Professor in Supply Chain Management and Logistics


Jakob Puchinger is professor in Supply Chain Management and Logistics. He joined EM Normandie in 2022. He is also affiliate professor at the Laboratoire Génie Industriel at CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay and co-director of the Future Cities Lab with Centrale Pékin. Jakob Puchinger holds a doctoral degree from TU Wien obtained in 2006. His thesis investigated the combination of metaheuristics and integer programming for solving cutting and packing problems. His main research interests are in logistics and urban mobility, disruptive technologies and the optimization of the underlying transport systems. Jakob Puchinger co-authored more than 80 scientific publications, has supervised six theses and currently supervises five.

Professional experience

Since 2022: Professor in Supply Chain Management and Logistics, EM Normandie
Since 2019: Head of the Operations Management team at the Laboratoire Génie Industriel de CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay
Since 2019: Co-director of the Future Cities Lab at Centrale Pékin
2015-2022: Holder of the Anthropolis Chair and professor in Industrial Engineering at IRT SystemX and CentraleSupélec, Université Paris-Saclay.
2008-2014: Scientist, Senior Scientist, Head of Business Unit Dynamic Transportation Systems, Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna, Austria
2009-2015: External Lecturer, Vienna University of Technology
2006-2008: Researcher, NICTA, University of Melbourne

Supply Chain & Management Digital
Matières enseignées
Supply Chain Management
2006 : PhD in computer science, TU Wien, Austria


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