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Dr Dimitrios Paraskevadakis

Dr Dimitrios Paraskevadakis

Telephone: 0151 231 2766

Biography

Dr Dimitrios Paraskevadakis is lecturing Maritime Transport and Logistics and is a hybrid logistics manager and academic. He has many years of industrial experience in the supply chain sector and as a research project manager in the field of multimodal transport and logistics.

Teaching:
International Trade and Finance (4104MAR) Level 4
Research Planning (5103MAR) Level 5
Transport Policies and Practices (6019MAR) Level 6
Project (6102MAR) Level 6
Global Logistics and Transport (6104MAR) Level 6
Purchasing and Supply (6109MAR) Level 6
Project Management (7156MAR) Level 7
Supervisor for Academic Projects (6102MAR) (7140MAR) Levels 6, 7 & 8

Projects:
ST4W – Smart Track for Inland Waterways
SKILLSEA – Future Skills for the Maritime Sector
EMPORIA4KT - Knowledge in the Atlantic area
WEASTFLOWS – Sustainable Logistics for Europe

Degrees

2015, Liverpool John Moores University, UK, PhD in Transport and Logistics
2003, Staffordshire University, UK, MSc in Supply Chain Management
2001, University of Surrey, UK, PG Diploma in Management
2000, Staffordshire University, UK, BA (Hons) Business Studies with Operations Management
1997, Highbury College, UK, Access Course in Business and Finance

Publications

Conference publication

Gündoğan O, Çiçek K, Paraskevadakis D. 2018. A new Perspective on Executive MBA Program in Maritime Logistics 25th International Maritime Lecturers Association Conference

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

Paraskevadakis D, Bury A, Ren J, Bonsall S, Wang J, Jenkinson I. The impact of transport infrastructure projects on sustainable development within a major logistics gateway in North West England International Conference on Logistics and Sustainable Transport (ICLST)

Paraskevadakis D. The challenges of logistics education for students and professionals from a diverse population 9th Annual Society of Logistics Engineers conference

Journal article

Paraskevadakis D, Bury , Ren , Saeed . 2017. A framework for use in modelling the modal choice decision making process in North West England’s Atlantic Gateway Logistics & Sustainable Transport, DOI Public Url

Paraskevadakis D, Bury A, Wang J, Ren J, Bonsall S, Jenkinson I. 2016. The impact of transport infrastructure projects on sustainable development within a major logistics gateway in North West England Logistics and Sustainable Transport, 7 :18-40 DOI Publisher Url Public Url

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 Author Url Publisher Url Public Url

Engagement & Impact

External collaboration:

Edge Hill University Business School, Guest Lecturer BUS2040: Logistics and Transportation. 2019

Leeds Beckett University Business School, Guest Lecturer for the Level 5 Lean Process Improvement module offered to middle level managers in the Yorkshire region.

University of Lincoln, External Examiner Online MSc in Supply Chain Management.

Conference presentation:

Sustainable Logistics for Europe – EU Interreg IV B Project Weastflows, Motorways of the Sea (MoS), Liverpool, Oral presentation. 2015

Transnational collaboration for the development of a joint Maritime cluster for the Atlantic area, Atlantic Stakeholder Platform Conference, Porto, Oral presentation. 2015

Membership of professional bodies:

Chartered Fellow, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport.

Member, Association for Project Management.

External committees:

Merseyside and Warrington Group, Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Vice Chair.