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memories3 section is dedicated to the history of IAME. In each issue, readers will find information about past events and meetings. The establishment period of IAME and its initial objectives will be investigated.

 

 

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Paul T.W. Lee, Section Editor

 

Professor Paul Tae-Woo Lee holds PhD from Cardiff University in UK.  He is currently Fulltime Invited Professor, Department of Business Administration and Director of Sustainable Business Research Lab at Soochow University, Taipei. Paul was Visiting Professor at, among others, the Faculty of Economics and Politics in Cambridge, University of Plymouth, Dalian Maritime University, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Chulalongkorn University including MPA Visiting Professor. He was a founding member of Asian Logistics Round Table (2007) and served IAME as council member, Secretary and co-opt vice-president. He was also guest editor or co-guest editor of MPM, IJSTL, and International Journal of Logistics: Research and Applications, and Growth and Change. He contributed to Lloyd’s List for 1997-2001 as a monthly columnist. Professor Lee, as advisor or committee member or consultant, participated in developing and setting up shipping, port and logistics polices and strategies for several countries. He addressed keynote speeches at APEC, AANZFTA and UNDP workshops, and international conferences.

 

 

 

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Zaili Yang, Section Associate Editor

 

Dr Zaili Yang is Professor of Maritime Transport at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), UK. Prior to his current appointment, he was Reader in Maritime Transport (2010-2014) and a lecturer in Maritime Operations (2007-2010) at the School of Engineering, Technology and Maritime Operations, LJMU. He received his BEng in Maritime Transportation from Dalian Maritime University, China, in 2001, MSc in International Transport from Cardiff University, UK, in 2003, and PhD in Maritime Safety from LJMU, UK, in 2006. Dr Yang’s research interests are system safety, security and risk based decision making modelling, especially their applications in marine and supply chain systems. Dr Yang has received more than £1.5m external grants (£1m as the PI) from the EU, UK EPSRC and UK DTI to support his research. Research funding support has also been received from government collaborators (i.e. UK MoD and Korean research collaborative funds) via PhD research projects. Dr Yang has successfully completed 4 postdoctoral and 11 PhD projects. He currently has 11 PhD students under his supervision in the research areas of maritime safety, logistics operation and port optimisation. His research findings have been published in more than 100 technical papers in risk and supply chain areas, including 50 refereed journal papers. Dr Yang is a member of editorial boards of seven international journals such as JMM and AJSL. He has also served as a member of review boards for national research councils of some EU countries such as Norway and Romania.

 

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