题目：Date with Editor for Research & Paper Publication in Top-Tier Journals
报告人：Prof. Jiuh-Biing Sheu (Taiwan University)
Prof. Jiuh-Biing Sheu holds the distinguished professor at Taiwan University, Taiwan, and is entitled Chair Professor, Chang Jiang Scholars Program of China (2016-present). He is also the Advisory Editor (Past Editor in Chief) of Transportation Research Part E.
Professor Sheu has published over one hundred refereed journal articles in academic journals, including Transportation Research Parts A, B, C, E, F, Transportation Science, and Production and Operations Management, with a half of them by singly authored. Additionally, Professor Sheu published two special issues on Emergency Logistics management and Green Supply Chain Management for Transportation Research Part E in 2007 and 2011, respectively. His research areas cover Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), Intelligent Logistics, Emergency Logistics, Green Supply Chain Management, Business-to-Business Relationship Marketing, Quantum Optical Flow Theory and its Applications in ITS, Behavioral Operations Management, Green Marketing, Affect Science and Cognition in Decision Science. He received Outstanding Researcher Awards from Ministry of Technology of Taiwan in 2006, 2012, and 2015; Outstanding Young Researcher Project, Science Council, Taiwan (2011-2015); Outstanding Scholar Research Project, Science Council, Taiwan (2008-2011); Outstanding Researcher Award, Chiao Tung University (2004) and Da You Wu Outstanding Junior Researcher Award, Science Council, Taiwan in 2003. Additionally, Professor Sheu is awarded Shanghai Eastern-Scholar Chair Professor (2013), One Thousand Person Project of Shanghai (2013), and Chair Professor of Chang Jiang Scholars Program of China (2016).
The content of the presentation contains two major parts with two purposes. The first is to share the speaker's update-to-date personal research in the fields of transportation, logistics, and supply chain management. Specifically, the speaker provides the overview of the research outcome of MOST-sponsored multi-year research projects which cover three subjects in relation to green supply chain management, global logistics network reconfigurations in the Belt-and-Road context, and emergency logistics. The second part is to highlight the speaker's prospect for the trend and development of Transportation Research Part E (from 2019). The presentation is expected to benefit our audiences, particularly for young scholars and PhD students, to create innovative research papers, and move toward the ultimate goal of sustainable research career development of scholars.