City College
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Sheffield, UK
Main Campus, Thessaloniki, Greece

Dr Adrian Solomon


Academic Position


Academic Qualifications

PhD in Sustainable Supply Chains (University of Sheffield, 2016)

BSc in Computer Science (University of Sheffield, 2012)

Office 3 Leontos Sofou Street, Thessaloniki, Greece
Office Hours

Monday 13:00 - 14:30

Tuesday 18:00 - 20:00

Thursday 18:00 - 20:00

However any other time may be suitable with an email request. As well, even for the given office hours, appointments by email are preferred.

Telephone +30 2310 528 450
Skype adrian-solomon
Twitter @adriano_solomon

Adrian Solomon holds a PhD in Environmentally Sustainable Supply Chains and a first class degree in Computer Science, both from the University of Sheffield, UK. He has built working experience over the past years in the following positions: Project manager at the South East European Research Centre (Thessaloniki, Greece); Project manager at the Advanced Resource Efficiency Centre (Sheffield, United Kingdom) and Innovation Developer at Business Objectives Consulting Group (Vienna, Austria).

His main tasks:

  • Management and implementation of low carbon and digital projects
  • Industry engagement through R&D projects
  • Application for funding to acquire new projects
  • Delivering lectures on supply chain & operations management (MSc and BSc levels) as well as student supervision



CBE3113 - Logistics & Supply Chain Management (3rd Level UG)

CBE6102 - Operations & Process Management (MSc)


Research Interests

His main interests are in the areas of:

  • Environmentally sustainable and resilient supply chains
  • Technologies for resilient and low carbon decision making
  • Business process modelling: Lifecycle assessment and CO2 impact mapping
  • Investigation of institutional interactions to enable the implementation of low carbon supply chains practices
  • Co-creation of policy makers, industry, innovation, society and environment to support low carbon supply chain practices


Selected publications (overall more than 20):

Solomon, A., Ketikidis, P. H., & Siavalas, F. (2017). Institutional Co-Creation Interfaces for Innovation Diffusion during Disaster Management. Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy – Special Issue – Managing the Triple Helix, 5(1), 77–95.

Battini, D., Choudhary, A., Isolan, I., Shankar, R., Solomon, A., & Tiwari, M. K. (2016). Carbon Trading Systems in the international setting: analysis and critical comparison. In International Conference on Green Supply Chain, 10-13 July. London, UK.

Solomon, A., & Ketikidis, P. H. (2016). Empirical evidence for Quintuple Helix Co-Creation Towards Solving the Challenge of Low Carbon and Resilient Supply Chains under Innovative Theoretical Model Convergence. In XIV International Triple Helix Conference, 25-27 September. Heidelberg, Germany.

Solomon, A., Choudhary, A., & Ketikidis, P. H. (2015). Drivers and Barriers to Green Freight Transportaiton: Industry Evidence from UK and India. In 20th International Symposium in Logistics. Bologna, Italy.