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Niniet Indah Arvitrida

Country of origin: Indonesia Currently in: Indonesia, Surabaya General field of specialization: Engineering sciences
Academic Background


2017 Doctorate Engineering sciences
Research and Profession

Current Research Activities

Engineering sciences

Publications resulting from Research: 

Tsao, Y.C, Muthi’ah, A.D., Vu, T.L. and Arvitrida, N.I. 2021. Supply chain network design under advance-cash-credit payment. Annals of Operations Research.

Kantari, L.A., Pujawan, I.N., Arvitrida, N.I, and Hilletofth, P. 2021. Mixing contract-based and on-demand sourcing of transportation services for improved supply chain performance under supply uncertainties. International Journal of Systems Science: Operations & Logistics.

Kurniawan, A.C., and Arvitrida, N.I. 2021. An agent-based simulation for a trade-off between frequency and depth in retail price promotion strategy. Management & Marketing. Vol. 16 Issue 1.

Kantari, L.A., Pujawan, I.N., Arvitrida, N.I, and Hilletofth, P. 2020. Investigating the mix of contract-based and on-demand sourcing for transportation services under fluctuate and seasonal demand. International Journal of Logistics Research and Applications. Volume 24, 2021 - Issue 3.

Vanany, I., Tan, K.H., Siswanto, N., Arvitrida, N.I., and Pahlawan, F.M. 2020. Halal six sigma framework for defects reduction. Journal of Islamic Marketing. Vol. 12, Issue 4.

Arvitrida, N. I., Candra, A., Siswanto, N. & Yuwana, L., 2019. The Effect of Pricing Strategies on Retailers : An Agent-Based Modeling Approach. Proceedings of the International Conference on Operations and Supply Chain Management. Vietnam, pp. 1–8

Tsao, Y.C., Muthi'ah, A.D., and Arvitrida, N.I., 2019. A Supply Chain Network Design Under Advance-Cash-Credit Payment Scheme. In Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Management Science and Industrial Engineering, Thailand.

Arvitrida, N.I., 2017. A review of agent-based modeling approach in the supply chain collaboration context. In Proceedings of International Conference on Industrial and System Engineering 2017.

Arvitrida, N.I., Robinson, S., Tako, A.A., & Robertson, D.A., 2016. Collaboration in supply chains: An agent-based modelling approach. In Proceedings of the Operational Research Society Simulation Workshop 2016 (SW16). A.Anagnostou, K. Hoad, M. Kunc, eds.

Arvitrida, N.I., Robinson, S., & Tako, A.A., 2015. How do competition and collaboration affect supply chain performance? An agent based modeling approach. In Proceedings of the 2015 Winter Simulation Conference. L. Yilmaz, W.K.V. Chan, I. Moon, T.M.K. Roeder, C. Macal, and M.D. Rossetti, eds. IEEE.

Current profession

Current professional activities type: 
Higher Education Study
Niniet Indah Arvitrida is a lecturer in Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS), Surabaya, Indonesia. She holds a PhD in Operational Research from Loughborough University, UK. She also has a Master of Engineering in Supply Chain Management and a Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Engineering, both obtained with honours (cum laude) in ITS, Indonesia. Niniet is an expert in developing quantitative modelling approaches, primarily in the logistics and supply chain management context. In addition to supply chain management, she also has an interest in supply chain modelling, particularly by using simulation modelling approach (agent-based modelling, system dynamics, and discrete-event simulation). Currently, she is appointed as the head of Logistics and Supply Chain Management Laboratory at ITS.

Prizes, Grants and Awards

Other Awards

Dec 2015
Winter Simulation Conference (WSC) Diversity Award - INFORMS- Simulation Society, USA
Aug 2015
Santander Mobility Award - Santander and Loughborough University, UK
Mar 2014
People’s Choice Award, 3 Minute Thesis Competition - Loughborough University, UK
Jun 2014
Simpson Award – OR Society UK
Apr 2016
Best Presentation - School of Business and Economics Conference, Loughborough University, UK
Jul 2020
Best Paper - ICONISE-ACISE 2020

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