Area(s) of Expertise
- Data Modelling
- Group and Team Dynamics
- Health Care Management
- Operations Management
- Organizational Learning
- Supply Chain Management
About Adam Diamant
Applies optimization, decomposition methods, machine learning, approximate dynamic programming, and econometric techniques to model complex, large-scale systems in health care, supply chain management, inventory, and logistics.
Diamant, A. & Baron, O. (2019). Double-Sided Matching Queues: Priority and Impatient Customers. Operations Research Letters.
Johnston, D., Diamant, A., & Quereshy, F. (2019). Why Do Surgeons Schedule Their Own Surgeries? Journal of Operations Management, 65(3), 262-281.
Cire, Andre A., Diamant, A., & Yunes, T. (2019). A Network-Based Formulation for Scheduling Clinical Rotations. Production and Operations Management, 28(5), 1186-1205.
Mahmood, R., Babier, A., McNiven, A., Diamant, A., & Chan, T.C.Y. (2018). Automated treatment planning in radiation therapy using generative adversarial networks. Proceedings of Machine Learning Research, 85, 1-14.
Diamant, A., Milner, J., & Quereshy, F. (2018). Dynamic Patient Scheduling for Multi‐Appointment Health Care Programs. Production and Operations Management, 27(1), 58-79.
Diamant, A., Milner, J., Quereshy, F., & Xu, B. (2018). Inventory management of reusable surgical supplies. Health care management science, 21(3), 439-459.
Diamant, A., Cleghorn, M., Milner, J., Sockalingam, S., Okrainec, A., Jackson, T. D., & Quereshy, F. A. (2015). Patient and operational factors affecting wait times in a bariatric surgery program in Toronto: a retrospective cohort study. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 3(3), E331-E337.
Afèche, P., Diamant, A., & Milner, J. (2014). Double-Sided Batch Queues with Abandonment: Modeling Crossing Networks. Operations Research, 62(5), 1179-1201.
Diamant, A., Milner, J., Cleghorn, M., Sockalingam, S., Okrainec, A., Jackson, T. D., & Quereshy, F. A. (2014). Analysis of Patient Attrition in a Publicly Funded Bariatric Surgery Program. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, 219(5), 1047-1055.
Courses TaughtCoordinating Demand and Supply (OMIS 6230)
Models & Applications in Operational Research (OMIS 4000)
Operations Management (OMIS 2010)