Dr. Akhtar Tanweer

Assistant Professor ,""
Phone No:051-9265100-2074
Email ID:aktanveer@numl.edu.pk

Education:Doctor of Philosophy, Supply Chain Management, Lanzhou Jiaotong University, P.R of China (2015).

Master of Business Administration, Marketing COMSATS Institute of Information &Technology, Wah Campus (2008).
Assistant Professor at NUML University, Faculty of Management Sciences from Feb 2017 to-date.

Assistant Professor at Preston University, Faculty of Business Administration from 2015 till 2017.

Visiting Professor at Pakistan Ordnance Factory Institute of Technology (POFIT) Wah Cantt. from 1998 till 2015.
Tanweer Akhtar, Gang Duan, Yin-Zhen Li, and Yan Jia Song (2014), “An optimization model for mitigating bullwhip-effect in a two-echelon supply chain.” Journal of Procedia-Social and Behavioural Sciences, ELSEVIER. Science Direct, 138, 289-297.

Tanweer Akhtar, Gang Duan, Yin-Zhen Li, and Yan-Jie Song (2013), “Optimization on Bullwhipeffect Conundrum in a two-echelon supply chain.” Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering of South West Jiaotong University, 19-21.

Duan Gang, Chen Li, Li Yin-Zhen, Song Jie-Yan, and Akhtar Tanweer, “Optimization on production-inventory problem with multistage and varying demand.” Journal of Applied Mathematics, Volume 2012 (2012), Article ID 648262, 17 pages.



Tanweer Akhtar, Gang Duan, Li Yin-Zhen, and Yan-Jie Song (2014), “An optimization model for mitigating bullwhip-effect in a two-echelon supply chain.” Paper presented at 9th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Studies (ICTTS2014), Shaoxing, P.R. of China.

Tanweer Akhtar, Gang Duan, Yin-Zhen Li, and Yan- Jie Song (2013),”Optimization on Bullwhipeffect Conundrum in a two-echelon supply chain.” Paper presented at Doctoral Forum of China 2013 on Traffic and Transportation Engineering held at South West Jiaotong University (Chengdu city, P.R of China) on October 19-21, 2013.

Tanweer Akhtar, Gang Duan, Yin-Zhen Li, and Rajput Amer , “An optimization model to vertically and horizontally integrate a four-echelon supply chain network ( Paper presented in 8th South Asian International Conference (SAICON-2016).