7th IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics
7th IEOM Society International addresses the issues of Global Supply Chain & Logistics and Business Management Education. There are various levels of readiness of engineering graduates from various parts of the world. One of the main themes is how to reduce the readiness gap of business management graduates around the world. The special focus is given to operations management, management science, supply chain management, business analytics, and logistics management. Are the graduates ready to take on the challenges of the current global economy? IEOM Istanbul Conference will have a dedicated session for the Global Business Management Education where distinguished speakers will discuss the readiness of business management graduates for workforce around the world. Featured speakers will be from various part of the world to address business management education challenges and opportunities.
Global Supply Chain and Logistics Topics can be related on:
- operations management
- supply chain management
- logistics management
- project management
- business intelligence and analytics
- risk management
- quality management
- inventory management
- lean management
- management science
- productivity management
- Innovation and entrepreneurship
Each speaker needs to submit a title of the talk, photo and a short bio. All will be included in the IEOM 2022 Istanbul 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.
All speakers need to register for the 12th Annual IEOM Istanbul Conference. Please pay your registration fee ONLINE: https://www.xcdsystem.com/IEOM/attendee/index.cfm?ID=HaRnILA
Thursday, March 10
Global Supply Chain and Logistics I
8:00 – 9:40 pm, Thursday – Virtual Meeting Room 1
Session Chair: Dr. Aldy Gunawan, Singapore Management University, Singapore
8:00 am, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Aldy Gunawan
Assistant Professor of Computer Science (Practice)
School of Computing and Information Systems
Singapore Management University
Aldy Gunawan is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science (Practice) at the Singapore Management University. He received his Ph.D degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. His main research interests include operations research, algorithm design, and data analytics that relate to metaheuristics, algorithm configuration, design of experiments, combinatorial optimization, and automated planning/scheduling.
His research outputs have been published at top Operations Research conferences and journals in Operations Research such as European Journal of Operational Research, Computers and Operations Research, Computers and Industrial Engineering, and Applied Soft Computing. He has been serving as a committee member of the Operational Research Society of Singapore.
8:20 am, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Stefanus Soegiharto
Head of System Engineering Laboratory
Department of Industrial Engineering
Stefanus Soegiharto is an Assistant Professor in Industrial Engineering and Head of System Engineering Laboratory at the University of Surabaya. He obtained his PhD in Industrial Engineering from the University of Indonesia, MSc in Industrial and System Engineering from the National University of Singapore, and BSc in Industrial Engineering and Management from the University of Surabaya. His primary research interests lie in maritime logistics, operations research application in production and logistics systems, and supply chain engineering.
8:40 am, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Mustafa MISIR
Assoc. Prof. of Data and Computational Science
Lead, Machine lEarning and Operations Research (MEmORy) Lab
Division of Natural and Applied Sciences
Duke Kunshan University
Kunshan, Jiangsu, China
Mustafa Misir is an Associate Professor of Data and Computational Science at Duke Kunshan University, China. He completed his Ph.D. in Computer Science at KU Leuven (Belgium) in 2012. After graduation, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at INRIA Saclay – Universite Paris Sud XI (France), Singapore Management University (Singapore) and University of Freiburg (Germany) respectively. Next, he moved to Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (China) as a faculty member in the College of Computer Science and Technology. Prior to joining Duke Kunshan University, he was a faculty member in Computer Engineering at Istinye University (Turkey). His main research interests include Automated Algorithm Design (Machine Learning + Algorithm Design), Data Science and Operations Research. He is the recipient of several prestigious academic awards and published over 50 papers in various international conferences/journals.
9:00 am, Thursday, March 10
9:20 am, Thursday, March 10
Dr. A.H.L. Chen
Associate Professor of Operations and Logistics Management
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Chuang Yuan Christian University
A.H.L. Chen is an Associate Professor of operations and logistics management at the Dept of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Chuang Yuan Christian University, Taiwan. She completed her Ph.D. in IE&M from Yuan Ze University in Taiwan, M.B.A. at the University of Houston in the U.S.A, and App. Sc. In Bio-Resource Engineering at the University of British Columbia in Canada. Her research interests are project operations, omnichannel and logistics, and decision-making. Her current research focuses on resource planning in project management, data analytics in public transportation services, and site selection and performance in omnichannelling. She is also a member of the Chinese Institute of Industrial Engineers, the Institute of Industrial Engineers (I.I.E.).
