Dr Kamran Mahroof is an Associate Professor in Supply Chain Analytics and leads the MSc Applied Artificial Intelligence and Data Analytics programme at the School of Management, University of Bradford. Prior to academia, Kamran held several industry roles within logistics and supply chain, which helped shape his research interests. He actively researches in the areas of technology adoption and sustainable supply chains and regularly appears on national TV.
As well as publishing in leading peer-reviewed journals, such as Journal of Business Research, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management and International Journal of Production Economics, his research also features on reputable media outlets such as The World Economic Forum, BBC and The Conversation. Recent projects led by Kamran include exploring the feasibility of establishing a local farm-to-fork supply chain for the Bradford district, as well as evaluating and mapping Bradford’s food economy. Through his research and knowledge transfer activities, which range from Halal meat procurement, regenerative farming, Agritech adoption opportunities and farm-to-fork traceability, Kamran aims to offer further diversity and research-led perspectives which can help benefit the work of the FixOurFood commission.