6th IEOM Global Supply Chain and Logistics (Virtual)
6th IEOM Global Supply Chain & Logistics focuses on current challenges in supply chain and logistics. It addresses readiness for business management graduate for industry ready around the globe. It focuses in the following areas but not limited to:
- 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
- or similar topics
Each speaker needs to submit a title of the talk, photo and a short bio as well as power point presentation. All will be included in the conference proceedings. If you are interested to be distinguished feature speaker, please contact email@example.com for details.
Each speaker needs to register for the conference and pay the registration fee online: https://www.xcdsystem.com/IEOM/attendee/index.cfm?ID=4JOlyri
Global Supply Chain and Logistics – I
1:00 – 2:40 pm, Friday, November 5
Session Chair: Dr. Asela Kulatunga
1:00 – 1:20 (Friday, November 5)
Design Thinking Expert, CMBB, PMP
Vice President, Bangladesh
Dr. Mikel J Harry Six Sigma Management Institute Inc.
Transformer, facilitator, connector, problem solver
Sadique Salim is one of the well-known resources in the field of Lean Six Sigma, Design Thinking, Innovation, Start UP acceleration and Business Excellence in the South Asia. He is known for transforming organization with little or limited resources. Sadique is one of the first Design Thinking, Six Sigma experts in his home country. He has been practicing Six Sigma in his work and as a consultant for last 16 years and helped set it up for many organizations. He is featured frequently as a guest speaker is ACCA Asia programs, universities, seminars where he talks about Design Thinking, Six Sigma, Operational Excellence, Business Transformation and Data Science. Sadique is a Certified Lean Six Sigma Master Black from Six Sigma Management Institute. He is also a Certified Project Management Professional for last 10 years from Project Management International, USA. He also received certification on Design Thinking from AHO (The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, Norway) and Designing Better Services from Telenor Academy- Pebble Road (Thailand). Since 2014. Sadique has guided over 50+ organizations, both manufacturing and services across ten countries in their Organizational Excellence journey, Design Thinking implementation, TQM and Six Sigma implementation and known for his avid skills in successful Business Transformation and Change Management. He is also a frequent pro bono consultant for local start-ups and plays an active role in raising funds and investments for them. He also represents some global venture capitalist organizations in Bangladesh.
1:20 – 1:40 (Friday, November 5)
Prof. Prabhat Mittal
Department of Commerce & Management
Satyawati College (Eve.)
University of Delhi
Prabhat Mittal is a Professor in the Department of Commerce & Management, at Satyawati College (Eve.), University of Delhi (India). He holds a doctoral degree from the Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), University of Delhi, and has published many research articles in the fields of supply chain management, quantitative finance, and big data analytics. He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, University of Minnesota (USA). He has also been an associate fellow of Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (IIAS), Shimla.
His current research interests include big data, public administration, healthcare supply chain, econometric modeling and high frequency data. He has recently completed projects on “Impact Evaluation of Mukhya Mantri Adarsh Gram Yojana, sponsored by Government of Himachal Pradesh and “Study on Police Accountability, Motivation and Control”, Sponsored by Bureau of Police Research & Development (BPR &D). He is consultant in the ongoing project on “Evaluation of Watershed Programme ” of Government of Himachal Pradesh, India.
He has delivered lectures in more than hundred workshops/FDP/conference programs on data management and analysis tools using R, SAS, SPSS, EVIEWS, AMOS, SmartPLS. He has authored forty research articles in national and international journals and also presented a number of papers in national and international conferences at IISC Bangalore, IIM Bangalore, NTU Singapore, University of Economics Vietnam, University of Bahrain, University of Kelaniya Sri lanka, University of Minnesota, Las Vegas (USA).
1:40 – 2:00 (Friday, November 5)
Mr. José Carlos Hernández González
Artificial Intelligence in agro supply chain management: opportunities to green coffee in Mexico
Mr. Hernández-González is part of the Advanced Technology Center, CIATEQ A.C. at the Tabasco campus in Mexico, working on logistics and supply chain projects as an associate researcher.
He is an Industrial Engineer with a specialization in manufacturing and reliability. He received his master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from the Technological Institute of Orizaba with a specialization in Decision Analysis System, where he develops artificial intelligence applications to improve the processes of the agricultural supply chain.
During his academic and professional training, he has participated in projects about technological innovation, applied research and services with the industry. Today, Mr. Hernandez-Gonzalez is an accredited person in decision quality, and he is certified by the Mexican Association of Logistics and Supply Chain A.C.
