Before joining the faculty of Saint Joseph's University in 1997, Dr. Klimberg was a professor at Boston University (10 years), an operations research analyst for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) (10 years) and a consultant (7 years). He was the 2007 recipient of the Tengelmann Award for his excellence in scholarship, teaching, and research.
Dr. Klimberg's current major interests include multiple criteria decision making (MCDM), multiple objective linear programming (MOLP), data envelopment analysis (DEA), facility location, data visualization, data mining, forecasting, statistics, workforce scheduling, and modeling in general, such that the results add value to the organization and the results are effectively communicated. Dr. Klimberg has published over 30 articles and made over 30 presentations at national and international conferences in the areas of management science, information systems, statistics, and operations management.
- Business Statistics
- Quantitative Methods for Business
- Advanced Decision-Making Tools
- Research Skills
- Decision Making Competencies
- Lawrence, K. and R. Klimberg (eds). Contemporary Perspectives in Data Mining, Volume 3, IAP, 2018.
- Lawrence, K. and R. Klimberg (eds). Advances in Business and Management Forecasting, Volume 12, Emerald Press, London, 2018.
- Klimberg, R. K. and Samuel Ratick, “Support Capabilities in Excel,” Applications of Management Science, Volume 19, 2018.
- Klimberg, R. K. and Samuel Ratick, “Development of a practical and effective forecasting performance measure,” Advances in Business and Management Forecasting, Volume 12, 2018, pp. 103-118.
- Klimberg, R.K., Ratick, S. and H. Smith, “A novel approach to forecasting regression and cluster analysis,” Advances in Business and Management Forecasting, Volume 12, 2018, pp. 87-101.
- Klimberg, R. and B. D. McCullough, Fundamentals of Predictive Analytics with JMP, SAS Press, 2nd edition, 2016.
- Sullivan, E. L., Sillup, G. P. and R. K. Klimberg, “Reduction of Agitation and Anxiety Observed in a Cases Study of People with Dementia using TimeSlips,” under waiting to be published, International Journal of Behavioral and Healthcare Research, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 103-119.