Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Assoc Prof Lam Siu Lee


Associate Professor

School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
College of Engineering

Email: SLLAM@NTU.EDU.SG
Phone: (+65)6790 5276
Office: N1-01b-43

Education
  • PhD (Appl Econs Sc) University of Antwerp 2008
  • MSc (Trans & Maritime Econ) (Great DI) University of Antwerp 2006
  • MSc (Transport & Maritime Mgt)(Great DI) University of Antwerp 2002
  • BSc (Shipping Tech & Mgt) (Hons) The Hong Kong Polytechnic University 1999
Biography
Prof. Dr. LAM Siu Lee Jasmine has extensive experience in university teaching, executive training, research and consultancy in the fields of maritime studies, logistics, sustainable development. She is the Director of Maritime Studies programme and Centre Director of Maritime Energy and Sustainable Development (MESD) Centre of Excellence. She has been invited by various organisations such as OECD, NOL, port authorities and banks as a key speaker at international conferences and seminars.

Working closely with the industry, government agencies and other reputed universities, Prof Lam has completed a plenty of both technical and consultancy/ industrial projects, such as port master plan, port competitiveness and innovation, green port and shipping, liner shipping competition, trade flow and logistics plan, ASEAN maritime connectivity, and establishing maritime centre/ cluster. She has widely published in leading international journals including Transportation Research Part A, Part B, Part D, and Part E, Transportation, Transportation Science, Transport Reviews, Energy,
Journal of Cleaner Production, Journal of Transport Geography, Maritime Policy & Management, and Industrial Marketing Management. She is the Associate Editor of Maritime Policy & Management (a flagship journal of maritime research), and a member of the editorial review board of Journal of Supply Chain Management (a top journal in management). She is also the elected Vice President of International Association of Maritime Economists and a member of BNP Paribas Chair international scientific committee headquartered in France. Prof Lam is the recipient of many awards, including the following.

- Maritime Policy & Management Best Published Manuscript Award, 2015 and 2017
- National Day Honours 2015 Commendation Medal awarded by the President of Singapore, Prime Minister’s Office, 2015
- Best Paper Award, International Conference on Quality, Reliability, Risk, Maintenance, and Safety Engineering, 2014
- Erasmus Mundus Scholars Award, European Commission, 2014-2016
- Next Generation Container Port Challenge Commendation Prize, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore and Singapore Maritime Institute, 2013
- Eagle Prize, The International Association of Maritime Economists, 2012
- Best Reviewer Award, The International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference, 2012
- Eminent Scholar Award, Chinese government, 2012
- Best Paper Award, The International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference, 2006
- Scholarship for MSc study awarded by the Administration of Foreign Affairs of Flanders, Belgium


Personal homepage:

NTU -- http://www.cee.ntu.edu.sg/aboutus/FacultyDir/Pages/csllam.aspx

Research Gate -- https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jasmine_Siu_Lee_Lam
Research Interests
Management, strategy and modelling for supply chains, shipping, ports and other related areas;
Development of integrated intelligent systems/ decision support systems;
Innovation, including data analytics, block chain
Port competition and cooperation;
Risk management;
Sustainable development;
Supply chain management;
Econometrics;
Maritime and port policy;
Trade and maritime developments, especially for Asia, including Belt and Road Initiative
Current Projects
  • Analysing Marine Cargo Risk and its impact on Ports
  • Catastrophes along maritime networks (ICRM)
  • Commonwealth Secretariat-NTU joint R & D on bunkering
  • Development of an Optimum Liner Service Network Planning System.
  • Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions from International Shipping: Strategies and Impacts
  • Innovative Intelligent Technology for Optimising Container Port Operations and Shipping Route Synchronisation
  • Maritime Energy and Sustainable Development Centre of Excellence (MESD CoE)
  • Maritime Supply Chain Integration and Value Generation
  • PSA contribution - Smart Cargo Handling Equipment and Battery Management System for Port Sustainable Energy Management
  • RCA-Methanol As Marine Fuel for Singapore Harbour Craft
  • Real Energy Efficiency and Emissions in the Seaway (REEalSea)
  • Research Programme on Exposure & Vulnerability of Marine Cargo to Natural Hazards_Research Stream 1: Marine Cargo Exposure (ICRM)
  • Research Programme on Exposure & Vulnerability of Marine Cargo to Natural Hazards_Research Stream 2: Marine Cargo Vulnerability (ICRM)
  • Smart cargo handling equipment and battery management system for port sustainable energy management
  • The Maritime Public Leaders' Programme
  • Usable space for sustainable urban living
Selected Publications
  • Zhang, Xiunian; Lam, Jasmine Siu Lee. (2018). Shipping Mode Choice in Cold Chain from A Value-based Management Perspective (Free access to full text till 24 Feb, 2018 https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1WL5h4sj-4aUC~). Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 110, 147-167.
  • Zhang, Wei; Lam, Jasmine Siu Lee. (2017). An Empirical Analysis of Maritime Cluster Evolution from the Port Development Perspective – Cases of London and Hong Kong. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 105, 219–232.
  • Lam, J.S.L. and Gu, Y. (2016). A market-oriented approach for intermodal network optimisation meeting cost, time and environmental requirements. International Journal of Production Economics, 171(Part 2), 266-274.
  • Lam, J.S.L. and Lai, K.H. (2015). Developing Environmental Sustainability by ANP-QFD Approach: the Case of Shipping Operations. Journal of Cleaner Production , 105, 275-284.
  • Lam, J.S.L. (2015). Designing a Sustainable Maritime Supply Chain: A Hybrid QFD-ANP Approach. Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, 78, 70-81.

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