College of Business
Decision and Technology Analytics
College of Health
Research SummaryDavid's research aspires to improve human well-being inside service systems.
It integrates predictive and prescriptive analytics methodologies, largely focusing on operational problems in the delivery of basic-needs services. Motivated by practice, he has collaborated with healthcare and humanitarian organizations, including University of Cincinnati Health, the Cleveland Clinic, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, and the Freestore Foodbank, the largest emergency food and services provider to children and families in Greater Cincinnati.
David received his PhD from the University of Cincinnati Lindner College of Business, where he was awarded the Lindner College of Business Outstanding Doctoral Student Research Award. He also holds an M.S. in Mathematical Sciences from Clemson University and a B.A. in Mathematics and Economics from Wittenberg University.
Recent Publications“Rea, D., Froehle, C., Masterson, S., Stettler, B., Fermann, G., & Pancioli, A. Unequal but Fair: Incorporating Distributive Justice in Operational Allocation Models. Production and Operations Management.”
Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting (Virutal)
- “Unequal but Fair: Incorporating Distributive Justice in Operational Allocation Models”
- “Designing Fair Allocation Algorithms for Healthcare Gig Work” INFORMS Annual Meeting (Virutal)
- “Adapting Emergency Department Operations In Real Time”
Ph.D. in Operations and Business Analytics, 2021
University of Cincinnati
M.S. in Mathematical Science, 2015
B.S. in Mathematics & Economics, 2012