PhD, Industrial & Systems Engineering, University of Florida, 1996
DIANA I. ANGELIS, Associate Professor, studied accounting at the University of Florida and received a B.S. in Business Administration in 1977 and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1985. She received her Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems engineering from the University of Florida in 1996. Her research interests include cost accounting, activity-based costing, valuation of R&D and acquisition innovation. She was commissioned an officer in the United States Air Force in 1984 and served as a program engineer until 1989. Dr. Angelis is a Certified Public Accountant and retired in 2009 as a Lt Col in the US Air Force Reserve. She joined the DRMI faculty in 1996.
Armey, L. & Angelis, D.I. (2016). “Tapping Transaction Costs to Forecast Acquisition Cost Breaches”. Defense Acquisition Research Journal, Vol. 23, No. 1, 56-76.
McNab & Angelis (2014). “Does Computer Based Training Impact Maintenance Costs and Actions? An Empirical Analysis of the US Navy’s AN/SQQ-89(v) Sonar System”. Applied Economics, Vol. 46, No. 34, 4256-4266.
Angelis, D.I, D. Ford and J. Dillard (2014). “Valuation of Real Options as Competitive Prototyping in System Development”. Defense Acquisition Research Journal, Vol. 21 No. 3: 668–692.
Kujawski, E. & Angelis, D.I. (2010). “Monitoring Risk Response Actions for Effective Project Risk Management”. Systems Engineering, vol. 13, No. 4, 353-368.
Webb, N.J. & Angelis, D.I. (2008). “Improving Performance Measurement in Defense Organizations”. Armed Forces Comptroller, vol. 54, no.1, 16-21.
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