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DR. MORRAKOT RAWEEWAN (ASSISTANT PROFESSOR)
Faculty
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School of Management Technology (MT)
Name
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Dr. Morrakot Raweewan (Assistant Professor)
Position
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Assistant Professor
E - Mail
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morrakot@siit.tu.ac.th
Phone Rangsit
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Phone Bangkadi
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+66-2-501-3505~20
Phone Extension
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6009
  Education
  • B.Sc. (2nd Class Honors) in Applied Mathematics, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand
  • M.S. in Mathematics, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), USA
  • Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering, Clemson University, USA
  Academic Awards
  • Alpha Pi Mu Industrial Engineering Honor Society (since 2005)
  • Royal Thai Government Scholarship, 1997-2003
  • Bank of Thailand Scholarship, 1994-1995
  • Thailand Science Academic Excellence Award in 1995
  • ICI Company Limited Scholarship 1991
  • Selected nationally to present a science project at 1990 Asian Pacific Science Week, Singapore
  • Young Creative Scientist of Thailand in 1989
  • The Best High School Science Project of Thailand in 1989
  Research Areas
  • Analysis of Supply Chain Models, Simulation Modeling, Applied Optimization.
  Research Interests

Information Sharing Between Partners in a Supply Chain

Knowledge and information are widely recognized as a potential competitive advantage in supply chain management. Several studies have shown that cooperation and information sharing can increase benefits, reduce cost, or both. On the other hand, firms may experience a negative reverse-impact, when a receiving partner uses the transferred information to manage its supply chain, resulting in an outcome that hurts the sharing partner. In general, every firm attempts to maintain the competitiveness of a monopoly, while at the same time tries to gain the additional benefit of interorganization cooperation. To balance these risks and benefits, firms need quantitative tools to assist in making decisions regarding information sharing. Such tools would be most valuable if they determine how much and what information should be shared as well as when, with whom, and under what conditions. This research explores these issues through a methodology based on game theory.

Agri-Food Supply Chain Management

Agri-food supply chains widely range from food safety and quality assurance to logistics and business modeling. In modern food retail and food service industries, safe and nutritional food in excellent quality with just-in-time delivery, is expected by customers, especially in developed countries. Developing countries such as Thailand, as food suppliers, have sought opportunities in cross border trade, to developed countries. To expand markets, there are needs in product and process improvement, in both food quality assurance and value creation. However, other important considerations including agriculture sustainability, energy efficiency, and welfare of workforce, should be considered together with cost reduction and profit maximization. This research studies assessment and effectiveness of current configurations and investigates balance and sustainable improvement of food supply chains in developing countries. This research is conducted and validated based on supply chain analysis, optimization, and simulation models.

  Work Experiences
  • 2009 – Present: SIIT
  • 2007: Adjunct Faculty, School of Management Technology, SIIT
  • 2007-2009: Researcher , National Electronics and Computer Technology Center, Thailand
  • 2004-2006: Teaching Assistant, Clemson University, Department of Industrial Engineering,
  • 2002-2004: Teaching Assistant, Clemson University, Department of Mathematical Sciences
  • 1995-1997: System Analyst , Information Technology Department, Bank of Thailand
  • 1995: System Analyst Trainee, Information Technology Department, Bank of Thailand
  • 1994: Engineering Trainee, ESSO Sriracha Refinery, ESSO (Thailand) Public Company Limited (EXXON Company Limited), Chon Buri, Thailand
  List of Publications

National Journals

  1. Chutchai Suksa-ard and Morrakot Raweewan (2016). Cost-benefit model in decision making for smallholder farmers in contract farming adoption, NIDA Development Journal, Vol. 56, No. 2, April-june 2016, pp. 47-72.
  2. Chutchai Suksa-ard and Morrakot Raweewan (2013). Optimization of supply and demand balance in a palm oil supply chain, Thammasat International Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 18, No. 2, April-June 2013, pp. 14-31.

