Dr Wee Meng Yeo
- Senior Lecturer in Operations Management (Management)
Wee Meng joined the Adam Smith Business School in January 2018. He is interested in pursuing practice-inspired research and teaching in operations management.
Prior to joining University of Glasgow, he was a research scientist at the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology. In his former role, he was involved in industry-assist projects such as software development and training in the areas of demand forecasting and inventory planning.
He also held postdoctoral position at Georgia Institute of Technology, and was a member of the adjunct faculty with Singapore Management University.
Wee Meng is a member of the Services and Operations Management research cluster.
Areas of expertise:
- Supply chain and operations management
- Inventory control
- Pricing and incentives for new transport solutions in towns and small cities (with CollectiveTech and University of Aberdeen), via ASPECT Zinc, £4580, 2020
- ERASMUS+ Mobililty Grant, £2600.00, 2019
Wee is interested in supervising PhD projects in the fields of:
- inventory control and optimisation
- operations-marketing interface
- non-profit operations
Currently, his research uses quantitative techniques in applied probability, operations research and game theory. However, he also welcome students with interests to apply multidisciplinary approaches to pursue similar research areas.
Wee and his colleague Dr Farhad Shafti have considered supervising a PhD student in the area of foodbank supply chain. This research aims to explore how they can improve the UK foodbank and adopts a combination of qualitative and quantitative approaches to draw insights into supply chain design. In effect, this topic falls under a broader class of closed-loop supply chain pertaining to non-profit organisations such as foodbank to explore an optimised or desirable setup for their operations. This is their initial idea, but they are flexible to consider any interesting variations of the above.
Currently there is no available financial support for this topic, but once a suitable candidate starts the work, any appropriate opportunities will be considered. There are no guarantees that such opportunities result in financial support, therefore the candidate needs to be prepared for self-finance. Please provide your cv, academic transcript, and a proposal outlining how your interests can be a good fit for this particular research agenda.
- Bai, Yutong
The impact of blockchain technology implementation on supply chain collaboration
- Li, Yixuan
The supply chain finance based on the FinTech development
- Shalini Paul, *
Enabling knowledge transfer through international collaborations in sustainable renewable energy project: System dynamics approach.
- Tiyasangthong, Naruemon
Information driven empowerment to improve service delivery (Information management, Information system, Information technology)
- Tolegenov, Bakyt
Challenges and opportunities brought about by the revivification of the ancient Silk Road under the “One Belt One Road” Initiative for Kazakhstan, its positive and negative implications
- Operations management (MSc Professional Pathways)
- Supply Chain Management (MBA Elective)
- Project Management (Year 3)