Operation Research Group is a research group under Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering Area of Specialization, Department of Industrial Systems Engineering.  This research group focuses on the applications of OR&MS knowledge to help find solutions for various complicated problems in manufacturing and service industries.  Development of solution techniques for large scale optimization problems in logistic and supply chain networks is also of interest of the group.

Current Research

  • Supply Chain and Logistic Management
  • Supply Contracts
  • Inventory Policy with Emergency Orders
  • Inventory Policy under Supply Disruption
  • Inventory Positioning in Supply Chain
  • Vendor-Managed Inventory Systems
  • Bullwhip Effect

Selected Publications

  1. Siddique*, P.J., Luong, H.T., and Shafiq, M. (2018). An Optimal Joint Maintenance and Spare Parts Inventory Model. International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Vol. 29(2), 177-192.
  2. Shafiq*, M.,and Luong, H.T. (2017). Joint Replenishment and Joint Delivery of Multiple Items. International Journal of Industrial Engineering: Theory, Applications and Practice (accepted).
  3. Luong, H.T., and Karim*, R. and (2017). An integrated production inventory model of deteriorating items subject to random machine breakdown with a stochastic repair time. International Journal of Industrial Engineering Computations, Vol 8, 217-236.
  4. Shafiq**, M. and Luong, H.T. (2017). Production Allocation Decision using Revenue Sharing Contract with Prior Commitment and Two-Way Penalties. International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Vol. 26(2), 247-274.
  5. Sirikasemsuk**, K. and Luong, H.T. (2016). Measure of bullwhip effect in supply chains with first-order bivariate vector autoregression time-series demand model. Computers & Operations Research(accepted).
  6. Pramudyo**, C.S., and Luong, H.T.(2015). One Vendor – One Retailer in Vendor Managed Inventory Problem with Stochastic Demand. International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering (accepted)
  7. Xuan Hoa**, N.T., and Luong, H.T.(2015). Analysis of Flexible Commitment Contract with Two-Way Penalties. International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering (accepted)
  8. Thien**, N.P., Luong, H.T., Khang, D.B. and Sukhotu, V. (2015). Revenue Sharing Contract with Two-Way Penalties. International Journal of Operational Research, Vol 23(1), 63-93.
  9. Yousuk**, R., and Luong, H.T., (2013). Modelling a two-retailer inventory system with preventive lateral transshipment using expected path approach. European Journal of Industrial Engineering, Vol. 7(2), 248-274.
  10. Hien Duc**, T.T., Luong, H.T., and Kim, Y-D. (2010). Effect of the Third-Party Warehouse on Bullwhip Effect and Inventory Cost in Supply Chains. International Journal of Production Economics, Vol 124(2), 395-407.
  11. Hien Duc**, T.T., Luong, H.T., and Kim, Y-D. (2008). A Measure of Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain with a Mixed Autoregressive Moving Average Demand Process. European Journal of Operational Research, Vol 187(1), 243-256
  12. Luong, H.T., and Phien*, N.H. (2007). Measure of Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain: The Case of High Order Autoregressive Process. European Journal of Operational Research, Vol 183(1), 197-209.
  13. Luong, H.T. (2007). Measure of Bullwhip Effect in Supply Chain with Autoregressive Demand Process. European Journal of Operational Research 180 (3), pp 1086-1097.

**Master student

** Doctoral student

Contact: Dr. Huynh Trung Luong, <luong@ait.asia>

Location: ISE 236