Supply chains stretch across borders. Alignment of effectiveness and interdependence can result in significant productivity gains and robust resilience to micro and macro level shocks. Building models upon the data and developing optimization tools to support planning or operational decisions and to improve key performance indices in supply chains upon disruption. Leveraging on the tools developed by other faculty in the OR cluster. Addressing issues in one of the most important industry pillar for Singapore economy.
||Prof Teo Chung Piaw||Research Publications|
|Department of Decision Sciences||Appointment sequencing|
|NUS Business School||Resource Pooling and Allocation Policies|
|PhD, Operations Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA||Least Squares Approximation|
|On reduced semidefinite programs|
|Optimization Under Uncertainty, Discrete Choice, Supply Chain Management,||Areas of Expertise:|
|Combinatorial Optimization, Invention Theory, Operations Research||Business Economics, Service and Manufacturing Flexibility|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Resource Allocation and Deployment|
The current projects undertake by the Supply Chain group are:
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