CIPS Australasia Conference and Supply Management Awards - Update: 27 May 2020

New dates announced - CIPS Australasia Conference, 2-3 August 2021.

We’re pleased to announce that CIPS Australasia Conference, which was previously postponed, has been moved to 2-3 August 2021. Thank you for your continued support. Keep checking back on the website for the latest event developments.

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Professor Elizabeth Chang


Professor of Logistics and Canberra Fellow, The University of South Wales, Canberra
Wednesday 17 July – 14:50
Stream 3: Leveraging Blockchain and AI to create visibility and accountability throughout the supply chain

Elizabeth Chang is Professor of Logistics and Canberra Fellow at the UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) since 2013. Professor Chang leads the Defence logistics research group targeting the key issues in Logistics ICT, big data management, defence logistics and sustainment, predictive analytics, trust, security, risk and privacy. In the 2012 edition of MIS Quarterly vol. 36 issue 4 Special Issues on Business Research, Professor Chang was listed fifth in the world for researchers in Business Intelligence.

She has delivered 48 Keynote/Plenary speeches largely at major IEEE Conferences and supervised 41 PhD theses to completion. She has published over 600 scientific work including books and journal articles. She is an IEEE Fellow, Co-Chair for IEEE IES Technical Committee on Industrial Informatics; an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics; Co-editor in Chief for International Journal on Engineering Intelligent Systems; member of Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, honorary member of the Australian Logistics and Supply Chain Society.