Kwon Gi Mun

Kwon Gi Mun

Assistant Professor, Advisor, Technology and Operations Department, College of Business Administration

About Me

Dr. Mun’s research interest lies in supply chain management and energy interface, as well as healthcare and healthcare operations. He has experience working with industry and government partners, especially in energy policy /energy system modeling/healthcare operations/disease prediction using data analytics. His work has appeared in Production and Operations Management and Manufacturing & Service Operations Management. Dr. Mun received his Ph.D. degree in both Operations Research and Business (Supply Chain Management) as the Joint Degree from Rutgers University in 2016 and the M.A. in Economics from University of Missouri Columbia in 2009 and he, as a doctoral student, also studied Operations Research in IEOR at Columbia University. Dr. Mun was a full-time staff at Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Seoul, Korea.

Research Interest

  • Supply Chain Analytics
  • Energy Supply Chain

Teaching Interest

  • Operations Management/Supply Chain Management
  • Business Analytics

Recent Research Work

  • Kwon Gi Mun, Yao Zhao, Raza Rafique. Designing Hydro Supply Chains for Energy, Food and Flood. Forthcoming at Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, 2020.

  • Raza Rafique, Kwon Gi Mun, Yao Zhao. Designing Energy Supply Chains: Dynamic Models for Energy Security and Economic Prosperity. Production and Operations Management. 26(6) 1120-1141, 2017


  • Early-Career Best Paper Award (Winner), Energy, Natural Resources, and the Environment (ENRE), INFORMS Annual Meeting, Seattle USA (2019)

  • Bright Idea Award for Business-Related Academic Studies (Winner), NJ Policy Research Organization (NJPRO) Foundation, NJ USA (2018)

  • The Best Theoretical Research Paper Award (Winner), Asian Pacific Decision Science Institute (APDSI), Seoul Korea (2017)

  • New Jersey Chapter Student Paper Contest (Honorable Mention), INFORMS NJ Chapter, NJ USA (2014)