International Advisory Committee

International Advisory Committee

Name Affiliation Country
Erry Yulian Triblas Adesta International Islamic University Malaysia Malaysia
Erlend Alfnes Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway
Thecle Alix IUT Bordeaux Montesquieu France
Susanne Altendorfer-Kaiser Montanuniversitaet Leoben Austria
Farhad Ameri Texas State University USA
Bjørn Andersen Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway
Eiji Arai Osaka University Japan
Frédérique Biennier INSA Lyon France
Umit S Bititci Heriot Watt University UK
Adriana Giret Boggino Universidad Politécnica de Valencia Spain
Magali Bosch-Mauchand Université de Technologie de Compiègne France
Abdelaziz Bouras Qatar University Qatar
 Jim Browne University College Dublin Ireland
Luis Camarinha-Matos Universidade Nova de Lisboa Portugal
Sergio Cavalieri University of Bergamo Italy
Stephen Childe Plymouth University UK
Hyunbo Cho Pohang University of Science & Technology Korea
Gregor von Cieminski ZF Friedrichshafen AG Hungary
Catherine Da Cunha Ecole Centrale de Nantes France
Frédéric Demoly Université de Technologie de Belfort-Montbéliard France
Shengchun Deng Harbin Institute of Technology China
Melanie Despeisse Chalmers University of Technology Sweden
Alexandre Dolgui IMT Atlantique Nantes France
Slavko Dolinšek University of Ljubljana Slovenia
Sang Do Noh Sungkyunkwan University Korea
Heidi Carin Dreyer Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway
Eero Eloranta Helsinki University of Technology Finland
Soumaya El Kadiri Texelia AG Switzerland
Christos Emmanouilidis Cranfield University UK
Åsa Fasth-Berglund Chalmers University Sweden
Jan Frick University of Stavanger Norway
Paolo Gaiardelli University of Bergamo Italy
Bernard Grabot INP-ENIT (National Engineering School of Tarbes) France
Samuel Gomes Belfort-Montbéliard University of Technology France
Gerhard Gudergan FIR Research Institute for Operations Management Germany
Thomas R. Gulledge Jr George Mason University USA
Hironori Hibino Tokyo University of Science Japan
Hans-Henrik Hvolby Aalborg University Denmark
Dmitry Ivanov Berlin School of Economics and Law Germany
Harinder Jagdev National University of Ireland at Galway Ireland
John Johansen Aalborg University Denmark
Toshiya Kaihara Kobe University Japan
Dimitris Kiritsis Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Switzerland
Tomasz Koch Wroclaw Universit of Science and Technology Poland
Pisut Koomsap Asian Institute of Technology Thailand
Gül Kremer Iowa State University USA
Boonserm Kulvatunyou National Institute of Standards and Technology USA
Thomas R. Kurfess Georgia Institute of Technology USA
Andrew Kusiak University of Iowa USA
Lenka Landryova Technical University of Ostrava Czech Republic
Jan-Peter Lechner First Global Liaison Germany
Ming K. Lim Chongqing University China
Hermann Lödding Hamburg University of Technology Germany
Marco Macchi Politecnico di Milano Italy
Vidosav D. Majstorovich University of Belgrade Serbia
Adolfo Crespo Marquez University of Seville Spain
Gökan May Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne Switzerland
Jörn Mehnen Strathclyde University Glasgow UK
Hajime Mizuyama Aoyama Gakuin University Japan
Ilkyeong Moon Seoul National University Korea
Dimitris Mourtzis University of Patras Greece
Irenilza de Alencar Naas UNIP Paulista University Brazil
Masaru Nakano Keio University Japan
Torbjörn Netland ETH Zürich Switzerland
Gilles Neubert EMLYON Business School Saint-Etienne France
Manuel Fradinho Duarte de Oliveira SINTEF Norway
Jinwoo Park Seoul National University Korea
François Pérès Université de Toulouse France
Fredrik Persson Linköping Institute of Technology Sweden
Selwyn Piramuthu University of Florida USA
Alberto Portioli-Staudacher Politecnico di Milano Italy
Vittaldas V. Prabhu Pennsylvania State University USA
Ricardo José Rabelo Federal University of Santa Catarina Brazil
Mario Rapaccini Florence University Italy
Joao Gilberto Mendes dos Reis UNIP Paulista University Brazil
Ralph Riedel TU Chemnitz Germany
Asbjörn Rolstadås Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway
David Romero Tecnologico de Monterrey University Mexico
Christoph Roser Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences Germany
Martin Rudberg Linköping University Sweden
Thomas E. Ruppli University of Basel Switzerland
Krzysztof Santarek Warsaw University of Technology Poland
John P. Shewchuk Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University USA
Dan L. Shunk Arizona State University USA
Riitta Smeds Aalto University Finland
Vijay Srinivasan National Institute of Standards and Technology USA
Johan Stahre Chalmers University Sweden
Kathryn E. Stecke University of Texas at Dallas USA
Kenn Steger-Jensen Aalborg University Denmark
Volker Stich FIR Research Institute for Operations Management Germany
Richard Lee Storch University of Washington USA
Jan Ola Strandhagen Norwegian University of Science and Technology Norway
Stanislaw Strzelczak Warsaw University of Technology Poland
Shigeki Umeda Musashi University Japan
Marco Taisch Politecnico di Milano Italy
Kari Tanskanen Aalto University School of Science Finland
Ilias Tatsiopoulos National Technical University of Athens Greece
Sergio Terzi Politecnico di Milano Italy
Klaus-Dieter Thoben Universität Bremen Germany
Jacques H. Trienekens Wageningen University Netherlands
Mario Tucci Universitá degli Studi di Firenze Italy
Gündüz Ulusoy Sabancı University Turkey
Bruno Vallespir University of Bordeaux France
Agostino Villa Politecnico di Torino Italy
Hans-Hermann Wiendahl University of Stuttgart Germany
Joakim Wikner Jönköping University Sweden
Hans Wortmann Groningen University Netherlands
Thorsten Wuest West Virginia University USA
Iveta Zolotová Technical University of Košice Slovakia

