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Dr Antonio Martinez-Sykora PhD

Associate Professor in Business Analytics

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Antonio Martinez-Sykora, current director of CORMSIS (Centre of Operations Research, Management Science and Information Systems), is an Associate Professor in Business Analytics. He finished his PhD in June 2013 at the University of Valencia (Spain) and joined the Southampton Business School in September 2013 as a research assistant. In 2007, he received his BSc in Mathematics and BSc in Statistics and in 2009 he received the M.A.S in Operations Research.

His research focuses in a wide range of combinatorial optimisation problems, especially on cutting and packing problems and logistic planning problems such as vehicle routing, scheduling, cutting and packing and revenue management. He is a coordinator of the Euro Working Group on Cutting and Packing (ESICUP) and he has participated in various externally funded projects.

Research interests

  • Cutting and Packing problems
  • Vehicle routing logistics
  • Revenue Management
  • Dynamic pricing

Participation in projects

Antonio Martinez-Sykora has several ongoing project funded by EPSRC and Innovate UK in vehicle routing and logistics, revenue management and cutting and packing.

PhD Supervision

Completed:

  • Ranga Abeysooriya – “Cutting Patterns for Efficient Production of Irregular-shaped Pieces”
  • Carlos Lamas-Fernandez – “From archaeology to 3D printing: Packing problems in the three dimensions”
  • Valeriya Griffiths – “A Cost-Driven Process Planning Framework for Selective Laser Melting”
  • Hang Nguyen – “Crew Scheduling for Vietnam Airlines”

ONGOING:

  • Korawit Fakkhong – “RESTRUCTURING THE SUPPLY CHAIN TO BETTER SERVE RURAL FARMERS: A CASE STUDY OF THAILAND’s MANGO SUPPLY CHAIN”.
  • Mohammed Alammar – “Multi-modal vehicle routing problems”.
  • Andy Oakey - “Last mile systems in the healthcare sector”.
  • Busra Biskin – “Optimising drone trajectories under different scenarios”
  • John Beasley – “Enhancing Value with Analytics: The case of Airport Strtegic Design”
  • Luigi Bobbio – “Optimising drone trajectories”
  • Mike Flynn – “Optimising pick up and delivery networks with cross dockings”

Affiliate research groups

Advanced planning of linked logistics and operations, CORMSIS Centre for Operational Research, Management Sciences and Information Systems, Health Research Group, Supply Chain Management Research Group,

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Dr Antonio Martinez-Sykora
Southampton Business School, University of Southampton, Highfield, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK

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