Dr Samsul Islam (MSc, PhD, Postdoc)
Dr Samsul Islam (MSc, PhD, Postdoc)
PhD (University of Auckland); Postdoc Fellow (Dalhousie University)
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Alıntı yapanlar
Alıntı yapanlar
Yıl
Truck-sharing challenges for hinterland trucking companies: A case of the empty container truck trips problem
S Islam, T Olsen
Business Process Management Journal (BPMJ) 20 (2), 2014
732014
Reengineering the seaport container truck hauling process: Reducing empty slot trips for transport capacity improvement
S Islam, O Tava, D Ahmed
Business Process Management Journal (BPMJ) 19 (5), 752-782, 2013
552013
Business process improvement of credit card department: case study of a multinational bank
S Islam, D Ahmed
Business Process Management Journal (BPMJ) 18 (2), 284-303, 2012
372012
Application of artificial intelligence (artificial neural network) to assess credit risk: a predictive model for credit card scoring
S Islam, L Zhou, F Li
Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH), 2009
282009
Factors affecting seaport capacity
S Islam, T Olsen
Proceedings of the 19th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation …, 2011
172011
Empty container-truck movement problem: At Ports of Auckland
S Islam, T Olsen
Proceedings of the 45th Annual Conference of the ORSNZ, Auckland, New …, 2010
152010
Simulation of truck arrival process at a seaport: evaluating truck-sharing benefits for empty trips reduction
S Islam
International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications 21 (1), 94-112, 2018
142018
Empty truck trips problem at container terminals: A review of causes, benefits, constraints and solution approaches
S Islam
Business Process Management Journal, 2017
132017
Credit card account opening excellence using six sigma methodology
S Islam
International Journal of Lean Six Sigma 7 (3), 294-323, 2016
132016
Minimization of empty container truck trips: insights into truck-sharing constraints
S Islam, Y Shi, JU Ahmed, MJ Uddin
The International Journal of Logistics Management, 2019
102019
Operations Research (OR) at ports: An update
S Islam, T Olsen
Proceedings of the 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation …, 2013
72013
Factors affecting seaport capacity: Managerial implications for a simulation framework
S Islam, T Olsen
Proceedings of the 20th International Congress on Modelling and Simulation …, 2013
62013
Transport Capacity Improvement in and around Ports: A Perspective on the Empty-container-truck Trips Problem
M Islam
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2014
22014
Improving disasters preparedness and response for coastal communities using AIS ship tracking data
S Islam, F Goerlandt, X Feng, MJ Uddin, Y Shi, C Hilliard
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 51, 101863, 2020
12020
A Bayesian Network risk model for estimating coastal maritime transportation delays following an earthquake in British Columbia
F Goerlandt, S Islam
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 214, 107708, 2021
2021
Exploring vulnerability and resilience of shipping for coastal communities during disruptions: findings from a case study of Vancouver Island in Canada
S Islam, F Goerlandt, MJ Uddin, Y Shi, NSFA Rahman
The International Journal of Logistics Management, 2021
2021
Used vehicle global supply chains: perspectives on a direct-import model
Y Shi, T Arthanari, VG Venkatesh, S Islam, V Mani
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 2021
2021
Exploring shippers' motivations to adopt collaborative truck-sharing initiatives
S Islam, MJ Uddin, P Shi, T Sharif, JU Ahmed
International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, 2020
2020
Simulation of container Truck-sharing Services (TSS): Reducing empty slots for capacity improvement
S Islam, T Olsen
Presented at INFORMS Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, USA, 14-17 October, 2012
2012
BPM at call centre operations: A credit card perspective
S Islam, D Ahmed, M Islam
Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute …, 2012
2012
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