Paul Michael Stanfield

TitleAssociate Professor

DepartmentIndustrial and Systems Engineering

Phone336-285-3735

Fax336-334-7729

Emailstanfiel@ncat.edu

OfficeMcNair Hall
Room: 403

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Paul Michael Stanfield

Education

Ph D: Industrial Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1995

MS: Industrial Engineering / Operations Research, North Carolina State University, 1993

MBA: Business Administration, University of North Carolina - Greensboro, 1990

BS: Electrical Engineering, North Carolina State University, 1987


Research Interests

Asset-Based Systems Engineering Bio and Socio Inspired Design Military Logistics


Recent Publications

Davis, Lauren  Samanlioglu, Funda  Jiang, Steven  Mota, Daniel  Stanfield, Paul  (2012).  A heuristic approach for allocation of data to RFID tags: A data allocation knapsack problem.  (1,  39,  pp. 93-104).  Computers and Operations Research.

Davis, Lauren  Samanlioglu, Funda  Jiang, Steven  Mota, Daniel  Stanfield, Paul  (2012).  A heuristic approach for allocation of data to RFID tags: A data allocation knapsack problem (DAKP).  (1,  39,  pp. 93–104).  Computers & Operations Research.

Qu, Xiuli  Simpson, LaKausha  Stanfield, Paul  (2011).  A model for quantifying the value of RFID-enabled equipment tracking in hospitals.  (1,  25,  pp. 23–31).  Advanced Engineering Informatics.

Uzochukwu, Benedict  Udoka, Silvanus  Stanfield, Paul  Park, Eui  (2010).  DESIGN FOR SUSTAINMENT-A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK.   IIE Annual Conference. Proceedings.