Shenle PAN       Ph.D., Engineer

 

Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and Industrial Engineering

Centre de Gestion Scientifique, MINES ParisTech – PLS Research University

Mail : shenle.pan@mines-paristech.fr

Tel : +33 (0)1 40 51 93 12

 

RESEARCH AREAS

  • Interconnection of logistics: Open network, Physical Internet, logistics pooling, horizontal collaboration, inventory management in open logistics network, resilience performance
  • Sustainable logistics: Green logistics, Multimodal transportation, sustainable supply network design
  • Collaboration in logistics: Cooperative game theory, mechanism design theory, Business model for collaboration;
  • Innovation in city logistics: optimization of freight distribution in city, crowdsourcing in delivery, applying data techniques and technologies to city logistics
  • Operations Research: Optimization, Simulation

 

POSITIONS

2012-present: Assistant/Associate Professor and permanent researcher at CGS, MINES ParisTech

2016: Short Visitings in IfM, University of Cambridge

2014/2016: Visiting Assistant Professor at IMSE, The University of Hong Kong

2011: Visiting Researcher at CIRRELT, University Laval

 

EDUCATION

MINES ParisTech

  • D. Degree in Management Science, 11/2007-12/2010

 

ARTS ET METIERS ParisTech

  • Engineer Degree in Industrial Engineering, 07/2005-07/2007
  • S. in Industrial Engineering (co-accredited by ARTS ET METIERS ParisTech and Paul Verlaine – Metz University), 2006-2007

 

South China University of Technology

  • S. in  Industrial and Control Engineering, 09/2000-09/2004

 

ACADEMIC HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Emerald Citations of Excellence Awards 2016
  • CO-PI of project “CRC – Collaborative Routing Center” awarded “Grand Prix Rois de la Supply Chain” 2016 in France
  • Contributor of project “Physical Internet Simulation” awarded the best international research project at Carrefour Final PREDIT 4 in 2013
  • Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad 2010
  • The Best Industrial Engineering Research Paper at the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM) in Montreal, 2009
  • The Most Valuable Research Contribution Paper (Student Competition Award) at the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM) in Montreal, 2009
  • D. thesis nominated for the best PhD thesis award of ParisTech 2010

 

Ph.D. SUPERVISIONS (since 2010)

1) Rochdi Sarraj (co-supervisor with Prof. Ballot), defended in 06/2013

 

2) Xiaozhou Xu (co-supervisor with Prof. Ballot), defended in 12/2013

 

3) Yanyan Yang (co-supervisor with Prof. Ballot), since 10/2013

  • Topic: Inventory management in Physical Internet network  (to be confirmed)
  • Achievement of student: Best Student Paper Award at INCOM2015 in Canada

 

4) Bin Qiao (co-supervisor with Prof. Ballot, since October 2015)

  • Topic: Dynamic pricing models in Physical Internet transport (to be confirmed)

 

5) Jorge Alberto Osorio Bermudez (co-supervisor with Prof. Ballot, since November 2015)

  • Topic: Application of Physical Internet-enabled short supply chain to food supply chain management (to be confirmed)

 

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

– Graduate student at Mines ParisTech

  • Courses of modeling and optimisation for Supply Chain Management
  • Master thesis supervisions

 

– Master

  • Co-head (at MINES ParisTech) of Master Transport and Sustainability (Master TraDD)
  • Courses of modeling and optimisation for master TraDD
  • Master thesis supervisions

 

