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Professor Khairy A H Kobbacy
Professor of Management Science, School of Built Environment
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School of Built Environment, University of Salford

Expertise:
Operational Research/ Management Science, Artificial Intelligence in Management of Operations, Mathematical Modelling in Maintenance, Supply Chain Contracts

Biography:
Khairy Kobbacy is the Professor of Management Science in the School of Built Environment. He has a long-standing interest in "applied" operational research. He previously lectured in operational research at Strathclyde University after gaining industrial experience in a major oil company. His current research work is directed towards the problems of building maintenance, the evaluation and enhancement of maintenance routines of complex engineering systems and modelling and simulation in health care. Other areas of interest in research are intelligent management systems in operations including applications in inventory, maintenance and contract selection in supply chains and logistics modelling. He served as the Vice President of the Operational Research Society (2001-2003) and was awarded the Operational Research Society President's Medal in 1990 and Literati Club Award for Excellence (2001).

Qualifications:
PhD Bath University, MSc Strathclyde University, BSc Cairo University.

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  1. Application of simulation and modelling in managing unplanned healthcare demand
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