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Ilias Tatsiopoulos

Studies

He studied Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at NTUA (1978) and followed post-graduate studies at the TH Aachen (Germany) and the University of Lancaster (UK) under a NATO grant.  He holds a PhD (1983) in Operational Research from the University of Lancaster. 

Experience

Ilias Tatsiopoulos is a Professor in operations management and logistics at the Industrial Management and OR Sector of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) and chairman of the Board at EPA ATTIKI. He is chairman of the MBA program “Athens MBA” which is co-organised by NTUA and Athens University of Economics and Business. He has been Lecturer in management information systems at the Economic University of Athens,  member of the Senate of NTUA, vice-chairman at European Management Association, member of the Board at Hellenic Management Association, chairman at Institute of Production Management at Hellenic Management Association. He serves in the Editorial Board of the Production Planning & Control Journal. He has been active for several years as a professional production engineer in both industrial and consulting firms and he has been project coordinator in several research projects.

Research Interests

His academic interests revolve around the areas of Industrial Management, Computer-Aided Production Management, Manufacturing Information Systems, Production System Desing, Enterprise Resource Planning Systems, Decision Support, Logistics and Supply Chain Management including the aspects of Energy Supply, Procurements, Business Process Management and Reengineering and Benchmarking Methodologies.

 

Selected Publications

  1. Pappas, I.A and Tatsiopoulos, I.P., (Eds.), Advances in Production Management Systems, IFIP - North Holland, 1993.
  2. I.P.Tatsiopoulos and V.Leopoulos, A Sporadic Customer Order Processing Model and Case Study for the Consumer Goods Industry, in Bititci U. and Carrie A. (Eds), Strategic Management of the Manufacturing Value Chain, Kluwer Publishers, pp 569-576, 1998.
  3. Doumeingts, G., Panayiotou, N., Rinn, A., Tatsiopoulos, I., Villenave, C., Zuelch, G., A Methodology for Reengineering and Information Technology Implementation, Shaker Verlag, 1999.
  4. Tatsiopoulos, I.P.  and B.G.  Kingsman, Lead time management, European Journal of Operational Reasearch, December, 1983.ns, K., Krause, O. and B. Schallock, Global Production Management, Kluwer Publishers, pp 498-504, 1999.
  5. Tatsiopoulos, I.P. and N. Mekras, An Expert System for the Selection of Production Planning and Control Software, Production Planning and Control Journal, 1999, Vol. 10, No. 5, 414-425.
  6. Tatsiopoulos I.P., N.A. Panayiotou & S.T. Ponis, "Business Process Assessment Using Discrete Simulation", in: Mertins, K., Krause, O. and B. Schallock, Global Production Management, Kluwer Publishers, pp 498-504, 1999.
  7. Tatsiopoulos I. P., Panayiotou N. A., “The Integration of Activity Based Costing and Enterprise Modeling for Reengineering Purposes”, International Journal of Production Economics, (66) 1, 2000, pp. 33-44.
  8. Tatsiopoulos, I.P., Panayiotou, N. and Ponis, S., E-Business in the Greek Apparel Industry, Operational Research International Journal, 2002.
  9. Tolis A., Tatsiopoulos I, “Economic aspects of the cotton-stalk biomass logistics and comparison of supply chain methods”, Biomass and Bioenergy Journal, 2002
  10. Tatsiopoulos, I. P., Panayiotou N. A, Ponis S.T., “A Modelling and Evaluation Methodology for E-Commerce enabled BPR”, Computers in Industry 49, 2002, pp. 107-121.
  11. Gayialis S.P., Tatsiopoulos I.P., “Design of an IT-driven Decision Support System for Vehicle Routing & Scheduling”, European Journal of Operational Research, Special Issue “New Technology in Transportation Systems”, Elsevier, Volume 152, Issue 2, 2004, p.p. 382–398.
  12. Panayiotou N., Tatsiopoulos I., Gayialis S., “An E-Procurement System for Governmental Purchasing”, International Journal of Production Economics, Elsevier, Volume 90, Issue 1, 2004, p.p. 79-102.
  13. Tziralis G., Tolis A., Tatsiopoulos I., Aravossis K., “Sustainability and the Olympics: The case of Athens 2004”, Special Issue "Environmental Economics" of the International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning, 2007.
  14. Tziralis G. and Tatsiopoulos I., ‘Prediction Markets: An Extended Literature Review’, The Journal of Prediction Markets (2007), Vol. 1, pp. 75–91.
  15. Rentizelas A., Tolis A., Tatsiopoulos I., (2009). Logistics issues of biomass: The storage problem and the multi-biomass supply chain. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews Journal. Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 887-894.
  16. Rentizelas A., Tatsiopoulos I.P. (2010). Locating a bioenergy facility using a hybrid optimization method. International Journal of Production Economics. Vol. 123, pp. 196-209.
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