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美国田纳西大学Mingzhou Jin教授来我院授课并作学术报告的预告
来源:控制学院   发布日期:2017/5/31

美国田纳西大学工业工程专业主任Mingzhou Jin教授于2017-6-42017-6.16日来我们控制学院,为物流工程系的研究生授课,并针对全院物流师生作物流供应链的学术报告。授课地点为工训楼205房间,报告地点为控制学院三层报告厅。Jin教授简介、授课内容和报告内容分别如下:

Jin教授简介:

Dr. Mingzhou Jin is the Professor and Associate Head of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville (UTK). He is directing both the Logistics, Transportation, and Supply Chain Engineering (LTS) lab and the Reliability and Maintainability Engineering (RME) program for the Tickle College of Engineering. He has done more than forty funded projects in the areas of optimization, logistics and supply chain management, transportation, economic and life-cycle analysis, data analytics and advanced manufacturing with the total funding for more than $6M. As an affiliated researcher, he has been working closely with various research groups at the Oak Ridge National lab, such as manufacturing, transportation analysis, and climate change groups. He is currently the president of the Logistics and Supply Chain division of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers and was the president of the Engineering Economy division in 2015. He is serving as the associate editor of Advanced and Sustainable Manufacturing for the Journal of Cleaner Production and serving in the editorial boards of the Engineering Economists and the International Journal of Production Economics. Over the last ten years, he has published more than forty papers in SCI journals. Dr. Jin won 2017 Dr. Kenneth E. Kirby Endowed Faculty Award, 2016 ISERC Conference's Best Paper award for the Engineering Economic Analysis Track, the 2016 College of Engineering Outstanding Advisor Award, 2015 the College of Engineering Teaching Fellow award, and 2014 Annual IIE Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Logistics and Supply Chain.

授课内容:

 Course Objectives and Outcomes:

The goal is to give students an overall introduction on various engineering and management issues dealing with supply chain operations of a manufacturing or service company. Specifically, the course will:

·   Introduce issues involved in the relatively new and growing area of supply chain management, especially global supply chain.

·   Provide solution techniques to some of these problems.

·   Develop an understanding of the tradeoffs inherent in supply chain management and study quantitative analysis tools required to address these tradeoffs.

·   Develop familiarity with the techniques currently used throughout industry in addressing the many complex supply chain problems.

 

Lecture/Activity

Lecture 1: Supply Chain Definition, Performance, and Drivers

Lecture 2: Supply Chain Network Design

Lecture 3: Planning Demand and Supply              

Lecture 4: Inventory Management in Supply Chain

Lecture 5: Supply Chain Coordination

Lecture 6: Transportation in a Supply Chain

Papers Discussion (three papers in relevant areas):

Supply Chain Network Design: M. Jin, N.A. Granda-Marulanda, and I. Down, “The Impact of Carbon Policies on Supply Chain Design and Logistics of a Major Retailer,” the Journal of Cleaner Production, 85, pp. 453-461, 2014.

Transportation: M. Jin, S. Eksioglu, B. Eksioglu and H. Wang, “Mode Selection for Automotive Distribution with Quantity Discounts,” Networks and Spatial Economics, 10 (1), pp. 1-13, 2010.

Coordination: M. Jin and S. D. Wu, “Capacity Reservation Contracts for High-Tech Industry,” European Journal of Operational Research, 176 (3), pp. 1659-1677, 2007

报告内容:

Title: Supply Chain Transformation by Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (AM) can not only have impact on every part of traditional supply chain but also reconfigure the network of the whole supply chain. This talk will cover the topics of the identification of parts that are technically and economically suitable for additive manufacturing and supply chain network design, facility location, and inventory management after incorporating AM to improve responsiveness. Six barriers are identified to the business success of AM and possible solutions are provided for overcoming those barriers.