14th IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics
IEOM Society International addresses the issues of Global Supply Chain & Logistics. Topics can be related on:
- Cross-functional drivers in a supply chain
- Demand planning and forecasting in supply chain
- Designing distribution networks
- Inventory positioning in SC
- Optimization in supply chain
- Strategic, tactical and operational supply chain
- Managing uncertainty in a supply chain
- Global Supply Chain
- Risk in supply chain
- Resilience in supply chain
- Green or Sustainable Supply Chain
- Supply chain coordination and collaboration
- Supply chain performance
- Value distortion of information: Bullwhip effect
Each speaker needs to submit a title of the talk, photo and a short bio. All will be included in the IEOM 2022 Sydney, Australia Conference proceedings. There will be mostly virtual presentation using zoom. If you are interested to be distinguished feature speaker, please contact email@example.com for details.
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Global Supply Chain and Logistics I
December 22, Thursday, 2:00 – 3:45 pm – Room 2 (Onsite)
2:00 pm – 2:20 pm (Thursday, December 22)
Prof. Dr Aries Susanty ST MT.
Head of Optimization and Industrial Planning System Laboratory
Industrial Engineering Department,
Diponegoro University Central Java, Indonesia
Aries Susanty is a Professor and Head of Optimization and Industrial Planning System Laboratory in Industrial Engineering Department, Diponegoro University, Campus Tembalang, Central Java, Indonesia. She earned a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, and doctoral degree in Industrial Engineering from Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung, Wes Java, Indonesia. Through her 20+ years of experience in teaching and research at Diponegoro University, she has established an overarching research area in supply chain modeling, supply chain governance, halal supply chain and logistics, sustainability supply chain, and customer behavior. Her research track record has been demonstrated by winning several research grants from the Indonesian government and Diponegoro University. She has published more than 75 technical papers in journals and international conferences and owned h-index 7. She has been involved as a reviewer in several journals, such as the International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, Emerging Markets Finance and Trade, Systems Research and Behavioral Science, Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, Kubernetes, and International Journal of Lean Six Sigma. She also has involved with many international conference committees, such as the 2019 Annual Conference of Industrial and System Engineering (chair), 2020 Annual Conference of Industrial and System Engineering (program committee), 2020 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (program committee), 2021 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (program committee). She also has been involved as an invited speaker in several conferences, such as 2019 and 2020 Annual Conference of Industrial and System Engineering and 28th Industrial Engineering and Operations Management- Global Engineering Education. She coordinated multiple academic and industrial research projects from the Central Bank of Indonesia, Indonesian State-owned Banknote/Security Printers and Mint, Railink, and National Public Procurement Agency. She has completed the supervision of 10 Master Students and over 60 Undergraduate Students.
2:20 pm – 2:40 pm (Thursday, December 22)
John Madgen, MBA
Americold Logistics, Australia
Baldivis, Western Australia, Australia
John Madgen is an Experienced General Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the logistics and supply chain industry. Skilled in Negotiation, Operations Management, People Management, Management, and Continuous Improvement. Strong operations professional with a Master of Business Administration – MBA focused in Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management from Australian Institute of Business.
2:40 pm – 3:00 pm (Thursday, December 22)
Ferry Jie, PhD, FCES, FCILT
Associate Professor of Supply Chain and Logistics Management, ECU, School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, Australia
Ferry Jie is the Associate Professor in Supply Chain and Logistics Management, in the School of Business and Law. Ferry is currently a Secretary to the Chartered Institute Logistics and Transport (CILTA) Western Australia (WA) Committee. Ferry is also Supply Chain & Logistics Association of Australia (SCLAA) WA Committee. Associate Professor Ferry Jie has maintained a high quality of research throughout his academic career including international scholarly leadership in the areas of supply chain management and logistics, including being invited to be keynote speaker and to give public lectures at symposiums and international conferences in Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, China, UK and Australia. From 2017 to now, published more than 46 refereed journal articles—including 23 articles in Q1-ranked in the SCImago and 22 articles in Q2-ranked in the SCImago, and 8 refereed conference papers. Furthermore, Dr Jie has received research grants/awards adding up to over $1.85 million between 2010 and 2020.
3:00 pm – 3:20 pm (Thursday, December 22)
Import and Export Coordinator
General Mills, Victoria, Australia
Ashini Soysa graduated from RMIT University, Melbourne with a Bachelor of Business, majoring in Logistics and Supply Chain Managment and Economics. During her undergraduate years she was a student ambassador and actively volunteered at various university events. She is also a member of the Golden Key International Honour Society (awarded to the top 15% students of the university based on academic achievement).
