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The International University of Logistics and Transport In Wrocław

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Lecturers

Professor Richard Wilding
Professor Richard Wilding OBE
As Chair (Full Professor) in Supply Chain Strategy at the Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management, Cranfield School of Management U.K. Richard Wilding works with European and international companies on logistics and supply chain projects in all sectors including pharmaceutical, automotive, high technology and professional services to name a few. He is a highly acclaimed presenter and regularly speaks at Industrial Conferences and has undertaken lecture tours of Europe and Asia at the invitation of local Universities & Confederations of Industry. He has published widely in the area of supply chain management and is Editorial Advisor to a number of top journals in the area.
Professor Wilding was appointed in 2005 as the first ever Full Professor and Chair of "Supply Chain Risk Management" in the world. This was in recognition of his significant contribution to this subject area. Supply chain risk is still a key focus of his research within the context of an organization’s overall Supply Chain Strategy, thus enabling companies to create sustainable and resilient competitive advantage.
Richard Wilding’s special areas of interest include the creation of collaborative business environments, reducing supply chain vulnerability & risk, time compression and techniques for aligning supply chains to maximise customer value and reduce cost. His Doctoral research, undertaken while employed at the University of Warwick, applied chaos and complexity science to logistics and supply chain management and resulted in the development of new management guidelines for supply chain re-engineering to mitigate risk.

Dr Didier Anciaux

Didier AnciauxDidier Anciaux is a teacher and researcher at the Laboratory of Industrial Engineering, Production and Maintenance (LGIPM) in Metz, France. He is licenced to run specialized research in industrial engineering (HDR). His scientific interests include areas of industrial systems modeling. He is a specialist in solving complex decision-making problems at strategic, tactical and operational levels in the areas of entrepreneurship, urban logistics, distribution, production and services planning, and transshipments. He has an experience in managing curricula, as well as research projects both at home and abroad. Dr Anciaux gives lectures at French, Tunisian, Moroccan and Polish universities.


Dr Jean-Marie Fevre
Jean-Marie FevreDr Jean-Marie Fèvre is a Senior Lecturer of Management Sciences at the University of Lorraine, France at the faculty in Sarreguemines. D. Jean-Marie Fèvre graduated from economy studies at the University of Rheims, France (1976-77) and at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium (1976-77). He obtained his Ph.D. in Economics at the University of Aix-la-Chapelle, Germany, in 1989. His unusual career has been developing mainly abroad: he has been a Teacher for Business French at the French Institutes in Düsseldorf (1977-1981) and in Aix-la-Chapelle (1981-1985). He was a Parliamentary Assistant at the Bundestag in Bonn (1985-1987) and a Lector for French at the University of Aix-la-Chapelle (1987-1990). He worked for six years (1990-1996) as a Language Officer at the French Embassy in Warsaw, Poland, and became Deputy Director of the French Institute in Hamburg, Germany (1996-2000) before he joined the University of Lorraine where he has been lecturing since 2000 on International Logistics, SCM, Transport Economics, Cross-Cultural Management and Geography of Flows. He has acquired remarkable language skills (French, German, English, Dutch, Polish, Spanish, Danish). He worked and delivered lectures in 20 countries: Australia, Belgium, China, Colombia, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Italy, Luxemburg, the Netherlands, Poland (1980, 84, 87, 88, 90-96, 04, 06), Russia, Spain, Ukraine, the UK, the USA. His numerous publications, in French, German, English, Polish and Dutch, are in the fields of Logistics (e.g. Disaster Logistics), Corporate Social Responsibility and Cross-Cultural Management. His is a member of the Civic Reserve of the French Army (with the grade of Major). His 73 blood donations for the German Red Cross emphasize his social commitment.


Dr Jérémie Schutz
Jeremie SchutzJeremie Schutz has been a lecturer at the University of Lorraine and at the Institute of Mathematics, Information Technology, Mechanics since 2010. His scientific activity is based on research conducted at the LGIPM Laboratory of Industrial Engineering and Production of Metz, France. In 2009, after obtaining his PhD on “The Contribution to the Optimization of the Exploitation and Maintenance Planning, Based on Predictions: the Use in Shipbuilding" at the University of Paul Verlaine, where he was a researcher he developed scientific interests in the maintenance/technical service and inspection policies. His teaching activities are focused on undergraduate BSc and graduate and MSc levels, especially on Production Management, Simulation and Experimental Procedures, Maintenance and Technical Support, Reliability of Systems. He has attended several international conferences and has published articles in many international scientific journals. He is an active member the MACOD group.


Dr Sofiene Dellagi
Sofiene DellagiSofienne Dellagi obtained his MSc Degree in 2003 followed by PhD in 2006 at the University of Paul Verlaine in Metz, France. Before getting the position of a lecturer at the University, in 2008 he was a research assistant at the Higher Engineering School in Metz, France. Since 2008, Dr Dellagi has been a member of scientific group Reliability- Maintenance-Technical Support of the LGIPM Laboratory of Industrial Engineering and Production of Metz, France. He is the author of seven papers in international journals and the advisor to two MSc theses. His researches cover the areas of reliability and maintenance of production systems for goods and services. In his researches he focuses on integrated policy of the technical service and maintenance; the connection of technical service and production management strategy within the economic constraints; the development of the strategy of monitoring and management optimization of the spare parts.