RESEARCH PROJECTS

  • Enhancing logistics flexibility in e-commerce, 2016, PSL-Cambridge collaboration scheme
  • Survey and prospective research of logistics flexibility in E-commerce
  • Partner: University of Cambridge (Institute of Manufacturing)
  • PI-Co-modality, 2016-2019, Project ANR
  • Co-modal freight transportation chains: an approach based on physical internet
  • Partners: INRIA Lille, LAAS-CNRS, HDL-Supply Chain
  • PI-Nuts, 2014-2017, Project ANR
  • Conception and simulation of a Physical Internet crossdocking hub control System
  • Partners: University of Valenciennes, University Laval
  • CRC Service, 2013-2014, Project ADEME
  • Collaborative Routing Centre for logistics flows in city
  • Partners: 4SNetwork, ECR, FM Logistics
  • VegeSupply, 2013-2015, Project ADEME
  • Collaborative deliveries in plant industry
  • Partners: 4SNetwork, Mines de Nantes, University of Angers
  • MODULUSHCA, 2013-2015, Project FP7 EU
  • Modular Logistics Units in Shared Co-modal Networks based on Physical Internet
  • Partners: >20 partners, including industrial partners like P&G, Poste Italian, CHEP etc., and academic partners like University Laval, Graz University of Technology, EPFL and Berlin University of Technology
  • CO3, 2011-2014, Project FP7
  • Collaboration Concepts for Co-modality in logistics
  • Partners: > 20 EU partners, including industrial partners like P&G, ARGUSI, TRI-VIZOR NV, ITENE etc, and academic partners like Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, and Heriot-Watt University
  • OTC-KAYPAL, 2011-2014, Project FUI
  • Open Tracing container in open loop cross-supply chains
  • Partners: 4SNetwork, Orange, GS1, ASTRE
  • Physical Internet Simulation, 2010-2012, Project PREDIT
  • Simulate the concept of Physical Internet in FMCG network in France and assess the performance
  • Partners: University Laval, EPFL
  • Innofret, 2009-2010, Project PREDIT
  • Conceptualization of open logistics with Physical Internet
  • Partners: University Laval
  • Logistics pooling in SME food suppliers, 2009-2010, Project ADEME
  • A case study of logistics service pooling of SME regional suppliers
  • Partners: FEEF, Carrefour

 

EDITORIAL ACTIVIES

  • Guest Editor of special issue on “Physical Internet and interconnected logistics services: Research and Applications” on International Journal Production Research (2015)
  • Reviewer for: International Journal of Production Economics, International Journal of Production Research, Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing, Flexible Services and Manufacturing, Computers & Industrial Engineering, International Journal of Sustainable Transportation

 

PUBLICATIONS

Journal papers

  • Yang Y, Pan S, and Ballot E (2016). “Mitigating supply chain disruptions through interconnected logistics services in the Physical Internet”. (International Journal of Production Research) (journal IF: 1.477)
  • Chen C, Pan S, Wang Z. and Zhong R. (2016). “Using Taxis to Collect City-wide E-commerce Reverse Flows: A Crowdsourcing Solution”. International Journal of Production Research. (journal IF: 1.477)
  • Sallez S, Pan S, Montreuil B, Berger T. and Ballot E. (2016). “On the Activeness of Intelligent Physical Internet Containers”. Computers in Industry. (journal IF: 1.287)
  • Pan S, Nigrelli M, Ballot E, Sarraj R. and Yang Y. (2015). “Perspectives of inventory control models in the Physical Internet: A simulation study.” Computers & Industrial Engineering. 84(0): 122-132. (journal IF: 1.783)
  • Sarraj R, Ballot E, Pan S, Montreuil B. and Hakimi D. (2014). “Interconnected logistic networks and protocols: simulation-based efficiency assessment.” International Journal of Production Research. 52(11): 3185-3208. (journal IF: 1.477)
  • Pan S, Ballot E. and Fontane F. (2013). “The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from freight transport by merging supply chains.” International Journal of Production Economics. 143(1): p. 86-94 (journal IF: 2.752)
  • Sarraj R, Ballot E. and Pan S. (2014). “Analogy between computer network and logistics network in Physical Internet.” Journal of Intelligent Manufacturing. 25(6): 1207-1219. (journal IF: 1.73)
  • Pan S, Ballot E, Fontane F. and Hakimi D. (2014). “Environmental and economic issues arising from the pooling of SMEs’ supply chains: case study of the food industry in Western France.” Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal, 26 (1-2), 92-118. (journal IF: 1.872)
  • Pan S, Ballot E. and Fontane F. (2011). “Enjeux environnemental et économique de la mutualisation logistique pour les PME : le cas de l’alimentaire dans l’Ouest de la France.” Revue Française de Gestion Industrielle. 30(3) 79-100.

