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  Network configuration and optimisation for Omni-Channel retailing supply chain (REF: SF18/BAM/LI)
  Dr G Li
Applications accepted all year round
Omni-channel retailing, in which bricks and mortar joins with other channels such as TV, mobile, tablet, catalogue, and social media as a single means of transaction (Bamfield, 2013), is believed to be the ‘next big trend’ and the future of retailing.
  Research into Blockchain Applications in Supply Chains
  Assoc Prof C H Heavey
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
The University of Limerick (UL) with over 13,000 students and 1,300 staff is an energetic and enterprising institution with a proud record of innovation and excellence in education, research and scholarship.
  Intelligent BIM tool for Construction Waste and Associated Embodied Energy Minimisation at Design Stage using Supply Chain Collaboration
  Dr H Alaka, Dr J C Morel, Dr M Saidani, Dr L Oyedele
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
The main aim of the project is to develop an intelligent waste evaluation BIM tool that help designers to evaluate construction waste and associated embodied energy at early design stage.
  The readiness of Australian organisations with the digitisation of supply chains
  Dr K Peszynski, Prof K Kautz
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
This research aims to qualitatively explore the readiness of Australian organisations with digitisation of their supply chains. Business models and supply chains are rapidly evolving given the dynamic environment they are operating in and the technology that enhances their operations.
  Exploring Microbiological Decontamination Strategies for Fresh Produce
  Dr B Onarinde, Dr R Dixon
Application Deadline: 12 May 2019
Location. Holbeach Campus. Anticipated Start Date. 1st July 2019 or as soon as possible after this date. Duration of Award. 3 years.
  Delivery Work: Exploring Labour Process Change in the Parcel Delivery Sector.
  Research Group: Work, Organisations and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC)
  Prof K Newsome
Applications accepted all year round
The burgeoning expansion of e-commerce has increased demand for home delivery and has facilitated the growth in parcel delivery companies, subcontracted from retailers.
  Investigating the Management of the Early Stages of the Building Project Life Cycle
  Dr H Haroglu, Dr P Missa
Applications accepted all year round
Information exchange and communication throughout the building project life cycle is essential, specifically through early involvement of the actors such as contractors, subcontractors and engineers.
  Improving Port Efficiency and Global Competitiveness
  Prof P Chhetri, Assoc Prof V Gekara, Assoc Prof V Thai, Assoc Prof B Abbasi
Applications accepted all year round
This project under the Global Logistics and Maritime Studies Group (GLAM), that aims to develop modelling tools and management frameworks to enable ports to enhance operational efficiency, workforce productivity and environmental sustainability through optimal use of their resources to provide costeffective, safe and high quality services, thereby strengthening their global competitive positions.
  Local Infrastructure Health and Safety System
  Dr V Vukovic, Prof N Dawood, Dr E Hayat
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
Aim of the research is to develop Local Infrastructure Health and Safety System (LIHASS) that will consider different risks/hazards and energy/environmental footprint implications related to roads, pathways and other infrastructure of interest to local authorities, classified according to the standard classification systems (e.g.
  The Role of the European Union in the Global Trade in Counterfeit Products
  Prof G Antonopoulos, Dr J Kotzé
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
The aim of this project is to examine the role of the European Union in the global trade in counterfeit products. The project will develop a framework to examine the infrastructure that enables, facilitates and creates opportunities for the global trade in counterfeit goods.
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