Hamid Allaoui, Full Professor, University of Artois, France
Keynote Topic : Decision support for collaboration planning in sustainable supply chains
Date : November 26, 2020 at 14h00 (GMT+1)
Hamid Allaoui is currently a full professor (Professeur des Universités) at the University of Artois in France and Director of LGI2A laboratory. After graduating with an engineering degree in electro-mechanical engineering (option industrial maintenance) in 2000, he joined ST-MicroElectronics company as a manufacturing engineer.
He received a PhD in Computer Science in 2004. His current research covers design, management, and optimization of supply chains especially scheduling and planning of operations. He is involved in several research projects as well as projects with industrial companies dealing with sustainable supply chains.
He has published in several international journals such as the: « International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications », « International Journal of Production Research », « Computers and Industrial Engineering », and « Computers and Operations Research ». He is the founder of the international conference on Green Supply Chain.
Keynote abstract :
Nowadays companies are facing increasing challenges to balance business performance and economic gains with increasing regulatory legislation for GHG emissions and societal impact (noise, accidents, congestion, etc.). They have to adopt new concepts and make the most of technological advances in their efforts to offer cost efficient, sustainable customer service. To support these companies in doing so, various decision-making issues for supply chains and logistics such as inventory control, distribution planning and routing need to be tackled in a sustainable and collaborative way.
A collaborative decision-making framework for sustainable supply chain planning will be presented. This framework facilitates the development of multi-party collaborative relationships across a network to improve the sustainability of delivered products. Moreover it proposes simultaneously collaboration and sustainability functionalities missing in many existing supply chain planning systems. This system has been evaluated and validated through a pilot program across a range of food supply networks. The work is motivated and applied by a major European research program in the agri-food supply chain.