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. 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)
  2. 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)
  3. Desired Supply Line Value Calculation for Multi-Supplier 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)