Dr J. Lemuel MARTIN

Research Fellow

Dr. J. Lemuel Martin is a Research Fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Advanced Research & Education in Singapore (CARES) and the Energy Research Institute at Nanyang Technological University (ERI@N), where his work centers on the development of business models for green technologies and analysis of decarbonization pathways.

He earned his PhD in Operations Management from Nanyang Business School (NBS) at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, focusing on the use of operations management methods to assess and provide actionable insights on humanitarian-related issues with prominent behavioral components, such as in-kind donations management, panic buying, and ad-hoc disaster response.

He has also worked on other related topics such as school feeding program evaluation and the incorporation of customer psychology in queuing models. His work has employed the use of game theory, inventory theory, stochastic processes, optimization, economics, heuristics, and simulation.

Singapore - NTU



Research Interest

- Corporate Sustainability
- Sustainable Operations
- Humanitarian and Development Operations
- Behavioral Operations
- Game Theory
- Optimisation

Key Publications

Google Scholar Link

Martin, J. L. (2021). Essays on material flow management during disasters : material convergence and panic buying. Doctoral thesis, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

E.D. Miro, J.L. Martin, L. Lopez, J. Sescon, C. Oracion, J. Loanzon. (2018). A Supply Chain Profile of a School-based Feeding Program using the Centralized Kitchen Model. International Journal of Technology, 9(7), 1394–1404.