A little more about Adrian...
Lecturer in Technology and Operations Management at the School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London, UK. He holds a PhD from Brunel University, West London where his research work focused on determining information systems contribution to manufacturing agility for SMEs in dynamic business environments. He holds the MSc from the University of Birmingham, UK.
Research interests focus on supply chain performance, modularization and mass customization, schedule and information visibility in the supply chain, reverse logistics, multimodal logistics and Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), in particular the use of innovative Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in logistics and transportation and the impact of logistics on regional economic development.
Was Principal Investigator in the EPSRC-funded project (grant number EP/F067119/1) 'Feasibility of implementing Direct Short Range Communication (DSRC) technology for the management of road transport logistics feeding port operations' and Principal Investigator in the seed corn research project ‘Assessing the support of current and novel information and communication technology (ICT) solutions to information visibility in complex logistics arrangements comprising road haulage and port operations’ funded by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT), UK.