Doctoral Candidates INT

Raúl Ignacio Castillo Villagra  homepage   Mail
MBA
Production Engineering
Modelling a Resilient Supply Chain of the Extractive Mining Industry



Marco Cen  homepage   Mail
M.Sc.
Physics / Electrical Engineering
Polymer Nanocomposite Based Microsensor for Strain Measurements of Carbon Fiber/Epoxy Composites



Wajid Aziz Dar  homepage   Mail
MS
Business Studies / Economics
Application of big data analytics for realizing sustainable supply chain performance.



Christoph Greulich  homepage   Mail
Dipl. Inf.
Mathematics / Computer Science
An Agent-based approach to Multicriteria Process Optimization in Intralogistics for Mass Customization



Supara Grudpan  homepage   Mail
M.Sc.
Mathematics / Computer Science and Production Engineering
Design and Development of a Framework for Collaborative Serious Games in the Field of Logistics and Urban Mobility for Higher Education and Vocational Training



Wacharawan Intayoad  homepage   Mail
M.Sc
Production Engineering
Development and Evaluation of Automatic Business Process Analysis System in Manufacturing and Logistics Based on Large-scale Transaction Data and Context Information



VishnuPriya Kuppusamy Parimalam  homepage   Mail
M.Tech
Physics/ Electrical Engineering
Context-Aware Data Dissemination Framework for Destination-less Opportunistic Networks



Chanaka Lloyd  homepage   Mail
M.Sc.
Physics / Electrical Engineering
Airflow Pattern Analysis and Optimization of Quality Degradation Warning Systems with Airflow Parametric Data in Transport Systems



Asrat Mekonnen  homepage   Mail
M.Sc.
Business Studies and Economics
Improving Pharmaceutical Supply Chain Performance Through Reliable Distribution Network Design



Sayed Mehdi Shah  homepage   Mail
MBA
Production Engineering
Monitoring External Supply Chain Risks in Global Apparel Sourcing by Combining Statistical Data with Text Mining Analysis of News



Feroz Ahmed Siddiky  homepage   Mail
M.Sc.
Computer Science
Human Activity Understanding by Watching Videos



Guoyi Xia  homepage   Mail
M. Sc.
Production Engineering
Digital twin for human-robot collaboration



Ambreen Zaman  homepage   Mail
MIT
Mathematics and Computer Science
Embodied Interaction and Applications



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