The Operations and Supply Chain Management or OSCM Forum is established to provide an outlet for those interested in operations and supply chain management to share ideas and recent developments in these important fields. In particular, we aim to enhance the communication between OSCM scholars and practitioners in the third word countries which normally have limited access to the OSCM resources with those from more established countries. In addition to organizing regular conferences, which have been done since 2005, we also publish an international journal called Operations and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal.
Call for Papers
Operations and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal invites articles that present modeling, empirical, review, and conceptual works in the broad area of Operations Management and Supply Chain Management. All manuscripts should be submitted electronically via OSCM Submission Management system. This system enables easier, faster and more reliable access to your article submission management. Please contact our Technical Support (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you need assistance to set up an account or the Editor-in-Chief at: email@example.com.
7th International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management,
We invite paper submission for the 7th International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management (OSCM) which will take place in Phuket, Thailand in 18-21 December 2016. The conference is held by the collaboration of Cluster of Logistics and Rail Engineering of Mahidol University (Thailand) and Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (Indonesia). The earlier OSCM conferences were held in Bali, Indonesia (2005 and 2014), Thailand (2007), Malaysia (2009), Maldives (2011), and New Delhi, India (2013). Visit OSCM 2016 Call for Papers for more information or click here to download our Call For Paper brochure.
Special Issue on Quantitative Models for Supply Chain Management:
Concepts and Cases
Operations and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal invites special issue on Quantitative Models for Supply Chain Management: Concepts and Cases. It aims to put forth the state-of-the art research outcomes by framing quantitative model as a decision-making tool in the field of Supply Chain Management. It is an exciting new special issue for framing, modeling and solving different quantitative models in Supply Chain Management for both manufacturing sector and service sector. For more information, please visit OSCM Journal Special Issue.