2010 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Radio-frequency identification, Supply chain management, Supply chain, Process management and Systems engineering are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Wireless, Manufacturing engineering, Traceability, Interoperability and Scheduling, which intersect with Radio-frequency identification. Marketing covers George Q. Huang research in Supply chain management.
His Supply chain research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Product marketing, Product, Operations management and Operations research. His study in Process management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quality, Layer, Information sharing and Process. His research integrates issues of Web application, Information and Communications Technology and Web modeling in his study of Systems engineering.
George Q. Huang mainly focuses on Supply chain, Production, Operations research, Manufacturing engineering and Supply chain management. He has researched Supply chain in several fields, including Microeconomics, Industrial organization, Product and Operations management. The various areas that George Q. Huang examines in his Production study include Synchronization, Control, Cloud computing and Process.
The Operations research study combines topics in areas such as Scheduling and Profit. His work on Radio-frequency identification expands to the thematically related Manufacturing engineering.
His primary areas of study are Production, Cloud computing, Manufacturing engineering, Process management and Synchronization. His work carried out in the field of Production brings together such families of science as Industrial engineering, Industry 4.0, Control, Service system and Edge computing. The concepts of his Cloud computing study are interwoven with issues in Distributed computing, Physical layer, Resource, The Internet and Software.
His Manufacturing engineering study combines topics in areas such as Product-service system, Intelligent manufacturing system and Product. While the research belongs to areas of Process management, George Q. Huang spends his time largely on the problem of Interoperability, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Supply chain management. His Supply chain management study is related to the wider topic of Supply chain.
His main research concerns Production, Control, E-commerce, Process and Manufacturing engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Automation, Tracking system, Manufacturing and Supervised learning in addition to Production. His E-commerce research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Service provider, Service, Microeconomics, Game theory and Workflow.
As a part of the same scientific family, George Q. Huang mostly works in the field of Workflow, focusing on Financial services and, on occasion, Supply chain. His Process study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Product lifecycle, Cloud computing and Industrial engineering. The various areas that George Q. Huang examines in his Manufacturing engineering study include Synchronization, Process control and Control theory.
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Tourism supply chain management: A new research agenda
Xinyan Zhang;Haiyan Song;George Q. Huang.
Tourism Management (2009)
The impacts of sharing production information on supply chain dynamics: A review of the literature
George Q. Huang;Jason S. K. Lau;K. L. Mak.
International Journal of Production Research (2003)
RFID-enabled real-time manufacturing execution system for mass-customization production
Ray Y. Zhong;Q. Y. Dai;T. Qu;G. J. Hu.
Robotics and Computer-integrated Manufacturing (2013)
A big data approach for logistics trajectory discovery from RFID-enabled production data
Ray Y. Zhong;Ray Y. Zhong;George Q. Huang;Shulin Lan;Q.Y. Dai.
International Journal of Production Economics (2015)
Big Data for supply chain management in the service and manufacturing sectors
Ray Y. Zhong;Stephen T. Newman;George Q. Huang;Shulin Lan.
Computers & Industrial Engineering (2016)
RFID-based wireless manufacturing for real-time management of job shop WIP inventories.
George Q. Huang;YF Zhang;PY Jiang.
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (2008)
Hybrid flow shop scheduling considering machine electricity consumption cost
Hao Luo;Bing Du;George Q. Huang;Huaping Chen.
International Journal of Production Economics (2013)
Towards integrated optimal configuration of platform products, manufacturing processes, and supply chains
George Q. Huang;X.Y. Zhang;L. Liang.
Journal of Operations Management (2005)
Big Data Analytics for Physical Internet-based intelligent manufacturing shop floors
Ray Y. Zhong;Chen Xu;Chao Chen;George Q. Huang.
International Journal of Production Research (2017)
Design for X
G. Q. Huang.
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