Global Supply Chain and Logistics II
2:00 – 3:40 pm, Thursday – Virtual Meeting Room 1
Session Chair: Dr. Ratri Parida
2:00 pm, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Mostafa Hajiaghaei-Keshteli
Professor of Industrial Engineering
Tecnologico de Monterrey
Title: Recent Advances in Designing Agricultural Supply Chain
Abstract: Recently, Agricultural Supply Chain (ASC) has received attention due to the problems happening for climate and also population growth, both by academia and industrial practitioners. On the other hand, thanks to the recent trends and technologies, this area has been changed massively, especially in supply chain design and optimization. In this talk, considering the recent both academic and real-world applications, we want to introduce some new possible areas for the upcoming researcher or graduate students to start to work on knowledge edge.
Bio: Prof. Mostafa Hahiaghaei-Keshteli is a Distinguished Research Professor at the Department of Industrial Engineering, School of Engineering and Science, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Puebla Campus, Mexico. He has got all his bachelor, master, and Ph.D. degrees in Industrial Engineering. He is the founder and head of the research department at the Center of Sustainable and Smart Logistics (CSSL) and also a member of the Optimization and Data Science research center. His main research areas are Sustainable and Smart Logistics, Supply Chain Integration and Optimization, Industry 4.0 and 5.0, and Combinatorial Optimization. In this research area, he has first designed and developed some food and agricultural supply chains such as Citrus, Rice, Sugarcane, Avocado, Walnut, etc. He is also the inventor of some famous and capable Metaheuristics Algorithms in optimizations such as Keshtel Algorithm (2012), Red Deer Algorithm (2016), Social Engineering Optimizer (2018), and Tree Growth Algorithm (2018). He was ranked as the top 10 scholars in the area of Supply Chain, and also one of the top 2% scientists, according to the SciVal and Scopus reports.
2:20 pm, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Mohammed Rafik Qureshi, PhD (IIT Roorkee)
College of Engineering
King Khalid University
Abha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Dr. Mohamed Rafik Qureshi earned his Ph. D. from IIT Roorkee, India in 2008. He got the Best Thesis Award at the 3rd PIMG International Conference in 2011. He is a certified National Vocation Qualification (NVQ) Assessor from British Technical Institute, U.K.for D33 & D34 levels. He has been Deputy Director for Technology Transfer Centre run through Confederations of Indian Industries, New Delhi. He has more than 30 years of teaching and industrial experience. He is an Associate Professor at the College of Engineering at King Khalid University.
He is actively involved in research and consulting activities. His professional interest includes Decision Making; Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Production Management, Customer Experience, Quality Management, Manufacturing Excellence, Composite Machining, Solar Energy, Waste Management, etc. He has guided ten Ph.D. theses. He has more than 250 publications in journals/conferences at national and international levels. He is on the editorial board of reputed national &International Journals.
2:40 pm, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Ratri Parida
IMT Ghaziabad, India
Visiting Research Fellow
Guildhall School of Business and Law (GSBL)
London Metropolitan University
Topic: Supply Chain Finance: Insights and Research Opportunities
Dr. Ratri Parida is an Associate Professor in the area of Operations and Supply Chain Management at Institute of Management Technology (IMT) Ghaziabad and also a Visiting Research Fellow at Guildhall School of Business and Law, London Metropolitan University. She was one of the founding faculty members at Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Sambalpur. She was associated with premier institutes like International School of Business and Media (ISBM), Pune, National Institute of Construction Management and Research (NICMAR), Pune and Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT), Vellore. She completed PhD from the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur. She has 10 years of experience in research and teaching. She acts as ad-hoc reviewer in many international journals and conferences. Her research interest focuses specifically on Operations Management, Industry 4.0, Sustainability, Lean and Six Sigma, Ergonomics and Healthcare Supply Chain. She has publications in peer reviewed international journals and international conferences in India and abroad.
