Dennis Kroll

Professor

Morgan Hall 109C
(309) 677-2746
dek@bradley.edu

Ph.D. Decision Science from University of Illinois at Urbana, 1989
M.S. Industrial Engineering from University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1973
B.S. Industrial Engineering from Bradley University, 1970

Biography

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Teaching

Teaching Interests:

  • Applied Operations Research
  • Computer Programming/Numerical Methods

Scholarship

Research Areas:

  • Motivation
  • Surveys
  • All-time Buys
  • Plant Layout
  • Application of Lean to Small Firms

Selected Publications:

  • Kroll, Dennis E., Teaching Engineering Ethics using an On-line Asynchronous Approach, ASEE IL/IN Section conference 2005, DeKalb, Illinois.
  • C-S Lin & Dennis E. Kroll; Economic Lot Sizing for a Production System Subject to Deterioration and Breakdowns, Production Planning and Control (submitted to European Journal of Operations Research 2004).
  • Chen-Sin Lin, Chih-Hua Chen & Dennis E. Kroll ; Integrated Production-Inventory Models for Imperfect Production Processes under Inspection Schedules, Computers & Industrial Engineering v 44 (2003) pgs 633-650.
  • Kroll, Dennis E., Keeping students in line during an on-line Course, ASEE 2002 IL/IN Sectional Conference, April 12, 2002, Chicago, Illinois.