Professor Tsan-Ming CHOI (Jason) is a management scientist, operations researcher and systems engineer. He is now Chair in Operations and Supply Chain Management, and Director of the Centre for Supply Chain Research at University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS). He has published extensively in leading journals in the fields of operations management, engineering management, logistics, and supply chain management. His recent research has been funded by many external funding bodies such as Research Grants Council (HK), University Grants Council (HK), M.O.E. (TW), and M.O.S.T. (TW). He is also serving the academic community as the Editor-in-Chief of Encyclopedia in Operations Management (Elsevier), Co-Editor-in-Chief of Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, a Senior Editor of Production and Operations Management, and Decision Support Systems, a Department Editor of IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, an Associate Editor of Decision Sciences, and IEEE TSMC-Systems, and an editorial advisory board member of IJPE, IJPR and ITOR. He is currently an external member of the engineering panel, Research Grants Council (HK) and he mainly handles projects in OR/OM/Engineering Management. Over the past two decades, he served as an officer/exco member/secretary/treasurer of professional societies such as Production and Operations Management Society (HK), IEEE SMC Society (HK), and IEEE TEM Society (HK). He is listed as a Highly Cited Researcher by Clarivate (Web of Science). Before joining ULMS, he taught at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) and National Taiwan University (NTU), altogether for over two decades. In particular, he was honoured as a Yushan Fellow Professor at NTU, a President’s Award Winning Professor at PolyU, and a distinguished alumnus of CUHK's Faculty of Engineering.