Mohsin Jat

Lecturer

Ph.D (University of Nottingham)

jat@edwards.usask.ca

Address
Room 54
25 Campus Drive, Nutrien Centre, University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, SK, S7N 5A7

Biography

Dr. Mohsin Jat is a lecturer in Operations Management and Business Statistics at Edwards School of Business. Dr. Jat earned his PhD in Operations Management from Nottingham University Business School (UK) in 2015 with a focus on time constrained services. He holds an MSc in Operations Management and has an undergraduate degree in Computer Science.

His research interests include servitization, emergency logistics, energy supply chains and applications of analytical, optimization and simulation modeling. Apart from academic research papers, Dr Jat has also published teaching cases in the area of Logistics Management and electronic retailing. He has taught courses on Management Science, Simulation Modeling, Business Statistics, Operations Management and Logistics Management.

Publications

Jat, M. & Rafique, R., Controlling mass-casualty flow for emergency healthcare: A simulation analysis. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science

Jajja, S. & Jat, M. (2019). Daraz.pk: Online marketplace’s value chain. Asian Journal of Management Cases (Sage), Volume 16 (1), pages 21-37

Jat, M. (2018). Optimizing area coverage for time-differentiated distribution: a unidimensional analysis. Transportation Journal, Volume 57 (1), pages 83-111.

Jat, M. & Jajja, S. (In Press 2018). TCS: Delivering Everything. Asian Journal of Management Cases.

Jat, M. & Rafique, R. (2017). Impact of inventory sharing on service availability and transportation levels in time-differentiated distribution. International Journal of Inventory Research, Volume 4 (1), pages 23-43.

Jat, M. (2017). Time-differentiated supply at customer sites: Analysing the service costs. Logistics Research, Volume 10 (1), Pages 1-19.

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

Conferences

Jat, M., Rafique, R., & Rehman, H. A Dynamic Optimization Model for Bioenergy Supply Chain Designs. 61st Annual Conference of Canadian Operational Research Society, Saskatoon, Canada – (2019)

Jat, M. Modernizing water management on farm level. Asian Management Research and Case Conference (AMRC), Al Ain, UAE – (2019)

Session chain: Infrastructure and global value chains. China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Conference, Lahore, Pakistan – (2019)

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

Jat M., Impact of inventory sharing on service availability and transportation levels under multiple service distance constraints. 23rd EurOMA conference, Trondheim, Norway – (2016)

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

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

Jat M., Muyldermans L. and MacCarthy B., Comparison of hierarchical v/s non-hierarchical setup in service parts logistics. 54th Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society, Edinburgh, UK – (2012)

Jat M., Muyldermans L. and MacCarthy B., Effects of service times on costs in a Service Parts Logistics System. 53rd Annual Conference of the Operational Research Society, Nottingham, UK – (2011)