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The Tenth POMS-HK International Conference 5-6 January 2019

 
  •  Main  information
Date:
• 5-6 January, 2019
Venue:
• Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3 Building), City University of Hong Kong
Hosted by:
• Production and Operations Management Society -Hong Kong Chapter
• Department of Management Sciences, City  University of Hong Kong
Supported by:
• Lingnan University
• The Chinese University of Hong Kong
• The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
• The Hong Kong University of Science and  Technology
• The University of Hong Kong
Sponsored by:
• Cardinal Operations (杉数科技)
 
Conference Scope and Theme
Operations Excellence for a Better World
The Tenth POMS-HK International Conference will provide a forum for practitioners and academics to share their research, experience, and insights on how to build a better world through operations excellence.
 
  • Call for Papers
The Tenth POMS-HK International Conference will be organized by City University of Hong Kong from January 5 to 6, 2019.Under the theme Operations Excellence for a Better World, this conference intends to provide a platform for exchanging research ideas, industry practice, and managerial insights.
 
You are invited to submit abstracts/ papers that focus on any of the following or related topics.
 
• Business analytics and data-driven OM
• Service operations management and innovation
• Operations management and innovation
• Innovative analytics and data-driven OM
• E-operations
• Quality management
• Service and production scheduling
• Sustainable operations management
• Supply chain management, competition and coordination
• Logistics management
• International operations management
• Healthcare operations management
• Humanitarian and crisis management
• Logistics design and management
• Interface between POM and other fields: accounting, finance, marketing, information system, new product development, R&D
• Risk management
• Revenue management
• Empirical studies in the service and operations management
• Behavior operations management
• Emerging POM issues
 
  • Important Dates
Item Date
Submission of abstracts 15 October 2018
Submission of Best Student Paper Award 15 October 2018
Notification of acceptance of abstract 15 November 2018
Registration deadline for presenting authors 1 December 2018
Early bird registration deadline 1 December 2018
Registration deadline 15 December 2018
Conference date 5-6 January 2019
 
  • Registration
Registration Fee:
Category General participants Full-time students
If registered on or before 1 Dec, 2018 HK$2,800 HK$1,500
If registered after 1 Dec, 2018 HK$3,800 HK$2,500  
Registration covers all technical sessions, conference lunch, and conference dinner. No partial refund if the registrant does not attend any part of the event.
 
Payment Method and Registration Form:
Please complete the registration form with your signature, and send the scanned file le topomshk2019@cityu.edu.hk.
 
  • Keynote Spe Speakers
 
 
Professor John R. Birge
 
• Jerry W. and Carol Lee Levin Distinguished Service Professor of Operations Management
• The University of Chicago Graduate School of Business
• USA
Personal Webpage
Biography
John R. Birge earned a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Princeton University in 1977 and a master's degree and a PhD in operations research from Stanford University in 1979 and 1980, respectively. He joined the Chicago Booth faculty in 2004. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences, the Mathematical Programming Society, the Mathematical Association of America, and Sigma Xi. Birge studies mathematical modeling of systems under uncertainty, especially for maximizing operational and financial goals using the methodologies of stochastic programming and large-scale optimization. He is currently serving as the Editor-in-Chief of Operations Research.
 
Professor Zuo-Jun (Max) Shen
 
• Chancellor's Professor of Industrial Engineering & Operations Research
• University of California, Berkeley
• USA
Personal Webpage
Biography
Max Shen obtained his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences from Northwestern University. He joined the department in July 2004. Before that he taught at the Industrial and Systems Engineering Department at the University of Florida. His primary research interests are in the general area of Integrated Supply Chain Design and Management, Mechanism Design in Supply Chain Settings, Design and Analysis of Optimization Algorithms, Energy Systems Optimization, and Transportation System Planning.
 
