Short Bio

Guido Perboli is Associate Professor in the Control and Computer Engineering Department (DAUIN) of Politecnico di Torino and Associate Member of the CIRRELT - Centre Interuniversitaire de Recherche sur les Réseaux d'Enterprise, la Logistique et les Transport - Québec, Canada. He is presently in charge of the courses of Strategic Management and Operations Research in the Industrial Production and Innovation Management Master degree. He is presently in charge of different activities, including the student exchange program with UQAM, Montreal, TOP EXPERIENCES, a series of lectures given by high level managers and the Stages and Thesis commission of Industrial Production and Innovation Management Master degree and the Seminar, Dissemination and Social Engagement commission of DAUIN.

In 2016 he founded the ICT for City Logistics and Enterprises (ICE) center of Politecnico di Torino, a research center focused on two of the main activities supporting the Urban growth: logistics and enterprises. He is presently co-director of the ICE center. He is author of more than 100 papers on peer reviews International journals and Conferences (see the detailed list)). His main areas of expertise are: Business development and Lean Business, City Logistics and Smart City, Green logistics and impact assessment of externalities reduction policies in Supply Chains, Urban Freight delivery, Container and Vehicle Packing, Fleet Routing and Management.

Since 1998 he is consultant for National and International companies, including Accenture, DHL, Emerson Network Power, FCA, Iveco, Panalpina, Porche, Rhona, Telecom Italia, Tales Alenia Spazio, TNT. In 2009 he became R\&D Director of BDS s.r.l., consultancy company with headquarters in Italy and Belgium. In the company, he manages different customer profiling, business development and mystery client projects. The customers belongs to different business markets, including automotive, transportation and retail (see here an expanded the portfolio).

Since 2006 he founded and was Coordinator of the Young Chapter of AIRO - Italian Operations Research Society. In 2006-2007 he was member of the Board of AIRO.

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