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Chair of Logistics and Quantitative Methods

Prof. Dr.RichardPibernik

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Brief CV

Richard Pibernik received his doctorate degree from Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany. From 2004 to 2007 he was a research affiliate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a Professor within the MIT-Zaragoza International Logistics Programme at the Zaragoza Logistics Centre in Spain. From 2007 to 2012 he was a Professor of Supply Chain Management at the EBS Business School in Wiesbaden, and from 2010-2012 Otto Mønsted Visiting Professor at Copenhagen Business School. As of 2012 Richard is a chaired Professor of Logistics and Quantitative Methods in Business Administration at the University of Würzburg. At the same time he is an Adjunct Professor at the Zaragoza Logistics Centre, Spain, and a Visiting Professor at the Malaysia Institute of Supply Chain Innovation. Both Zaragoza Logistics Center and the Malaysia Institute of Supply Chain Innovation are nodes of MIT's Global SCALE Network, an international alliance of leading-edge research and education centers dedicated to the development and dissemination of global innovation in supply chain and logistics.

Richard’s research is focused on quantitative methods for supply chain and logistics management. In particular, he works on data-driven approaches to supply chain management that integrate machine learning and traditional optimization models in supply chain management, supply chain information systems, and integrated planning approaches. He currently heads a research group consisting of eight researchers that is dedicated to data-driven approaches in supply chain and operations management, and also works actively in research project addressing healthcare supply chains for developing countries.

Richard has published his research in numerous renowned international journals such as Management Science, Production and Operations Management, Naval Research Logistics, and has been responsible, as a principal investigator, for many projects that were funded by industry and public funding agencies. He received grants from public funding agencies (EU, German Research Foundation, and the Governments of Germany and Spain), and carried out projects with large corporations (e.g. Lufthansa, Alcatel-Lucent, SAP), consulting firms (e.g. McKinsey), and many SME’s in Germany, Spain, and other countries. He is currently working with many companies in projects focused on data-driven supply chain management, supply chain analytics, and exploitation of big data in supply chain management.

Teaching specialization

Richard Pibernik holds lectures and seminars concerning strategic and operative management of logistics systems and global supply chains with a strong quantitative orientation. Furthermore, he offers programs for quantitative decision analysis and support.

Publications

[ 2018 ] [ 2016 ] [ 2012 ] [ 2011 ] [ 2009 ] [ 2008 ] [ 2007 ] [ 2006 ] [ 2005 ] [ 2004 ] [ 2003 ] [ 2002 ] [ 2001 ] [ 1999 ] [ 1996 ]

2018[ nach oben ]

  • Allocation planning in sales hierarchies with stochastic demand and service-level targets.Kloos, Konstantin; Pibernik, Richard; Schulte, Benedikt in OR Spectrum (2018).
     
  • The Value of Entrant Manufacturers: A Study of Competition and Risk for Donor-Funded Procurement of Essential Medicines.Lauton, Felix; Rothkopf, Alexander; Pibernik, Richard in Accepted for publication in European Journal of Operational Research (2018).
     
  • Privacy-preserving condition-based forecasting using machine learning.Taigel, F; Tueno, A K; Pibernik, R in Journal of Business Economics (2018). 88(5) 563-592.
     
  • Purchasing managers' willingness to pay for attributes that constitute sustainability.Goebel, Philipp; Reuter, Carsten; Pibernik, Richard; Sichtmann, Christina; Bals, Lydia in Accepted for publication in Journal of Operations Management (2018).
     

2016[ nach oben ]

  • The Value of Entrant Manufacturers: A Study of Competition and Risk for Donor-Funded Procurement of Essential MedicinesLauton, F; Rothkopf, A; Pibernik, R (2016).
     
  • Queueing with Limited Future InformationKurz, J; Pibernik, R (2016).
     
  • Maverick Buying: Eliminate, Participate, Leverage.Rothkopf, A; Pibernik, R in International Journal of Production Economics (2016). 179 77--89.
     
