S. Thomas Ng mainly investigates Operations research, Procurement, Process, Project management and Construction management. His Operations research study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Regression analysis, Duration and Decision-making. The study incorporates disciplines such as Transport engineering, Upstream, Actuarial science, Selection and Case-based reasoning in addition to Procurement.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public participation, Stakeholder, Public relations and Questionnaire. His work in Project management tackles topics such as Process management which are related to areas like Descriptive statistics, Performance indicator and Management process. His work carried out in the field of Construction management brings together such families of science as Total cost, Genetic algorithm, Optimization problem and Decision support system.
Process management, Process, Operations research, Procurement and Operations management are his primary areas of study. S. Thomas Ng usually deals with Process management and limits it to topics linked to Knowledge management and Government. His research on Process frequently links to adjacent areas such as Reliability.
His Operations research research incorporates themes from Decision support system, Project management and Fuzzy logic. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Construction management and Project management. S. Thomas Ng frequently studies issues relating to Questionnaire and Operations management.
S. Thomas Ng mainly focuses on Interdependence, Resilience, Sustainable development, Risk analysis and Process management. S. Thomas Ng has researched Interdependence in several fields, including Data-driven and Environmental economics. His Environmental economics research focuses on Order and how it connects with Stakeholder.
The concepts of his Process management study are interwoven with issues in Procurement and Business model. His research in Procurement intersects with topics in Business case, Delphi method, Strategic planning and Construction management. His research integrates issues of Government, Service and Knowledge management in his study of China.
S. Thomas Ng mostly deals with Life-cycle assessment, Resilience, Risk analysis, Interdependence and Environmental economics. His Resilience research includes elements of Ranking, Process and Component. His Risk analysis research incorporates elements of Road transport, Decision-making and Decision analysis.
His Interdependence study combines topics in areas such as Procurement, Variables, Integrated project delivery, Construction management and Critical success factor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Unit, Decision matrix, Sustainable supply chain and Scope in addition to Environmental economics. In his research on the topic of Supply chain, Process management is strongly related with Business model.
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Applying a Genetic Algorithm-Based Multiobjective Approach for Time-Cost Optimization
Daisy X. M. Zheng;S. Thomas Ng;Mohan M. Kumaraswamy.
Problematic issues associated with project partnering — the contractor perspective
S.Thomas Ng;Timothy M. Rose;Michael Mak;Swee Eng Chen.
A framework for evaluating the safety performance of construction contractors
S. Thomas Ng;Kam Pong Cheng;R. Martin Skitmore.
Prefabricated construction enabled by the Internet-of-Things
Ray Y. Zhong;Ray Y. Zhong;Yi Peng;Yi Peng;Fan Xue;Ji Fang.
Factors influencing the success of PPP at feasibility stage – A tripartite comparison study in Hong Kong
S. Thomas Ng;Yoki M.W. Wong;James M.W. Wong.
Evaluating stakeholder satisfaction during public participation in major infrastructure and construction projects: A fuzzy approach
Terry H.Y. Li;S. Thomas Ng;Martin Skitmore.
Demotivating factors influencing the productivity of civil engineering projects
S.Thomas Ng;R.Martin Skitmore;Ka Chi Lam;Anthony W.C. Poon.
Conflict or consensus: An investigation of stakeholder concerns during the participation process of major infrastructure and construction projects in Hong Kong
Terry H.Y. Li;S. Thomas Ng;Martin Skitmore.
A simulation model for optimizing the concession period of public-private partnerships schemes
S. Thomas Ng;Jingzhu Xie;Yau Kai Cheung;Marcus Jefferies.
Forecast models for actual construction time and cost
R Martin Skitmore;S Thomas Ng.
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