International Conferences

  1. Ly, Rathanaksambath; and Morrakot Raweewan (2016). Flexible ABC inventory classification. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Agro-Industry (ICOA 2016), 9-11 November 2016, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 171-175.
  2. Anuparp Saengsathien; and Morrakot Raweewan (2016). Cost efficiency of RSPO oil palm farms in Thailand. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Business and Industrial Research (ICBIR 2016), 12-13 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 172-176.
  3. Phang, Sokim; and Morrakot Raweewan (2015). A study of cost, revenue, and profit efficiency of commercial banks in Cambodia using DEA approach. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Knowledge Information and Creativity Support Systems (KICSS 2015) [CD-ROM], 12-14 November 2015, Phuket, Thailand, pp. 83-92.
  4. Techanithi Sirikhum; Passakorn Pongsangiam; Ponanan Chonglikit; Puvit Shujan; and Morrakot Raweewan (2015). Assessing and benchmarking the efficiency of local and city governments in building resilience to natural disasters in Pathum Thani province. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Statistics 2015 (ICAS 2015), 15-17 July 2015, Pattaya City, Chonburi, Thailand, pp. 185-189.
  5. Tesfai, Niyat; and Morrakot Raweewan (2015). Assessing greening activities for small and medium enterprises in the Thai automotive sector by DEA approach. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Statistics 2015 (ICAS 2015), 15-17 July 2015, Pattaya City, Chonburi, Thailand, pp. 190-194.
  6. Kashane Danchaiwijit; Nattapon Sanitrat; Pattanan Temsiriwat; Tanapat Sereecharoensatit; Vorachai Saengram; and Morrakot Raweewan (2013). A framework study of site selection of volunteer training center and evacuation center for flood disaster. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM 2013) [CD-ROM], 23-25 October 2013, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 819-828.
  7. Chutchai Suksa-ard and Morrakot Raweewan (2013). Market selection of refined palm oil based on balancing local demand satisfaction and exporting. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM 2013) [CD-ROM], 23-25 October 2013, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 806-818.
  8. Chutchai Suksa-ard and Morrakot Raweewan (2013). Land allocation and transportation network planning for crude palm oil production in Thailand. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM 2013) [CD-ROM], 23-25 October 2013, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 795-805.
  9. Thanatip Mungmee; Phaninart Buaklom; Pakaphol Pungprasert; Prapatpong Sinlapaprechar; Chutchai Suksa-ard; and Morrakot Raweewan (2013). A framework study of factors effecting crude palm oil price behavior in Thailand. InProceedings of the 4th International Conference on Engineering, Project, and Production Management (EPPM 2013)[CD-ROM], 23-25 October 2013, Bangkok, Thailand, pp. 647-653.
  10. Panchalee Praneepholkrang; Jirachai Buddhakulsomsiri; Morrakot Raweewan; Parthana Parthanadee; and Ravipim Chaveesuk (2013). Inbound logistics cost analysis of cassava product industry in Thailand. Proceedings of the 8thInternational Congress on Logistics and SCM Systems (ICLS 2013), 5-7 August 2013, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 197-202.
  11. Pitchayatree Weerasoontorn; Chutchai Suksa-ard; and Morrakot Raweewan (2012). Smallholder farmers reaction: collaboration toward sustainability in palm oil supply chain. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Value Chain Management and Logistics 2012 (iSVCML 2012) [CD-ROM], 22-23 November 2012, Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp. 53-62
  12. Panchalee Praneetpholkrang; Jirachai Buddhakulsomsiri; Morrakot Raweewan; Parthana Parthanadee; and Ravipim Chaveesuk (2012). A study framework of cassava supply chain redesign for AEC preparation. In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Value Chain Management and Logistics 2012 (iSVCML 2012) [CD-ROM], 22-23 November 2012, Chiang Mai, Thailand, pp. 43-52.
  13. Morrakot Raweewan; Suttikorn Pothongkom; Manop Jitphaisarnwattana; Jirat Samart; and Jitudom Tonmanee (2012). The relationship between personality trait and mindfulness dimensions in primary schools in Thailand. In Proceedings of the 1st Mae Fah Luang University International Conference 2012 (1st MFUIC2012) [CD-ROM], 29 November-1 December 2012, Chiang Rai, Thailand, 7 p.
  14. Pornpimol Chongphaisal; Morrakot Raweewan; and Yau Yan Wong (2012). Developing emotional intelligence of people through meditation based on a research at a primary school in Thailand. In Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Business and Information (BAI 2012) [CD-ROM], 3-5 July 2012, Sapporo, Japan, pp. G416-G426.
  15. Wilasini Chanadee; Chanokpim Chanudomporn; Kanokporn Tangkittipong; and Morrakot Raweewan (2011). Opportunity and value development for Thai bananas, International Proceedings of Economics Development and Research (IPEDR): Proceedings of 2011 International Conference on Economics and Business Information (ICEBI 2011), 28-29 May 2011, Bangkok, Thailand, Vol. 9 (2011), pp. 62-67.