Eva Eva D. Regnier
Associate Professor of Decision Science
Defense Resources Management Institute
Naval Postgraduate School
DRMI NPS
699 Dyer Road
Monterey, CA 93943
phone: (831) 656-2912
fax: (831) 656-2139
eregnier at nps dot edu

Evaluating Navy Installation Energy Technology Demonstrations

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Teaching and Research Interests

Dr. Regnier's research is in decision analysis, with a particular focus on modeling uncertainty for decision support. Her recent work includes cost-benefit analysis of energy technology demonstration projects, estimating the logistics burden of self-sustaining supply networks, and evaluating sequences of probabilistic forecasts for events including tropical cyclones.

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.

Education

Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001
M.S. in Operations Research from Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001
B.S. in Environmental Engineering Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992

Selected Publications

Simon, J.A., Regnier, E.D. & Whitney, L.K. (2014) A Value-Focused Approach to Energy Transformation in the United States Department of Defense. Decision Analysis. Forthcoming.

Regnier, E.D., Simon, J.A., Nussbaum, D.A. & Whitney, L.K. (2014) The Fuel Multiplier in Fuel Supply Logistics. Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation. Forthcoming.

Slootmaker, L.A., Regnier, E.D., Hansen, J.A., & Lucas, T.W. (2013) User Focus and Simulation Improve Predictions of Piracy Risk. Interfaces 43(3):256-267. DOI:10.1287/inte.2013.0678

Regnier, E.D. (1992) Trade Policy and the Environment: U.S.-Mexico Free Trade. Journal of the Institute for Environmental Sciences 35(2).

Regnier, E.D. & Shechter, S.M. (2013) Lumping and sampling error in Markov models of disease progression. Statistics in Medicine 32(22):3862-3880. DOI: 10.1002/sim.5808 Regnier, E.D. (2011) Evacuation Planning. Wiley Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science. DOI: 10.1002/9780470400531.eorms0306 Regnier, E.D. (2008). Public Evacuation Decisions and Hurricane Track Uncertainty. Management Science 54(1): 16-28. DOI: 10.1287/mnsc.1070.0764 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): 764780. DOI: 10.1175/WAF958.1 Regnier, E., Sharp, G. and Tovey, C. (2004). Optimal Asset Replacement under Ongoing Technological Progress. IIE Transactions 36(6): 497-508. DOI: 10.1080/07408170490438401 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):764780.