Juan Serpa

Supply Chain Proximity and Product Quality

Published: 11Jun2018

Authors: Robert Bray, Juan Camilo Serpa and Ahmet Colak...

Inventory in Times of War

Published: 13Nov2020

Authors: A. Jola-Sanchez, A. Pedraza Martinez and Juan Camilo SerpaPublication: Management Science, ForthcomingAbstract:...

COVID-19 pandemic spurs growth in data analytics and business intelligence

Published: 12Nov2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, companies are relying more heavily than ever on data analytics and business intelligence applications to weather the storm. Led by Professor Juan Serpa, a student...

Professor Serpa awarded grant to monitor COVID-19’s impact on business

Published: 8May2020

McGill University has awarded Professor Juan Serpa with MI4 Emergency COVID-19 Research Funding to monitor COVID-19’s impact on business in Canada and across the world. Titled Quebec Data Central...

McGill team creates COVID-19 dashboard to monitor Montreal and Quebec cases

Published: 17Apr2020

Under the supervision of Professors Juan Serpa and Mehmet Gumus, a team of McGill Desautels students have partnered with students from the Faculty of Engineering to develop a dashboard that tracks...

Queen’s and McGill partner up through the Conflict Analytics Lab

Published: 5Feb2020

Two of Canada’s most storied universities have joined forces to apply cutting-edge technology to the legal profession....

Delve: Optimizing Oversight for Improved Project Delivery

Published: 4Feb2020

Holding someone accountable is no simple undertaking. Oversight is a necessary part of doing business but it’s cumbersome, requires resources, and is riddled with paperwork....

2019 SSHRC Grants awarded

Published: 11Oct2019

Congratulations to the Desautels professors who received 2019 SSHRC Grants. SSHRC Insight Development Grants

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