Togar Mangihut Simatupang, Ph.D.

Research Areas

– Operations and supply chain management
– Logistic industry policy and development
– Collaboration in supply chain
– Collaborative inventory management
– Apparel supply chain
– Agriculture supply chain
– Creative economy
– Service Innovation
– Innovation policy
– Value driven innovation
– Entrepreneurship

Teaching Areas

Undergraduate:
– Technology and Operations Management
– Supply Chain Management

MBA:
– Supply Chain Design
– Operation management

MSM/DSM:
– Advanced Supply Chain Management

Togar Mangihut Simatupang, Ph.D.

Professor

togar@sbm-itb.ac.id
022-2531923 ext. 1310

Profile

Dr. Simatupang is a Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia. He holds a PhD degree from Massey University in New Zealand. At the School of Business and Management ITB, he teaches Technology and Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, Operations Management, and the Creative Economy. He is well known as an expert in supply chain management and creative industry development. He has recently been involved in emerging research on the creative economy in Indonesia such as national creative industry mapping, the roadmap of creative industry in the West Java Province, the creative mapping of Bandung City, and the concept of creative mapping for the Province of Jakarta. He is associated with the Indonesia Logistics Association, Bandung Creative City Forum, and the British Council in developing creative industries and creative communities. His research interests include supply chain collaboration, inventory models, operations management, service science, and the creative economy.
His other research focuses on the development and management of collaborative relationships such as how to design and manage supply chain collaboration, how to equalize their risks and rewards, and how to share the benefits of collaboration. The results of his research have been published in a variety of journals, including the International Journal of Logistics Management, Total Quality Management, Management Decision, Business Process Management Journal, Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Benchmarking: An International Journal, and International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management. In addition, he has presented his work at national and international conferences.
He was a recipient of the Emerald Literati Network Award 2006 for the highly commended paper published in the International Journal of Logistics Management. He was also awarded an Endeavour Award from the Government of Australia for postdoctoral study at the University of Newcastle in 2008

Academic Degree

Ph.D. in Decision Science, Massey University (New Zealand), 2004
M.Tech. in Production Technology and Quality Management, Massey University (New Zealand), 1997
B.Eng. in Industrial Engineering, Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) (Indonesia), 1991

Publications