 

Working/under review papers

  • Pan S, Xu X, Ballot E, Xu S and Huang G. (2015) “Auction-based collaborative transportation procurement in Physical Internet”
  • Yang Y, Pan S and Ballot E (2016). “Physical Internet enabled models for vendor managed inventory” (International Journal of Production Research, second review)
  • Pan S, Trentesaux D, Ballot E and Huang G. (2016). “Horizontal Collaborative Transport: literature survey, research gaps and prospects”.
  • Zhou W, Piramuthu W and Pan S (2016). “RFID & Supply Chain Traceability: Example in Food Safety & Recall”. (to be submitted)
  • Shenle Pan, Yufei Han, Bin Qiao, Etta Grover-Silva, Vaggelis Giannikas (2016). “Using Customer-related Data to Enhance E-grocery Home Delivery” (to be submitted)
  • Pan S, Trentesaux D and Sallez Y. (2016). “Specifying Self-organising Logistics System: openness, intelligence, and decentralised control”.

 

Book chapters

  • Chen, C and Pan S. (2016). “Using the Crowd of Taxis to Last Mile Delivery in E-commerce: a Methodological Research” in: Borangiu, T., Thomas, A., Trentesaux, D. (Eds.), Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-agent Manufacturing. Springer International Publishing.
  • Pan S and Ballot E. (2015). “Open tracing container repositioning simulation optimization: a case study of FMCG supply chain” in: Borangiu, T., Thomas, A., Trentesaux, D. Service Orientation in Holonic and Multi-Agent Manufacturing Control, Springer, 2014, Studies in Computational Intelligence.

 

Thesis

Shenle Pan (Dec. 2010). “Contribution à la définition et à l’évaluation de la mutualisation de chaînes logistiques pour réduire les émissions de CO2 du transport : application au cas de la grande distribution.” (Contribution to the reduction of CO2 emissions from transport by pooling supply chains of fast moving consumer goods). (Thèse en Français).

Directeur de thèse: Prof. Eric Ballot ; Co-encadrant: Prof. Fréderic Fontane

 

Conference (peer-review of full paper)

