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About the Group

About the group

Research students

I am Abdulaziz Alageel, an Engineering PhD candidate in the University of Exeter, focusing on optimising sustainable supply chain network designs.

I hold a Master of Science degree in International Supply Chain Management from the College of Engineering, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences, University of Exeter. Prior to that, I graduated from Jouf University with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering.

I worked for many years in an electrical engineering and retail supply chain. Currently, I’m delivering the ENGM027 Engineering Management Science lab sessions in the Exeter Digital Enterprise Systems lab.

I am presently an M.Phil. student with CEMPS, working on Knowledge Management and Capability Development in SMEs.

I was previously a New Product Development Associate (KTP) working with SMART Manufacturing Ltd. My KTP sought to develop a dual-production business model and a simulation tool to enable SMART to deliver bespoke industrial equipment while simultaneously allowing it to deliver standardised batches of new specialist products. I was also engaged in developing a Knowledge Mangement tool that seeks to capture and extend knowledge regarding certain specialist product lines.

Prior to joining the University, I completed my Masters in Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the University of Bath.