC-RAN: Cognitive Secure Cloud RAN for Efficient Spectrum Sharing
    Sponsor: National Science Foundation (CNS-1731833)
    PIs: M.C. Vuran (UNL Lead PI), E. Ekici (OSU PI)
    UNL Co-PIs: Q. Yan, D. Batur, J. Ryan
    Project period: Oct. 2017–Sept. 2020
    Budget: $600,000 (UNL portion $435,399)
  • Collaborative Research: Cog-TV: Business and Technical Analysis of Cognitive Radio TV Sets for Enhanced Spectrum Access
    Sponsor: National Science Foundation (CNS-1247941)
    PIs: M.C. Vuran (UNL Lead PI), E. Ekici (OSU PI)
    UNL Co-PI: D. Batur
    Project period: Jan. 2013–Dec. 2016
    Budget: $462,518 (UNL portion $283,879)
  • Optimization-via-simulation with Stochastic Dominance
    Sponsor: Constance Miriam and Ethel Corrine Syford Memorial Fund, Research Council, UNL
    PI: D. Batur
    Co-PI: F. Choobineh
    Project period: Jan. 2011–Dec. 2011
    Budget: $2,500
  • Optimizing Transportation for a Nebraska Ethanol Plant
    Sponsor: Aurora Cooperative, Nebraska
    PI: E. Jones
    Co-PI: D. Batur
    Project period: Jul. 2010–Jul. 2011
    Budget: $5,000
  • Cost-Effective Optimal Deployment Techniques for Wireless Underground Sensor Networks
    Sponsor: Maude Hammond Fling Faculty Interdisciplinary Research Fellowship, Research Council, UNL
    PI: M.C. Vuran
    Co-PIs: D. Batur, F. Choobineh
    Project period: Jan. 2010–Dec. 2010
    Budget: $19,561