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Dr Ajeseun Jimo

Lecturer in Operations Management

Ajeseun Jimo 2


  • Technology Implementation, 
  • Operations Management, 
  • Supply Chain Management, 
  • Socio-technical Systems, 
  • Sustainability


Whiteknights campus

Dr Ajeseun Jimo has over 5-years experience in the implementation of Additive Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, and Sustainable Technologies in contemporary manufacturing and energy supply chains.

Dr. Ajeseun Jimo obtained his PhD in Business and Management from Nottingham University Business School, through the Vice Chancellors Research Excellence and Nottingham University Business School scholarships. He also obtained his Masters in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, with distinction, from the same institution. Prior to his Masters, Ajeseun worked for one of the largest banks in Nigeria, garnering 6 years of operations and marketing experience, which he brings to bear in his current research and teaching.

Ajeseun is passionate about advanced technologies (e.g. Additive Manufacturing (3D printing), Industry 4.0, Electric Vehicles and Charging infrastructure, District Heating, Heat pumps etc.) and the role that they play in transforming global supply chains. Through his research, Ajeseun has engaged with a wide array of industry stakeholders in Aerospace, Automotive, Energy and Marine supply chains and is keen to understand the Digital and sustainable transformations they are experiencing.

Reference: Jimo, A. , Balaganesh, C. and Jayasekara, D. C. (2023) Cross-country comparative analysis of digital manufacturing systems. In: Advances in Digital Manufacturing Systems. Springer, Cham, pp. 165-196. ISBN 9789811970702 doi:
Henley faculty authors:
Dr Ajeseun Jimo
Reference: Jimo, A. , Braziotis, C., Rogers, H. and Pawar, K. (2022) Additive manufacturing: a framework for supply chain configuration. International Journal of Production Economics, 253. 108592. ISSN 0925-5273 doi:
Henley faculty authors:
Dr Ajeseun Jimo
Reference: Braziotis, C. , Rogers, H. and Jimo, A. (2019) 3D printing strategic deployment: the supply chain perspective. Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 24 (3). pp. 397-404. ISSN 1359-8546 doi:
Henley faculty authors:
Dr Ajeseun Jimo
Reference: Jimo, A. , Braziotis, C., Rogers, H. and Pawar, K. (2019) Traditional vs additive manufacturing supply chain configurations: a comparative case study. Procedia Manufacturing, 39. pp. 765-774. ISSN 23519789 doi: (25th International Conference on Production Research Manufacturing Innovation: Cyber Physical Manufacturing August 9-14, 2019 | Chicago, Illinois (USA))
Henley faculty authors:
Dr Ajeseun Jimo

Module code: MM296

International Symposium on Logistics
Enschede, Netherlands | 9th July - 12th July 2023
Dr Jimo will be presenting a working paper investigating stakeholder relations in the context of energy transition, using district heating as a case study.