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Rashmi Singh

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Assistant Professor, Operations & Systems
Phone: 9590399698

Rashmi Singh is a strong research professional with a Doctorate degree in the area of operations & systems from the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore. She also holds a Master of Science in Engineering from the Indian Institute of Science Bangalore and Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication from the Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra Ranchi. Her doctoral research included the analysis of scheduling issues in the flexible manufacturing industries. This includes the study of release policies in the context of reducing the cycle time and improving the throughput in the manufacturing firm in general and semiconductor industry in particular. Her research interests include Simulation and Modeling in the Semiconductor Manufacturing and Supply Chain Analytics. She is an experienced researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the corporate sector with the Analytical Skills, Requirements Analysis, C++, Discrete Event Simulation, and Manufacturing Operations Management. She had demonstrated the competency and prospects of independent strong research professional while handling distinguished roles & responsibilities.

  • Ph.D., IISc Bangalore
  • M.Sc (Engineering), IISc Bangalore
  • B.E. (E.C.E), BIT Mesra, Ranchi

 

Indian Institute of Management Jammu

  • Singh, R., Mathirajan, M. & (2019). Investigation of Different Inputs and A New Release Policy in Proposed Simulation Model for Wafer Fabrication System. Sadhana, 44(2), (Scopus)
  • Singh, R. & Mathirajan, M. (2018). Experimental Investigation for Performance Assessment of Scheduling Policies in Semiconductor Wafer Fabrication – A Simulation Approach. International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 99(5-8), 1503-1520. (SCI/SSCI/ESCI)
  • Mohanty, M., Sigh, R. & Shankar, R. (2018). Improving the Operational Efficiency of Outbound Retail Logistics Using Clustering of Retailers and Consumers. Journal of Modelling in Management, 13(3), 646-674. (ABDC)
  • Singh, R. & Mathirajan, M. (2015). Simulation Based Cause and Effect analysis of Input Variables in Wafer Fabrication Re-entrant Flow. Schedulingconference proceedings: Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference: Theory & Applications (MISTA 2015) Nottingham University, (pp.332-345). prague, czech republic:
  • Singh, R. & Mathirajan, M. (2015). Simulation Based Experimental Investigation for Performance Assessment of Scheduling Policies in Wafer Fabrication. Proceedingsof the 2015 ISMI: International Symposium on Semiconductor Manufacturing Intelligence (ISMI2015) KAIST, (pp.1-6). Daejeon, South Korea:
  • Singh, R. & Mathirajan, M. (2014). A Conceptual Framework for the Performance Assessment of Lot Release Policies. IEEE Xplore: The IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM 2014) IEEE, (pp.948-952). Malaysia:
  • Operations Management
  • Operations Research
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Statistics in Management
  • Simulation and Modeling


MHRD Fellowship (Ph.D.)

SERB International Travel Grant (IEEE conference)

 


Indian Society for Probability & Statistics (ISPS) (Life Membership). 

Invited Reviewer in International Journal of Production Research, Taylor and Francis.