3:00 pm, Thursday, March 10
Prof. Abdul-Rahim Ahmad
Professor of Decision Sciences
Karachi School of Business & Leadership
Karachi – 74800, Pakistan
Prof. Abdul-Rahim Ahmad is an award-winning academician and an active researcher of global repute working at the Department of Decision Sciences, Karachi School of Business Leadership, where he is involved in leading-edge interdisciplinary teaching, research, curricula development, and academic service. He is also an adjunct professor at the department of Systems Design Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada, where he is involved in graduate student thesis supervision and cutting-edge interdisciplinary research. Dr. Ahmad received his Ph.D. degree in Systems Design Engineering and M.S. degree in Management Sciences from the University of Waterloo, Canada. He has served at leading universities in Canada (University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University, Dalhousie University), Saudi Arabia (KFUPM), and Pakistan (KSBL) for several decades.
Dr. Ahmad’s research interests are mainly in the areas of Knowledge-based Decision Support Systems (DSS), Expert System (ES), and Decision Modeling with applications in Supply Chain Operations Management (SCM), Layout Optimization as well as empirical research in Strategic Management of Technology. Dr. Ahmad has more than 50 publications in high-repute and high-impact journals and conference proceedings. He has also regularly acted as reviewer for such reputable journals as EJOR, IJPR, IJOQM, etc. as well as international conferences. He has worked on several government- and industry-funded collaborative research projects in Canada and Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Ahmad’s current teaching interests are in the areas of Business Strategy, Business and Supply Chain Analytics, Information Systems Strategy, Management Science, etc. at both undergraduate and graduate levels. He is firm believer in the power of active, interactive, and cooperative learning in developing effective leaders and lifelong learners who can be agents of positive change in organizations and societies. He perceives teaching and learning a mutually beneficial learning enterprise between instructor and learners. Dr. Ahmad’s extensive award winning teaching experience at several AACSB accredited business schools in Canada and Saudi Arabia is considered asset for his peers and students. He has received more than 10 distinguished teaching awards from the University of Waterloo (Canada), Dalhousie University (Canada), King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (Saudi Arabia), and Umm Al-Qura University (Saudi Arabia).
Dr. Ahmad also has significant industrial and consulting experience in Supply Chain Management, Decision Support Systems, and Software Development. Consequently, he is familiar with the workplace social, ethical, and organizational issues as well as various market dynamics, which all prove assets in his passionate and interactive teaching through the use of contemporary real world examples. Furthermore, he has excellent individual and team-based project management skills acquired through his participation in a variety of academic, research, and industrial ventures. More importantly, he discerns the difference between creativity and productivity and he is cognizant of the value of both in academic settings and scientific inquiries.
Dr. Ahmad regularly consults with industry and academia. His consultations with Higher Education Institutions span Curricula Development, Curricula Review, Faculty Development, Academic Accreditation, and Continuous Quality Improvement. He is an academic accreditation consultant for universities pursuing AACSB, EFMD/EPAS, and NCAAA/EEC-HES accreditation and re-accreditation. He offers executive development courses in Strategic Management, Information Systems, and Project Management. He is a long time professional member of the Institute for Operations Research and Management Sciences (INFORMS) the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), IEEE Technology and Management Society (TEMS), and the Association of Information Systems (AIS).
3:20 pm, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Hasan Balfaqih
Assistant Professor and Head
Supply Chain Management Department
University of Business and Technology
Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Hasan Balfaqih is an Assistant Professor and the Chair of Supply Chain Management Department at the University of Business and Technology. He is a member of the Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Society [IEOM] and the European Operations Management Association [EUROMA]. He has authored and co-authored many scientific publications in ISI/SCOPUS and other databases including book chapters and peer reviewed articles in conferences proceedings and high impact factor journals from Emerald, Elsevier and Taylor & Francis publishers. His primary research interests focus on supply chain management, water supply management, sustainability, and digitalization areas. Also, he has contributed to review several project-funding proposals and research articles in peer-review journals and conferences.
