Chad Kimmel, PhD

Personal Statement about time at DBMI.

 

My educational time spent in DBMI was very fruitful - and helped propel me to a career as an Air Force Analyst in the DoD.  Most notably, the one-on-one project development time spent with my advisors gave me valuable skills on how to undertake a complete a project to fruition for an end-client.  Also helpful was the time spent strengthening my analytical presentation skills.  

 

 

Work-related Honors:

2016 David Rist Prize Honorable Mention, Military Operations Research Symposium (MORS)

2016 Director of Logistics Certificate of Recognition, Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC)

2016 Innovation Award, HEBCO Inc.

2017 Distinguished Service Award, LMI

 

Publications:  https://sites.google.com/site/chadkimmelhome/home/featured-publications  

 

 

Personal Quote: 
Being successful in life means learning to Never Give Up
Current Activities: 
- Military Operations Research Symposium (MORS) member; - Adjust Intructor, Univeristy of Dayton - Applied Simulation in Simio; - Operations Research Forum coordinator - Univeristy of Pittsburgh
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