  • Qiao Bin, Shenle Pan and Eric Ballot (2016). “Dynamic Transport Pricing Model in Physical Internet Hub”. The 5th Institute of Industrial Engineers Asian Conference (IIEAsia2016), Hongkong, China.
  • Shenle Pan, Yufei Han, Bin Qiao, Etta Grover-Silva, Vaggelis Giannikas (2016). “Mining Customer-related Data to Enhance Home Delivery in E-commerce: an experimental study”. 6th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain (ILS2016). Bordeaux, France.
  • Chen Chao and Shenle Pan (2015). “Using the Crowd of Taxis to Last Mile Delivery in E-commerce: a Methodological Research”. SOHOMA’15. Cambridge, UK.
  • Yanyan Yang, Shenle Pan and Eric Ballot (2015). “A model to take advantage of Physical Internet for vendor inventory management”. INCOM2015. Ottawa, Canada (Best Student Paper Award)
  • Shenle Pan, Chao Chen and Ray Y. Zhong (2015). “A crowdsourcing solution to collect e-commerce reverse flows in metropolitan areas”. INCOM2015. Ottawa, Canada
  • Shenle Pan and Eric Ballot (2014). “Open tracing container repositioning simulation optimization: a case study of FMCG supply chain”. SOHOMA 2014. Nancy, France
  • Xiaozhou Xu, Shenle Pan and Eric Ballot (2014). “Auction-based transport services allocation in Physical Inter-net: a simulation framework”. 5th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain (ILS2014). Breda, Netherlands.
  • Pan S, Nigrelli M, Ballot E and Sarraj R. (2013). “Performance assessment of distributed Inventory in Physical Internet.” 43rd International Conference on Computers and Industrial Engineering (CIE43). Hong Kong,
  • Xiaozhou Xu, Shenle Pan and Eric Ballot (2013). “A sharing mechanism for superadditive and non-superadditive logistics cooperation.” International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM2013). Rabat,
  • Sarraj R, Ballot E. and Pan S. (2012). “Potential of routing protocols for freight in open logistics networks: the case of FMCG in France.” 4th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain (ILS2012). Québec, Canada. (Finalist for the student competition)
  • Xiaozhou Xu, Eric Ballot and Shenle Pan (2012). “Game theoretic approaches to a horizontal logistic cooperation model.” 4th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain (ILS2012). Québec, Canada.
  • Hakimi D, Montreuil B, Sarraj R, Ballot E. and Pan S. (2012). “Simulating Physical Internet Enabled Distribution Webs: The Case of Consumer Goods Distribution in France.” 4th International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain (ILS2012). Québec, Canada.
  • Xiaozhou Xu, Shenle Pan and Eric Ballot (2012). “Allocation of transportation cost & CO2 emission in pooled supply chains using cooperative game theory.” 14th Information Control Problems in Manufacturing (INCOM12). Bucharest, Romania.
  • Driss Hakimi, Benoit Montreuil, Rochdi Sarraj, Eric Ballot and Shenle Pan (2012). “Simulating a physical internet enabled mobility web: the case of mass distribution in France.” 9th International Conference of Modeling, Optimization and Simulation (MOSIM’12). Bordeaux, France.
  • Shenle Pan, Eric Ballot and Frédéric Fontane (2010). “Enjeux environnemental et économique de la mutualisation logistique pour les PME : le cas de l’alimentaire dans l’Ouest de la France. ” MOSIM’10. Hammamet, Tunisia.
  • Shenle Pan, Eric Ballot and Frédéric Fontane (2010). “Environmental and economic challenges regarding the pooling of the supply chains of small businesses: a look at the food industry in Western France.” International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain (ILS2010). Casablanca, Morocco.
  • Shenle Pan, Eric Ballot and Frédéric Fontane (2009). The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from freight transport by merging supply chains. International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Systems Management (IESM09). Montréal, Canada. (Best Industrial Engineering Research Paper Award and The Most Valuable Research Contribution Paper Award in Student Competition)
  • Shenle Pan, Eric Ballot and Frédéric Fontane (2009). Minimisation des émissions du transport par mutualisation des schémas logistiques. JD-JN-MACS2009. Angers, France.

 

Conference (peer-review of abstract)

  • Qiao Bin, Shenle Pan and Eric Ballot (2016). “Dynamic Transport Pricing Model in Physical Internet Hub”. The 3rd International Physical Internet Conference (IPIC2016). Atlanta, USA.
  • Yanyan Yang, Shenle Pan and Eric Ballot (2016). “Performance evaluation of interconnected logistics networks confronted to hub disruptions”. The 3rd International Physical Internet Conference (IPIC2016). Atlanta, USA.
  • Shenle Pan, Chao Chen and Ray Y. Zhong (2015). “Using taxi fleet to collect e-commerce reverse flows in city: a simulation study”. The 2nd International Physical Internet Conference (IPIC2015). Paris, France.
  • Shenle Pan, Xiaozhou Xu, Eric Ballot (2014). “Auction based transport services allocation in Physical Internet: a simulation framework”. The 1st International Physical Internet Conference (IPIC2014), Québec, Canada.
  • Shenle Pan, Xiaozhou Xu, Eric Ballot (2014). “ Proposition d’un système d’enchères pour l’affectation de transport dans l’Internet Physique.” 19èmes Journées STP du GdR MACS. Paris, France.
  • Shenle Pan (2012). “Towards application of containers routing protocols in open and interconnected logistics networks.” INFORMS. Beijing, China (June 2012).
  • Shenle Pan (2010). “The reduction of CO2 emissions from freight transport by pooling supply chains.” 15th European Logistics Association Doctorate Workshop 2010. Saint-Nazaire, France.