3:40 pm, Thursday, March 10
Faculty of Engineering
Shebeen El-Kom, Egypt
Global Supply Chain and Logistics III
4:00 – 5:40 pm, Thursday – Virtual Meeting Room 1
Session Chair: Nouçaiba Sbai
4:00 pm, Thursday, March 10
Industrial Engineer and PhD Candidate
Ecole Mohammadia d’Ingénieurs
Mohammed V University
MBA and BA Lecturer
SIST British Education
Title: Inventory Management in Global Supply chain and Logistics
Sbai Nouçaiba is a fifth-year Ph.D. Candidate in Engineering Sciences and Supply chain management at EMI School of Engineering at Mohamed V University in Rabat. She is a member of the Analyze, Modelling, and Integration of Processes and Systems (AMIPS) research team in EMI. Her doctoral main research investigates multi-echelon inventory management with a special focus on sizing multi-echelon inventories in the pharmaceutical sector. Her research interests are in the areas of supply chain management, simulation in supply chain networks, and multi-criteria decision-making. She published several conference papers and participated in international conferences in Morocco as well as Europe. She holds an engineering degree in Industrial Engineering from the EMI School of Engineering at Mohamed V University in Rabat. She has been an MBA and BA Lecturer At SIST British Education in Morocco since 2018.
4:20 pm, Thursday, March 10
MS Production Management (Hamburg-Germany)
Certified Instructor and Researcher, George Mason University, USA
Certified Carbon Literate, Nottingham Trent University, UK
Assistant Professor | Corporate Trainer & Consultant
Dept. of Operations and Supply Chain
University of Management and Technology, Pakistan
Service Supply Chain Management
With cross cultural experience of more than 18 years in the corporate/private sector from organizations both in Pakistan and Germany, Asher brings with him concepts and knowledge about the revolutionary field of Supply Chain Management from abroad and is now considered amongst the breed of dynamic “Supply Chain Trainers” blending practical concerns effortlessly.
Asher has conducted numerous workshops in several academic and management training sessions in Pakistan in the areas of Supply Chain Management, Logistics Management, Warehousing Management, Inventory Planning and Management, Problem Solving, Decision Making skills, Service Operations Management, Freight Forwarding, Supply Chain Strategies, Vendor Selection and Development, Distribution Networks, RFID, 3PL, BPO, CPFR and Project Management. Employees from PIFFA, Agility Logistics, TAQ Logistics, Raaziq International, PSO, Shell, Total Parco, Cocacola, Pepsi, ICI Chemicals, Kot Addu Power Plant, Bata, Service Industries, Stylo Shoes, CCL Pharma, Wilshire Pharma, Berger Paints, Haleeb Foods, Packages, Borjan, Samin Textiles, Crescent Textile, Style Textile, UVAS, Vandana, Bank of Punjab and AFAQ foundation have attended these trainings on various topics, either open enrollment or customized. He also provides specialized consultancy services in the same areas. He has provided consultancy services to textile sector, footwear sector, packaging sector, cattle feed industry, parts manufacturing industry and education industry in the domains of purchasing, planning, production, distribution, inventory & strategy. He is keen to help organizations develop the performance management and measurement systems through the help of business process re-engineering and process mapping tools. He is adept in developing various types of performance dashboards.
His training interests are also extended towards the fields of Services Supply Chain Management, Supplier Relationship Management, Strategies in Supply Chain Management and Supply Chain performance measurement. He is known to be one of the educationalists in demand due to his versatile and friendly style of interaction. He has got foreign training from world renowned Kepner-Tregoe Strategy Consultants and Roland Berger Strategy Consultants on Problem Solving and Decision Making as well as Strategic Management, Intercultural Management, Product Development and Production Management. Asher has authored number of research papers in his ardent area too. Asher has been an AD-HOC member of reviewer board of 9 ISI impact factor emerald journals. He is also editorial board member of two supply chain journals that are indexed in SCOPUS.
Besides his enrollment in doctorate program in supply chain management, Asher previously, has done his MS in Production Management from Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany, on full scholarship sponsored by a world renowned German company Koerber AG. He is also a certified instructor from George Mason University, USA. He also holds a Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering from University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore.
4:40 pm, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Qiannong (Chan) Gu
Department Chair and Associate Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management
Miller College of Business
Ball State University
Dr. Gu is the Chair of ISOM Department and Associate Professor of Logistics and Supply Chain Management in Miller College of Business at Ball State University. Dr. Gu is holding a Ph.D. in Operations Management from The University of Houston and another Ph.D. in Manufacturing Systems from Florida Atlantic University.
Dr. Gu’s research interests focus on supply chain management, information systems, and business analytics. He has published research articles at journals such as International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, Production and Inventory Management Journal, Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education, International Journal of Business Analytics, Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management, among others.