Mr. Hernández-González has contributed to several publications in Journals, participation in seminars and international conferences such as the International Congress on Logistics and Supply Chain (CILOG). He is a reviewer of articles from different conferences in Mexico and teaches about logistics and simulation in Systems Dynamics.
His research interests include decision analysis, logistics and supply chain, simulation paradigms, and artificial intelligence.
2:00 – 2:20 (Friday, November 5)
Dr. Ahm Shamsuzzoha
Tenure track professor
University of Vaasa
Dr. Ahm Shamsuzzoha received his Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, majoring Energy and Environment from University of Strathclyde, UK and Ph.D. in Industrial Management from the University of Vaasa (UVA), Finland. He also received his Teacher’s Pedagogical Qualification (Professional Teacher Education) from Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland in 2019. Ahm Shamsuzzoha is working as a Tenure Track Professor, Industrial Systems Analytics, School of Technology and Innovations, University of Vaasa and in the research platform Digital Economy. He has been involved in a leading position in a number of European Union projects and nationally funded projects in Finland. He is currently also involved in several ongoing projects both in European Union level and local projects in Finland. His research interests are mainly focused on supply chain and logistics management, entrepreneurships, innovation management, blockchain, space data, sustainable energy and environment.
2:20 – 2:40 (Friday, November 5)
Dr. Asela Kulatunga
Department of Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering
Faculty of Engineering
University of Peradeniya
Dr. Asela Kulatunga is a senior lecturer in the Department of Manufacturing & Industrial Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. He earned Bachelors in Production Engineering from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, and Ph.D. in Mechanical/ Industrial Engineering from University of Technology, Sydney, Australia and gLink Erasmus Mundus Research Fellowship at University of Bremen Germany. He has published several books/book chapters, and more than seventy journal and conference papers. Dr. Kulatunga has served in many local and international forums which include the ministry of Environment Sri Lanka, UNEP LCA initiative, UNIDONCPC projects. His research interests include lean and sustainable manufacturing, Industrial Engineering. He is the country representative for IEOM in Sri Lanka. He also holds memberships at IIE, IEEE, ERSCP, and IESL.
Global Supply Chain and Logistics – II
3:00 – 4:40 pm, Friday, November 5
Session Chair: Dr. Marco Augusto Miranda Ackerman
3:00 – 3:20 (Friday, November 5)
Ignacio Laiton Poveda
Escuela Tecnológica Instituto Técnico Central
Bachelor of Physics National Pedagogical University, Bogotá, Colombia. Specialist in Sciences, Physics, National University of Colombia. Master in Education, Universidad de la Salle, Bogotá, Colombia. Doctor of Education, Cum Laude thesis, University of Granada, Spain.
Teacher of all educational levels throughout 28 years of experience. During the last twelve years dedicated to university teaching and the last ten to research on the teaching of thought skills through basic sciences in Engineering, developing several research projects in this line.
These researches have been exposed in different scenarios and congresses among which congresses on engineering education in Havana, Cuba, Orlando and Boston, United States, Bilbao, Spain, Munich, Germany, Valencia, Spain, Leuven, Belgium, Bucaramanga and Bogotá stand out, Colombia.
The current trends in teaching for the 21st century in relation to thinking skills in the context of basic sciences in Engineering, are the basis for the talk on “New trends in the teaching-learning process of basic sciences for engineering “, where it is intended to address topics such as” Thought Routines “,” Collaborative Learning “,” Visible Learning “,” Visible Thinking “among others, innovative trends that also involve the evaluation of students.
3:20 – 3:40 (Friday, November 5)
Lean Expert and Consultant
KCE Consulting LLC
Troy, Michigan, USA
3:40 – 4:00 (Friday, November 5)
Justin T. Smith
PhD candidate in Management Science
University of North Texas
Title: “Maintaining Value Co-Creation in Education Supply Chains during Disruptions through System Resilience Optimization”
Justin T. Smith is a PhD candidate in Management Science at the University of North Texas. He received his M.S. in international financial management from the University of Maryland in 2015. His research interests include optimization in complex and adaptive systems, network resiliency and strategic investments.
Mr. Smith is completing his dissertation on service supply chain resiliency. He has written research on the role of education in cybersecurity specialization. He has also presented research on the effect of economic elasticity on social resiliency and the role of state conditioning in Markov-Chain analysis on stochastic utility optimization.
Mr. Smith began his career as an intelligence analyst and Persian linguist in the United States Air Force. During this time, he supported both Operation Iraq and Enduring Freedom where he was awarded 2 letters of commendation, a meritorious service medal and was named Junior Technician of the year in 2004. Mr. Smith was the youngest serviceman to be certified subject matter expert and was appointed lead trainer in his unit. He then transitioned to economic and financial analysis where his team was awarded the meritorious unit citation for their continued success in monitoring the global financial crisis. He has experience collaborating and teaching in international communities and evaluating long-term impacts of disruptive events.
