Dr Anil Kumar joins the prestigious journal Heliyon Information Science, which publishes research in the fields of archival science, museology, library science and information science.
Date: 31 October 2022
London Met’s Dr Anil Kumar has joined the prestigious journal Heliyon Information Science as an Associate Editor.
The journal, which is published by Elsevier, is dedicated to publishing valuable research in the fields of archival science, museology, library science and information science. With an impact factor of 3.776, the journal is indexed in PubMed, Scopus, and Web of Science™ Science Citation Index Expanded™ (SCIE).
It publishes contributions across all areas of information science, in the form of articles reporting results of primary research (positive or negative), describing new methods, research tools, or datasets, as well as systematic, scoping, and literature reviews.
Anil joined the Guildhall School of Business and Law in August 2020 as a Senior Lecturer in Operations, Supply Chain and Business Analytics area.
His research focuses on sustainability, sustainable supply chains, sustainable development, circular economy, industry 4.0 (the fourth industrial revolution) and human capital in supply chain and operations. He also contributes to the teaching and supervision of students in their various research projects and scholarly activities.
Anil has contributed to more than 125 research articles in CABS, ABDC and SCI indexed journals. He's been awarded the best research papers at various international conferences including the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management in 2020, the European International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management in 2019 and the National Conference at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Roorkee in 2013.
He's also published eight books in the areas of sustainable procurement, circular economy and business analytics. Recent research by Stanford University and Elsevier showed him to be one of the top 2% most cited academics in the world, along with four other academics from London Met.