Currently working for a multi-national FMCG company, she has several years of industry experience across multiple roles in Logistics. In her latest role, she manages and maintains inventory across three warehouses, processes purchase orders and coordinates stock transfers. In her previous role, she administered all imports and exports of good, supervised the delivery of all goods and managed the distribution to various geographical locations efficiently. She maintains subject matter expertise in import and export operations as she worked with the company’s global trade team to evaluate the required classification for products and monitor the shipments to ensure compliance with regulations.
She is also currently pursuing a Masters in Research at CQUniversity, Melbourne in the field of Geopolitical tensions and the Australian FMCG supply chain.
Global Supply Chain and Logistics II
December 22, Thursday, 4:00 – 5:45 pm – Room 2 (Onsite)
4:00 pm – 4:20 pm (Thursday, December 22)
Dr. Ir. Muhammad Hisjam,STP, MT, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia, Head of Logistics and Business System Laboratory, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia
Muhammad Hisjam is with Department of Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Sebelas Maret, since 1998. He received his Bachelor degree from Universitas Gadjah Mada in 1986, and a Master degree from Institut Teknologi Bandung in 2002. He received his Ph.D. in Environmental Science from Universitas Gadjah Mada in 2016, with his dissertation title is “Sustainable Supply Chain Model in Export Oriented Furniture Industry in Indonesia (Case in Perum Perhutani)”. His research interests are in supply chain, logistics, business and sustainable development. He has published some papers in his research area. He and his colleagues have initiated and maintain some collaborations between his institution with some abroad universities, such as Ehime University, Japan and Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. As for now, he is a member of Industrial and Systems Engineers (IISE), Society of Industrial Engineering, and Operations Management (IEOM), and AAPM.
4:20 pm – 4:40 pm (Thursday, December 22)
Dr Reza Kiani Mavi
Senior Lecturer, Supply Chain and Project Management
School of Business and Law,
Edith Cowan University, WA 6027, Australia
Reza Kiani Mavi holds a PhD degree in operations management. Currently, he is a senior lecturer in supply chain and project management at the school of business and law, Edith cowan university, Australia. In addition to his usual teaching and research duties, he is involved in grant applications and has received several funds from industry including the Australian Institute of project management, the Department of transport, and iMOVE collaborative research centre. His research interests include analysing eco-innovation and eco-efficiency of supply chains, and project performance using mathematical models such as data envelopment analysis. Dr Reza Kiani Mavi has published over 70 papers in many prestigious journals such as Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Supply Chain Management, Transport Policy, Computers & Industrial Engineering. In addition to his service as the reviewer and editorial board member of Technological Forecasting & Social Change, and Management Decision, Reza is the associate editor for the Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems (JIFS). He is also a member of the ethics committee in the Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI).
4:40 pm – 5:00 pm (Thursday, December 22)
Chief Operating Officer
Topic: The psychology of Lean
Michael Huang is an accomplished Operations leader with over 10 years of industry experience working for well-known Australian manufactures to large global companies. He has extensive experience across a wide range of industries in biomedical, hardware, commercial furniture, mining, renewable energy & consulting professional services. A driving force in the manufacturing sector, his pursuit of manufacturing excellence has been recongnised nationally by Insights to Excellence organisation for his development on Human Lean Manufacturing. Michael has also been awarded the Graham Painton Prize for his research into Cost Effective Manufacturing.
As a strong advocate for industry engagement and education development, Michael has dedicated over a decade in supervising and mentoring students, PhD candidates in research, graduate engineers, all the way to managers and senior executives. Michael leads by integrating manufacturing typologies with education pedagogy. His passion nurtures a positive culture within his teams, which drives human capability development to deliver successful outcomes in line with core company business strategies.
Michael began his career as a Manufacturing Engineer graduating from the University of New South Wales continuously identifying and implementing improvement projects to increase efficiency of production facilities and reducing costs. Developed into middle management roles over the next few years leading production teams resulting in increased efficacy of improvement projects to positively shape change within organisations. Being part of businesses that were growing exponentially and also businesses in financial pressure greatly developed his business acumen in both financials and within the commercial space. In recent years as a C level executive has allowed Michael to maximise impact on change management to businesses. By leveraging over a decade’s worth of experience in change management and collaborating with teams using a hands on approach allowed Michael to cascade visions to strategies, deliver the projects and results ensuring value addition every step of the way.
5:00 pm – 5:20 pm (Thursday, December 22)
5:20 pm – 5:40 pm (Thursday, December 22)
Past GSCM Events
- IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti – June 2021
- IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics in Harbin, China – July 2021
- IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics in Rome, Italy – August 2021
- IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics in Bangalore, India – August 2021
- IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics in Surakarta, Indonesia – September 2021
- IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics in Monterrey, Mexico – November 2021
- IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics in Istanbul, Turkey – March 2022
- IEOM GSCM – Nigeria