Dr. Aimin Deng is a professor and doctoral supervisor at the College of Economics and Trade of Hunan University. Research areas: logistics and supply chain management (including finance) systems, transportation systems, e-commerce and IOT systems. Studied in Germany, Dr Engineering, has a certificate of advanced English to study abroad by the Ministry of Education, has good communication skills in English. Prof. Dr. Deng is the founder and Director of the Institute of transport and logistics (2006), the founder and Director of Sino-German Center for transportation and logistics of Hunan University (2008); was the head of E-Commerce and Logistics Management Department and Information Management and Information System.
Prof. Dr. Deng has the following social and academic positions: Research platform chief of transport logistics and supply chain finance of China industry financial collaborative innovation research project; Vice President of Hunan Institution of Modern Logistics; Member of the experts Committee to Promote the Development of Logistics in Hunan Province; Vice Chairman of Hunan Institute of Industrial Engineering; Evaluation Experts of Ministry of Science and Technology on Major Projects of International Cooperation; Hunan Science and Education Committee member of Chinese Peasant’s and Worker’s Democratic Party; Vice president of Hunan league of Logistics and Purchasing; The First Batch of One Hundred Engineering Scholars in Hunan Province.
Prof. Dr. Deng has a wide range of exchanges and cooperation with national and international institutions and Governments, enterprises and institutions; Has more than more than 30 speaks in supply chain, logistics, IOT, transport, and other topics; Invited by the Vienna University of Economics and management and given the lectures of the financial supply chain management for graduate students. Teaching “Supply Chain Logistics Management” and “Strategic Supply Chain Management” course in English textbooks for graduates and undergraduates; Directed and completed nearly more than 40 domestic and international projects, published more than 90 papers and guide more than 100 graduate students.