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Department of Maritime and Mechanical Engineering

Prof Zaili Yang

Prof Zaili Yang

Telephone: 0151 231 2531

Biography

Biography

Zaili Yang is Professor of Maritime Transport at Liverpool John Moores University (LJMU), UK. Prior to his current appointment, he was Reader in Maritime Transport (2010-2014) and a lecturer in Maritime Operations (2007-2010) at the School of Engineering, Technology and Maritime Operations, LJMU. He received his BEng in Maritime Transportation from Dalian Maritime University, China, in 2001, MSc in International Transport from Cardiff University, UK, in 2003, and PhD in Maritime Safety from LJMU, UK, in 2006. Prof. Yang’s research interests are analysis and modelling of safety, resilience and sustainability of transport networks, particularly maritime and logistics systems. Prof. Yang has received more than £3m external grants (£1.5m as the PI) from the EU, UK EPSRC and UK DTI to support his research. Research funding support has also been received from government collaborators (i.e. UK MoD and Korean research collaborative funds) via PhD research projects. Prof. Yang has successfully completed 5 postdoctoral and 17 PhD projects. He currently has 14 PhD students under his supervision in the research areas of maritime safety, logistics operation and port optimisation. His research findings have been published in more than 180 refereed papers in risk and supply chain areas, including 77 (60 SCI/SSCI-cited) journal and 86 conference papers. Prof. Yang is the associate editor of IMA Journal of Management Mathematics and a member of 9 transport/maritime journals (e.g. Transport Research Part E). He has also served as a member of review boards for national research councils of USA, UK, EU, Norway and China. He has received 7 best paper awards including 2 from journals (e.g. IMechE Journal Part M) and 5 from conferences (e.g. IEEE LISS) and 2 research awards from IAME2012 and ICRITO2010.

Career Profile
2017 – date Chair of Research Degree Committee of Faculty of Engineering and Technology, LJMU
2014 – date Professor of Maritime Transport, Liverpool JMU.
2012 - date Co-Director of Liverpool Logistics Offshore and Marine Research Institute (LOOM), Liverpool JMU.
2010 – 2014 Reader in Maritime Transport, Liverpool JMU.
2007 - 2010 Lecturer/Senior Lecturer, Liverpool JMU.
2006 - 2007 Postdoctoral RA, Liverpool JMU.
2003 - 2006 PhD researcher, Liverpool JMU.
2001 - 2002 MSc student, Cardiff University.
1997 - 2001 BSs student, Dalian Maritime University.


Research Profile
· Authored and co-authored more than 180 refereed publications.
· Completion of supervision of over 10 visiting scholars (as the first supervisor).
· Completion of supervision of 5 postdoctoral researchers (4 as the first supervisor).
· Completion of supervision of 17 PhD students (7 as the first supervisor).
· 14 PhD researchers under supervision (7 as the first supervisor).
· Research funding of over £3m (£2m as the PI) received from EU, the UK EPSRC, Nuffield Foundation, DTI KTP and IMarEST.
· Collaborative research with many industrial companies (e.g. Maersk and Peel) and leading universities.

Fellowship and Research Awards
· 2017. Maritime Policy & Management Best Paper Award, paper title: ‘Use of Bayesian network for risk based port state control’, (co-authored with Yang Z.S., and Yin J.B.), awarded in International Association of Maritime Economics 2017 Conference, Kyoto, Japan, June 28-30, 2017.
· 2017. LISS Conference Best Paper Award, paper title: ‘A Fuzzy Rule-Based Bayesian Reasoning Approach for Risk Assessment of Petroleum Transportation Systems’, (co-authored with Alghanmi A., and Blanco-Davis E.), awarded in 7th IEEE International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Sciences 2017 Conference, Kyoto, Japan, with satellite session in Beijing China, July 24-27, 2017.
· 2016. QR2MSE Conference Best Paper Award, paper title “Measurement and Management of KPIs under Uncertainty: A Case of Shipping Management”, (co-authored with Z.Qu, M. Asquco, I.D. Jenkinson, J. Wang), awarded in International Conference on Quality, Reliability, Maintainability and Safety, July 25-28, Jiuzhaigou, China, 2016.
· 2012. Eagle Prize, awarded to Outstanding Potential Young Scholars in Maritime Research, awarded during IAME 2012 Conference, Taipei, September 6-8, 2012.
· 2012. Award of NW Regional KTP of year and finalist in KTP of year at Innovation 2012 UK.
· 2012. Maritime Policy & Management Best Paper Award – 1st Runners Up, paper title: ‘Modeling port choice in an uncertain environment’.
· 2011&2009. Highly Commended Paper Award twice from Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part E: Journal of Process Mechanical Engineering.
· 2010. Research Award for outstanding contributions to scholarship and research in Maritime Operation Safety and Risk Analysis, conferred by the University of Lingaya through ICRITO.
· 2009. University Promising Research Fellowship by LJMU.
· 2009&2008. Faculty Research Award twice at LJMU.
· Before 2007. Several awards including Stanley Gray Fellowship (2004-2006) awarded by the Institute of Maritime Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST), Excellent Graduate Award, Conference Best Paper Award and Nomination of Best Maritime PhD Thesis Award, etc.


