Here is an assortment of papers that please me, chosen because I think they may be of interest to a wider community. I have mercifully omitted the full list, which anyone can find via Google Scholar.
Deterministic chaos in a model of discrete manufacturing, with D. Eisenstein and Y. F. Lim, Naval Research Logistics Quarterly 56(4):293-299 (2009)
Allocating space in the forward pick area of a distribution center, with S. Hackman, IIE Transactions (Special issue on facility logistics), 40(11):1046-1053
Design of efficient bin-numbering schemes for warehouses, with L. Platzman, Material Flow4:247-254. Shows how to create short order-picking routes by numbering bins according to a spacefilling curve.
The vertex-adjacency dual of a triangulated irregular network has a Hamiltonian cycle, with P. Goldsman. Operations Research Letters 32:304-308.
Using Shapley value to allocate savings in a supply chain, with E. Kemahlioglu Ziya. In http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0387262806/sr=8-1/qid=1152850908/ref=sr_1_1/102-6062368-6345752?ie=UTF8[Supply Chain Optimization], eds. P. Pardalos and J. Geunes, Kluwer Optimization Series.
The best shape for a crossdock, with K. R. Gue. Transportation Science 38(2):235-244 (2004).
Reducing labor costs in an LTL cross-docking terminal, with K. R. Gue. A slightly revised version appeared in Operations Research 48(6):823-832 (2000).
Scheduling interviews at a job fair, with K. L. McCroan. A slightly revised version appeared in Operations Research 38(6):951-960 (1990).