  • Profitability of Service-Level-Based Price Differentiation with Inventory Rationing. Forthcoming.Schulte, B; Pibernik, R in Production and Operations Management (2016).
     
  • Flexible Capacity Management with Future InformationKurz, J; Pibernik, R (2016).
     
  • Wishful Updating: The Role of Optimism When Experts Update Their Beliefs about the FutureEcken, P; Pibernik, R (2016).
     
  • Hit-Or-Miss: What Leads Experts to Take Advice for Long Term Judgments.Ecken, P; Pibernik, R in Management Science (2016). 62(7) 2002-2021.
     
  • Service differentiation in a single-period inventory model with numerous customer classes.Schulte, B; Pibernik, R in OR Spectrum (2016). 38(4) 921--948.
     

2012[ nach oben ]

  • Customer-facing supply chain practices – the impact of demand and distribution management on supply chain success.Rexhausen, D; Pibernik, R; Kaiser, G in Journal of Operations Management (2012). 30(4) 269--281.
     
  • Paying for Convenience: Attractiveness and Market Potential of Time-Based Delivery Services.Goebel, P; Möller, S; Pibernik, R in International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics Management (2012). 42(6) 584--606.
     
  • Reservation and Allocation Policies for Influenza Vaccines.Samii, A B; Pibernik, R; Yadav, P; Vereecke, A in European Journal of Operations Research (2012). 222(3) 495--507.
     
  • The Influence of Ethical Culture on Supplier Selection in the Context of Sustainable Sourcing.Goebel, P; Pibernik, R; Sichtmann, C; Reuter, C in International Journal of Production Economics (2012). 140(1) 7--17.
     

2011[ nach oben ]

  • The manufacturer’s incentive to reduce lead times.Kraiselburd, S; Pibernik, R; Raman, A in Production and Operations Management (2011). 20(5) 639--653.
     
  • Secure collaborative supply chain planning and inverse optimization - The JELS model.Pibernik, R; Zhang, Y; Kerschbaum, F; Schröpfer, A in European Journal of Operational Research (2011). 208(1) 75--85.
     
  • Secure collaborative Supply-Chain management.Zilli, A; Pibernik, R; Catrina, O; De_hoogh, S; Schoenmakers, B; Cimato, S; Damiani, E in Computer (2011). 44(9) 38--43.
     
  • An inventory reservation problem with nesting and fill rate based performance measures.Samii, A-B; Pibernik, R; Yadav, P in International Journal of Production Economics (2011). 133(1) 393--402.
     

2009[ nach oben ]

  • Inventory reservation and real-time order promising in a make-to-stock system.Pibernik, R; Yadav, P in OR Spectrum (2009). 31(1) 281--307.
     
  • The impact of performance measurement on the recognition of purchasing and supply management’s value contribution: A principal-agent based case study analysis.Groetsch, V; Henke, M; Pibernik, R in International Journal of Production Economics - submitted (2009).
     
  • Optimizations for risk-aware secure supply chain master planning.Schröpfer, A; Kerschbaum, F; Schütz, C; Pibernik, R in Journal of Universal Computer Science (2009). 15(15) 3019--3037.
     
  • Dynamic capacity reservation and due date quoting in a make-to-order system.Pibernik, R; Yadav, P in Naval Research Logistics (2009). 55(7) 593--611.
     

2008[ nach oben ]

  • Verhandlungsbasiertes Master Planning in Supply Chains.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in DBW Die Betriebswirtschaft (2008). 68(1) 85--111.
     

2007[ nach oben ]

  • An approach to inter domain master planning in supply chains.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in International Journal of Production Economics (2007). 108(1) 200--212.
     
  • Strategic deployment of specialized testing and remanufacturing in a global high-tech supply chain.Goentzel, J; Manzione, L T; Pibernik, R; Pruett, J; Thiessen, B in International Journal of Manufacturing Technology and Management (2007). 11(1) 28--52.
     

