Contact: Gwendolyn Brown

Assistant to the Chair

Industrial and Operations Engineering

(734) 763-1332

1877 IOE

Katta Murty | Faculty

Katta Murty

Professor Emeritus, Industrial & Operations Engineering

2775 IOE

(734) 763-3513


Short Bio

Professor Murty has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in linear, integer and non-linear programming and network flows. His recent research includes studies in mathematical programming and its applications as well as research on optimization algorithms. He is the author of four books on linear and non-linear programming and network flows, and an undergraduate text on Operations Research-Deterministic Optimization Models.

Research Interests

  • Applications
  • Industrial Operations
    Distribution & Logistics
    Inventory Control
    Supply-Chain Management
  • Operations Research Tools
    Math Modeling
    Math Programming
    Network Flows
    Optimum Decision Making




  • K. G. Murty, Linear and Combinatorial Programming, Wiley, 1976, 567 pages.

  • K. G. Murty, Linear Programming, Wiley,1983, 482 pages.

  • K. G. Murty, Linear Complementarity, Linear and Nonlinear Programming, Helderman Verlag,1988, 629 pages. First textbook on the linear complementarity problem. Now out of print, but the internet edition of this book available for downloading on his website mentioned above.

  • K. G. Murty, Network Programming, PrenticeHall, 1992, 623 pages.

  • K. G. Murty, Operations Research: Deterministic optimization Models, PrenticeHall, 1995, 581 pages.

  • J. R. Birge, K. G. Murty (editors), Mathematical Programming: State of the Art, 1994, Papers of tutorial talks given at the 15th Mathematical Programming Symposium held at UM, Ann Arbor.