Nguyen Canh Lam

School: School of Business & Management
Department: Business Innovation
Position: Lecturer
Location: RMIT Saigon South
Email: lam.nguyencanh@rmit.edu.vn
Phone: (+84) 988668829
ORCID: 0000-0002-5894-3808

Before working at RMIT Vietnam, Dr. Lam Nguyen was Vice Dean of International School of Education, Vietnam Maritime University, who in charge of school academic activities. He also taught a variety of logistics related subjects, research methods & design and business statistics.

  • PhD of Transport & Maritime Economics, Faculty of Applied Economics, University of Antwerp, Belgium

  • Master of Science in Transport and Maritime Economics 

  • Institute of Transport and Maritime Management Antwerp (ITMMA), University of Antwerp, Belgium

  • Master of Science of International Transportation Management, Maritime College, State University of New York, USA 

  • Bachelor of Navigation Engineering, Vietnam Maritime University, Vietnam

Transportation & Freight Logistics; Warehouse & Distribution Channels; Operation Management; Business Information System

Transport and maritime economics & management; logistics and supply chain management; shipping; ports and hinterland connection

Dr. Lam Nguyen’s research align to the Logistics & SCM Cluster.

  • Bachkar, K., & Nguyen, L. C. (2021). A conceptual model for benchmarking transhipment ports: the case of Tangier-Med and Algeciras Bay. International Journal of Logistics Systems and Management, 40(4), 525-540.
  • Nguyen, L. C., Thai, V. V., Nguyen, D. M., & Tran, M. D. (2021). Evaluating the role of dry ports in the port-hinterland settings: Conceptual framework and the case of Vietnam. The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics.
  • Nguyen, L. C., Dinh, G. H., & Pham, V. T. (2021). Evaluating Vietnamese seafarer’s competence: an empirical research from a multi-criteria approach. WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs, 1-21.
  • Nguyen, L. C., Thai, V. V., Nguyen, D. M., & Nguyen, S. C. (2020). ‘An examination of the interrelation between seaports and dry ports in developing countries: the case of Vietnam’. World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research, 9(4), 334-357.
  • Nguyen, L. C., & Notteboom, T. (2019). The relations between dry port characteristics and regional port-hinterland settings: findings for a global sample of dry ports. Maritime Policy & Management, 46(1), 24-42.
  • Nguyen, L. C., & Notteboom, T. (2017). Public-private partnership model selection for dry port development: an application to Vietnam. World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research, 6(3), 229-250.
  • Nguyen, L. C., & Notteboom, T. (2016). ‘A multi-criteria approach to dry port location in developing economies with application to Vietnam’. The Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics. Vol. 32, No. 1, pp.23-32.
  • Nguyen, L. C., & Notteboom, T. (2016). ‘Dry ports as extensions of maritime deep-sea ports: a case study of Vietnam’. Journal of International Logistics and Trade. Vol.14, No. 1, pp.65-88.  
  • Principal researcher of the inland logistics node project funded by Vietnam National Foundation for Science and Technology Development (NAFOSTED) under grant number 502.99-2019.20, from 2019 to 2021. 
  • Second prize in Vietnam student research competition with the topic “Using AIS system and digital chart in traffic management at Vietnam seaports”, 2009.

  • Certificates of merit from Vietnamese Central Communist Youth Union and Central Committee of Vietnam Student Association by 2006 and 2009 for excellent contribution to community service. 

  • 2021 – Now: Lecturer Logistics & Supply Chain Management at RMIT University Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh
  • 2020 – Now: Visiting Lecturer Master program of International Logistics and Transport at International Education and Cooperation Institute, University of Transport Ho Chi Minh
  • 2019 – 2021: Vice Dean of International School of Education, Vietnam Maritime University
  • 2009 – 2021: Lecturer at Vietnam Maritime University, Vietnam