Last-minute Announcements

How to get to Seoul National University
(Conference venue and Hoam Faculty House)

You can see both the subway system map and SNU campus map at the following link: http://www.apms-conference.org/directions-2

To conference venue,
(Airport Limousine) You can simply take a bus numbered “6003” from the airport terminals. It will take you at the main gate of SNU. The name of bus stop is “Seoul National University”. You need to take a bus numbered “5513” and get off at “College of Engineering Entrance” bus stop on the SNU campus. If you want to look around the campus, you may walk about 15 minutes over slight uphill road.

(Subway & Bus) You have to get to the station named as “Seoul National University”. You need to get out of Exit 3 and take a green bus numbered as “5513”. The destination bus stop on the SNU campus is called “College of Engineering Entrance”. You may choose a taxi from Exit 3 of “Seoul National University” station for around 5 dollars. (See the green route on the campus map).

To Hoam Faculty House,
(Airport Limousine) You can simply take a bus numbered “6017” from the airport terminals. It will take you at “Hoam Faculty House” which is the final stop of the bus route.

(Subway & Bus) You have to get to the station named as “Naksungdae”. You need to get out of Exit 4 and take a green bus numbered as “02”. The destination bus stop on the SNU campus is called “Hoam Faculty House”. You may choose a taxi from Exit 4 of “Naksungdae” station for around 4 dollars. You can reach the conference venue by this bus as well (See the red route on the campus map).

How to get to Gangnam Areas

(Subway) You may use the subway system.

(Airport Limousine) You can take KAL (Korean Airlines) Limousine bus numbered “6703”. This bus will stop at major hotels in Gangnam area including Sheraton Seoul Palace Gangnam Hotel, Ramada Seoul, Imperial Palace, etc. You can consult the information desk at the airport or please refer to the following link for the more details of directions and fares:
http://www.kallimousine.com/eng/guide01_en.html

Public Transportation Card

We offer a public transportation card called “T-money”, which has 10,000 KRW value (around $10) and the how-to-use guide to foreign participants upon registration. You may want to use it for bus or subway.

Welcome Reception

The APMS 2018 Welcome reception will be held at the B1 floor (multi-purpose auditorium) of Building 38 on Sunday evening (6:30PM on August 26) Every participant is warmly invited with the casual dress code.

Opening Ceremony

The official opening ceremony of the APMS 2018 conference will be held at 9:30AM Monday (August 27) in Building 38, Room 520. The opening ceremony includes two keynote speeches and a speech on Korean culture. Please refer to the following link for more details:
http://www.apms-conference.org/programoverview-2/

Gala Dinner

The gala dinner for the APMS 2018 conference will be hosted at 6:00PM on Tuesday (August 28) in Building 38, B1 (multi-purpose auditorium). It is featured with the award ceremony, introduction of APMS 2019, and the Korean musical performance before the dinner, which will start around 7:00PM. The dress code is smart casual.

Industry Tour

The conference includes on-site visits to Hyundai Mobis and LG Electronics. The tour will be on August 30. The list of participants in industry tour and a brief schedule is posted on the conference website. Our bus must leave the SNU campus from Building 38 at 9:00AM without any delay due to the tight schedule. Please arrive at Building 38, no later than 8:45PM. Please refer to the following link for more details:
http://www.apms-conference.org/programindustrytours/.

※The graduation ceremony will be held on August 29 on the SNU campus. Please note that heavy traffic congestion near the conference venue is expected.