Miguel Rodríguez García is a Postdoctoral Associate of the Omnichannel Supply Chain Lab at MIT CTL. He has knowledge on all aspects of SCM including Procurement, Warehousing, Manufacturing and Transportation with a focus on e-commerce and omnichannel logistics. He has collaborated with over 25 industry leaders through applied research projects with direct, positive economic impact throughout his career. Currently he's carrying state-of-the-art research with the Omnichannel Supply Chain Lab about the future of supply chains and warehousing due to the growth of e-commerce and technology developments.
He received his PhD on E-grocery Supply Chain Management from the Industrial Engineering School at the University of Vigo, Spain, in 2021. His PhD work aimed to serve as a guide so that omnichannel retailers in the e-grocery industry can choose the most suitable e-fulfillment strategies from a cost perspective.
He also works in digital learning, supporting the development, research and management of the MITx MicroMasters Program in Supply Chain Management.