Dr Petar Radanliev has completed a PhD in systems engineering from The University of South Wales, MSc in Economics and Finance and BA in IT Communications from Aberystwyth University. Dr Petar Radanliev is associated with research on privacy, ethics, trust, reliability, and acceptability of IoT connected products and services. The main area of research is harnessing economic value from the IoT and integrating cybersecurity and system risk to calculate the economic impact of cyber risk. His research specialises in social machines and machine learning, specifically on the system risk of integrating autonomous systems and artificial intelligence to IoT. Other areas of research involve environmental and economic impact analysis for harnessing economic value from the IoT connected devices and services.
Dr Petar Radanliev was awarded a Prince of Wales Innovation Scholarship for his industrial PhD research and has been working on online collaborative research with MIT - Center for Transportation and Logistics since 2011. His current research investigates Privacy Trust and Harnessing Economic Value in the Internet of Things.
- Social Machines.
- Machine Learning.
- Technological Innovations for Artificial Intelligence.
- Harnessing Economic Value in the Internet of Thing.
- Orbital Space Settlements.
- Colonising Outer Space.
- Advanced Technologies For Smart Cities Design.
- Economic Benefits of Space Exploration.
- Integration of Robotics, Electrical Vehicles, Charging Points and ICT Infrastructures for Safer and Cleaner Transportation.
- Closed Loop System for Natural Resources Management.
Primary expertise are in the area of quantitative analysis with R statistical analysis.
Areas of research supervision
- Clean Tech
- Smart Tech
- Environmental Science
- Smart City Design
- Supply Chain System Architecture
- Green-Field Integration Design
- PhD, Tech., University of South Wales, UK, 2010-2013
- MSc Econ., Aberystwyth University, UK, 2006-2007
- BA Hons., Communication, Aberystwyth University, UK, 2003-2006
Memberships, editorial boards
- Cambridge City Communicators - UK
- Intelligent Transport Systems Knowledge Transfer Network – UK
Selected recent publications
- Radanliev, P., (2015) ‘Engineering Design Methodology for Green-Field Supply Chain Architectures: Taxonomic Scheme’ - Journal of Operations and Supply Chain Management, Volume 8, Number 2, pp.52-66, http://bibliotecadigital.fgv.br/ojs/index.php/joscm/article/view/58041/56509
- Radanliev, P., (2015) ‘Green-field Architecture for Sustainable Supply Chain Strategy Formulation, International Journal of Supply Chain Management’, Vol 4, No 2, pp.62-67 ISSN 2051-3771 | EISSN 2050-7399. URL:http://ojs.excelingtech.co.uk/index.php/IJSCM/article/viewFile/1060/pdf
- Radanliev, P., (2016) ‘Supply Chain Systems Architecture and Engineering Design: Green-field Supply Chain Integration’ - Operations and Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, Vol 9, No. 1, pp. 22-30, ISSN 1979-3561 | EISSN 1979-3871. URL:http://www.journal.oscm-forum.org/journal/abstract/oscm-volume-9-issue-1-2016/supply-chain-systems-architecture-and-engineering-design-green-field-supply-chain-integration
- Radanliev, P., (2015) ‘Architectures for Green-Field Supply Chain Integration: Supply Chain Integration Design’, - Journal of Supply Chain and Operations Management, Volume 13, Number 2, pp.56-78, ISSN 2167-7115 | EISSN 2167-7123. URL:http://www.csupom.org/PUBLICATIONS/2015-2/JSCOM_2015_2_5.pdf
- Radanliev, P., Rowlands, H., and Thomas A.J., (2014) ‘Supply Chain Paradox: Green-field Architecture for Sustainable Strategy Formulation’, SDM’2014 International Conference on Sustainable Design and Manufacturing, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 28-30 April 2014.
- Radanliev, P., Rowlands, H., and Thomas A.J., (2014) ‘Supply Chain Paradox: Green-field Architecture for Sustainable Strategy Formulation’, Sustainable Design and Manufacturing, Future Press Technology, pp. 839-851, ISBN 9780956151667.
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