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Markus Gerschberger is a professor and member of Logistikum Steyr at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria where he leads the Supply Chain Management research department. His current responsibilities include leading a group of researchers for the Josef Ressel Centre for Real-time Value Network Visibility. Since 2008, Markus has headed research groups specializing in supply chain design, with project volumes in excess of €5 million.
Dr. Gerschberger's research interests involve predictive analytics and managing supply chain risk and complex networks, which includes the development of systematic methods to identify the most important supply chain nodes (suppliers, customers, logistical infrastructure) and the most important individual and organizational capabilities to stay competitive under fast changing environmental conditions. He has been engaged in Physical Internet research for several years and is currently a visiting professor at the Georgia Tech Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Physical Internet Center and Supply Chain and Logistics Institute.