First Round Keynote Speaker

 

Conference General Chair Prof. Dr. Md. Mamun Habib

Speech Title: Impact of COVID 19 on Manufacturing and Service Industry Supply Chain Management

 
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First Round Highlighted Speakers

 

Dr. Denis Kamau Muthoni

Denis Kamau is a Senior Lecturer of Supply Chain Management in the Department of Economics and Entrepreneurship at the Co-operative University of Kenya. He holds a PhD in Supply chain Management. His focus areas are logistics, outsourcing and sustainability.

Mr. Krit Jinawat

Krit Jinawat is a master’s degree student at the School of Manufacturing Systems and Mechanical Engineering, Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT), Thammasat University, Thailand majoring in logistics and supply chain systems engineering. I received my bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from SIIT, Thammasat University in 2019. My area of interest is operational research and production planning.

Mr. Mehdi Banijamali

Mehdi Banijamali has got BS in Industrial Engineering from Iran Science and Technology University and Master’s degree at Production management -Supply chain from Azad University Science and Research. He is currently MRP manager at Iran Khodro company ( IKCO). His areas of interests are General Supply Chain and Green Supply Chain - Operation Management – Renewable Energies.

Mr. Khalil Bayramov

Khalil Bayramov is a 23 years old Ph.D. candidate in Management and Quality Sciences. He pursued his Master’s degree in Supply Chain Management after graduating with Bachelor’s in Economics. Khalil has grown an interest in Logistics and Supply Chain Management while studying and gained work experience in this field. Current interest area of his is Reverse Logistics.

Mr. Ahmed Abd Rab Elnaby Mohamed Sayed

Ahmed Abd Rab Elnaby Mohamed Sayed is a DBA candidate at AASTMT. He has received MBA at ESLSCA Business School. He is currently Backhauling Advisor at CEMEX Egypt. He has published his work “Exploring the Optimum Cost & Time for the Project of Improvement CEMEX Egypt Logistics waiting area” in the Journal of Competitiveness Studies, Indiana university of Pennsylvania.