Another renowned international journal’s editor-in-chief is the next guest in the “Meet The Editor” series of lecturesAt the Research Week 2021 series of events, Professor Dr Stefan Minner editor-in-chief of “International Journal of Production Economics” and of “Sustainable Manufacturing and Service Economics” will give a lecture
Language: English Place: Online: MS Teams platform of “Kutatási hét/Research Week
Date & Time: Thursday, 14 January 2021, 13:30-15:30
Professor Stefan Minner’s lecture will be the second session of a new series of lectures initiated last December to support Corvinus faculty achieve research excellence and greater international visibility. The invited speakers of the series are editors-in-chief of prestigious international journals who share the ‘tricks’ of navigating the submission and review process.
Stefan Minner is a Full Professor for Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the School of Management, Technical University of Munich (TUM). His research interests are in global supply chain design, transportation optimization and inventory management using Operations Research and Machine Learning methods. He has published in many peer-reviewed journals, including Management Science, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Operations Research, Production and Operations Management, Transportation Science, Transportation Research Part B, European Journal of Operational Research, Computers and Operations Research and OR Spectrum.
For his research output, he was currently listed among the top 1% business professors in German speaking countries by Wirtschaftswoche and among the top 2% researchers worldwide in a citation-based ranking by Stanford University. He serves on several editorial boards of logistics and operations journals. Currently, Stefan Minner is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Production Economics (2019-es SJR: 2.379, Impact Factor: 5.134, CiteScore:10.5) and of Sustainable Manufacturing and Service Economics. Stefan Minner is a fellow of the International Society for Inventory Research (ISIR) and is currently vice-chairman of the scientific advisory board of the German Logistics Association (BVL), and a member of the Research Committee of the European Logistics Association (ELA).
Professor Minner’s experience both as researcher and editor will undoubtedly contribute to the writing and publishing success of Corvinus faculty.