Research Interests
· Formal maritime safety assessment.
· Maritime security modelling.
· Human reliability assessment.
· Quantitative quality control.
· Container supply chain risk analysis.
· Risk based multiple attribute decision making.
· Uncertainty treatment in risk assessment.
· Port safety assessment.
· Intelligent transport system.
· Maritime logistics performance measurement.


Current Research Projects
As the Principal Investigator
2018-2021 EU H2020 €126,000 (out of €1m) GOLF – Food Supply Chains.
2017-2018 DfT/Mersey Travel (Transport Authority of Merseyside UK) £16,400 Cycling Safety Management
2015-2018 Norwegian Research Council £25,000 SeaConAZ - Exploring the Potential for Making Sea Containers Go All the Way through the Supply Chain
2015-2018 Red Ninjia Ltd. £30,000 Group Route Optimisation through Simulation
2015-2018 AECOM UK £30,000 Climate Adaptation in Transportation
2013-2017 EU FP7 Marie Curie IRSES network €592,000 ENRICH – EU China Research Network on Integrated Supply Chains

As the Co-Investigator
2017-2020 Petroleum Technology Development Fund £15,000 Quantitative Pipeline Risk Assessment
2017-2018 The UK HSE £15,000 Effective collision risk management for offshore installations and ship/platform collision incident database
2018-2021 EU (INTERREG Atlantic Area) €144,000 (out of €2.22m) Atlantic Blue Port Services - Discharge polluted water in port, not at sea
2016-2020 EU H2020 Marie Curie RISE network €243,000 (out of €1.28m in total) REliability and Safety Engineering and Technology for large maritime engineering systems
2016-2017 Royal Academy of Engineering £24,000 Newton research collaborations programme
2015-2019 EU H2020 Marie Curie RISE network €108,000 Partnership for Research in Geopolymer Concretes
2015-2017 UK BIS (Newton Fund) £300,000 Sustainable maritime logistics research UK- Vietnam

Completed Research Projects
As the Principal Investigator
· Korean Maritime University, £3K, 2015, Green Port.
· UK Technology Strategy Board, £20K, 2014-2016, VoyagOR - Voyage Optimal Routing in the Cloud.
· Korean Government, $10K, 2014, MoF, Marine Policy Study.
· EU, €64K, 2014-2015, INTERREG, Intelligent Transport In Dynamic Environnent Extension (InTraDE1).
· EU, €1,032k (of €7m), 2009-2014, INTERREG, Intelligent Transport in Dynamic Environment (InTraDE).
· Korean Incheon University, £1,100, 2011-2012, Port safety and security.
· Chinese Government, £1K, 2011, Safety analysis of inland waterways.
· Nuffield Foundation, £1.4K, 2010, UBR/37833, Use of Bayesian network to analyse maritime piracy risk.
· HEFCE, £5K, 2009, LJMU promising researcher fellowship.
· Nuffield Foundation, £1.4K, 2010, UBR/35483, Use of fuzzy logic to maritime security management.

As the Co-Investigator
· British Council, £40K, ICT for sustaining and renovating logistics services in Vietnam, a UK-Vietnam research partnership.
· Research Council UK Digital Economy, £3K, NEMODE – Studying the economic benefit of enabling digital, innovative technologies in UK/North West Europe container terminal business.
· UK Royal Society, £12K, 2014-2016, A Case Study-based Collaborative Investigation into Inland Waterway Ship Safety.
· UK RMRI Consulting, £30K, 2014-2017, Offshore Safety Case Study.
· CILT, £7.8K, 2014, Traffic Management and Transport Optimisation.
· EU, €384K, 2012-2015, FP7-Marie Curie IRSES, REFERENCE (Research NEtwork on FlExible Risk AssEssmeNt and DeCision SciencE).
· Nippon Foundation, $54K, 2013-2014, through the International Association of Maritime Universities – IAMU, Deck officers' non-technical skills (NTS) and training needs for human element.
· EU, €350K (of €4.5m), 2011-2014, INTERREG, Strengthening the development of sustainable connectivity in NWE for freight and logistics with the support of ICT innovative solutions (WeastFlows).
· EPSRC, £12K, 2010, EP/1004947/1, Travel grant for a maritime logistics symposium in Shanghai Expo.
· DTI KTP, £122K, 2007-2010, Risktec, KTP with Risktec Solutions Ltd.


