Behrang Ijadi

Studying towards a Doctor of Philosophy
Smart Traceability for the New Zealand Seafood Supply Chain

Country of origin: Iran
Behrang Ijadi

Behrang Ijadi is a Ph.D. student in Information Systems at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He holds an MS.c. in Industrial Engineering- Socioeconomic Systems Engineering and a BS.c. in Applied Mathematics from Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran. Prior to his Ph.D. research journey, besides his teaching experiences for years in the fields of Mathematics, Statistics, Operations Research, and System Thinking, he has enjoyed many executive positions throughout his careers such as supply chain manager and business consultant in different industries. Behrang’s research studies have primarily been focused on developing decision support models to solve complex real-world problems and advance the borders of knowledge for a sustainable future.

Supervisors:

Primary Supervisor: Stephen Wingreen
Co-Supervisor: Olivia Erdelyi

Research Interests

  • Blockchain Technology and Digital Transformation
  • Supply Chain Network Optimization, Urban Logistics and Last-Mile Delivery
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning in Large-scale SCM
  • Sustainable SCM and Circular Economy

Working thesis title

Smart Traceability for the New Zealand Seafood Supply Chain

Academic History

  • BS.c. in Applied Mathematics
  • MS.c. in Industrial Engineering- Socioeconomic Systems Engineering
  • Ph.D. student in Information Systems