The candidate is expected to
Take a key role in further establishing the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) as a leader in research and education in logistics and supply chain management;
Lead major research activities (seminars, conferences, workshops) and strategic research areas that are of paramount importance for the community of Luxembourg at large (e.
g., finance and supply chain management, multi-modal transport and logistics, procurement, and supply chain analytics);
Foster and lead interdisciplinary research, in particular with other research units at the University of Luxembourg;
Engage in developing and delivering graduate (masters and doctoral) level classes as well as executive courses in supply chain management, logistics, and / or related fields;
Build and grow partnerships with the industry and universities in Luxembourg and Europe.
For questions please contact :
Professor Benny Mantin
Director of the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
The ideal candidate shall have
A PhD in Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Operations Management, Business Economics, Engineering, or a related field;
Demonstrated teaching excellence at the graduate, PhD, and / or executive level at a major university;
Significant record of published and forthcoming articles in relevant refereed journals;
Extensive network and experience in industry collaboration and proven track record in obtaining research grants from both the public and private sector (well linked to the industry)
Excellent experience and ability to conduct leading international research projects;
Demonstrated intention to be committed to the strengthening of the LCL in building its relationships with the regional community;
Ability and willingness to work in a team and collaborate across disciplines;
The master program will be held in English. With respect to the course, the ties to MIT SCALE network and the international academic achievements requested, fluency in English is required.
Knowledge of German or French is a plus.