Joel Goh is an assistant professor of business administration in the Technology & Operations Management Unit, teaching the Technology & Operations Management course to first-year MBA students.
Professor Goh develops mathematical models to provide insights into medical decision making and recommendations for health policy in areas including drug safety, workplace stress, and cost-effectiveness of new medical technology. He has also made methodological contributions in the field of operations research, specifically in robust optimization and supply chain management. Professor Goh is the co-creator of ROME (Robust Optimization Made Easy), a freely distributed software package for modeling robust optimization problems. His research has been published in Management Science and Operations Research.