Title: Can artificial intelligence (AI) predict and/or mitigate supply chain disruptions?
Abstract: Several supply chain disruptions were experienced last year in the United States: The Food supply shortage due to the winter storm in Texas & the one due to Los Angeles and Long Beach ports congestion are just the two major ones. These are of course in addition to the global interruptions in supply chains related to the Pandemic. In cases of unpredictable accidents, such as the Suez Canal blockage, how to mitigate such disasters remain a challenge. The focus of this paper is on how logistics and supply chain management professionals can adopt artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to possibly predict and prepare for such supply chain disruptions.
5:00 pm, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Guilherme Frederico
Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management
School of Management
Federal University of Paraná – UFPR
Curitiba, Paraná, Brazil
Guilherme Frederico is Associate Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at Federal University of Paraná – UFPR – School of Management, Brazil. He is also Professor and Researcher at Information Management Department on MSc and PhD programmes. He holds a B.Eng in Civil Engineering (UNESP) – 2003, M.Sc Industrial Engineering (UNESP) – 2008 and Ph.D in Industrial Engineering (UFSCar) – 2012. In 2018 he was a Visiting Research Professor at Centre for Supply Chain Improvement at University of Derby – UK. Currently he is a Research Collaborator Member of this same Research Centre. His research interests and expertise are related to Maturity Management in Supply Chains, Performance Measurement for Supply Chains and Operations Management, Knowledge and Information Management in Supply Chains, Project Management, Procurement and Supply Chain 4.0. He is author of the book “Supply Chain Strategy in the Industry 4.0 Era”. Also, he has published his research outcomes in international refereed journals such as Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management and International Journal of Business Excellence. He has a relevant previous industrial experience having worked for more than 10 years in global companies from different segments on strategic positions of Supply Chain and Operations Management.
5:20 pm, Thursday, March 10
Dr. Sara Saberi
School of Business
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Worcester, MA, USA
Sara Saberi is an Assistant Professor at the Foisie School of Business at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA.
She received her PhD in Business Administration with a major in Management Science and a minor in Industrial Engineering at the Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2016. Previously, she obtained a PhD in Industrial Engineering from University Putra, Malaysia in 2010. She received her Bachelor in Computer Engineering from Shiraz University, Iran in 2004 and her Master of Science in Socio-Economic Systems Engineering from Isfahan University of Technology, Iran in 2006.
Her research interests include: Future Internet, Game Theory, Supply Chain Networks, Network Optimization, Multi-criteria Decision- Making, Technology Management, and Multi-agent systems.
In 2017, she received a grant from APICS, jointly with Professor Joe Sarkis of WPI. Sara is the recipient of an Isenberg Scholar Award for 2014 and for 2015. Sara received the 2014-2015 Outstanding Doctoral Student Researcher Award from the Isenberg School.
Dr. Jabir Arif
Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University
Digital Transformation of Supply Chains: How digitization makes the SCM more efficient, agile, and customer-focused
Jabir Arif received the M.Sc., Engineering, Ph.D., HdR degrees in Industrial Engineering and Logistics from the National School of Applied Sciences Tangier, Faculty of Sciences and Technologies Fez, in 2008, 2010, 2016, and 2020 respectively. He is currently serving as an Associate Professor at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Morocco.
Jabir Arif has a significant industrial and consulting experience in Supply Chain Management & Logistics. He began his career as a Production Planner within a multinational company operating in the automotive wiring harness. Afterward, he was appointed Senior Engineer at the Ministry of Public Services and Modernization of Administration where he was in charge of the national major projects. Therefore, he is familiar with the workplace social, ethical, and organizational issues as well as various market dynamics, which all prove assets in his passionate and interactive teaching through the use of contemporary real-world examples.
Jabir Arif’s main research area is Supply Chain Management & Logistics, Outsourcing of Logistic Activities, Risk Assessment, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, and Industrial engineering. He discerns the difference between creativity and productivity and he is cognizant of the value of both in academic settings and scientific inquiries.
Jabir Arif’s current teaching interests are in the areas of Supply Chain Management, Lean Management, Sourcing, Management Science, etc. at both undergraduate and graduate levels.
Apart from teaching and research, he is acting as a reviewer in many ranked journals and conferences. He served as a Technical Committee member of several international conferences, tracks, and workshops.
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