24th IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics
24th IEOM Global Supply Chain & Logistics on the recent issues of supply chain management, logistics management, green SCM, global SC, etc. Featured speakers will be from various part of the world to address global supply chain education – challenges and opportunities.
Global Supply Chain and 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 conference proceedings.
All speakers need to register for the conference. Please pay your registration fee ONLINE.
Distinguished Plenary Speakers
Global Supply Chain and Logistics I
November 15, Wednesday, 2:00 – 3:40 pm – Room 2 (Onsite)
Session Chair: Dr Sean Arisian PhD PEng
2:00 pm – 2:20 pm
Dr Sean Arisian PhD PEng
Associate Professor Supply Chain and Logistics
La Trobe Business School
La Trobe University, Australia
Dr. Sean Arisian is the founder of the Logistics and Supply Chain Management postgraduate programs at La Trobe Business School. He has designed, developed, coordinated, and taught multiple subjects in the areas of supply chain, operations, and project management. As an applied operations researcher, Dr. Arisian has a special interest in modeling and solving complex Logistics and Supply Chain Management problems. His multidisciplinary research addresses issues related to supply chain security and resiliency at the international trade-global supply chains interface. Additionally, Dr. Arisian conducts research on the development of transformative and digital supply chain strategies that promote sustainability and indigenous innovation at regional and national levels.”
2:20 pm – 2:40 pm
Associate Professor Tay Huay Ling
Head of International Trade Management Minor
School of Business/ Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Singapore University of Social Sciences, Singapore
Topic: Essential Supply Chain Management Skills During and Post-Pandemic
Associate Professor Tay Huay Ling holds a PhD in Business and Economics (Operations Management) from the University of Melbourne, Australia. She also has an MSc in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, an MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the National University of Singapore, and a BEng (Hon) in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore. She teaches operations, supply chain management courses, and lean six sigma. Her research focuses on lean six sigma, sustainable business values, healthcare, and humanitarian logistics. Before entering academia, she gained experience in supply network analysis, chemical logistics, healthcare operations, and process improvements. As a pro-bono consultant for non-profit organisations, she assists in operations and supply chain performance tracking and improvements through process streamlining and workflow redesigns. She has published journal articles on operations management and process improvements in logistics, healthcare, community care, and higher education.
2:40 pm – 3:00 pm
Flavio Romero Macau, PhD
Associate Dean (Teaching and Learning), School of Business and Law
Edith Cowan University, WA, Australia
In the past 10 years, Flavio supervised 20+ research projects; lectured 70+ units to 2,500+ students; published one book, three case studies, and 10+ international peer-review articles; assisted 120+ short-term consulting projects. International media presence on TV (ABC News, TRT World Now), radio (The Money, BBC), newspapers (The Guardian, The Washington Post), and magazines (The Choice, MHD Logistics), reaching a combined audience of over 1.6 bn people worldwide discussing topics such as global logistics and supply chain management.
Flavio has industry experience from the automotive, agroindustry, and resources sector, working with companies such as Mercedes-Benz, BIOSEV, JBS, Anglo American, Votorantim, and NEXA Resources in Brazil, Argentina, and Peru. He has a background as an entrepreneur, having started companies like Reliasoft Brazil (1999) and Catalyst Brazil (2002). He is a keynote speaker in industry events (The State of Supply Chain Management in Australia) and conferences (Chief Supply Chain Officer Summit). WA Chapter president and national board member of ASCI. Associate editor of the RBGN journal.
3:00 pm – 3:20 pm
Winda Nur Cahyo, PhD
Industrial Engineering, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia
Winda Nur Cahyo is an Associate Professor in Industrial Engineering, Universitas Islam Indonesia. He holds a PhD from School of Mechanical, Material, and Mechatronics, the University of Wollongong Australia. He is currently the head of Master Program in Industrial Engineering, Universitas Islam Indonesia since 2018. His expertise and research interest are on the field of Engineering Asset Management and Industrial Management. He is also member of The Institute of Asset Management and also one of the founders of Indonesian Asset Management Community. He published numerous articles in reputable international journals and international conference. He is also a reviewer in reputable international journals and conference and technical committee in several reputable international conference.
Topic: Procurement process is one of the most important processes in an organisation. This process requires a prediction of the need for goods for the procurement process to be carried out because intermittent and lumpy characteristics. This is the background for conducting this research. This study aims to predict the level of demand for goods so that it can help the procurement department to make purchases of goods. The method used is K-Means for Clustering, Holt Winter for forecasting, and Association Rule to find out the combination of items that are often held. The clustering process produces 3 clusters, namely the first cluster which has members of 327 items with an average value of 68, the second cluster which has members of 18 items with an average value of 1281, and the third cluster which has members of 5 items with an average value of 2474. The resulting forecast covers the upcoming 3 months period with a value of 427 in January, 472 in February, and 476 in March. In addition, it is also known which items are likely to appear in that month using the probability method and the minimum value of the probability is 50%. In January there are 10 items that are possible to appear, 22 items in February, and 20 items in March. The rules generated from the association rule process are 24 rules. The rule is generated with a minimum support value of 10% and a minimum confidence of 50%. The integration between methods is also carried out to cover the existing deficiencies, so that more accurate results are obtained.