M.S., Engineering Management, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
B.S., Computer Science, University of Maryland, College Park
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A transport planner with more than 20 years of experience, Mr. Ayzanoa analyzes waterborne freight logistics and develops operations/financial simulation and forecasting models to assess the feasibility and performance of ports, waterways, and intermodal systems. Drawing on his knowledge of mathematical modeling and information management, he designs, builds, and analyzes large datasets on macroeconomic indicators, commodity flows, port facilities, shipping patterns, and vessel costs to support modeling, forecasting, and planning.
Mr. Ayzanoa has worked extensively in the United States and Latin America and the Caribbean. He has examined the performance and productivity of transport operations and designed and developed simulation models to optimize intermodal transportation networks, including the physical components and interfaces of logistics chains for containerized and bulk cargo. He has contributed as well to several important projects in the port and shipping industry:
Mr. Ayzanoa began his career at the National Institute for Ports and Waterways, the only academic and research center in the United States dedicated to performing technical and economic evaluations for the planning of maritime and river terminals and waterway navigation systems. Before joining Nathan Associates he worked for The Louis Berger Group as port planner and maritime systems analyst.
Ports and intermodal planning, maritime shipping analysis
Port/intermodal planning and operations; shipping and maritime trade; strategic/master planning, feasibility analysis and financial risk assessment
Impact of Local Environment on Privatization Processes in Latin America: The Case of Port Callao (Peru) (with A. Prokopowicz). Southwest Review of International Business Research, March 2000.
Port Productivity: A New Approach for the Era of Private Concessions (with A. Ashar). Distribución Física Internacional. Peruvian National Council for Users of International Distribution Systems, May 1999.
Stock and Flow Methodology for Calculating Capacity of Cargo Terminals (with A. Ashar). Proceedings of the Second Annual Transportation Management Conference, SUNY Maritime College, April 1995.
Guest Lecturer, Port Tariffs and Financial Management. Inter-American Program on Port Training, OAS and U. S. Maritime Administration, Lima, Peru, June 1998.
Project Management Institute