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DR. SUN OLAPIRIYAKUL
Faculty
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School of Manufacturing Systems and Mechanical Engineering (MSME)
Name
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Dr. Sun Olapiriyakul
Position
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Assistant Professor
E - Mail
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sunosiit.tu.ac.th
Phone Rangsit
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+66-2-986-9009, +66-2-986-9101, +66-2-564-3226
Phone Bangkadi
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Phone Extension
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2106
  Education
  • Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), USA
  • M.S. in Industrial Engineering, San Jose State University, USA
  • B.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering, Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT), Thammasat University, Thailand
  Academic Awards
  • Best Presentation Award at the 5th KKU International Engineering Conference (KKU-IENC) 2014
  • Doctoral Scholarship in Nanotechnology awarded by the Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC), 2005
  Research Areas
  • Sustainability
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Life-cycle Engineering
  • Applied Operations Research
  Research Interests

My current research is in the fields of Industrial Engineering and applied Operations research. One of my current research projects investigates the use of workforce scheduling approaches in improving job satisfaction and work conditions of nurses and health care staff. The practicality and effectiveness of the approaches are being investigated using a case study of operating room scheduling. There are also ongoing projects that use Operations research techniques for supply chain planning. My primary focus is to consider the adverse impacts of supply chain activities and infrastructures on local communities and the environment. These projects are based on urban freight transport and municipal solid waste management cases. Sustainability-related concepts such as Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and resilience are integrated into these cases. My general studying goal is to achieve the supply chain operational objectives while at the same time being able to mitigate the environmental consequences and resolve other sustainability issues.

  Work Experiences
  • 2015-Present: Lecturer, Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Thammasat University, Thailand
  • 2010-2014: Lecturer, Department of Industrial Engineering, Ubon Ratchathani University
  • 2003-2005: Project Engineer, Industrial Solutions and Services Dept., Siemens Thailand
  • 1999-2000: Mechanical Engineer, Team Consulting Engineering and Management Co., Ltd., Thailand
  List of Publications

Published Refereed Journal Paper

  1. Rerkjirattikal, P., Huynh, V.N., Olapiriyakul, S., Supnithi, T.,(2020) A Goal Programming Approach to Nurse Scheduling with Individual Preference Satisfaction, Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Article ID 2379091
  2. Rerkjirattikal, P., Wanwarn, T., Starita, S., Huynh, V.N., Supnithi, T., Olapiriyakul, S., (2020) Heuristics for noise-safe job-rotation problems considering learning-forgetting and boredom-induced job dissatisfaction effects, Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 19(8), pp. 1325-1337
  3. Srinakorn, K., Olapiriyakul, S., (2020) A workforce scheduling model to reduce occupational heat stress and labor cost, Asia-Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, 25(1), APST-25-01-04
  4. Srangsriwong, A., Olapiriyakul, S., Yenradee, P., (2019) Factors influencing public perception and impact distance of a municipal solid waste dumpsite in Thailand, Asia-Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, 24(1), APST-24-01-05
  5. Olapiriyakul, S., Pannakkong, W., Kachapanya, W., Starita, S., (2019) Multiobjective Optimization Model for Sustainable Waste Management Network Design, Journal of Advanced Transportation, article number 3612809
  6. Olapiriyakul, S., Nguyen, T.T., (2019) Land use and public health impact assessment in a supply chain network design problem: A case study, Journal of Transport Geography, 75, pp. 70-81
  7. Rerkjirattikarn R., Satitanekchai S., Olapiriyakul S., (2018) Safe job rotation scheduling with minimum setup time, Asia Pacific Journal of Science and Technology, 23(1), APST-22-04-03
  8. Olapiriyakul, S., (2017) Designing a sustainable municipal solid waste management system in Pathum Thani, Thailand, International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management, 20(1-2), pp. 37-59
  9. Olapiriyakul, S., Rerkjirattikal, P., Satitanekchai S., (2016) Designing Safe Job Rotation Schedules with Minimum Productivity Loss, Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management, Vol. 14, No. 2, Dec 2016
  10. Olapiriyakul S., (2014) Assess Water Consumption of S-PVC Resin Manufacturing Process by Life Cycle Assessment, Advanced Materials Research, 931-932, pp. 619-623
  11. Olapiriyakul, S., Caudill, R.J., (2009) Thermodynamic analysis to assess the environmental impact of end-of-life recovery processing for nanotechnology products, Environmental Science and Technology, 43(21), pp. 8140-8146
  12. Olapiriyakul, S., Das, S.K.(2007Design and analysis of a two-stage security screening and inspection system, Journal of Air Transport Management 13 (2), pp. 67-74

 

International Conference Paper

  1. Rerkjirattikal, P., Huynh, V.-N., Olapiriyakul, S., Supnithi, T., (2020) A framework for a practical nurse scheduling approach: A case of operating room of a hospital in thailand, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 1208 AISC, pp. 259-264
  2. Gamage, V.Y., Olapiriyakul, S., (2020) Flood-resilient Supply Chain Network Design: A Case Study of Eastern Thailand, 2020 IEEE 7th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Applications (ICIEA), 19635733, pp. 459-463.
  3. Rerkjirattikal, P., Olapiriyakul, S., (2019) Overtime assignment and job satisfaction in noise-safe job rotation scheduling, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 11471 LNAI, pp. 26-37
  4. Rerkjirattikarn, P., Kaorapapaong C., Olapiriyakul S., (2018). Skill-based job rotation scheduling for occupational noise exposure control. In Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Artificial Life and Robotics (ICAROB 2018), 1-4 February 2018, Beppu, Oita, Japan, pp. 161-165.
  5. Chaidilok, W., Olapiriyakul, S., (2017) A framework of factors affecting supply chain flood resilience, 2017 IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid and Smart Cities, ICSGSC 2017 8038554, pp. 84-88
  6. Rerkjirattikarn R., Satitanekchai S., Olapiriyakul S., Designing safe job rotation schedules with minimum productivity loss” International Conference of Supply Chain and Technology Innovation, Fukuoka, Japan, 5-9 September 2016.
  7. Nguyen T.T., Olapiriyakul S., Optimizing Facility Location Decisions Considering Health Impact on Local Population”, Procedia CIRP, Volume 40, 2016, Pages 289-294.
  8. Caudill, R.J., Olapiriyakul, S.An Exergy Footprint Metric with Reference Values Based on US Exergy Consumption,” 2010 IEEE International Symposium on Sustainable Systems and Technology.
  9. Olapiriyakul, S., Caudill, R.J.A Framework for Risk Management and End-Of-Life (EOLAnalysis for Nanotechnology Products: A Case Study in Lithium-Ion Batteries,” IEEE International Symposium on Electronics and the Environment2008, Article number 4562877.
  10. Olapiriyakul, S., Abdel-Malek, L., Hsieh, H.N., Meegoda, J.N., El Haggar, S., “Post Optimality Analysis of a Solid Waste Management System; a Case Study,” 1st Global Cleaner Production Conference and Exhibition “Clean Globe 1”, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt, 18-20 September 2006.
  11. Olapiriyakul, S., Borgaonkar, A., Abdel-Malek, L., Hsieh, H.N., Meegoda, J.N., “The Potential Advantages of Applying Operations Research Techniques to Optimize Waste Management in New Jersey,” 1st Global Cleaner Production Conference and Exhibition "Clean Globe 1", Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt, 18-20 September 2006.
  12. Olapiriyakul, S., Das, S.K.Design and Analysis of a Two-Stage Airport Security System,” 17th Annual POMs Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, 13 April 2006.