Prof. Lianne Lam
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University,China
Prof. Lianne Lam is a Professor of Practice with the Department of Management and Marketing of the Faculty of Business, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She is also a visiting lecturer at the Hong Kong University School of Professional and Continuing Education on Behavioral Approach to Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Skill, at their Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chengdu centers. Prof. Lam received her DBA form the Hong Kong Polytechnic University focusing on Environmental Education. Her thesis paper was awarded as the first runner up of the "Best Thesis of the Year" and was presented in the Public Management Research Conference in the University of Wisconsin in 2013, and at the Academy of Management in 2017. Prof. Lam also holds an EMBA Degree, a Bachelor of Law Degree with the Peking University, and a Bachelor Degree in Actuarial Science with the University of Toronto. Born and raised in Hong Kong, Prof. Lianne Lam dedicates to foster positive thinking and sustainable development in Hong Kong. She founded the Hong Kong Sustainability Society, a non-profit organization, in 2014, and now acts as the CEO of the organization.
Prof. Mike Tse
Operations Management and Business Analytics, Cardiff University
Dr. Mike Tse joined the Logistics and Operations Management (LOM) Section in Cardiff Business School as a Reader in Jan 2020. Before that, he worked as a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at the York Management School (TYMS) in the University of York. In 2018, he served as Head of the Operation Management Group in the TYMS.
His research interests have been in the fields of Operations Management and Data Analytics, in particular the area of risk and resilience in both supply chain and big data environments. He has gained wide recognition in this field, both nationally and internationally. Much of his research focuses on the investigation of risk dimensions and risk remedy practices that organisations adopt in a changing and complex environment. Faced with uncertainties and environmental dynamism, organisations are having to find alternative ways to react and survive in company and/or supply chain crises.
His interest is in how companies and their decision-makers respond to a devastating crisis (such as a product recall incident), an event that demands a quick and effective risk management strategy and changes in the nature of company operations. In order to ensure organisational resilience, such changes will often involve new activities, skill-sets and technologies. More recently he has explored how to conduct risk and resilience analysis by integrating different types of data sources, such as financial, panel data and social media data.
Deadline of Paper Submission:
Dec. 31, 2020
Notification of Acceptance:
Jan. 5, 2021
Camera Ready Submission Due:
Jan. 10, 2021
1. All submitted papers MUST be written in English.
2. Any submission must not have been, or will not be published elsewhere or submitted to another conference before the review notification date of this conference.
3. All submissions will be peer-reviewed based on originality, technical quality and presentation.
4. Each paper should be at least 4 pages or longer.
5. To complete the paper plan in advance and expand the scale of the meeting, ICDSM2021 encourages you to recommend more manuscripts
6. Article repetition rate cannot be higher than 18%, otherwise it will be rejected directly.
7. If you have a brilliant contribution in Information and Communication Technology area, and willing to serve as a TPC/Keynote Speaker, Please send your CV via email .
8. If your university is willing to serve as the conference co-organizer, please contact directly.