External Collaboration
Collaboration has been developed with many industrial companies, research institutions and government bodies. They include the Maersk Line (UK Ltd), American Bureau of Shipping (Greece), Mersey Maritime Group, Port of Liverpool, Port of Oostende, Risktech Ltd, Stanford University, University of Oxford, University of Manitoba, University of Tasmania, World Maritime University, Lille University of Technology, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Incheon National University, Wuhan University of Technology, Shanghai Maritime University, Taiwan National Ocean University, Dalian Maritime University, Beijing Jiaotong University, University of Antwerp, Edinburgh Napier University, Cardiff University, the Mersey Partnership and South East England Development Agency (SEEDA), Liverpool City Council and Manchester City Council, etc.

Degrees

2007, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, PhD
2003, Cardiff University, United Kingdom, MSc
2001, Dalian Maritime University, Dalian, China, BEng

Publications

Journal article

Yang Z, Yang Z, Yin J. 2018. Realising advanced risk-based port state control inspection using data-driven Bayesian networks Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 110 :38-56 >DOI

Liu H, Tian Z, Huang A, Yang Z. 2018. Analysis of vulnerabilities in maritime supply chains Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 169 :475-484 >DOI

Ha MH, Yang Z, Heo MW. 2017. A New Hybrid Decision Making Framework for Prioritising Port Performance Improvement Strategies Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 33 :105-116 >DOI

Wan C, Yang Z, Zhang D, Yan X, Fan S. 2017. Resilience in transportation systems: a systematic review and future directions Transport Reviews, :1-20 >DOI

Salleh NHM, Riahi R, Yang Z, Wang J. 2017. Predicting a Containership's Arrival Punctuality in Liner Operations by Using a Fuzzy Rule-Based Bayesian Network (FRBBN) Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics, 33 :95-104 >DOI

Ha M-H, Yang Z. 2017. Comparative analysis of port performance indicators: Independency and interdependency TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A-POLICY AND PRACTICE, 103 :264-278 >DOI >Link

Yang Z, Guo L, Yang Z. 2017. Emergency logistics for wildfire suppression based on forecasted disaster evolution Annals of Operations Research, :1-21 >DOI

Wan C, Zhang D, Yan X, Yang Z. 2017. A novel model for the quantitative evaluation of green port development - A case study of major ports in China Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, >DOI

Xi YT, Yang ZL, Fang QG, Chen WJ, Wang J. 2017. A new hybrid approach to human error probability quantification-applications in maritime operations OCEAN ENGINEERING, 138 :45-54 >DOI >Link

Chen LJ, Yan XP, Huang LW, Yang ZL, Wang J. 2017. A systematic simulation methodology for LNG ship operations in port waters: a case study in Meizhou Bay Journal of Marine Engineering and Technology, :1-21 >DOI

Ha M-H, Yang Z, Notteboom T, Ng AKY, Heo M-W. 2017. Revisiting port performance measurement: A hybrid multi-stakeholder framework for the modelling of port performance indicators TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW, 103 :1-16 >DOI >Link

Yan XP, Wan CP, Zhang D, Yang ZL. 2017. Safety management of waterway congestions under dynamic risk conditions-A case study of the Yangtze River APPLIED SOFT COMPUTING, 59 :115-128 >DOI >Link

Ng AKY, Wang T, Yang Z, Li KX, Jiang C. 2016. How is Business Adapting to Climate Change Impacts Appropriately? Insight from the Commercial Port Sector Journal of Business Ethics, :1-19 >DOI

Yang ZL, Qu Z. 2016. Quantitative maritime security assessment: a 2020 vision IMA JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT MATHEMATICS, 27 :453-470 >DOI >Link

Pristrom S, Yang Z, Wang J, Yan X. 2016. A novel flexible model for piracy and robbery assessment of merchant ship operations RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 155 :196-211 >DOI >Link

John A, Yang Z, Riahi R, Wang J. 2016. A risk assessment approach to improve the resilience of a seaport system using Bayesian networks OCEAN ENGINEERING, 111 :136-147 >DOI >Link

Alyami H, Yang Z, Riahi R, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2016. Advanced uncertainty modelling for container port risk analysis. Accident; analysis and prevention,

Zhang D, Yan X, Zhang J, Yang Z, Wang J. 2016. Use of fuzzy rule-based evidential reasoning approach in the navigational risk assessment of inland waterway transportation systems SAFETY SCIENCE, 82 :352-360 >DOI >Link

Kavakeb S, Nguyen TT, Yang Z, Jenkinson I. 2016. Evolutionary fleet sizing in static and uncertain environments with shuttle transportation tasks - the case studies of container terminals IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine, 11 :55-69 >DOI >Link

