|Asst Prof Lam Siu Lee |
Division of Infrastructure Systems and Maritime Studies
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
College of Engineering
Phone: (+65)6790 5276
- 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
|LAM Siu Lee Jasmine is an Economist and has extensive experience in lecturing at BSc and MSc levels and executive training in the fields of maritime studies and supply chain management. She is the Director of the MSc Maritime Studies programme at NTU. She has been invited by various organisations such as OECD, NOL and port authorities as a speaker at international conferences and seminars.
Working closely with the industry, government agencies and other reputed universities, Jasmine has completed a plenty of both academic and industrial projects. She has published in major international journals including Transportation Research Part A, Transportation, Transport Reviews, Journal of Transport Geography and Maritime Policy and Management. She also serves as a reviewer for such journals. She is a member of the editorial review board of Journal of Supply Chain Management. She received the Best Paper Award in the International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference at Melbourne in 2006.
|Management, strategy and modelling for supply chains, shipping, ports and other related areas;
Development of integrated intelligent systems/ decision support systems;
Port competition and cooperation;
Supply chain management;
Maritime and port policy;
Trade and maritime developments, especially for Asia.
|Research Grant |
- Academic Research Fund Tier 1 (2011-) [by Ministry of Education (MOE)]
- Commonwealth Secretariat UK (2012-)
- Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore - NTU (2005-) [by Ministry of Defense (MINDEF), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)]
- Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore - NTU (2011-) [by Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)]
- NTU Internal Funding - College of Engineering (2012-) [by College of Engineering]
- Neptune Orient Lines Fellowship Programme (2012-)
- Start Up Grant (2009-) [by Nanyang Technological University]
|Current Projects |
- A Planning Model for Bunker Risk Management Using Hedging Surcharges and Network Planning
- A Study to Position Jamaica as a Bunkering Location in the Region
- A knowledge-based approach for business evaluation and planning in ports and shipping
- Development of an Optimum Liner Service Network Planning System.
- Impact of Catastrophes on Shipping
- Innovative Intelligent Technology for Optimising Container Port Operations and Shipping Route Synchronisation
- Maritime Supply Chain Integration and Value Generation
- Research Programme on Exposure & Vulnerability of Marine Cargo to Natural Hazards_Research Stream 1: Marine Cargo Exposure
- Research Programme on Exposure & Vulnerability of Marine Cargo to Natural Hazards_Research Stream 2: Marine Cargo Vulnerability
- The Maritime Public Leaders' Programme
- Lam, J.S.L., Meersman, H. and Van de Voorde, E. (2012). Unveiling supply chain integration and its value in container shipping. International Journal of Transport Economics, 39(2), 275-298.
- Lam, J.S.L. and Van de Voorde, E. (2011). Scenario analysis for supply chain integration in container shipping. Maritime Policy and Management, 38(7), 705–725.
- Lam, J.S.L., Chen, D., Cheng, F. and Wong, K. (2011). Assessment of the competitiveness of ports as bunkering hubs: empirical studies on Singapore and Shanghai. Transportation Journal, .
- Lam, J.S.L. (2011). Patterns of maritime supply chains: slot capacity analysis. Journal of Transport Geography, 19(2), 366-374.
- Lam, J.S.L., Meersman, H. and Van de Voorde, E. (2009). Proceedings of the International Association of Maritime Economists Annual Conference: Ordered probit/ logit models for estimating supply chain value.Copenhagen.