Current Projects

The Centre for Supply Chain Research has a number of funded projects that its members are involved in:

Title/description

Funding body

Value

Dates

Neptunus

European Commission (Interreg)

£214,146  

2019-2022  

Transtition towards circular agri-food systems in Thailand: A multi-stakeholder perspective

Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

£13,694

2019-2020

Integration of global and local agri-food supply chains

European Commission (H2020 MSCA)

£215,036  

2018-2020 

Modelling and optimisation for flexible berth allocation systems at container ports under uncertainty

Royal Society

£107,672

2018-2020  

Enhancing and implementing knowledge-based ICT solutions with high risk and uncertain conditions for agriculture production systems (RUC-APS)

European Commission (H2020 MSCA)

£225,325

2016-2020

Translating modern slavery supply chain policy ambitions into practice: activating behavioural triggers

AHRC Fellowship

£199,915.94

2021–2023

Post-Consumer Resin - Understanding the quality-performance linkage for packaging

NERC

£958,795.90

2020–2023

LCR4.0 HOLISTIC

Department for Communities and Local Government

£433,949

2020–2023

Implications of COVID-19 for modern slavery challenges in supply chain management

AHRC

£77,883.78

2021

SCALE: Soft Computing to Accelerate fulfilment & Logistics Efficiency

InnovateUK

£950,000

2020–2022


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