Nguyen TT, Jenkinson I, Yang Z. 2015. An experimental study of combining evolutionary algorithms with KD-tree to solving dynamic optimisation problems Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 9028 :857-868 >DOI

Yang Z, Ng AKY, Lee PTW, Wang T, Qu Z, Sanchez Rodrigues V, Pettit S, Harris I, Zhang D, Lau YY. 2015. Risk and cost evaluation of port adaptation measures to climate change impacts Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, >DOI

Gohomene DA, Yang ZL, Bonsal S, Maistralis E, Wang J, Li KX. 2015. The Attractiveness of Ports in West Africa: Some Lessons from Shipping Lines' Port Selection Growth and Change, :n/a-n/a >DOI

Pak J-Y, Yeo G-T, Oh S-W, Yang Z. 2015. Port safety evaluation from a captain's perspective: The Korean experience SAFETY SCIENCE, 72 :172-181 >DOI >Link

Yang Z, Wang J. 2015. Use of fuzzy risk assessment in FMEA of offshore engineering systems OCEAN ENGINEERING, 95 :195-204 >DOI >Link

Kavakeb S, Nguyen TT, McGinley K, Yang Z, Jenkinson I, Roisin M. 2015. Green vehicle technology to enhance the performance of a European port: a simulation model with a cost-benefit approach Transportation Research, Part C: Emerging Technologies,

Karahalios H, Yang ZL, Wang J. 2015. A risk appraisal system regarding the implementation of maritime regulations by a ship operator MARITIME POLICY & MANAGEMENT, 42 :389-413 >DOI >Link

Rodrigues VS, Pettit S, Harris I, Beresford A, Piecyk M, Yang Z, Ng A. 2015. UK supply chain carbon mitigation strategies using alternative ports and multimodal freight transport operations TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART E-LOGISTICS AND TRANSPORTATION REVIEW, 78 :40-56 >DOI >Link

Asuquo M, Coward I, Yang Z. 2014. Modeling selection of third party ship management services Case Studies on Transport Policy, 2 :28-35 >DOI

John A, Yang Z, Riahi R, Wang J. 2014. Application of a collaborative modelling and strategic fuzzy decision support system for selecting appropriate resilience strategies for seaport operations Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering (English Edition), 1 :159-179 >DOI

Kavakeb S, Trung TN, Yang Z, Jenkinson I. 2014. Identifying the Robust Number of Intelligent Autonomous Vehicles in Container Terminals EsparciaAlcazar AI. APPLICATIONS OF EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTATION, 8602 :829-840 >DOI >Link

Yang Z, Ng AKY, Wang J. 2014. A new risk quantification approach in port facility security assessment TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A-POLICY AND PRACTICE, 59 :72-90 >DOI >Link

Li KX, Yin J, Bang HS, Yang Z, Wang J. 2014. Bayesian network with quantitative input for maritime risk analysis TRANSPORTMETRICA A-TRANSPORT SCIENCE, 10 :89-118 >DOI >Link

Zhang D, Yan X, Yang Z, Wang J. 2014. An accident data-based approach for congestion risk assessment of inland waterways: A Yangtze River case PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART O-JOURNAL OF RISK AND RELIABILITY, 228 :176-188 >DOI >Link

Yeo G-T, Ng AKY, Lee PT-W, Yang Z. 2014. Modelling port choice in an uncertain environment MARITIME POLICY & MANAGEMENT, 41 :251-267 >DOI >Link

John A, Paraskevadakis D, Bury A, Yang Z, Riahi R, Wang J. 2014. An integrated fuzzy risk assessment for seaport operations SAFETY SCIENCE, 68 :180-194 >DOI >Link

Alyami H, Lee PT-W, Yang Z, Riahi R, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2014. An advanced risk analysis approach for container port safety evaluation MARITIME POLICY & MANAGEMENT, 41 :634-650 >DOI >Link

Ng AKY, Chen SL, Cahoon S, Brooks B, Yang Z. 2013. Climate change and the adaptation strategies of ports: The Australian experiences Research in Transportation Business and Management, 8 :186-194 >DOI

Yang Z, Ng AKY, Wang J. 2013. Prioritising security vulnerabilities in ports INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SHIPPING AND TRANSPORT LOGISTICS, 5 :622-636 >DOI >Link

Yeo G-T, Pak J-Y, Yang Z. 2013. Analysis of dynamic effects on seaports adopting port security policy TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART A-POLICY AND PRACTICE, 49 :285-301 >DOI >Link

Nwaoha TC, Yang Z, Wang J, Bonsall S. 2013. Adoption of new advanced computational techniques to hazards ranking in LNG carrier operations OCEAN ENGINEERING, 72 :31-44 >DOI >Link

