Madas Michael A.

Madas Michael A.

Michael A. Madas is Lecturer on Supply Chain Management at the Department of Applied Informatics, School of Information Sciences, University of Macedonia. He holds a bachelor degree in Marketing and Operational Research of the Athens University of Economics and Business (2000), a M.Sc. Degree in Decision Sciences (Logistics and Transport Specialization) of the Athens University of Economics and Business (2001), and a Ph.D. from the Department of Management Science and Technology of the Athens University of Economics and Business. During the period 2007-2008, he was a post-doc researcher in the area of “Logistics and Transport Management” at the same Department.

Dr. Madas has been actively involved since 2002 in teaching duties (Athens University of Economics and Business, University of Macedonia) within the framework of both undergraduate and graduate courses in the broader area of “Logistics and Supply Chain Management”, as well as “Project and Programme Management”. During the period 2011-16, he served as Adjunct Lecturer in the M.Sc. Programme in “Management of Construction Projects” of the Hellenic Open University. He has extensive teaching experience at the Executive MBA and the M.Sc. Programme in Public Policy and Management of the Athens University of Economics and Business, and recently at the M.Sc. Programme in Logistics and Supply Chain Management of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Furthermore, he is Academic Coordinator and Tutor of the e-learning courses on “Supply Chain Management” at the Vocational Training Centre of the University of Athens. 

He has been a Senior Researcher affiliated with the Transportation Systems and Logistics Laboratory (TRANSLOG) of the Athens University of Economics and Business. Since 2015, he is a member of the Information Systems and e-Business (ISeB) Laboratory of the Department of Applied Informatics of the University of Macedonia. His professional research experience includes the participation and active involvement in a large number of European R&D projects funded by the European Commission, public and private bodies.

Dr. Madas has 10 publications  in highly recognized, international, scientific journals, 4 publications in edited volumes and books, and more than 25 papers included in conference proceedings. His published work has received more than 180 citations according to SCOPUS database and Google Scholar search engine. One of his research papers was included in the “U.S. Department of Transportation’s Compendium on Congestion: Issues and Analyses Across Modes”, published by the U.S. Department of Transportation (2007). Finally, he has acted as a reviewer for the following journals: Transportation Science, Transportation Research Parts B and C, Transportation Research Record, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Journal of Advanced Transportation, International Journal of Logistics Economics and Globalization, Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, Networks, Annals of Operations Research and Operational Research: An International Journal.

His broader research and teaching interests deal with logistics and supply chain management, strategic management and resource planning of transportation systems and transport operators / companies, transportation demand management, transport policy and pricing, ICT applications and impacts on logistics and transport systems, as well as project and programme management.