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Department of Supply Chain and Information Management


Welcome to the start of your exciting future at the Department of Department of Supply Chain and Information Management.


Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management (BBA-SCM) Programme
Industry demand for new supply chain talents has been growing rapidly, as advanced supply chain management is crucial for companies to stay competitive in the current complex, dynamic and globalised business environment. To fill the gap between the demand and availability of supply chain professionals in Hong Kong, China and Asia, our Department has launched the Bachelor of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management (BBA-SCM) (Honours) Programme since 2010. 

Students of the BBA-SCM Programme will learn solid SCM, business and general education knowledge as well as apply advanced concepts and analytic techniques and develop professional skills in SCM for your career development and academic advancement. Students enrolled in the BBA-SCM Programme are afforded exposure to expert professors, state-of-the-art learning resources, excellent liaison with potential employers in the field, and strong government and industry support. 


Here you can find out more about BBA-SCM Programme.

Government Recognition and Support - Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions / Sectors (SSSDP)
We are very proud to announce that on 24 July 2014, our BBA-SCM Programme has been selected by the Education Bureau of HKSAR Government to join the Study Subsidy Scheme for Designated Professions (SSSDP). Logistics is one of the six disciplines being subsided in this scheme. Hitherto, it is the first time in Hong Kong that an undergraduate programme in the SCM field run by a self-financed institution has obtained the subsidy from the Government. 


Here you can find out more about the 2017/18 admission of BBA-SCM Programme for the SSSDP.

Bachelor of Management Science and Information Management (BMSIM)  Programme
In today’s rapid changing business environment and increasing dominance of global e-business and e-commerce, companies require employees to be sensitive to new opportunities, and subsequently implement ideas that turn into practical and versatile solutions. To enable our next generation to seize the opportunities in the 21st century of a digital world, our Department has recently launched the Bachelor of Management Science and Information Management (BMSIM) (Honours) Programme. 

BMSIM Programme provides solid knowledge in Management Science and Information Management, as well as the professional experiences of applying information technologies and decision sciences methodologies to solve real business problems. Students of BMSIM will be able to solve business problems by using advanced information technologies, to lead projects by applying the learnt project management techniques, and also to develop innovative business solutions by employing the state-of-the art decision making knowledge and skills.

Here you can find out more about BMSIM Programme.


Research and Publication
Professors of our Department are committed to participate in academic research and maintain a high level of academic research performance in the academic field of supply chain management, transportation and logistics, management science and information technology.  Most of our colleagues have made great contribution and have research papers published in various international renowned journals, such as Journal of Operations Management, International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, European Journal of Operational Research, Transportation Science, etc.  Recently, our colleagues are honoured to obtain the research grants funded by the Research Grants Council (RGC) and the Public Policy Research Funding Scheme (PPR) for different projects, the summary is listed below:


Research Projects Funded by External Grants


 

Project Title

Investigator(s)

Funding Source

Amount (HKD)

1

A Global Network Decision Support System for Air Passenger and Freight Businesses

Dr Tommy Cheung (PI)
Dr Collin Wong (Co-I)
Dr Yue Wang (Co-I)

Research Grants Council - Faculty Development Scheme
(FDS)

$236,900

2

A Visual Platform for the Design, Implementation, and Analysis of Collaborative Business Simulation Games

Dr Collin Wong (PI)
Dr Tommy Cheung (Co-I)
Dr Stephen Ng (Co-I)
Dr Ricky Wong (Co-I)

Education Bureau - Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS)

$6,600,140

3

Integrated Modeling Approach for Increasing Hong Kong Port Competitiveness 

Dr. Karolina GLOWACKA (PI)
Dr. Eugene WONG (Co-I)

Research Grants Council - Faculty Development Scheme (RGC)

$721,377

4

Preventing Marginalization in Air Passenger and Freight Business -  a Global Network Decision Support System 

Dr Collin WONG(PI)
Dr Tommy CHEUNG (Co-I)
Dr WANG Yue (Co-I)

Central Policy Unit – Public Policy Research Funding Scheme (PPR)

$654,500

5

Relative Attribute Based Configurator Design for Mass Customization

Dr Yue Wang (PI)
Dr Daniel Mo (Co-I)

Research Grants Council - Faculty Development Scheme
(FDS)

$783,150

6

Supply Chain Decarbonisation: Good Industry Practices and Development of Carbon Footprint Toolkit 

Dr. Eugene WONG (PI)
Dr. Danny HO (Co-I)

Research Grants Council - Faculty Development Scheme (RGC)

$639,055

7

Sustainable Development for Community Dial-a-ride Services: Driving more People without more Vehicles

Dr Daniel Mo (PI)
Dr Ho-Yin MAK (Co-I)

Research Grants Council - Faculty Development Scheme
(FDS)

$692,530

8

Sustainable Development in Higher Education - Responsible Management, Innovative Programme Design and Green Learning Environment

Dr Shirley Yeung (PI)
Dr David Chui (Co-I)

Research Grants Council - Inter-institutional Development Scheme
(IIDS)

$342,815

9

Systematic Biases in Hong Kong's Mandatory Provident Funds and UK's Individual Savings Account 

Dr. Ricky WONG (PI)
Dr. Collin WONG (Co-I)
Dr. Magda OSMAN (Queen Mary, University of London) (Co-I)

Research Grants Council - Faculty Development Scheme (RGC)

$589,260

10

The Development of Educational and Research Center with Automatic Virtual Reality Platform for 3D Interactive Learning and Big Data Analytics

Dr Eugene Wong (PI)
Dr Daniel Mo (Co-I)

Education Bureau - Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS)

$2,000,000

11 Consumer Carbon Label: Development of Supply Chain Product Carbon Footprint and Consumer Carbon Index for Beverage Merchandise Dr Eugene WONG (PI)
Dr Danny HO (Co-I)
Dr Fanny CHAN (Co-I)
Research Grants Council - Faculty Development Scheme (RGC) $ 967,227
12 Adaptive Process Optimization Strategies: Sustaining the Best-in-class Performance of Spare Parts Services Dr Daniel MO (PI)
Dr Eugene WONG (Co-I)
Research Grants Council - Faculty Development Scheme (RGC) $ 985,650
13 Intelligent Systems Ready for the Digital Future of Supply Chains Dr Daniel MO (PI)
Dr Collin WONG (Co-I)
Dr WANG Yue (Co-I)
Research Grants Council - Inter-institutional Development Scheme (IIDS) $ 541,198
14 Interactive Case-based Pedagogical Development on Maritime, Aviation and Logistics Law for Supply Chain and Logistics Operations Dr Eugene WONG (PI)
Dr Linsey CHEN (Co-PI)
Dr Collin WONG (Co-I)
Ms Ivy SHI (Co-I)
Research Grants Council - Inter-institutional Development Scheme (IIDS) $ 402,025