Chen S-T, Wall A, Davies P, Yang Z, Wang J, Chou Y-H. 2013. A Human and Organisational Factors (HOFs) analysis method for marine casualties using HFACS-Maritime Accidents (HFACS-MA) SAFETY SCIENCE, 60 :105-114 >DOI >Link

Pristrom S, Li KX, Yang Z, Wang J. 2013. A study of maritime security and piracy MARITIME POLICY & MANAGEMENT, 40 :675-693 >DOI >Link

Nwaoha TC, Yang Z, Wang J, Bonsall S. 2013. A fuzzy genetic algorithm approach for analysing maintenance cost of high risk liquefied natural gas carrier systems under uncertainty JOURNAL OF MARINE ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, 12 :57-73 >Link

Zhang D, Yan XP, Yang ZL, Wall A, Wang J. 2013. Incorporation of formal safety assessment and Bayesian network in navigational risk estimation of the Yangtze River RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 118 :93-105 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Li KX. 2013. Maritime safety analysis in retrospect MARITIME POLICY & MANAGEMENT, 40 :261-277 >DOI >Link

Pam ED, Li KX, Wall A, Yang Z, Wang J. 2013. A subjective approach for ballast water risk estimation OCEAN ENGINEERING, 61 :66-76 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wall A, Wang J, Usman M. 2013. A modified CREAM to human reliability quantification in marine engineering OCEAN ENGINEERING, 58 :293-303 >DOI >Link

Rahman A, Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2012. A proposed rule-based Bayesian reasoning Appoarch for analysing steaming Modes on containerships Journal of Maritime Research, 9 :27-32

Pam ED, Wall A, Yang Z, Wang J. 2012. Ballast water risk estimation incorporating fuzzy-infection mode and effect analysis 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and the Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference 2012, PSAM11 ESREL 2012, 7 :5692-5701

Yang ZL, Wang J. 2012. Quantitative retrospective analysis of CREAM in maritime operations Berenguer C, Grall A, Soares CG. ADVANCES IN SAFETY, RELIABILITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT, :687-695 >Link

Lavasani SMM, Wang J, Yang Z, Finlay J. 2012. Application of MADM in a fuzzy environment for selecting the best barrier for offshore wells EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS, 39 :2466-2478 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Zhang D, Caglayan O, Jenkinson ID, Bonsall S, Wang J, Huang M, Yan XP. 2012. Selection of techniques for reducing shipping NOx and SOx emissions TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART D-TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT, 17 :478-486 >DOI >Link

Nwaoha TC, Yang Z, Wang J, Bonsall S. 2011. Application of genetic algorithm to risk-based maintenance operations of liquefied natural gas carrier systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 225 :40-52 >DOI >Link

Nwaoha TC, Yang Z, Wang J, Bonsall S. 2011. A new fuzzy evidential reasoning method for risk analysis and control of a liquefied natural gas carrier system PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART M-JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING FOR THE MARITIME ENVIRONMENT, 225 :206-225 >DOI >Link

Godaliyadde D, Phylip-Jones G, Yang ZL, Batako AD, Wang J, Godaliyadde MM. 2011. A subjective risk management approach for modelling of failure induced ship vibrations JOURNAL OF MARINE ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, 10 :3-16 >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2011. Approximate TOPSIS for vessel selection under uncertain environment EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS, 38 :14523-14534 >DOI >Link

Karahalios H, Yang ZL, Williams V, Wang J. 2011. A proposed System of Hierarchical Scorecards to assess the implementation of maritime regulations SAFETY SCIENCE, 49 :450-462 >DOI >Link

Lavasani SMM, Yang Z, Finlay J, Wang J. 2011. Fuzzy risk assessment of oil and gas offshore wells PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, 89 :277-294 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2010. Facilitating uncertainty treatment in the risk assessment of container supply chains Journal of Marine Engineering and Technology, 9 :23-36 >DOI

Godaliyadde D, Godaliyadde LB, Phylip-Jones G, Yang ZL, Batako AD, Wang J. 2010. A subjective multiple criteria decision-making approach for modeling ship hull vibration Marine Technology Society Journal, 44 :1-18

Godaliyadde D, Phylip-Jones G, Yang ZL, Batako AD, Wang J. 2010. A Subjective Risk-Estimation Approach for Modeling Ship Hull Vibration JOURNAL OF SHIP RESEARCH, 54 :95-108 >Link

Godaliyadde D, Godaliyadde LB, Phylip-Jones G, Yang ZL, Batako AD, Wang J. 2010. A Subjective Multiple Criteria Decision-Making Approach for Modeling Ship Hull Vibration MARINE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY JOURNAL, 44 :25-42 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2010. Facilitating uncertainty treatment in the risk assessment of container supply chains JOURNAL OF MARINE ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, :23-36 >Link

