Eva D. Regnier |
Associate Professor of Decision Science
Defense Resources Management Institute
Naval Postgraduate School
Dr. Regnier is a leading researcher in modeling uncertainty in complex environmental systems to support effective managerial and operational decisions. Her recent work with weather forecasts involves quantifying mission-specific risk as a function of forecasts and measuring the value of information contained in the forecasts. A former environmental consultant, her other major application area is the evaluation of energy-related acquisition decisions.
Dr. Regnier's primary teaching responsibility is executive education for mid-level and senior public-sector managers from the U.S. and around the world. Her teaching has taken her to Central and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Her teaching interests include probability and statistics, risk analysis and management, multiple-objective decision-making, human factors in decision-making, and logistics management.
Regnier, E.D. (2011) Evacuation Planning. Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science .
Regnier, E.D. (2008) Public Evacuation Decisions and Hurricane Track Uncertainty. Management Science 54(1): 16-28.
Regnier, E.D. (2007) Oil and energy price volatility. Energy Economics 29(3):405-427.
Regnier, E.D. and P.A. Harr (2006) A Dynamic Decision Model Applied to Hurricane Landfall. Weather and Forecasting 21(5):764-780.
Dubbs, S.R. (2011, September) M.S. Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School. Estimating the Fully Burdened Cost of Fuel Using an Input-Output Model: A Micro-Level Analysis. Finalist for MORS/Tisdale Award.
Hills, J. (expected 2011) M.S. Thesis, Naval Postgraduate School. Modeling the DOD Bulk Fuels Supply Chain using Input Output Analysis. Finalist for MORS/Tisdale Award.
Regnier, E.D. & Nussbaum, D.A. (2011) Theory and Feasibility of Implementing Economic Input/Output Analysis of Department of Defense to Support Acquisition Decision Analysis and Cost Estimation. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Acquisition Research Symposium Volume II . Monterey, CA.
Esher, L., Hall, S., Hansen, J.A., Regnier, E.D., Sanchez, P.J., and Singham, D. (2010) Simulating pirate behavior to exploit environmental information. In B. Johansson, S. Jain, J. Montoya-Torres, J. Hugan, and E. Yu ̈cesan, editors, Proceedings of the 2010 Winter Simulation Conference , pp. 1330–1335. IEEE.