Lecturer, Management Discipline Group
UTS Business School,
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Research Interests: Supply chain risk and disturbance management, Sustainable supply chain, Modelling and simulation, Applied operations research, Intelligent decision making, Multi-criteria decision making
Sanjoy Paul has obtained his PhD from the University of New South Wales. Prior joining to UTS as a lecturer, he also served RMIT University, Australia and BUET, Bangladesh as an academic staff. He has published many articles in top-tier journals including European Journal of Operational Research, International Journal of Production Economics, Computers and Operations Research, International Journal of Production Research, Annals of Operations Research, Journal of Management in Engineering, Journal of Cleaner Production, Computers and Industrial Engineering, Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing and so on. He is also an active reviewer of many reputed journals. His research interest includes supply chain disturbance management, modelling, applied operations research, and intelligent decision making.
Dr Paul has received several awards in his career, including ASOR Rising Star Award, Excellence in Early Career Research Award from UTS Business School, the Stephen Fester prize for most outstanding thesis from UNSW, high impact publications award for publishing articles in top-tier journals, and several university scholarships for outstanding results in undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Dr Paul is a member of the Australian Society for Operations Research (ASOR) and Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI). He is also a committee member for the Industry Risk Committee of ASCI.