Jones B, Jenkinson I, Yang Z, Wang J. 2010. The use of Bayesian network modelling for maintenance planning in a manufacturing industry RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 95 :267-277 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2009. Use of hybrid multiple uncertain attribute decision making techniques in safety management EXPERT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS, 36 :1569-1586 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Mastralis L, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2009. Incorporating uncertainty and multiple criteria in vessel selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART M-JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING FOR THE MARITIME ENVIRONMENT, 223 :177-188 >DOI >Link

Hu S, Li X, Fang Q, Yang Z. 2008. USE OF BAYESIAN METHOD FOR ASSESSING VESSEL TRAFFIC RISKS AT SEA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & DECISION MAKING, 7 :627-638 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Jenkinson ID, Wang J. 2008. Risk and security assessment of container supply chains 9th International Conference on Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management 2008, PSAM 2008, 3 :2528-2536

Yang Z, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2008. Fuzzy rule-based Bayesian reasoning approach for prioritization of failures in FMEA IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON RELIABILITY, 57 :517-528 >DOI >Link

Hu S, Li X, Fang Q, Yang Z. 2008. Use of bayesian method for assessing vessel traffic risks at sea International Journal of Information Technology and Decision Making, 7 :627-638 >DOI

Godaliyadde D, Godaliyadde DDK, Phylip-Jones G, Yang ZL, Batako AD, Wang J. 2008. A Subjective Cost-Benefit Analysis Approach for Selecting Ship Propulsion Systems MARINE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY JOURNAL, 42 :69-86 >DOI >Link

Yang Z, Bonsall S, Wall A, Wang J. 2005. Reliable container line supply chains: - A new risk assessment framework for improving safety performance WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs, 4 :105-120 >DOI

Alkhatib S, Darlington R, Yang Z, Nguyen TT. A novel technique for evaluating and selecting logistics service providers based on the logistics resource view Expert Systems with Applications, >Link

Chapters

Yang Z, Maistralis L, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2018. Use of Fuzzy Evidential Reasoning for Vessel Selection Under Uncertainty International Series in Operations Research and Management Science 260 :105-121 >DOI

Qu Z, Wan C, Yang Z, Lee PTW. 2018. A Discourse of Multi-criteria Decision Making (MCDM) Approaches International Series in Operations Research and Management Science 260 :7-29 >DOI

Ha MH, Yang Z. 2018. Modelling Interdependency Among Attributes in MCDM: Its Application in Port Performance Measurement International Series in Operations Research and Management Science 260 :323-354 >DOI

John A, Yang Z, Riahi R, Wang J. 2018. A decision support system for the assessment of seaports’ security under fuzzy environment Intelligent Systems Reference Library 131 :145-177 >DOI

Hodgson GR. 2017. Introduction Conflict, Trauma and the Media: A Collection of Essays :1-11 Cambridge Scholars. Cambridge, UK

Yang Z, Wang J, Ng AKY. 2016. Toward Robust Management of Maritime Risk and Security Dynamic Shipping and Port Development in the Globalized Economy 1 :122-149 9781137514295 >DOI

Ng AKY, Yang Z. 2014. Maritime security regulations and policies in Hong Kong: A critical review and the development of a risk-based security assessment model Maritime Transport Security: Issues, Challenges and National Policies :241-262 9781781954973 >DOI

Yang Z, Wang J. 2013. Ship formal safety assessment Maritime Safety Security and Piracy :31-53 9780203796252 >DOI

Conference publication

Al Yami H, Yang Z, Riahi R, Bonsall S, Wang J, Wan C, Qu Z. 2017. Analytical strategic safety management in container ports 2017 4TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION AND SAFETY (ICTIS), 4th International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety (ICTIS) :184-191 >Link

Usman M, Shorten D, Yang Z. 2017. Development of a Bayesian network (BN) model to estimate health factors for predictive maintenance strategy of large two-stroke marine engines WCCM 2017 - 1st World Congress on Condition Monitoring 2017,

Huang A, Zhang Z, Hua G, Shi X, Yang Z. 2016. Applying Interval Knowledge to Facilitate Seaport Container Throughput Volume Forecasting Zhang R, Zhang J, Hensher D, Fu X, Hua G, Tang M. 2016 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOGISTICS, INFORMATICS AND SERVICE SCIENCES (LISS' 2016), International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Sciences (LISS) >Link

Ventikos NP, Stavrou DI, Yang ZL. 2016. Use of fuzzy inference approach to estimate maritime security level Proceedings of 3rd International Conference on Maritime Technology and Engineering, MARTECH 2016, 2 :911-920

