Dr. Serasu Duran

Assistant Professor, University of Calgary

supply chain management, operations management, sustainability, energy access, renewable energy, rural energy, remote Northern energy, disruptive technologies


Dijon mustard is hard to find in France and Canada is partly to blame

Four ways to manage food supply chain crisis

Why renewable energy ‘mini-grids’ in remote communities fail and how to avoid it

Alberta posts highest construction levels in years, but supply chain woes impede projects

Fires, floods and food sovereignty: facing climate disasters and finding hope in northwest B.C.

The new cost of construction

'Solar trash tsunami': How solar power is driving a looming environmental crisis


Dr. Serasu Duran is an assistant professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management at Haskayne School of Business. Her research centers on investigating the impacts and operational aspects of new and disruptive technologies on existing supply chains, with a focus on the energy industry and electricity markets. She is particularly interested in working on research questions motivated by real-life challenges that can guide policy. Prior to joining Haskayne, she completed her PhD studies at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.


  • supply chain management
  • operations management
  • sustainability
  • energy access
  • renewable energy
  • rural energy
  • remote Northern energy
  • disruptive technologies