Prof. Sauer Nathalie

Nathalie Sauer has been a Professor at the University of Lorraine since 2005. She obtained her Master’s degree in applied Mathematics at the University of Paris, followed by a PhD degree in Industrial Engineering at the University of Metz, France. Since 2006 she has been a deputy head of LGIPM Laboratory of Industrial Engineering and Production of Metz. Her research fields cover performance evaluation and optimisation of production and logistics systems. She has been a board member of the French Operations Research Society ROADEF since 2010, a member of the Scientific Council of the ENIM since 2006. She is the author and co-author of 16 papers in international scientific journals and 39 papers from international conferences.


Prof. Nidhal Rezg
Nidhal RezgNidhal Rezg graduated from the PhD studies in Industrial Automatics at the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA) in Lyon, France in 1996. He was a professor at the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada from 1997 to 1999 and an associate professor at the University of Metz, France until 2004. Currently he holds the position University of Professor. He has been the Chief Scientific Officer of LGIPM laboratory (Laboratoire de Génie Industriel et Production de Metz at INRIA) since October 2006. He was in charge of the research team from 2007 to 2011. His research interests focus on the optimization of services and production, as well as on SED control. He is the author of sixty papers in international journals, the supervisor of 12 theses and 4 accreditations.


Dr Smail Benzidia
Smail BenzidiaSmail Benzidia receired his PhD in Management Science at the Aix-Marseille II University in 2010. He is a lecturer in Logistics Management at the University of Lorraine and a Member of the European Center for Research in Financial Economy and Business Management (CEREFIGE) Nancy-Metz. As a researcher he focuses on Interorganizational Information Systems, development of E-business especially the business model of Electronic Marketplaces, Collaborative Supply Chain Management. He has published several papers in academic journals and conference proceedings. Smail Benzidia is responsible for undergraduate and graduate students of "Quality Management" at the Institute of Administrations and Businesses (IAE), Metz, France.


Dr Sadok Turki
Dr Sadok Turky is a researcher at the Laboratory of Industrial Engineering, Production and Maintenance (LGIPM) at the University of Lorraine in Metz, France. He received a Master of Science degree at «MMSP» (Mechanics, Materials, Structures, and Processes) in 2006. He has been conducting scientific research at the University of Lorraine since 2011. Dr Turki is also a lecturer of mechanical engineering.


Dr Zied Hajej
Zjed HajejHe has been a lecturer at the University of Lorraine in Metz, France and a researcher at the Laboratory of Industrial Engineering, Production and Maintenance in Metz (LGIPM), France since September 2012. Having defended his PhD thesis at the University of Paul Verlain in Metz, France in 2010 entitled 'Contribution into the policy of integrated technical service, including retraction and reverse production process' he was employed at the University in Metz, France until 2012. His main research areas are optimization of production processes, development of methods and tools supporting designing, as well as supervising services and production systems. The author of several papers in international journals on industrial engineering. Dr Hajej gives lectures and runs labs on modeling and organizing production and logistics systems, automation and methods of production systems quality control.


Dr Ayse Akbalik
Ayse AkbalikDr Ayse Akbalik is currently a lecturer at the University of Lorraine and also a researcher at the Laboratory of Industrial Engineering, Production and Maintenance in Metz, France and TOBB - the University of Technology and Economics. She is also a member of a research team at the faculty of Industrial Engineering and she cooperates with the Laboratory of Technology Micrelectronics-MTL. Between 2007 and 2008 she gave specialized lab-lectures at the Technical University of Grenoble, and at the Joseph Fourier University. She was also a lecturer at ENSGI,INP Grenoble, the Technical University of Grenoble, and the Joseph Fourier University in the period 2003 – 2006. She obtained her Engineer's diploma at the Institute of Industrial Engineering at the Galatasaray University of Istanbul in Turkey.


Prof. Christophe Rapine
Christophe Rapine is a Professor at the University of Lorraine and a researcher at the Laboratory of Industrial Engineering, Production and Maintenance in Metz, France. At present he is responsible for research team Industrial Management and Logistics (GIL). He received his Master's degree at the Institute of Information Technology at the Joseph Fourier University in Grenoble, France, and his PhD at the National Institute in Grenoble (INPG). He has been Assistant professor at Ecole des Mines de Nantes and Professor at the University of Lorraine since 2005. He has been a board member of the French Operations Research Society (ROADEF) since 2010, a member of the Scientific Council of the ENIM since 2006 and a co-chair of the organizing committee MOSIM'10 - May 2010 - Hammamet, Tunisia. He is an author and co-author of 16 papers in international journals and 39 papers at internationals conferences.

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