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Prof Aris Syntetos
Prof Aris Syntetos
postal addressSalford Business School, University of Salford, Maxwell Building, The Crescent, Greater Manchster, M5 4WT.
email addressa.syntetos@salford.ac.uk
telephone0161 295 5804
website addresshttp://www.business.salford.ac.uk/staff/aris
Key Memberships
From September 2009 to October 2012.
Member of College: College of Business & Law
From October 2012 to October 2012.
Profile Summary

Aris is Professor (Full - Research Professor) of Operational Research (OR) and Operations Management at the Salford Business School. His research interests relate primarily to forecasting of intermittent demands (count series) and the interface between statistical demand forecasting and stock control. He has conducted many goverment/ research council funded projects in this area; the following are links to some of those projects:

EPSRC Project: On the development of theory-informed operationalised definitions of demand patterns

KTP Project: Stock control and IT in the wholesaling environment

EPSRC Project: Forecasting and inventory management: Bridging the gap

EPSRC Project: Cognitive Mapping, System Dynamics and the Bullwhip Effect

SERVICE TO THE PROFESSION

Aris is co-editing (with Phil Scarf and Roge Mamon) the IMA Journal of Management Mathematics, he is the Associate Editor (for Viewpoints) of the Journal of the Operational Research Society and he serves at the Executive Committee of the International Society or Inventories Resaerch. He has organised numerous streams and sessions in the area of Forecasting for Inventory Management for all relevant major international symposia: International Symposium on Forecasting (ISF), International Symposium on Inventories Research (ISIR), European and International Conferences of the Operational Research Societies (EURO and IFORS respectively) and the National (UK) conference of the OR Society. He has also delivered many keynote papers. Aris has recently served at the Organising Committe of the national conference of the UK Operational Research Society (OR 53, Nottingham, Sep. 06-08, 2011).

Key Qualifications
1993
1996
1994
2001
2004
1994
1995
Key Projects
2010
Mar
KTP with Killgerm
Technology Strategy Board, 119,681.00.
Principal Investigator: G Murphy (70%). Co-Investigator: A Syntetos (30%).
2009
Mar
System Dynamics and the Bullwhip Effect
EPSRC, 16,000.00.
Principal Investigator: A Syntetos (75%). Co-Investigator: B Dangerfield (25%).
2008
Oct
Using the Grouping and Shrinkage Approaches to Forecasting Subaggregate Level Seasonal Demand
EPSRC, 219,938.41.
Principal Investigator: A Syntetos (40%). Co-Investigator: H Chen (60%).
2007
Jun
2007
Mar
Incoming Short Visits - North America (Dr Nezih Altay)
Royal Society, 1,100.00.
Investigator: A Syntetos (100%).
2006
Aug
KTP with Valves Instruments Plus Ltd.
Technology Strategy Board, 110,322.00.
Investigators: A Syntetos (50%), J Davies (50%).
2006
Feb
International Conference - France
Royal Society, 620.00.
Investigator: A Syntetos (100%).
Key Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Book Sections
Guest Editorships of Journals
Key Presence
Conference Organisation
2011
Sep
Journal Editorship
2010
Jan
2007
Jan
Other Evidence of External Esteem
2012
Jan
2010
Aug