4:00 – 4:20 (Friday, November 5)
Dr. Helena Carvalho
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
NOVA School of Science and Technology
NOVA University Lisbon
Helena Carvalho holds a PhD in Industrial Engineering from NOVA SST. She is Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the NOVA SST – Portugal and Vice-President in UNIDEMI (Unidade de Investigação e Desenvolvimento em Engenharia Mecânica e Industrial). She published more than 40 articles in journals on the topic of the supply chain, sustainability, lean, green, agile and resilient systems. She participates as a Researcher in 7 projects. She also participate in the evaluation committee of PHD grants and national projects. In their professional activities interacted with 90 collaborators co-authorship of scientific papers.
4:20 – 4:40 (Friday, November 5)
Dr. Eugenia Suarez Moran
Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico
Global Supply Chain and Logistics – III
5:00 – 6:40 pm, Friday, November 5
5:00 – 5:20 (Friday, November 5)
Dr. Diego Alberto Oliva
Universidad de Guadalajara, CUCEI
Guadalajara y alrededores, México
The tentative title of my talk is: “Metaheuristic Algorithms: Open Challenges in Engineering”
Diego Oliva received the B.S. degree in Electronics and Computer Engineering from the Industrial Technical Education Center (CETI) of Guadalajara, Mexico in 2007, the M.Sc. degree in Electronic Engineering and Computer Sciences from the University of Guadalajara, Mexico in 2010. He obtained a Ph. D. in Informatics in 2015 from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Currently, he is an Associate Professor at the University of Guadalajara in Mexico. In 2017 he has been visiting professor at the Tomsk Polytechnic University in Russia. He has the distinction of National Researcher Rank 2 by the Mexican Council of Science and Technology. Since 2017 he is a member of the IEEE. Diego Oliva is co-author of more than 100 papers in international journals and 5 books. He is part of the editorial board of IEEE Access, Plos One, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, and IEEE Latin America Transactions. His research interest includes Evolutionary and swarm algorithms, hybridization of evolutionary and swarm algorithms, and Computational intelligence.
5:20 – 5:40 (Friday, November 5)
Dr. Satish Vadlamani
Sr. Mgr. Supply Chain Analytics
Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA
Satish Vadlamani is a Sr. Mgr. Supply Chain Analytics at Kenco Group, Chattanooga, TN ,USA. He earned B.Tech. in Electronics and Communications Engineering, India. A Masters and Ph.D. in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Mississippi State University, USA. Before joining Kenco, Dr. Vadlamani worked at other global supply chain companies like APLL and XPO.
Dr. Vadlamani has passion for applying operations research, machine learning (ML) and artificial (AI) intelligence to solve complex supply chain problems. Dr. Vadlamani has seven years of experience applying ML and AI for problem solving.
Dr. Vadlamani has published at multiple journals and conferences and teaches data science and analytics to people around the globe. His research interests include networks, wireless sensor networks, wireless ad-hoc networks, supply chain networks, network interdiction, location problems, transportation, and meta-heuristics.
Dr. Vadlamani has been an invited speaker at various colleges, universities, and other professional organizations across the globe. He is a member of IEOM, INFORMS and IISE.
5:40 – 6:00 (Friday, November 5)
Associate Prof. Dr. Raja Zuraidah Raja Mohd Rasi (PhD)
Associate Professor in Supply Chain Management
Department of Production and Operations Management
Director, Marketing and Corporate Communication Office
Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM)
Batu Pahat,Johor, Malaysia
Raja Zuraidah Rasi is the Associate Professor in Supply Chain Management, in the Department of Production and Operations Management, Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia. She is currently a Director of Corporate Marketing and Communication Office at her university. Dr Raja Zuraidah holds a PhD in Industrial Management from Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Her research interests include sustainable supply chain, sustainability and operations performance. Her more recent work has been on the application of the blockchain technology in supply chain, and improving operations process through concepts such as root cause analysis, critical chains and lean systems.
6:00 – 6:20 (Friday, November 5)
Ferry Jie, CMILT, PhD
School of Business and Law
Discipline of Business Systems and Operations
Edith Cowan University
270 Joondalup Drive
Joondalup WA 6027, Australia
Presentation title: Global Supply Chain Management: Future Research Opportunities
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.
6:20 – 6:40 (Friday, November 5)