At MISI the 19th April 2013 marked a milestone in the student calendar.

The Auditorium seated industry and thesis partner sponsors who heard each of the MISI students give a 5 minutes overview presentation of their thesis project. On completion of the thesis presentations, industry and thesis partner sponsors were taken to view the thesis posters in the MISI lab where they had the opportunity of one on one discussion with the individual student. faculty-david-gonsalves-01 Prof. Dr. David Gonsalvez – Chief Executive Officer & Rector "I wish to thank all our industry and thesis partner sponsors for coming here today and supporting this event, and for participating in the evaluation assessment process. To our students, very well done, the diversification of topics made stimulating conversation and I’m sure inspired much thought with our business partners"
Using Strategic Decisions on Warehouse Locations – A Multi-Period Inventory-Driven Approach Tausif kalaya 01..Kallaya saengthawan (Copy)
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Using Barcode/RFID/Latest Sensor Technologies to Improve the Automotive Lead Acid Battery Industry Sekar & Sadaf
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Decision Framework for Localization of Pharmaceutical Manufacture Veronica & Mahesh
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Optimum Supply Chain Model for Greenfield Refinery’s Vessel Requirement: (Own, Lease or Combination) Vivek & Nursery
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Model of Distribution Hub for ASEAN Markets Sneha & Agnes
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Factors Driving Demand Generation in the Oilfield Service Industry Sachin
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Logistics Network Optimization in China Sara & Weiwei
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Implications of Customers Role in Service Supply Chain Fatodu Olaiya Oluwasuyi
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An Assessment Model for Evaluation of Pick-Up and Delivery Operations Robin K. Thakur
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Online Shopping Model for a Retail Company Sharath Narayanswamy
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Optimizing Warehouse Inventory and Logistics for Multi-Echelon Supply Chain Vikrant Sihag
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Balancing Scale & Flexibility in Poultry Supply Chain William Theodore Gordon
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Disaster Relief Planning in Southeast Asia Song Yang
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The MISI-Center of Expertise (COE) endeavour an ambitious objective of inculcating state-of-the-art supply chain capabilities across the key identified areas of excellence. These COEs will host world-class research teams equipped with cutting edge research techniques to solve some of the most pressing business problems. Leveraging on the in-house expertise, locational advantage, area expertise and global network of researchers, MISI-COEs are strategically positioned to address the challenges of the world with a special inclination towards emerging Asian market. At MISI-COEs, emphasis is on the applied research with the objective of providing viable solutions to the industry while maintaining the academic rigor of the research methodology. MISI-COEs conduct research in areas of Perishable Value Chains, Automobile, and Marine Logistics using diverse research methodologies such as optimization, simulation, empirical studies and case studies. These research initiatives generate funding from public as well as private sector.

Current Industry Sponsors & Partners

MYBIOMASS | SWIFT Research Institute | Malayan Flour | Mills Berhad | Air Asia | Tetrapack | Nestle | Hersheys | CHR Hansen | SME Corporation of Malaysia | Confederation of Indian Industries | Crops For the Future Research Centre (CFFRC) University of Nottingham Malaysia | BASF | Hanesbrands | Intel | Mondelez | Procter & Gamble | Ralph Lauren | Schlumberger | UNHRD WFP | ZF Automotive | Cummins