Eunji Lee, M.Sc.

Contact

Room: 1571
Tel:  +49 (0)89 289 28204
Fax: +49 (0)89 289 28210
Mail: eunji.lee@tum.de

 

Office Hours

by appointment

Research interests

  • Methods:
    • Optimization under Uncertainty
    • Information Sharing and Game Theory
  • Topics:
    • Supply Chain Information Sharing
    • Asymmetric Information 

Academic Career and Positions held to date

  • Since 02/2020: Research associate at the Chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management (Prof. Dr. Stefan Minner); Technical University of Munich

Publications

  • Lee, E., & Minner, S. (2021, September). An Information Sharing Framework for Supply Chain Networks: What, When, and How to Share. In IFIP International Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems (pp. 159-168). Springer, Cham.

Academic Services

Academic Education

  • 2020: Graduation as Master of Science in Management (M.Sc.) at the University of Mannheim
  • 2017 - 2020: Graduate studies in Management at the University of Mannheim
  • 2016: Graduation as Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (B.Sc.) at the University of Seoul
  • 2014 - 2015: Term abroad at the University of Cologne, Germany
  • 2012 - 2016: Undergraduate studies in Business Administration at the University of Seoul

Master Theses:

  • Smart stores implementation (in cooperation with MediaMarktSaturn)

Bachelor Theses:

Project Studies:

Interdisciplinary Project Studies:

 

  • Master's theses:
    • Order Lead time for Engineering samples: A Case Study (in cooperation with Infineon Technologies AG)
    • Secure Information Sharing between Dishonest and Curious Parties
    • Digital Supply Chain Management: Share decisions without sharing information
    • Digital Information Sharing: Application of Blockchain in Supply Chain
    • Performance Analysis of Closed-Loop Supply Chain with Dual Recycling Channel under Information Asymmetry
    • Analysis and derivated measures to optimize the duty preferential tariff in the context of electronic vehicles – a case study of the e-tron (in cooperation with Audi)
    • Simple pricing mechanisms as an enabler for truthful information sharing in a supply chain with information asymmetry
  • Bachelor's theses:
    • Secure Collaborative Replenishment Planning in Supply Chain Networks
    • Joint Economic Lot-Sizing (JELS) with Reluctant Supply Chain Members
    • Impact of Non-verifiable Information Sharing in Supply Chain Management
  • Interdisciplinary Project Studies:
    • Secure collaborative supply chain planning
  • Project Studies:
    • Accelerate industry 4.0 adoption in the manufacturing supply chain (in cooperation with R&K Technologies)
    • Segmentation of Sample Product Portfolio to Optimize Order Handling Time and Cost (in cooperation with Infineon Technologies AG)

  • Summer 2020:
    • Inventory Management (Master)
    • Advanced Seminar Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Master)
  • Winter 2020/2021:
    • Advanced Seminar Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Master)
  • Summer 2021:
    • Inventory Management (Master)
    • Advanced Seminar Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Master)
  • Winter 2021/2022:
    • Advanced Seminar Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Master)
  • Summer 2022:
    • Inventory Management (Master)
    • Advanced Seminar Logistics & Supply Chain Management (Master)

  • 2022 ELA Workshop, Copenhagen, Denmark: "Information Sharing under Asymmetric Information in Supply Chains"
  • 2022 MSOM Conference, Munich, Germany: "Capacity and Demand Information Sharing in a Supply Chain with Bilateral Information Asymmetry"
  • 2022 DTOM Workshop, Heilbronn, Germany: "Bilateral Asymmetric Information in a Decentralized Supply Chain: More Transparent Capacity and Demand Information Sharing"
  • 2022 POMS Conference, Orlando, USA (via online): "The Value of Bilateral Capacity and Demand Information Sharing in Supply Chains"
  • 2021 APMS Conference, Nantes, France (via online): "An Information Sharing Framework for Supply Chain Networks: What, When, and How to Share"