Centre for Economic Transformation| CET

Dr A. Ghasemi (Amir)

Senior lecturer and researcher
Work address:
Fraijlemaborg, Fraijlemaborg 133, 1102 CV Amsterdam
Postal address:
Postbus 524,1000 AM Amsterdam
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Dr. Amir Ghasemi joined the Amsterdam School of International Business (AMSIB) in 2021 as a senior lecturer and researcher in International Supply Chain Management at the Department of IT Logistics after a Postdoctoral study in CONFIRM Centre for Smart Manufacturing in Ireland. He obtained his PhD degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Management from University of Limerick, School of Engineering, under supervision of Prof. Cathal Heavey in 2021. His Research mainly focuses on designing simulation, optimization, and Machine Learning (ML)-based Decision Support Tools for transforming Business Process Models and Value Chains towards the implementation of Digitalization, Sustainability, and Circular Economy within both service and manufacturing industries. He has published articles within the peer reviewed flagship journals such as Applied Soft Computing, Journal of Manufacturing Systems, and Engineering Optimization in addition to being an active member of the Winter Simulation Conference community.

He is currently engaged with the REFLOW Project working with Prof. Lori Divito aiming to develop circular and regenerative cities through enabling active citizen involvement and systemic change to re-think the current approach to material flows in cities. His main role is to design a Digital Twin (DT) for the Circular Garment Supply Chain Network between hospitals, manufacturers, and service providers.

At AMSIB, Dr. Ghasemi teaches courses on International Supply Chain Management and Data Analytics. He used to be a member of Productive 4.0 project (2017 to 2020) focusing on creating a user platform across value chains and industries and promoting the digital networking of manufacturing companies, production machines and products within EU mainly cooperating with semiconductor manufacturers such as Robert Bosch GmbH and Infineon Technologies AG.

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