Leading minds in inventory research gather at PhD summer school

Cardiff Business School recently hosted the 16th International Society for Inventories Research (ISIR) PhD Summer School, bringing together PhD students and experts in the field of inventory management.

The International Society for Inventories Research (ISIR) is a community of scientists interested in all aspects of inventory management, from inventory modelling and pricing to financial research and economic issues.

Fostering innovation and collaboration, the bi-annual summer school took place from 24 to 28 July 2023 at Cardiff University. The event brought together PhD students and researchers from across Europe to present, discuss and improve their research.

The summer school theme was: ‘Mitigating inventory uncertainty through whole systems theory.’

Summer school attendees wearing hi vis jackets at a site visit

The week included a social programme and industry visits to the Royal Mint and GE Aircraft Engine Services Limited. The industry visits helped students develop an understanding of the managerial implications of inventory research in a practical setting.

Francesco Stranieri, a PhD student and summer school attendee said: “my sincerest thanks for the warm welcome and impeccable organisation during the recent ISIR summer school. The experience has exceeded all my expectations, enabling me to acquire new skills and leaving an indelible mark on my academic and personal development.”

Professor Aris Syntetos said:

Professor Aris Syntetos Distinguished Research Professor, DSV Chair

He added: “it was wonderful to host such talented and dedicated PhD students. We were also delighted to be joined by senior faculty members from various universities and we are grateful for their keynotes, workshops and tutorials.”

Professor Mohamed Naim Head of the Logistics and Operations Management Section, Professor in Logistics and Operations Management, Co-Director of CAMSAC

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