Contact Dana Abu-Abdoun


Dana Ideisan Abu-Abdoun is a Doctoral student in the School of Management at Cranfield University, specializing in Logistics, Procurement, and Supply Chain Management. Awarded a full scholarship for her Ph.D., Dana is conducting groundbreaking research on the adoption of additive manufacturing in supply chain management, with a focus on developing a robust decision support system.

Prior to embarking on her doctoral journey, Dana completed an MSc degree in Engineering Management at the University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, in 2022 - a pursuit also supported by a scholarship. This MSc program laid the foundation for her understanding of the interplay between engineering principles and management strategies.

With an impressive blend of academic and professional experiences, Dana brings a unique perspective to her current research. She has accumulated five years of experience in academia, contributing to the field through both teaching and research. Alongside this, Dana also boasts three years of industry experience, where she applied practical and theoretical knowledge in real-world settings, further enriching her academic endeavors.

At Cranfield University, Dana continues to distinguish herself through her commitment to advancing the understanding of how cutting-edge technologies like additive manufacturing can revolutionize supply chain management. Her work not only promises to contribute significantly to academic literature but also aims to offer tangible solutions to contemporary supply chain challenges.

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Supply Chain Management, Additive Manufacturing, Data Mining, Artificial Neural Networks, Product Design and Development


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