  • Committee
 
General Chair
David Yanzhi Li, City University of Hong Kong
Organizing Committee
Chair:
Biying Shou, City University of Hong Kong
Members:
• Liping Liang, Mingming Leng, Weixin Shang,  Lingnan University
• Pengfei Guo, Zhou Xu, Hengqing Ye, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
• Qing Li, Qian Liu, Xiangtong Qi, Man Yu, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
• Hsiao-Hui Lee, The University of Hong Kong
• Yue Dai, Xiaole Wu, Fudan University
• Kun Soon Park, Korea Advanced Institute of    Science and Technology
• Geoffrey Chua, Fang Liu, Nanyang Technological  University
• Chia-Wei Kuo, National Taiwan University
• Lucy Gongtao Chen, Zhenyu Hu, National University      of Singapore
• Jie Song, Xiaona Zheng, Peking University
• Dongdong Ge, Simai He, Hang Wei, Shanghai    University of Finance and Economics
• Yun Fong Lim, Hai Wang, Rowan Wang, Singapore      Management University
• Karthik Natarajan, Singapore University of    Technology and Design
• Bo Feng, Soochow University
• Baozhuang Niu, Wenhui Zhou, Yongwu Zhou, South China University of Technology
• Ke Fu, Sun Yat-sen University
• Yongbo Xiao, Liu Yang, Tsinghua University
• Qi Fu, Zhaotong Lian, University of Macau
• Ye Lu, Jingui Xie, University of Science and    Technology of China
• Jianbin Li, Minghui Xu, Wuhan University
• Zhaowei Miao, Weifen Zhuang, Xiamen University
Program Committee
Chairs:
• Stephen Shum, City University of Hong Kong
• Yixuan Xiao, City University of Hong Kong
Members:
• Richard Fung, Siyang Gao, Qingpeng Zhang, City University of Hong Kong
• Peng Hu, Hu Qin, He Xu, Huazhong University of  Science and Technology
• Weixin Shang, Lingnan University
• Juan Li, Xiaolin Xu, Nanjing University
• Long He, National University of Singapore
• Wei Jiang, Jun Luo, Ying Rong, Huan Zheng,  Shanghai Jiao Tong University
• Lu Zhen, Shanghai University
• Weili Xue, Southeast University
• Xiting Gong, Daniel Zhuoyu Long, Kaijie Zhu, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
• Shilu Tong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong,Shenzhen
• Miao Song, Yulan Wang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
• Ying-Ju Chen, Xuan Wang, Jiheng Zhang, The Hong  Kong University of Science and Technology
• Jingqi Wang, Wei Zhang, The University of Hong  Kong
• Xu Chen, University of Electronic Science and    Technology of China
• Yi Yang, Weihua Zhou, Zhejiang University
Local Chairs
• Guangwu Liu, City University of Hong Kong
• Gang Hao, City University of Hong Kong
Best Student Paper Competition Chairs
• Yimin Yu, City University of Hong Kong
• Zhankun Sun, City University of Hong Kong
Job Fair Chair
• Jing Wu, City University of Hong Kong
Advisory Committee
• Xiande Zhao, China Europe International Business  School
• Frank Chen, Duan Li, Houmin Yan, City University  of Hong Kong
• Jiafu Tang, Dongbei University of Finance and    Economics
• Jeff Hong, Yifan Xu, Fudan University
• Liming Liu, Lingnan University
• Houcai Shen, Nanjing University
• Melvyn Sim, Chung Piaw Teo, National University of Singapore
• Guohua Wan, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
• Fan Wang, Sun Yat-sen University
• Xiaoqiang Cai, Vernon Hsu, Sean Zhou, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
• Janny Leung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen
• Edwin Cheng, Chung-Lun Li, The Hong Kong  Polytechnic University
• Guillermo Gallego, Albert Ha, Chung-Yee Lee,    Fugee Tsung, Rachel Zhang, Shaohui Zheng, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
• George Huang, Haipeng Shen, The University of  Hong Kong
• Jian Chen, Tsinghua University
• Yugang Yu, University of Science and Technolgy of China
• Shouyang Wang, University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
• Zhongsheng Hua, Zhejiang University
 
  • Sponsors
Cardinal Operations is a unique big-data decision company in China. Founded by five Stanford professor and PhDs, and with a team of world-class decision making experts and data scientists, Cardinal Operations aims at using big data to provide solutions for firms under complex decision scenarios. Different from many other "big data" companies, we try to close the loop in the decision chain in the era of big data — from data collection, pattern analysis, all the way to the final decision. Particularly, with the decision making experts and the state-of-the-art models and algorithms, we fill the gap between data analysis results and actionable decisions, making the most use of data to create value for companies.
 
杉数科技 (北京)有限公司成立于2016年7月,总部位于北京市东城区歌华大厦,并在上海市杨浦区设有子公司--上海杉数网络科技有限公司。作为中国第一个真正意义上的人工智能决策公司,杉数科技以杉(斯坦福的校徽标志)和数(数据科学)为名,依托于世界领先的深层次数据优化算法和复杂决策模型的求解能力,致力于为企业在海量数据环境下的复杂问题提供解决方案,利用数据为企业带来收益及成本端的显著变化,真正让每一个企业拥有定制最优化决策的能力。如何通过多维度的深度分析帮助客户找到在不同场景下的最优定价和销售策略?如何针对供应链中包括订单、库存、货运、配送等各个环节提供优化方案,帮助企业控制成本?如何针对金融及相关行业,提供从精准营销、征信、高危交易识别到不良资产处理的全链条风险管理服务?满足这些广泛而迫切的商业决策需求,帮助国内企业通过量化和精细化,科学地提高决策水平,提高企业的国际竞争力,恰恰是整个杉数团队走出第一步时的期许 - 作为优化运筹与决策科学领域里的践行者,我们身体力行,不忘初心。
 
 
 
 
 
  • Contact Inf Information
The Tenth POMS-HK International Conference Secretariat Office
Part1
• Department of Management Sciences
• 7-261, 7/F, Academic 3
• Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon Tong,
• Hong Kong
Part2
• Tel: 3442 8644
• Fax: 3442 0189
• Email: l: pomshk2019@cityu.edu.hk