Faculty/
Torsten Doering
Torsten Doering, Ph.D., 
Assistant Professor of Business
Accomplishments
  • Author of a publication in the Journal of Supply Chain Management, as well as several publications under review in Productions and Operations Management, IJPE, and the DSI

  • Presenter at the annual meetings of several organizations, including the Decision Sciences Institute (DSI), the Production and Operations Management Society, EurOMA, and the Global Manufacturing Research Group

  • Contributing member of The Global Manufacturing Research Group (GMRG)

  • Previously a Market Segment Manager, Project Manager and Managing Director for Oerlikon Balzers in Europe and the USA for more than a decade

  • Reviewer for the annual meetings of the DSI and Academy of Management (AOM)

  • Recipient of the University at Buffalo School of Management, Rising Star Award, 2013

Torsten Doering received his Ph.D. in Operations Management and an M.B.A. from the New York State University at Buffalo. His B.A. in Mechanical Engineering and his first M.A. degree were earned in Germany. Professor Doering's research interests are primarily in the fields of empirical supply chain management and manufacturing research, with a focus on demand planning and integration in a global context. He is the Director of the Global Business Program and an Assistant Professor at Daemen College in Amherst, New York.

Professor Doering believes that higher education must be exciting for students, and that Minerva's unique learning model develops responsible and sustainable behavior in a global context. He will utilize his managerial skills to establish connections between salient concepts and the business environment. Professor Doering teaches the Business Operations concentration course.