Entrance hall of the ICMS

Risk, resilience and robustness of dynamic supply networks; bridging mathematical models and practice

Jan 11, 2017 - Jan 13, 2017

ICMS, 15 South College Street

Organisers

Name Institution
Champneys, Alan University of Bristol
Gross, Thilo University of Bristol
MacCarthy, Bart Nottingham University Business School
Petrovic, Dobrila Coventry University
Quigley, John University of Strathclyde
Walls, Lesley University of Strathclyde

Group photographs of the workshop participants are now available on the ICMS Flickr account.

The idea for this workshop has arisen out of the work of a £1 million UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council project    http://supply-net-dynamics.uk
of which the organizers are among Investigators. That project was funded out of the Mathematics for Manufacturing Initiative and is due to end in March 2017. The investigators come from a variety of different backgrounds, including network science, dynamical systems, applied statistics, operations research and decision science. During the course of that project it has emerged that the issue of mathematical modelling of supply chains goes well beyond the manufacturing sector, and also goes well beyond the traditional discipline boundary of Operations Research (OR), to encompass Bayesian Statistics, Network Science, Dynamical Systems and Control Theory.

The overall aim then is to bring together disparate communities to provide a networking and sharing of ideas and best practice between mathematical modellers and industrial practitioners. We will seek participation from a wider group of international and UK academics who are interested in bridging the gap between mathematics and practice. We envisage that the outcome of the workshop will be the establishment of a 'road map' of future research directions for this important interface between the mathematical sciences and management science.

A message from the organisers:

"We envisage a meeting with a mixture of mathematicians/statisticians  and management scientists/practitioners with about 20 speakers (and 40-50 participants). In addition there will be opportunities for tutorials, panel discussion, PhD student contributions and to spend time in the beautiful city of Edinburgh.  We are now in the detailed planning phase and will plan to announce the invited speaker list, call for contributed talks and registration details in October. In the meantime, please bookmark this page."

Alan Champneys
Bart MacCarthy 
Lesley Walls

http://supply-net-dynamics.uk/

Arrangements

Invited speakers were sent an invitation email from ICMS on 17 October 2016.

Contributed talks

The deadlines for registration for invited speakers and applications for contributed talks have now passed and all speakers have been notified. If however you wish to attend any talks, please email: gillian.kerr@icms.org.uk

Programme

This is a provisional programme and may be subject to alteration.

 A pdf of all available abstracts can be downloaded here.

Wednesday 11 January 2017 

09:45-10:30

Registration & coffee/tea in the Chapterhouse, Level 1

10:30-10:40

Paul Glendinning (ICMS)
Opening remarks and introduction

10:40-11:20

speakers from among: Bart MacCarthy, Lesley Walls, John Quigley, Alan Champneys, Thilo Gross, Dobrila Petrovic (EPSRC project team)
Resilience and robustness of dynamical supply networks pdf of presentation

11:20-12:00

Marcus Brandenburg (University of Kassel)
Supply chain risk in new product development pdf of presentation

12:00-12:40

Rommert Dekker (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Estimating and mitigating disruptions in spare parts supply chains pdf of presentation

12:40-14:00 

Lunch provided in the Chapterhouse, Level 1 

14:00-14:40

Stefan Nickel (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Risk aware supply chain planning: is optimal still good enough?  pdf of presentation

14:40-15:20

Alexandra Brintrup (University of Cambridge)
Supply network analytics

15:20-16:00

Coffee/tea in the Chapterhouse, Level 1

16:00-16:40

Lesley Walls, John Quigley, Mahdi Parsa (EPSRC project team)
Supplier performance ranking under epistemic uncertainty pdf of presentation

16:40-17:00

Iris Heckmann (FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik)
From naive supply chain risk concepts to computable risk-curves pdf of presentation

17:00-17:20

Sabrina Ralph (University of Nottingham)
The impact of quality performance on delivery: a systems dynamics model 

