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Prof. Graham Heaslip

Prof. Graham Heaslip

Head of School of Engineering, Galway-Mayo College, Atlantic Technological University (ATU)

Prof. Graham Heaslip

Graham is Professor of Logistics Engineering and Head of School of Engineering, Galway-Mayo College, Atlantic Technological University (ATU), Ireland. Graham is a visiting professor at Hanken School of Economics in Finland and at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia. Graham is a member of the research team at the Bioeconomy SFI Research Centre, BiOrbic, Ireland’s national bioeconomy research centre, established to promote and develop Ireland’s bioeconomy through excellent research and innovation.  Graham’s work in the field of logistics and supply chain management has gained international recognition and has been recognised by Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence. In addition to leading a number of on-going research projects in logistics and supply chain management, Graham is active as an advisor to many organisations in the fields of logistics and supply chain management. Graham was awarded the James Cooper Memorial Cup for best PhD in Logistics and Supply Chain Management by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. Prior to entering academia Graham spent fourteen years working in the Irish Defence Forces both at home and abroad in a variety of logistical appointments, as well as spending time seconded to Humanitarian agencies in a logistical capacity. Graham’s research interests are broadly in the intersections between global logistics/supply chain management, humanitarian logistics and organisational management development. Graham is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.