Doctor of Philosophy in Interdisciplinary Engineering with a focus in Supply Chain Management

One area of interdisciplinary engineering study is supply chain management. Opportunities for research in this area include, but are not limited to, the following. Students will establish a degree plan in consultation with their advisory committee.

  • Detection and disruption of illicit supply chain networks;
  • Blockchain technology and supply chain management;
  • Value of misinformation/disinformation;
  • Multi-agent stochastic systems with partial information;
  • System vulnerability and resilience;
  • Port operations, maritime supply chains and intermodal logistics.

How to Apply

Current Texas A&M graduate students should apply to ITDE through this application

All other applicants should apply here

Application Requirements Information

Contact

Dr. Eleftherios Iakovou
Professor, Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution
Director, Manufacturing and Logistics Innovation Initiatives, TEES
Associate Director, Supply Chain Management and Applied Operations Research, TCAT/TEES
eiakovou@tamu.edu