Faculty Profile

David Nowicki, PhD

ADJUNCT PROFESSOR *
Email: dnowicki@stevens.edu
Resume
School:  School of Systems & Enterprises
Department:  School of Systems and Enterprises
Education
  • Ph.D. (Industrial and Systems Engineering)University of Wisconsin Thesis Title: Optimization Models in Support of Performance Based Logistics (PBL) Contracts
  • M.S. (Industrial Engineering Operations Research)
    Virginia Tech
  • B.S. (Industrial Engineering Operations Research)
    University of Wisconsin
Research
  • Applying advanced analytical techniques to solve Supply Chain Management problems from a Systems Engineering context
  • Performance Based Logistics modeling and multi-asset optimization
  • Reliability Theory
  • Spares Optimization
  • General Information

    Professor Nowicki brings over 15 years of industry experience to the academic world. He has focused his efforts in the areas of Supply Chain Management (SCM), technology architecture and logistics modeling. Mr. Nowicki has held executive positions at i2 Technologies where he built i2’s European development organization and later ran their Consumer Packaged Goods consulting and solution practice. Professor Nowicki also held executive positions at Servigistics and Tools for Decision (TFD). At Servigistics, David was responsible for product management in the field of Service Parts Management. At TFD, he focused his efforts on modeling LCC, Spares Optimization, LORA solutions to drive new business. In his earlier years, Mr. Nowicki conducted supportability studies for the SDI program while working for DRC and programmed sonar displays for IBM. Professor Nowicki received his Masters Degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech and both his bachelors and doctorate degrees in Industrial Engineering from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Professor Nowicki’s research efforts now focus on applying advanced analytical techniques to solve Supply Chain Management problems from a Systems Engineering context. Specifically, Professor Nowicki research is concentrated on Performance Based Logistics modeling and multi-asset optimization. Additional areas of interest are in the fields of reliability theory and spares optimization.

    Institutional Service
    • Director of VCES, Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering
    • Research Assistant Professor, Department of Systems Engineering Management and Engineering Management
    Courses
    • SYS 670 Forecasting and Demand Modeling Systems
    • SYS 675 Integrated Supply Chains
    • SYS 640 System Supportability and Logistics
    • SDOE 640 System Supportability and Logistics
    • SYS 645 Design for System Reliability, Maintainability, and Supportability
    • SYS 665 Integrated Supply Chain Management
    • SDOE 665 Integrated Supply Chain Management
    • SDOE 670 Forecasting and Demand Modeling Systems