I recently had the opportunity to give an invited seminar to the Supply Chain Management group at Tilburg School of Economics and Management, Tilburg University. The session was interactive and the group was engaging. My appreciation to both Professors Jan Fransoo and Sangho Chae for their invitation and warm reception.
I had the pleasure to attend and present a research paper at this year’s Industry Studies Association Virtual Conference. Check out this link for more information about the events at the conference: https://isa1.memberclicks.net/2020-virtual-conference.
On March 14, I had the pleasure of hosting a technical talk on by Jason Koo from AlwaysAI, a software company that brings computer vision (CV) to embedded devices. As part of the session, we had demonstrations showing the applicability of CV in inventory management, product/customer tracking, promotion targeting, among others. Feel free to reach out to me at email@example.com if you have experience in using CV in a retail setting or simply interested to have a conversation on this topic.
I am pleased to share that my Ph.D. dissertation examining last-mile distribution networks in e-commerce omnichannel retailing has been selected, from among more than 270 entries, as the Winner of the 2018 Emerald/EFMD Outstanding Doctoral Research Award (Operations and Production Management Category).
Pleased to share that one of our papers published in IJOPM in 2018 has been awarded the 2018 Highly Commended Paper Award (Runner-up for outstanding paper of the year)!
Case link: http://cmr.berkeley.edu/blog/2019/1/sears
Our article arguing omnichannel synergy might be more appropriate than omnichannel integration in today’s competitive retail landscape using Wal-Mart as a case example has been published in Supply Chain Management Review.