Amar Ramudhin

Faculty and Department

  • Institutes
  • Logistics and Humber Development Institute

Summary

Professor Ramudhin is a supply chain and logistics expert with over 30 years of experience as an educator, researcher and executive. He has a vast experience in leading large research projects: from the design and management of sustainable global supply chains to trade facilitation issues and the design of integrated logistics corridors and hubs, emphasising the use of new business models embedding new technologies and big data. He has managed over £15M of projects and currently holds several Innovate UK and EU awards. In the past, he held senior positions in the software industry and has worked in several Canadian and US Universities. He was also involved in a number of start-ups and successfully launched programs in Supply Chain and Logistics in several institutions. He is well published and is a chartered member of the The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation (CILT).

Recent outputs

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Journal Article

A review of priority criteria and decision-making methods applied in selection of sustainable city logistics initiatives and collaboration partners

Jamshidi, A., Jamshidi, F., Ait-Kadi, D., & Ramudhin, A. (2019). A review of priority criteria and decision-making methods applied in selection of sustainable city logistics initiatives and collaboration partners. International Journal of Production Research, 57, 5175-5193. https://doi.org/10.1080/00207543.2018.1540892

The sustainable worldwide offshore wind energy potential: A systematic review

Keivanpour, S., Ramudhin, A., & Kadi, D. A. (2017). The sustainable worldwide offshore wind energy potential: A systematic review. Journal of renewable and sustainable energy, 9(6), 1 - 18. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.5009948

A new connectivity index for container ports

Bartholdi, J. J., Jarumaneeroj, P., & Ramudhin, A. (2016). A new connectivity index for container ports. Maritime economics & logistics, 18(3), 231-249. https://doi.org/10.1057/mel.2016.5

A hybrid approach of VIKOR and bi-objective integer linear programming for electrification planning in a disaster relief camp

Malekpoor, H., Chalvatzis, K., Mishra, N., & Ramudhin, A. (2018). A hybrid approach of VIKOR and bi-objective integer linear programming for electrification planning in a disaster relief camp. Annals of Operations Research, 1-27. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-018-2877-0

Research interests

Sustainable supply chain

Resilience of supply chain infrastructures

Circular supply chains

Food sustainability and security

Renewable energy

Planning and management of Massively connected systems

Digital supply chain and industry 4.0

Blockchains

Healthcare logistics

Project

Funder

Grant

Started

Status

Project

Socio-Economic-Environmental Impacts of Green Port Hull and the Review of the Strategies to Develop a Sustainable Renewable Industry in Hull and East Riding

Funder

ERYC East Riding of Yorkshire Council

Grant

£450,000.00

Started

1 January 2016

Status

Complete

Project

Collaborative and AdaPtive Integrated Transport Across Land and Sea

Funder

Innovate UK

Grant

£419,723.00

Started

1 October 2016

Status

Complete

Project

EC-Asia Research Network on Integration of Global and Local Agri-Food Supply Chains Towards Sustainable Food Security

Funder

EC European Commission

Grant

£157,499.00

Started

1 January 2018

Status

Ongoing