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Guillaume Lamé received an MSc in Design Engineering from CentraleSupelec (France) in 2014, with a thesis on sustainable construction. He then obtained a PhD in Industrial Engineering from CentraleSupelec in 2017. During his PhD, he applied different types of systems modelling approaches (e.g. Soft Systems Methodology, Discrete Event Simulation) to improve patient flows in an outpatient oncology unit.
During that period, he was also a teaching assistant in innovation management, project management and complex systems engineering.
Guillaume’s research interests include the transfer and adaptation of systems approaches to healthcare settings, innovation engineering, and the process and logic of improvement science.
Lamé, Guillaume, Oualid Jouini, and Julie Stal-Le Cardinal. 2016. “Outpatient Chemotherapy Planning: A Literature Review with Insights from a Case Study.” IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering 6 (3): 127–39. doi:10.1080/19488300.2016.1189469.
Lamé, Guillaume, Oualid Jouini, Julie Stal-Le Cardinal, Muriel Verlinde-Carvalho, Christophe Tournigand, and Pierre Wolkenstein. 2016. “Patient-Hospital Communication: A Platform to Improve Outpatient Chemotherapy.” In Proceedings of the 2016 Winter Simulation Conference. Washington, DC, USA : IEEE.
Lamé, Guillaume, Yann Leroy, and Bernard Yannou. 2017. “Ecodesign Tools in the Construction Sector: Analyzing Usage Inadequacies with Designers’ Needs.” Journal of Cleaner Production. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.01.173.