Li C, Ren J, Wang J, Yang Z, Chang D. 2016. Hazard Identification in Chemical Supply Chains: The Development of a Novel Taxonomy Zhang R, Zhang J, Hensher D, Fu X, Hua G, Tang M. 2016 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOGISTICS, INFORMATICS AND SERVICE SCIENCES (LISS' 2016), International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Sciences (LISS) >Link

Lin N, Hjelle HM, Cullinane K, Bergqvist R, Eidhammer O, Wang Y, Yang Z, Qu Z. 2016. Potential Solutions to Upstream Buyer Consolidation in the China-Europe Container Trades -An Exploratory Study Zhang R, Zhang J, Hensher D, Fu X, Hua G, Tang M. 2016 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOGISTICS, INFORMATICS AND SERVICE SCIENCES (LISS' 2016), International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Sciences (LISS) >Link

Abujaafar KM, Qu Z, Yang Z, Wang J, Nazir S, Ovcrgard KI. 2016. Use of evidential reasoning for eliciting Bayesian subjective probabilities in human reliability Analysis 2016 11TH SYSTEMS OF SYSTEM ENGINEERING CONFERENCE (SOSE), IEEE, 11th IEEE System of Systems Engineering Conference (SoSE) >Link

Abujaafar KM, Yang Z, Wang J, Nazir S, Øvergård KI. 2015. Modelling adequacy of organisation in human reliability analysis—a case of maritime operations Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems - Proceedings of the 25th European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2015, :3157-3164

Nazir S, Overgard KI, Yang Z. 2015. Towards effective training for process and maritime industries Ahram T, Karwowski W, Schmorrow D. 6TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON APPLIED HUMAN FACTORS AND ERGONOMICS (AHFE 2015) AND THE AFFILIATED CONFERENCES, AHFE 2015, 6th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics (AHFE) 3 :1519-1526 >DOI >Link

Qu Z, Asquco M, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Yang Z. 2015. Measurement and Management of KPIs under Uncertainty: A Case of Shipping Management 2015 International Conference on Quality, Reliability, Risk, Maintenance, and Safety Engineering :393-402

Pristrom S, Yang Z, Wang J, Zhang D, Yan X. 2015. Major Issues Associated with Maritime Security and Piracy Study Yan XP, Hu ZZ, Zhong M, Wu CZ, Yang ZL. 3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION AND SAFETY (ICTIS 2015), 3rd Int Conference Transportation Information Safety :588-594 >Link

Salleh NHM, Riahi R, Yang Z, Wang J. 2014. Risk Assessment of Liner Shipping from a Business Environment Perspective Vulnerability, Uncertainty, and Risk: Quantification, Mitigation, and Management - Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Vulnerability and Risk Analysis and Management, ICVRAM 2014 and the 6th International Symposium on Uncertainty Modeling and Analysis, ISUMA 2014, :2320-2329 >DOI

Kavakeb S, Trung TN, Benmerikhi M, Yang Z, Jenkinson I. 2014. An Improved Memetic Algorithm to Enhance the Sustainability and Reliability of Transport in Container Terminals 2014 SEVENTH IEEE SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SECURITY AND DEFENSE APPLICATIONS (CISDA), 7th IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Security and Defense Applications (IEEE-CISDA) :59-66 >Link

Kavakeb SK, Nguyen , Benmerikhi MB, Yang Z, Jenkinson I. 2014. An improved memetic algorithm to enhance the sustainability and reliability of transport in container terminals Seventh IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Security and Defense Applications (CISDA), 2014 :1-1 >DOI

John A, Riahi R, Paraskevadakis D, Bury A, Yang Z, Wang J. 2014. A new approach for evaluating the disruption risks of a seaport system.

Trung TN, Jenkinson I, Yang Z. 2013. Solving dynamic optimisation problems by combining Evolutionary Algorithms with KD-Tree 2013 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF SOFT COMPUTING AND PATTERN RECOGNITION (SOCPAR), International Conference of Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition (SoCPaR) :247-252 >Link

Zhang D, Yan X, Yang Z, Wang J. 2012. A subjective approach for evaluating navigational risk of yangtze river 11th International Probabilistic Safety Assessment and Management Conference and the Annual European Safety and Reliability Conference 2012, PSAM11 ESREL 2012, 3 :2348-2357

Rahman NSFA, Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2012. A PROPOSED BAYESIAN NETWORK MODEL FOR ANALYSING THE FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF CONTAINERSHIPS UNDER UNCERTAINTY Pham H. PROCEEDINGS 18TH ISSAT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RELIABILITY & QUALITY IN DESIGN, 18th ISSAT International Conference on Reliability and Quality in Design :350-+ >Link

Karahalios H, Yang ZL, Wang J. 2012. A study of the implementation of maritime safety regulations by a ship operator Berenguer C, Grall A, Soares CG. ADVANCES IN SAFETY, RELIABILITY AND RISK MANAGEMENT, European Safety And Reliability Conference (ESREL) :2863-2869 >Link

