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Leader

Dr. Yu Xiong, joined the Queen’s University Management School in October 2010, before joining Queen’s, he worked as a member of York Centre for Complex Systems Analysis at the University of York. He also serves as Associate Editor in Chief for International Journal of Mass Customization. He found and serves as Chair for China UK Entrepreneurship Competition. Dr. Xiong is supervising PhD candidates in Operations Management and Supply Chain management areas. He is a visiting fellow of University of York, UK, and a visiting Professor of Sichuan International Studies University, China.

Members

Dr. Kiran Fernandes, The University of York, is a Senior Lecturer in Operations Management at the University of York, and a member of the multidisciplinary York Centre for Complex Systems Analysis. Prior to joining York, he worked as an EPSRC/IMRC Senior Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, prior to that as a sub-systems engineer at the NASA John C. Stennis space centre, undertaking research into technology evolution and systems modelling in high-velocity sectors.

Yu Zhou, Queen’s University Belfast, is a joint PhD student of Chongqing University and Queen’s University Belfast. He now worked as a visiting research associate in Queen’s to conduct a research project, collaborative new product development among supply chain partner, funded by Chinese Government. His research interests focus on innovation management and supply chain management.

Zhongkai Xiong, Chongqing University, is a professor in operations management. He used to work as visiting scholar at IEOR Department, University of California at Berkeley for 4 years. His research was funded by US National Science Foundation, Natural Science Foundation of Canada, Intel Corp., IBM Corp. He also serves as Associate Editor in Chief for International Journal of Chinese Culture and Management.

Contact Information

25 University Square
Belfast
BT7 1NN
Phone: +44 (0) 28 9097 3644

Email: y.xiong@qub.ac.uk

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