Industrial Engineering , Operations Research
Mian Khalid Rehman completed his Master of Engineering in Operations Research & Industrial Engineering from Cornell University, Ithaca, USA and his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering (with Minors in Computer Science & Economics) from Columbia University, New York City, USA. At Cornell University, he was the lead member of the team selected to consult in a major project with General Motors (Service and Parts Operation) to analyze their upstream and downstream supply chain of fast moving smaller parts and identify the optimum sizes of Distribution Packs prepared within GM (SPO) central premises in Flint, Michigan, USA in order to minimize overall cost. At Columbia University, he was a member of the research team associated with United Parcel Service (UPS) to analyze and recommend improvements in UPS’s Early-AM Delivery Service in New York State. For his outstanding academic achievements, he was awarded lifetime memberships of Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honour Society) and Alpha Pi Mu (Industrial Engineering Honour Society) at Columbia University.
Mr. Rehman has been teaching Operations Research-I (Math-341) at LUMS as an Adjunct Faculty Member in the Department of Mathematics at the School of Science & Engineering since 2009. He also has a rich experience of teaching sections and tutorials for ORIE–360/560 (Probability and Statistics for Engineers) and ORIE–361/523 (Stochastic Processes and Modelling) at the School of Operations Research and Industrial Engineering at Cornell University, Ithaca, USA.
Presently, he is the Executive Director Technical of a leading pharmaceutical manufacturing unit based in Lahore. He is also working as Executive Director of a major glass-ampoule manufacturing unit based in Lahore.
1996-2000: Dean's List, Columbia University Industrial Engineering Honour Society: A/pha Pt. Mu, Columbia University Engineering Honour Society: Tau Beta Pi (Top 3% of Class), Columbia University
- Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network (CAAAN), Cornell University
- Alumni Representative Committee (ARC), Columbia University