Coordinated scheduling of vaccine production and distribution based on a stochastic multi-objective programme
Vaccine safety is related to the safety of people's lives, social stability, and the development of national health undertakings. To realise and optimise the coordination of vaccine production and distribution is an important link to ensure vaccine quality.
In the supply chain management environment, the coordination and scheduling of vaccine production and distribution were studied. This research aims to consider the multi-cycle, multi-product, multi-factory, multi-distribution centre, and multi-customer production and distribution coordination optimisation from the perspective of combining theory and practice by applying the theories and methods of operations research, management science, stochastic mathematics, and robust optimisation.
Education and Qualifications
- Undergraduate: North China Electric Power University
- Masters: King's College London