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Dr Yingli Wang

Dr Yingli Wang

Lecturer in Logistics and Operations Management

Ysgol Busnes Caerdydd

Dr Yingli Wang is a lecturer at Cardiff University in logistics and operations management.  She obtained her first degree in Food Manufacturing from China in 1995, an MBA in IT with Distinction in 2003 from Coventry University and a PhD in logistics from Cardiff University in 2008.  She received the James Cooper Memorial Cup in 2009, awarded by CILT for her invention of the concept of Electronic Logistics Marketplaces (ELMs).  She then developed a best practice guide on ELMs for the Department of Transport.

Over the last decade, she has worked intensively with over 60 organizations including shippers, logistics service providers and IT service providers, in the field of e-logistics, such as Tesco, ASDA, BT, Costain, Panalpina, Tata Steel, Descartes, JDA Software Group, Infor, Road Tech Computer Systems, GT Nexus, Tandem Transport, CEVA Logistics, ABP Ports, Portbase, to name only a few.  Her research on e-logistics has attracted funding from various funding bodies such as Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), European Regional Development Funding (ERDF), Welsh Government, Highways England and Department for Transport (DfT).

Dr. Wang is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT).  Before embarking on her academic career, she worked for about 8.5 years at Nestlé China in various senior managerial roles.

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2006

  • Wang, Y. and Naim, M. M. 2006. B2B e-Business reference architecture for customised logistics. Presented at: 11th International Symposium on Logistics (ISL 2006), Beijing, China, 9-11 July 2006 Presented at Pawar, K. ed.Competitive Advantage Through Global Supply Chains: Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Logistics (11th ISL), Beijing, China, 9 - 11 July 2006. Nottingham: Centre for Concurrent Enterprise
  • Wang, Y., Potter, A. T. and Mason, R. J. 2006. Aligning transport performance measures for customised logistics. Presented at: 14th International Working Seminar on Production Economics, Innsbruck, Austria, 20-26 February 2006.
  • Wang, Y. 2006. E-collaboration: A literature analysis. Presented at: 2nd I*PROMS Virtual International Conference, online, 3-14 July 2006 Presented at Eldukhri, E. E., Pham, D. T. and Soroka, A. J. eds.Intelligent Production Machines and Systems - 2nd I*PROMS Virtual International Conference 3-14 July 2006. Elsevier pp. 132-143.

2005

  • Wang, Y., Lalwani, C. C. and Aryee, G. 2005. E-business enabled customised logistics sustainability. Presented at: 2005 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics, Beijing, China, 10-12 August 2005 Presented at Qiu, R. G. ed.2005 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics: Proceedings: August 10-12, 2005, Beijing Friendship Hotel, Beijing, P. R. China. IEEE pp. 549-554.

Primary research interests

  • E-logistics and e-enabled multimodal transport
  • Electronic logistics marketplace/network (ELM)
  • E-commerce, mobile commerce, social commerce and their supply chain implications
  • Technology innovations for logistics and supply chains
  • Technology innovations for society, in particular for the disadvantaged

PhD supervision research interests

  • E-logistics and e-enabled multimodal transport
  • Electronic logistics marketplace/network (ELM)
  • E-commerce, mobile commerce, social commerce and their supply chain implications
  • Technology innovations for logistics and supply chains
  • Technology innovations for society, in particular for the disadvantaged

I am interested in supervising PhD students in the areas of

  • E-logistics and e-enabled multimodal transport
  • Technological innovations for logistics and supply chains
  • E-commerce, mobile commerce, social commerce and their supply chain implications
  • Cross-border e-commerce and supply chain management
  • Technological innovations for society, in particular for the disadvantaged
  • Innovative supply chain provisions that tackle the issue of food poverty/insecurity