Faculty Profile

Dr. Mohsin Nasir Jat

Assistant Professor

Suleman Dawood School of Business

Dr Mohsin completed his PhD in Manufacturing Engineering & Operations Management from Nottingham in early 2015. As a part of his PhD research, he has worked with IBM, Fujitsu, and the department of Transport, England. Before joining LUMS, he briefly taught at the Karachi School for Business & Leadership on Supply Chain Management. Mohsin had also been engaged in different teaching roles at The University of Nottingham on quantitative methods and operations management. He has achieved the status of Associate Fellow of The Higher Education Academy (UK) in recognition of attainment against the UK professional standards framework for teaching and learning support in higher education. He has industrial experience in automotive and construction sectors.

      • Jajja, S. & Jat, M. (In Press 2017). Daraz.pk: Online market place's value chain. Asian Journal of Management Cases.

      • Jat, M. (In Press 2017). Time-differentiated supply at customer sites: Analysing the service costs. Logistics Research.

      • Jat, M. & Rafique, R. (2017). Impact of inventory sharing on service availability and transportation levels in time-differentiated distribution. International Journal of Inventory Research, 4 (1), 23-43, doi:10.1504/IJIR.2017.10006052.

      • Jat, M. (In Press 2016). Optimizing area coverage for time-differentiated distribution: a unidimensional analysis. Transportation Journal.

      • Jat, M. (2017). Controlling mass-casualty flow for emergency healthcare: A simulation analysis. POMS 2017 - International Conference, Sydney, Australia.

      • Jat, M. (2016). Optimizing hierarchical facility location and service zones with multiple distance constraints: Exploring the problem on one route.. 28th European Conference on Operational Research (EURO), Poznan, Poland.

      • Jat, M. (2016). Impact of inventory sharing on service availability and transportation levels under multiple service distance constraints. 23rd European Operations Management Association's (EurOMA) Conference, Trondheim, Norway.

      • Jat, M. & Muyldermans, L. (2012). Impact of time-based service differentiation on Inventory. 2nd East Midlands Simulation Special Interest Group Meeting, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

      • Jat, M. & Muyldermans, L. (2012). Comparison of hierarchical v/s non-hierarchical setup in service parts logistics. 54th Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

      • Jat, M. & Muyldermans, L. (2011). Effects of service times on costs in a Service Parts Logistics System. 53rd Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society, Nottingham, United Kingdom.

      • Jat, M. (2017). Controlling mass-casualty flow for emergency healthcare: A simulation analysis. POMS 2017 - International Conference.

      • Jat, M. (2016). Impact of inventory sharing on service availability and transportation levels under multiple service distance constraints. 23rd European Operations Management Association's (EurOMA) Conference.

      • Jat, M. (2016). Optimizing hierarchical facility location and service zones with multiple distance constraints: Exploring the problem on one route.. 28th European Conference on Operational Research (EURO).

      • Jat, M. & Muyldermans, L. (2013). Time-differentiated service parts distribution: Costs under hierarchical and non-hierarchical setups. doi:10.1109/CIPLS.2013.6595195. IEEE Symposium Series – Computational Intelligence in Production and Logistics Systems, doi:doi:10.1109/CIPLS.2013.6595195.

      • Jat, M. & Muyldermans, L. (2012). Impact of time-based service differentiation on Inventory. 2nd East Midlands Simulation Special Interest Group Meeting.

      • Jat, M. & Muyldermans, L. (2012). Comparison of hierarchical v/s non-hierarchical setup in service parts logistics. 54th Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society.

      • Jat, M. & Muyldermans, L. (2011). Effects of service times on costs in a Service Parts Logistics System. 53rd Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society.

      • Jat, M. (2017). Controlling mass-casualty flow for emergency healthcare: A simulation analysis.