Dr Anna Ledwoch has joined DIAL in May 2017 as a Research Associate to work on Airline Performance and Disruption Management across Extended Networks (APEMEN) project. Her current focus is to apply data mining, machine learning and network science techniques to extract and predict delay patterns in airline networks.
She finished her PhD at Cranfield University under supervision of Dr Alexandra Brintrup and Professor Ashutosh Tiwari, where she linked supply network topology with its ability to absorb disruptions and recover using supply chain risk management strategies. She graduated in Computer Science from Cranfield University, UK and Silesian University of Technology, Poland.
Her research interests include: data analytics, machine learning, and dynamics of complex adaptive systems.
Ledwoch, A., Yasarcan, H., & Brintrup, A. (2018). The moderating impact of supply network topology on the effectiveness of risk management. International Journal of Production Economics, 197:13-26.
Ledwoch, A., Brintrup, A., Mehnen, J., & Tiwari, A. (2016). Systemic Risk Assessment in Complex Supply Networks. IEEE Systems Journal, doi: 10.1109/JSYST.2016.2596999