Yang Z, Wang J. 2011. Toward an effective human reliability assessment ICTIS 2011: Multimodal Approach to Sustained Transportation System Development - Information, Technology, Implementation - Proceedings of the 1st Int. Conf. on Transportation Information and Safety, :2822-2832 >DOI

Zhang D, Yan X, Yang Z, Wang J. 2011. APPLICATION OF FORMAL SAFETY ASSESSMENT TO NAVIGATIONAL RISK EVALUATION OF YANGTZE RIVER OMAE2011: PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASME 30TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON OCEAN, OFFSHORE AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING, VOL 2, 30th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering :847-+ >Link

Yang Z, Wang J, Rochdi M, Belkacem O. 2011. Bayesian Modelling for Human Error Probability Analysis in CREAM Huang HZ, Zuo MJ, Jia X, Liu Y. 2011 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON QUALITY, RELIABILITY, RISK, MAINTENANCE, AND SAFETY ENGINEERING (ICQR2MSE), International Conference on Quality, Reliability, Risk, Maintenance and Safety Engineering (ICQR2MSE) :137-142 >Link

Jones B, Jenkinson I, Yang Z, Wang J. 2010. Use of delay time concept and BN for effective maintenance planning Reliability, Risk and Safety: Back to the Future, :1453-1458

Yang ZL, Wang J. 2010. Quantitative analysis of maritime security assessment in ISPS Bris R, Soares CG, Martorell S. RELIABILITY, RISK AND SAFETY: THEORY AND APPLICATIONS VOLS 1-3, European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2009) :2069-2073 >Link

Yang Z, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2009. A Fuzzy Bayesian Reasoning Method to Realise Interactive Failure Analysis Kang R, Huang HZ, Zuo MJ, Miao Q. PROCEEDINGS OF 2009 8TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RELIABILITY, MAINTAINABILITY AND SAFETY, VOLS I AND II, 8th International Conference on Reliability, Maintainability and Safety (ICRMS 2009) :403-406 >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J, Wong S. 2007. Risk management with multiple uncertain decision making attributes Aven T, Vinnem JE. RISK, RELIABILITY AND SOCIETAL SAFETY, VOLS 1-3, European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2007) :763-+ >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J, Fang QG. 2006. Relative risk analysis using Bayesian networks and evidential reasoning Soares CG, Zio E. SAFETY AND RELIABILITY FOR MANAGING RISK, VOLS 1-3, European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2006) :1137-+ >Link

Yang ZL, Bonsall S, Wang J, Fang QG. 2005. Formal safety assessment of container liner supply chains Advances in Safety and Reliability - Proceedings of the European Safety and Reliability Conference, ESREL 2005, 2 :2061-2070

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2005. Risk assessment of container supply chains using bayesian networks Cui L, Tsang AHC. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Quality & Reliability, 4th International Conference on Quality and Reliability (ICQR 2005) :91-99 >Link

Nguyen TT, Yang Z, Bonsall S. Dynamic Time-Linkage Problems - The Challenges IEEE RIVF International Conference on Computing and Communication Technologies, Research, Innovation, and Vision for the Future,

Koh SS, Zhou B, Yang P, Yang Z. Study of Group Route Optimization for IoT enabled Urban Transportation Network IEEE CPSCom/GreenCom/iThings/SmartData

Qu Z, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Fraser G, Yang Z. A new fuzzy TOPSIS method for six sigma project selection: A case analysis in shipping quality control IAME 2013 : conference proceedings, International Association of Maritime Economics Conference

Koh SS, Zhou B, Yang P, Yang Z. A Survey on Urban Traffic Optimisation for Sustainable and Resilient Transportation Network Ninth International Conference on Developments in e-Systems Engineering - DeSE2016,

Wang R, Nguyen TT, Kavakeb S, Yang Z, Li C. Benchmarking Dynamic Three-Dimensional Bin Packing Problems Using Discrete-Event Simulation Applications of Evolutionary Computation, :266-279 >DOI

Harrison M, Yang Z, Nguyen TT, Kavakeb S, Wang J, Bonsall S. A TOPSIS method for vehicle route selection in seaports — A real case analysis of a container terminal in North West Europe 2015 International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety (ICTIS), :599-606 >DOI

Zhang L, Graham G, Yang Z. Public bike-sharing: key issues and challenges in supply chain integration Theme: Collaborative Innovations in the Network Environment, The 14th International Research Symposium on Service Excellence in Management (QUIS14)

Editorial/letter to the editor

Ng AKY, Yang Z, Cahoon S, Lee PT-W. 2016. Introduction: Port, Maritime Logistics, and Regional Development GROWTH AND CHANGE, 47 :346-348 >DOI >Link