International Conference on Operations & Supply Chain Management (OSCM 2009)


The first and the second OSCM conferences were successfully held in Bali in 2005 and in Bangkok in 2007. The two conferences had been able to draw participants from over 30 countries. As a result, we have been able to establish a pretty good link among operations and supply chain management scholars around the word. Aside from the conference, we have also published Operations and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal.

As for the two previous conferences, the OSCM Malaysia 2009 is expected to draw participants from Asia Pacific regions as well as from the rest of the world. The increasing role of Asia and Pacific region in the global supply chain has made this conference a really interesting and important avenue for anyone looking for better understanding of operations and supply chain management.

This conference is to foster discussions and exchange of ideas about the developments of operations and supply chain management from researchers and practitioners. In addition to regular sessions, there will be a special session on managing OSCM research, which is dedicated for emerging scholars and doctoral students and teaching OSCM with cases.

The organizing committee is pleased to invite you to participate in this conference. The conference will be held at the modern AIMST campus in Bujang Valley, an exotic place in Malaysia and close to various tourist destinations.

The OSCM Malaysia 2009 is hosted by

    AIMST University

and collaboratively organized by

  • Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (Indonesia)
  • Universiti Sains Malaysia
  • Universiti Utara Malaysia
  • Universiti Industry Selangor
  • Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta (Indonesia)
  • Mahidol University (Thailand)

Conference Venue

The conference will be held at the modern AIMST Campus in Bujang Valley, Malaysia.

Bujang Valley, the conference venue, stretches all the way from Gunung Jerai in the North to Sungai Muda in the South. The area concentrated around the mouth of Sungai (River) Muda has been of economic importance to Kedah since as early as the 5th Century AD. The conference venue is close to many interesting places, including Lembah Bujang Archaeological Park (15 minutes), Penang Island (Pearl of the Orient a tourist attraction center – 50 minutes), where we plan a tour on the 3rd day, and Cinta Sayang Golf & Country Club (15 minutes). So, please bookmark this site, mark your calendar, and attend this conference – it will be a productive and enjoyable conference!


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