Hakan Yaşarcan

Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Phone: 
4629
 
B.S. in IE, Dokuz Eylül University, 1993;
M.S. in IE, Dokuz Eylül University, 1995;
Ph.D. in IE, Boğaziçi University, 2003.
Research Interests: 
Systems modelling and simulation, System dynamics methodology, Interactive simulation games, Decision making in complex dynamic systems, Goal formation and adaptive goal setting structures

Recent publications

  1. Desired Supply Line Value Calculation for Multi-Supplier Systems, Mutallip, Ahmet, and Yasarcan Hakan , The 32nd International System Dynamics Conference, Delft, Netherlands, (2014)
  2. A Mathematical Model of the Beer Game, Edali, Mert, and Yasarcan Hakan , Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation, Volume 17, Number 4, p.jasss–soc, (2014)
  3. Effect of Lead Time on Anchor-and-Adjust Ordering Policy in Continuous Time Stock Control Systems, Mutallip, Ahmet, and Yasarcan Hakan , The 32nd International System Dynamics Conference, Delft, Netherlands, (2014)
  4. A Soft Landing Model and an Experimental Platform as an Introductory Control Design Tool, Yasarcan, Hakan, and Tanyolaç Togay , The 30th International System Dynamics Conference, St. Gallen, Switzerland, (2012)
  5. A Parametric Analysis of the Effect of a Material Supply Line Delay in Stock Management, Mutallip, Ahmet, and Yasarcan Hakan , The 30th International System Dynamics Conference, St. Gallen, Switzerland, (2012)
  6. Control Heuristics for Soft Landing Problem, Tanyolaç, Togay, and Yasarcan Hakan , The 30th International System Dynamics Conference, St. Gallen, Switzerland, (2012)
  7. Stock management in the presence of significant measurement delays, Yasarcan, Hakan , System Dynamics Review, Volume 27, Number 1, p.91–109, (2011)
  8. A Soft Landing Model and a Mass Spring Damper Based Control Heuristic, Tanyolaç, Togay, and Yasarcan Hakan , The 29th International System Dynamics Conference, Washington, DC, USA, (2011)
  9. Information Sharing in Supply Chains: A Systemic Approach, Yasarcan, Hakan , The 29th International System Dynamics Conference, Washington, DC, USA, (2011)