17:20-19:00

Informal wine reception in the Chapterhouse, Level 1

 

Thursday 12 January 2017

09:00-09:40

Abhijeet Ghadge (Heriot-Watt University)
Supply chain risk modelling: a simulation approach

09:40-10:20

Maurizio Tomasella (University of Edinburgh)
Optimal policies for manufacturing capacity rental: achieving resilient supply chains through reconfigurable manufacturing systems 

10:20-11:00

Christoph Bode (University of Mannheim)
A simulation-based analysis of response strategies to supply chain disruptions

11:00-11:30

Coffee/tea in the Chapterhouse, Level 1 

11:30-12:10

Janet Godsell (University of Warwick)
Coming of age: the role of data in enabling supply chain segmentation

12:10-12:30

Daniel Ritterskamp (University of Bristol)
Resolving the lack of data availability: generating realistic supply network structures pdf of presentation

12:30-12:50

Stephan Onggo (University of Lancaster)
The diffusion of social risk perception in a network: a hybrid agent-based and mathematical modelling approach pdf of presentation

12:50-14:15

Lunch in the Chapterhouse, Level 1   

 

14.15-15.00 

Industry session (14.15-18.00)
Bart MacCarthy (University of Nottingham)
Welcome and overview pdf of presentation
SDAR - Surveillance, Detection, Action and Response on supply networks pdf of presentation

15:00-15:30

Nandakishore Aswathanarayana (Rolls-Royce)
Resilience and robustness in supply chain under uncertainty due to disruptions 

15:30-16:00

Nick Wildgoose (Zurich Insurance)
Lessons from the corporate front line pdf of presentation

16:00-16:30

Coffee/tea in the Chapterhouse, Level 1 

16:30-17:00

Karsten Cox
Dynamics of supply chain failure

17:00-18:00

Open panel discussion led by Alan Champneys (University of Bristol)
Any industrial participant is welcome to give a brief summary of their interests or questions for research

18:00-19:00

Informal drinks in the Chapterhouse, Level 1

19.30

Workshop dinner at Blonde Restaurant, St Leonnard's, Edinburgh (see map) 

 

Friday 13 January 2017

09:20-10:00

Stephen Disney (Cardiff Business School)
The bullwhip effect in supply chains 

10:00-10:20

Magesh Nagarajan (Coventry University)
Resilient EV charging network infrastructure expansion: mind the gap between capacity and charging need

10:20-10:40

Mansour Qubeissi (Coventry University)
Impact of mathematical modelling on engineering advancement and emission reduction         pdf of presentation

10:40-11:10

Coffee/tea in the Chapterhouse, Level 1 

11:10-11:50

Ou Tang (Linköping University)
A review of intellectual structure in supply chain risk management: a text mining approach

11:50-12:10

Guven Demirel (University of Essex)
Modelling approaches to supply base inspection, surveillance, and intervention                       pdf of presentation

12:10-12:30

Tunde Adediran (Coventry University)
Developing an adaptive scheduling system for production-inventory replenishment problems pdf of presentation

12:30-12:50

Early career researcher session      

12:50-14:00

Lunch in the Chapterhouse, Level 1   

14:00-14:40

Dobrila Petrovic (Coventry University)
Fuzzy multi-objective optimisation of supply network risk, robustness and resilience                    pdf of presentation

14:40-15:00

Alex Rose (University of Nottingham)
The price of anarchy on heterogeneous traffic-flow networks  pdf of presentation

15:00-15:20

Alan Champneys (University of Bristol)
Robustness, resilience and flexibility - an ontology 

15:20-16:00

Closing remarks and tea/coffee

16:00

Close of workshop

  A pdf of all available abstracts can be downloaded here.

