Dr. Saad Hasan

Associate Professor, School of Business & Economics (SoBE)

ROOM: 433 E

PABX: 5141

Email: saadhasan@bus.uiu.ac.bd


Dr. Saad Hasan is an academic, researcher and innovator. He is an Associate Professor in the School of Business and Economics, United International University, Bangladesh. Prior to that Dr. Hasan served as Senior Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Department of Operations and Supply Chain Management, American International University-Bangladesh. He is also a Chartered Member (CMILT) of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation (CILT).

He completed his PhD degree in Supply Chain Management under a European Union funded FP7 project from the Open University, UK. In addition, he holds a MSc in Engineering Degree from the Lancaster University, UK. Dr. Hasan have teaching, research, project management, and coordination and delivery experience related to management, operations and supply chain in academic and industry settings in Europe and Bangladesh. As part of various projects, Dr. Hasan has collaborated with IMS Laboratory, University of Bordeaux; (France); BIBA (Germany), Institute of Manufacturing (Cambridge University, UK) and large electronic manufacturers such as Magneti Marelly Group (France) and Siegert Electronic GmbH (Germany). Some of the major research projects he has been involved with includes CONVERGE (EU funded), Etoile, (EU (funded), Unite (UK) etc. In addition, Dr. Hasan has provided research consultancy on energy efficiency and manufacturing during his tenure at the National Energy Foundation (UK). He has also published numerous peer reviewed research papers in international journals and conferences and have presented in prestigious events such as Solid Freeform Fabrication Conference (University of Austin at Texas, USA); International Purchasing and Supply Education and Research Association Conference (Venice, Italy), Japan Rapid Prototyping Symposium (Tokyo, Japan), RPDM (Lancaster, UK); EUROMOLD (Frankfurt, Germany), Logistics Research Network Conference (Northampton, UK) among others.