Anchal Patil  

Operations Management & Quantitative Techniques
Assistant Professor

Anchal Patil  



Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

Operations and Supply Chain


Master of Technology

Indian Institute of
Technology Delhi

Industrial Engineering


Bachelor of

National Institute of
Technology Kurukshetra

Industrial Engineering
and Management


Anchal Patil  



Assistant Professor

2023 - Current 

Christ University 

Assistant Professor

Feb 2022 - Feb 2023


Business Analyst

Jan 2016 - Dec 2016

Anchal Patil  

Dr. Anchal Patil is a scholar in the field of Operations and Supply Chain. He has a PhD from Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi. His research interests include application of simulation, optimization, and MCDM methods to improve supply chain performance. His PhD focuses on the performance improvement of disaster relief operations. Anchal has published several research papers related to transportation and humanitarian work in reputed journals, including the Business Strategy and the Environment (BSE), International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management (IJPDLM), International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (IJDDR), the International Journal of Logistic Management (IJLM), and Computer & Industrial Engineering (CIE). He has also reviewed manuscripts from several reputed journals, including the Journal of Cleaner Production and Computers & Industrial Engineering. Earlier, he was working as an assistant professor in the area of Lean Operations and Systems at CHRIST University, Bengaluru, India. Anchal has also worked with Genpact Pvt. Ltd. He holds degrees of M. Tech from IIT Delhi and B. Tech from NIT Kurukshetra in Industrial Engineering.

Anchal Patil  

Journal Articles 

    1. Patil A et al. 2023, A study to forecast healthcare capacity dynamics in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Emerald, ABDC A, ABS 2, Impact Factor (IF) : 8.6. Link:

    2. Patil A et al. 2023, Examining the interactions among smart supply chains and carbon reduction strategies: To attain carbon neutrality, Business Strategy and the Environment, Wiley, ABS 3, ABDC A, IF - 13.4. Link:

    3. Patil A et al. 2023, An integrated framework for digitalization of humanitarian supply chains in post COVID-19 era, International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, Elsevier, ABDC A, IF - 4.8. Link:

    4. Patil A et al. 2023, Big data-Industry 4.0 readiness factors for sustainable supply chain management: Towards circularity, Computers & Industrial Engineering, Elsevier, ABS 2, ABDC A, IF- 5.4. Link:

    5. Patil A et al. 2023, A framework to evaluate the temporary hospital locations in wake of COVID-19 pandemic: Implications to healthcare operations, Operations Management Research, Springer, ABS 1, ABDC C, IF - 9. Link:

    6. Patil A et al. 2021, Material Convergence Issue in the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain during a Disease Outbreak, International Journal of Logistics Management, Emerald, ABS 1, ABDC A, IF - 5.66. Link:

    7. Patil A et al. 2022, Advancement of performance measurement system in the Humanitarian Supply Chain, Expert Systems With Applications, Elsevier, ABS 1, ABDC C, IF - 6.95. Link:

    8. Patil A et al. 2021, Barriers to Sustainability in Humanitarian Medical Supply Chain, Sustainable Production & Consumption, Elsevier, IF - 5.03. Link:

    9. Patil A et al. 2020, Modelling performance measurement barriers of humanitarian supply chain, International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, Emerald, ABS 1, ABDC B, CiteScore -3.4. Link:

    10. Agrawal D et al.2022 Impediments of product recovery in circular supply chains: Implications for business sustainability, Sustainable Development, Wiley, ABDC C, IF – 8.5. Link:

    11. Dwivedi A et al. 2021, Analysis of recovery measures for sustainable freight transportation, Journal of Asia Business Studies, ABDC C, CiteScore – 4.2. Link:

    12. Patil A et al. 2020, An integrated approach to model the Blockchain implementation barriers in Humanitarian Supply Chain, Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing, Emerald, ABDC C, CiteScore -3.1. Link:

    13. Shardeo V et al. 2020, Critical Success Factors for Blockchain Technology Adoption in Freight Transportation using Fuzzy ANP - Modified TISM Approach, International Journal of Information Technology & Decision Making, World Scientific, ABDC C, IF- 2.2. Link:

Anchal Patil  

  1. Paper entitled Patil et al. (2021), Humanitarian Logistics Performance Improvement Model using Blockchain Approach. Proceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Singapore, March 7-11, 2021.
  1. Extended abstract entitled Patil et al. (2020), Simulation optimization approach for reconfiguration of the perishable food supply chain during disease outbreak. Proceedings of Winter Simulation conference 2020.  
  1. Abstract entitled Patil et al. (2021), Spatial agent-based modelling to access the disease infection risk in Food Supply Chain presented in the Productions and Operations Management 2021 conference held virtually during April 30 – May 5, 2021.
  1. Abstract entitled Patil A; Madaan, J. (2019). A study on the Enterprise Approach for the Humanitarian Supply Chain using Agent-Based simulation presented in the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management 2019 conference held at Marina Bay Sand, Singapore during July 1-2, 2019. Tool used: AnyLogic  
  1. Paper entitled Shardeo et al. (2021), Analysis of Grey Model for Container Traffic Forecasting at Indian Major Ports. Proceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management Singapore, March 7-11, 2021.

  2. Abstract entitled Patil A; Madaan, J. (2018). Agent-Based Modelling Approach for Planning Humanitarian Supply Chain: Learnings from Kerala Flood in the XXII International Conference of the Society of Operations Management 2018 held at IIM Kozhikode, India. Tool used: AnyLogic