SPECIALIZATION IN OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT, LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Director of the PhD in Operations Management, Logistics & Supply Chain Management (ISCTE-IUL)
Director of the Masters in Management of Services and Technology (ISCTE-IUL)
PhD in Manufacturing Systems Engineering, Cranfield University, UK
Member of the Institution of Engineers (Portugal)
Reviewer of the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, USA (2012, 2013)
Reviewer of the International Council for Small Business World Conference, USA (2010, 2011)
Telephone: 217903403; 794031
The specialization in Operations Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management aims at developing and testing new concepts to be applied to Operations Management, Lean Management, Procurement and Purchasing Strategies, Supplier Qualification Approaches, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Project Management, Service Management and, also, to Management of Innovation and Technology. Moreover, the program and its faculty are directed towards the creation of the adequate conditions to motivate a qualified set of masters to access the PhD degree, i.e. the third cycle of Bologna.
The degree is structured around three major objectives:
• Making available a selected set of knowledge and research skills, so that the PhD students can develop independent, skilled and innovative research that generates significant contributions;
• Encouraging and supporting PhD students in communicating the results of their research through the presentation of papers at conferences as well as through the publication of articles in journals;
• Enhancing either the academic or professional careers of the candidates by providing world class competences and state-of-the-art knowledge.
Why choosing the Ph.D. in Management with specialization in Operations Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management?
|World class faculty will provide a systematic, detailed, integrated and advanced training in applied research in a few selected areas of Operations Management such as, operations strategy, design & management both in industry & services, e-commerce & logistics, sustainability &, value creation in/by supply chains, strategic purchasing & transportation, marketing & logistics, servitization, organizational structuring & re-engineering.|
The education program concerns the theoretical, conceptual, methodological and research dimensions providing the tools to investigate relevant gaps of the previous set scope, in order to produce innovative frameworks and practices that should be able to push forward both the academic and professional careers of the candidates.
A dynamic learning environment and the close smart supervision empower each other towards the development of the doctoral researcher’ skills, resulting in advanced competencies into literature reviewing, outstanding research design and conduction, analytical and innovative mindsets and, adequate writing and oral reporting, at any international arena level.
Supervisors’ research areas of interest are mainly focused on the following:
• Procurement and Purchasing Strategies, Supplier Qualification Approaches
• Supply Chain Management
• Logistics and Distribution
• Lean Management
• Management of Innovation and Technology
• Operations Management in Industry and Services
• Service Management
• Quality Management
• E-Commerce and e-Business Models
• Inter-organizational networks
• Industrial Ecology and Eco-Logistics
• Design and Evaluation of Manufacturing Systems
• Organizational Structuring, Re-engineering and Information Systems Design
• Strategy and Operations
• Computerized Simulation
• Project Management
|Research Design I
|Research Design II||Organizational Behavior||Semester||6|
|Statistical methods||Statistics and Data Analysis||Semester||6|
|Research Development and Publication
|Specialization Seminar in Operations Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management||Technology, Production and Operations
|Research Project in Operations Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management||Technology, Production and Operations||Semester||12|
|Ph.D. Thesis in Operations Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management||Management
Ph.D. in Quantitative Methods, ISCTE-IUL
Statistics and data analysis in operations;
Simulation of operations systems;
Discrete event simulation
Ana Lúcia Martins
|Service operations management;
Logistics and supply chain management.
|Logistics and Supply Chain Management;
Distribution and Retail Management;
E-Retail and e-fulfillment;
Freight Logistics and Spatial Planning.
Ph.D. in Management, Cranfield University, UK
Business information systems (the overall life-cycle);
Business, operations and IS/IT strategies;
Organizational analysis and processes design;
Isabel Duarte de Almeida
Ph.D. in Biology, University of Lisbon
Ph.D. in Sustainability, New University of Lisbon
|Sustainable management & non-financial; reporting; corporate sustainability;
Cultural, political & ethical aspects of sustainability: Analytic Hierarchy Process.
Global and international logistics;
Industrial ecology and eco-logistics.
Design & evaluation of operations systems;
Organizational structuring & re-engineering;
Marco Alexandre Leite
PhD in Leaders for technical industries, MIT Portugal program, IST/University of Lisbon
Agile manufacturing and product development;