Course – Quantitative Modelling and Analysis of Supply Chains

December 3, 2014 10.00 - 16.00

This course is part of the Graduate Program Operations Management & Logistics (GP-OML), a joint program of PhD courses by KNAW-accredited Research Schools TRAIL and Beta, and is powered by Dinalog.

Objectives
• Students will learn to develop models of supply chains under different modelling assumptions;
• Students will understand the implications of alternative modelling assumptions;
• Students will be able able to mathematically analyze supply chains under specific structural assumptions (serial, convergent, divergent);
• Students get an appreciation of the open questions regarding optimal strategies for multi-item multi-echelon inventory systems.

Please find more information in the attached document.

Location: Dinalog Schiphol
Event Type: TRAIL OML course
Lecturer: Prof. Ton de Kok

ECTS: 1 (attendance) / 4 (with assignment)

TUD GS credits: 2 (attendance) / 5 (with assignment)

Time: 10.00 – 16.00 h.

Location: Dinalog Schiphol

Participation: free for TRAIL- and Beta PhD students, others please contact the TRAIL Office.

Registration: via www.gp-oml.nl

Attachments: Quantative Modelling (Download 80 kb)

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