Roger D. H. Warburton
Research Colleagues

Steve Disney at Cardiff Busines School

Steve Disney

LSDG:  Logistics Systems and Dynamics Group

Cardiff Business School

Aberconway Building, Colum Drive

Cardiff, CF10 3EU, U.K.

Steve Disney and me at the INFORMS Conference in Hong Kong
Steve and I at the 2006 INFORMS Conference in Hong Kong. Steve was recently married, so he is a lot happier now.

Steve and I work together to show that when discrete and continuous mathematics are applied to Supply Chain problems, they produce managerially equivalent answers. Steve does the discrete math and I do the continuous math.

Jonathan Hodgson at St. Joseph's University

Jonathan Hodgson

Department of Math/CSC
Saint Joseph's University
5600, City Avenue,
Philadelphia PA 19131
Jonathan Hodgson

Jonathan keeps me honest. His challenge is to take my cavalier use of dubious mathematics and give it a respectable mathematical dressing.

Erland Nielsen at the Aarhus School of Business
Erland Nielsen

Associate Professor
Department of Business Studies
Aarhus School of Business
Fuglesangs Allé 4
DK-8210 Aarhus V
Erland Nielsen

Erland and I may just be working on an impossible problem. He refuses to think when the temperature goes over 85F degrees (30C to him). Here are some pictures of me lecturing at the Aarhus School of Business.

Lecturing at Arhus  Lecturing at Arhus   Lecturing at Arhus  Lecturing at Arhus
Lecturingl at Arhus Lecturing at Arhus 
Roger at the Windmill at Arhus  
Roy Stratton at Nottingham Trent University

Roy Stratton

Nottingham Business School
Nottingham Trent University
Nottingham, UK.
Roy Stratton

Roy and I refuse to acknowledge that 100% offshore manufacturing is inevitable. We challenge the obsession with manufacturinig everything offshore. Using economic models we can there is a legitimate role for U.S. and U.K. manufacturing.

Steve Warner at U. Mass Dartmouth

Steve Warner

Department of Textile Sciences
College of Engineering
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
North Dartmouth, MA 02747
Steve Warner at Block Island
This is Steve on our sailing trip to Block Island.

Steve convinced me that I could do legitimate academic research in the apparel industry. With a grant from the National Textile Center, we set about showing that domestic (i.e. U.S.) manufacturing is competitive.

Steve Kay at NW Texnet

Stephen Kay
Business Development Director,
NW Texnet

NW Texnet

Steve Kay and me.
Steve Kay & me at one of the training courses in the U.K.

Steve and I have developed training courses in New Product Development and Balanced Sourcing.

Below is Steve's avocation--playing Beatles songs..
Steve and his guitar