Presentations:

Presentation Details
Adediran, Tunde
Developing an adaptive scheduling system for production-inventory replenishment problems
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Aswathanarayana, Nandakishore
Resilience and Robustness in Supply chain under uncertainty due to disruptions
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Bode, Christoph
A simulation-based analysis of response strategies to supply chain disruptions
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Brandenburg, Marcus
Supply chain risk in new product development
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Brintrup, Alexandra
Supply Network Analytics
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Champneys, Alan
Robustness, resilience and flexibility - an ontology
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Dekker, Rommert
Estimating and mitigating disruptions in spare parts supply chains
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Demirel, Guven
Modelling approaches to supply base inspection, surveillance, and intervention
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Disney, Stephen
The bullwhip effect in supply chains
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Ghadge, Abhijeet
Supply chain risk modelling: A simulation approach
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Godsell, Janet
Coming of age: Role of data in enabling supply chain segmentation
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Heckmann, Iris
From naive Supply Chain Risk concepts to Computable Risk-Curves
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MacCarthy, Bart
SDAR - Surveillance, Detection, Action and Response on Supply Networks Peak
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Nagarajan, Magesh
Resilient EV charging network infrastructure expansion: Mind the gap between capacity and charging need
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Nickel, Stefan
Risk Aware Supply Chain Planning: Is optimal still good enough?
View Abstract Down
Onggo, Stephan
The diffusion of social risk perception in a network: A hybrid agent-based and mathematical modelling approach
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Petrovic, Dobrila
Fuzzy multi-objective optimisation of supply network risk, robustness and resilience
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Qubeissi, Mansour
Impact of mathematical modelling on engineering advancement and emission reduction
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Ralph, Sabrina
The impact of quality performance on delivery – a systems dynamics model
View Abstract Down
Ritterskamp, Daniel
Resolving the lack of data availability: Generating realistic supply network structures
View Abstract Down
Rose, Alex
The price of anarchy on heterogeneous traffic-flow networks
View Abstract Down
Tang, Ou
A review of intellectual structure in supply chain risk management: A text mining approach
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Tomasella, Maurizio
Optimal policies for manufacturing capacity rental - achieving resilient supply chains through reconfigurable manufacturing systems
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Participants

Name Institution
Adediran, Tunde Coventry University
Afshar, Saman Heriot-Watt University
Aswathanarayana, Nandakishore Rolls-Royce
Bode, Christoph University of Mannheim
Brandenburg, Marcus University of Kassel
Brintrup, Alexandra Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge
Champneys, Alan University of Bristol
Comrie, Emma University of Strathclyde
Cox, Karsten Hitachi Information Control Systems Europe
Dekker, Rommert Erasmus University Rotterdam
Demirel, Guven University of Essex
Dimitriou, Antroula University of Strathclyde
Disney, Stephen Cardiff Business School
Garcia Quiles, Sergio University of Edinburgh
Ghadge, Abhijeet Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh
Godsell, Janet University of Warwick
Gross, Thilo University of Bristol
Gulpinar, Nalan University of Warwick
Heckmann, Iris FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik
Hird, Abigail University of Strathclyde
Ibrahim, Ali University of Strathclyde
MacCarthy, Bart Nottingham University Business School
Nagarajan, Magesh Coventry University
Nickel, Stefan Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Onggo, Stephan Lancaster University
Parsa, Mahdi University of Strathclyde
Petrovic, Dobrila Coventry University
Qubeissi, Mansour Coventry University
Quigley, John University of Strathclyde
Ralph, Sabrina University of Nottingham
Ritterskamp, Daniel University of Bristol
Ronge, Magdalena Coventry University
Rose, Alex University of Nottingham
Smith, Oliver University of Nottingham
Strazzullo, Gennaro University of Strathclyde
Tang, Ou Linköping University
Tomasella, Maurizio University of Edinburgh
Tsardakas, Michael Heriot-Watt University
Walls, Lesley University of Strathclyde
Wildgoose, Nick Zurich Insurance
Yang, Jiahui University of Strathclyde