Dr Wen Jiao B.M. in Logistics Management, M.M. in Logistics Management and Engineering, Ph.D. in Supply Chain Management.
Lecturer in Operations Management
Revenue management, inventory management, capacity management
Wen Jiao is a Lecturer in Operations Management at the School of Business and Economics. She holds a master degree in Logistics Management and Engineering from Beijing Jiaotong University and a PhD degree in Supply Chain Management from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Prior to joining Loughborough, Wen was a post-doctoral fellow at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. During her PhD study, she worked as a teaching assistant in many courses for both undergraduate and postgraduate levels, such as management science, supply chain management and undergraduate capstone projects.
Dr. Jiao’s research covers operations research and stochastic optimization. She concentrates on dynamic revenue management, capacity management, inventory management, supply chain management and logistics management.
Particularly, she adopts different methods to examine the dynamic linear/nonlinear pricing problems of stochastic rental systems given the features of rental system and the characterization of customers. Her research on the rental systems is funded by NSFC/RGC Joint Research Scheme. Currently, she works on the fleet management of stochastic systems in the renal industry.
Her research interest also includes inventory management concerning marketing research, unstable supply and specific demand requirements.