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Dr. Claver Diallo


P.Eng, MASc., Ph.D.


Dr. Diallo Ph.D., P.Eng., is Professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.  He has taught at Dalhousie University since October 2007. He holds a Ph.D. and a Master of Applied Science degree in Industrial Engineering, and a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Laval University, Quebec, Canada. He is a senior member of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineering (IISE), a member of the Canadian Operational Research Society (CORS) and a member of Engineers Nova Scotia. His current research is focused on production and distribution systems design within the Industry 4.0 context which includes hyperconnected logistics networks, smart production planning and control, sustainable supply chain management, and reliability engineering & predictive maintenance.

Fields of Research
  • Remanufacturing / Decarbonization / Sustainability

  • Maintenance 4.0 (Predictive maintenance, ML and Prognostics models)

  • Advanced Logistics / Closed-loop supply chain / Physical Internet

  • Optimization of large-scale resource-constrained projects (RCPSP)

Additional Info

Online Profiles


Google Scholar


Current Students

Zhuojun Liu  (Post-Doc, co-supervised)

Ryan O’Neil (PhD, co-supervised)

Hamzea Al-Jabouri (PhD, co-supervised)

Yun Yin (MASc, co-supervised)

Hyojae Kim  (MASc, co-supervised)

Past Students

Abolfazl Gharaei  (Post-Doc, co-supervised)

Mark Manser  (MASc)

Cecil Ash (MASc, co-supervised)

Eric Bertrand  (MASc, co-supervised)

Sanjay Prabhu  (MASc, co-supervised)

Paul Jobinpicard  (MASc, co-supervised)

Sinno Jamil (MASc, co-supervised)

Noel Samuel (MASc, co-supervised)

Fatemeh Mortazavi (MASc, co-supervised)


Ship Refit Optimizer Project – Thales Digital Solutions and Scale AI

FMF Cape Scott (RCN)

Jazz Aviation LP

Divert Nova Scotia



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