2006[ nach oben ]

  • Centralised and decentralised supply chain planning.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in International Journal of Integrated Supply Management (2006). 2(1) 6--27.
     
  • Managing stock-outs effectively with order fulfillment systems.Pibernik, R in Journal of Manufacturing Technology Management (2006). 17(6) 721--736.
     
  • Quantitative Methoden in Logistik und Supply Chain ManagementJacquemin, M; Pibernik, R; Sucky, E (2006). Hamburg.
     
  • Leistungsprogrammplanung in Wertschöpfungsnetzwerken – Fundierung, Implikationen, Grenzen.Isermann, H; Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in Wertschöpfungsnetzwerke (2006). 305--324.
     

2005[ nach oben ]

  • Advanced available-to-promise: Classification, selected methods and requirements for operations and inventory management.Pibernik, R in International Journal of Production Economics (2005). 93(94) 239--252.
     
  • Strategic deployment of specialized testing and remanufacturing in a global network of contract manufacturers.Goentzel, J; Manzione, L T; Pibernik, R; Pruett, J; Thiessen, B (2005).
     
  • Master planning in supply chains.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in Entscheidungsunterstützende Systeme in SCM und Logistik (2005).
     
  • Managing stock-outs effectively with order fulfillment systems.Pibernik, R (2005).
     

2004[ nach oben ]

  • Process Management in Supply Chains – A New Petri-Net Approach.von_Mevius, M; Pibernik, R (2004). (Bd. 37)
     
  • Dynamische Supply Chain Configuration mit Advanced Planning Systemen.Pibernik, R in Quantitative Methoden in ERP und APS. Paderborn (2004).
     
  • Fallstudie: Zentrales und dezentrales Supply Chain Planning am Beispiel einer Supply Chain der Pharma-Industrie.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium (2004). 1 59--64.
     
  • Zentrales und dezentrales Supply Chain Planning.Pibernik, R; Sucky, E in Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium (2004). 1 25--31.
     

2003[ nach oben ]

  • A multi-product batch-available-to-promise model for make-to-stock manufacturing.Pibernik, R in Operations Research Proceedings (2003).
     
  • Einsatz dynamischer Planungsmodelle zur Unterstützung des strategischen Supply Chain Management.Pibernik, R in Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium (2003). 1 20--26.
     
  • Modellgestützte Flexibilitätsplanung in Supply Chains: Einsatz einer Software-Applikation in einem Biotechnologie-Unternehmen.Pibernik, R in Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft (2003). 73(11) 1141--1165.
     
  • Fallstudie: Supply Chain Configuration am Beispiel eines Biotechnologie-Unternehmens.Pibernik, R in Wirtschaftswissenschaftliches Studium (2003). 1 54--60.
     

2002[ nach oben ]

  • Ausgewählte Methoden und Verfahren zur Unterstützung des Advanced Available to Promise.Pibernik, R in Zeitschrift für Planung (2002). 13 345--372.
     
  • Advanced available to promise: Herausforderungen für das Produktions- und Logistikmanagement.Pibernik, R (2002).
     

2001[ nach oben ]

  • Flexibilitätsplanung in WertschöpfungsnetzwerkenPibernik, R (2001). Gabler, Wiesbaden.
     
  • Flexibilitätsplanung in Wertschöpfungsnetzwerken.Pibernik, R in Zeitschrift für Betriebswirtschaft (2001). 71(8) 893--913.
     

1999[ nach oben ]

  • Fundamentals of flexibility planning in supply chain networks.Pibernik, R (1999).
     

1996[ nach oben ]

  • Simulationsgestützte Besatzungseinsatzplanung einer Luftverkehrsgesellschaft.Kaupp, M; Pauly, M; Pibernik, R M. Kaupp (Hrsg.) (1996). 111--211.
     

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