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Scope of the Conference

This conference aims to bring researchers from the gulf region and around the world to share their research findings and address issues in engineering management, IT management and construction management. The conference represents an excellent opportunity for participants to hear from academic experts about latest developments in Engineering Systems Management and get practitioners’ view of innovative Engineering Management practices in some of the leading organizations. The first conference was held on April 2008 ISSCM:www.aus.edu/conferences/isscm2008/  

The conference is organized to cover the following tracks:

  • Engineering Management (Track Chair: I. Al Kattan, AUS, UAE): Supply Chain Management, Maritime logistics, Human Resource Management, Project and Quality Management, Environment and Energy Management, Simulation, Inventory Management, Financial Engineering, Optimization, Heuristics and Metaheuristics, Health Care Management, Customer Relationship Management, Engineering Economy, Maintenance, Reliability, fuzzy systems, etc...

 

  •  Information Technology Management (Track Chair: I. Zualkernan, AUS, UAE), IT Project Management, IT Portfolio Management, Knowledge Management, Agile IT, Enterprise Architecture, IT Governance, Security Management, Lean IT, etc..
  •  Construction Management (Track Chair: S. Beheiry, AUS, UAE): Rapid Renewal, Performance Requirements, Inspection, Safety, Construction Feedback Systems, Legal Issues Impacting, Construction Management & Alternative Project Delivery, Construction Project Management, Sustainable Construction, etc…
  • Military Logistics (Track Chair: A. Guitouni, Defence, Canada): Military Transportation Problems, Military Logistics, Planning and Scheduling of Military Operations, Military course of Action, etc…

 

 

 
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