Nail Tahirov is a research associate at the Chair of Sustainable Operations Management. Furthermore he is a PhD candidate at the Production and Supply Chain Management institution of the Technical University of Darmstadt. His educational background is in industrial engineering. He has been involved in many consultancy projects and corporate education initiatives. His primary research interests include omni-channel supply chains, sustainable operations management, scheduling and inventory control problems.



Omni-channel distribution network design for an encroaching manufacturer
Tahirov, N., Akhundov, N., Emde, S. & Glock C.H. (2022). submitted manuscript

An integrated inventory model for multi-product, multi-level supply chain with loss sharing
Sultanov, F., Tahirov, N., Glock, C.H. & Hasanov, P. (2022). working paper  

Optimal scheduling of waitstaff with different experience levels at a restaurant chain
Akhundov, N., Tahirov, N. & Glock, C.H. (2022). INFORMS Journal on Applied Analytics (INTERFACE).

Manufacturer encroachment and channel conflicts: A systematic review of the literature
Tahirov, N.
 & Glock, C.H. (2022). European Journal of Operational Research


Routing automated lane-guided transport vehicles in a warehouse handling returns
Emde, S., Tahirov, N., Gendreau, M., Glock, C.H. (2020). European Journal of Operational Research


Four-level closed loop supply chain with remanufacturing
Jaber, M., Hasanov, P. & Tahirov, N. (2018). Applied Mathematical Modelling


Optimization of closed-loop supply chain of multi-items with returned subassemblies
Tahirov, N., Hasanov, P. & Jaber, M. (2016).International Journal of Production Economics