Standing organization committee
Smaïl BENZIDIA, Université de Lorraine, FR
Smaïl Benzidia is Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management at the University of Lorraine/IAE Metz, France, and a member of the European Center for Research in Financial Economics and Business Management (CEREFIGE). He is a head for the Master Quality Management at IAE Metz and a co-founder of the International Conference PROLOG: « Project Logistic », www.prolog-conference.com. His research focuses on Interorganizational Information Systems, development of E-business especially the business model of Electronic Marketplaces, Collaborative Supply Chain Management. He has published several papers in academic journals and conference proceedings.
Omar BENTAHAR, Université de Lorraine, FR
Omar Bentahar is Associate Professor of Project Management and Supply Chain Management at the University of Lorraine, IAE Metz, France, and a member of the European Center for Research in Financial Economics and Business Management (CEREFIGE). He is the director of the MBA Program and a co-founder of the International Conference PROLOG: « Project Logistic » www.prolog-conference.com. His research focuses on Management of Innovative and complex Projects, Supply Chain Management and Mixed Methods Research.
Salomée RUEL, La Rochelle Business School, FR
Salomée Ruel est Docteure en Sciences de Gestion, Professeure Associée en Supply Chain Management et Directrice Adjointe du pôle d’enseignement et de recherche en Stratégie au Groupe Sup de Co la Rochelle (France). Membre du Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Appliquées à la Gestion (CERAG) à Grenoble (France), ses recherches s’intéressent principalement à la stratégie supply chain, aux relations inter organisationnelles, aux systèmes d’informations et aux capacités dynamiques (agilité, résilience, visibilité). Elle a publié plusieurs articles dans des revues scientifiques.
Valérie FERNANDES, Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle
Dr Valerie Fernandes is a professor at La Rochelle Business School since 2010 and Dean of Faculty and Research since 2013. She received her PhD in Business Management in 2004 from the University of Corsica, under the supervision of Pr. Orsoni. Her research then dealt with the control modes of supply chains. She obtained a Habilitation Ã diriger des recherches (French post-doctoral degree allowing its holder to supervise PhD students) in 2015 from the University of Evry-Val d’Essonne. The subject was: « The industrial performance: a sustainable approach by the management of the supply chain. » Her current research interests include the circular economy and the resilience of territories along with sustainable procurement and risk reduction. She is a member of the Council of Development of the Port of La Rochelle since 2012 and Vice President since 2014.