In my research work, I have specialized on designing, analyzing, and reengineering service supply-chains, especially in construction industry and healthcare services. I am familiar with several research methods such as case studies, surveys, statistical analysis and simulation modeling. So far, my major scientific contributions relate to time based management, production planning and control, and value based delivery models. My current research interest is focused on three areas: 1) production theories in construction, 2) value co-creation in business networks, and 3) operations management in service industries.
Honors and awards
Best paper in the 5th International Conference of Healthcare Technology and Management in Chicago August 2006 Association for Healthcare Technology and Management, USA
Best paper award, 2011 SRII Global Conference, San Jose, USA.
The Foundation for Municipal Development 10 000 €: Postdoctoral research grant, “Optimizing healthcare service networks”
Student prize: Aalto University: 3 000 € scholarship for completing the doctoral degree, provided the degree was completed under the age of 30
Finnish Foundation for Technology Promotion 5 000 €: Improving performance of operating unit: process planning and control approach; doctoral dissertation
Wihuri Foundation 9 000 €: For doctoral dissertation "Improving performance of hospital operating unit: process planning and control approach"
Best paper award PhD paper
IJOPM 2020 Best Paper Award
- Building Design and Construction, Assistant Professor