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LTU is involved in research around the field of supply chain covering all aspects of supplier – customer relations. The unit focuses not only on optimizing distribution networks, associates and fleet but also on production planning and control and business modeling. In particular the Unit specializes in:

  • Preparing Forecasting and Statistical Inventory Control studies using calculating algorithms
  • Composing Business Plans in support of innovative and non-business initiatives
  • Organizational studies in the area of industrial production
  • Preparing Benchmarking studies
  • Preparing optimization studies in the field of Logistics & Supply Chain Management with the use of Business Process Reengineering methods supported by advanced information technologies
  • Preparing Risk Management studies in the context of applying strategic business decisions
  • Feasibility Studies in the area of Quality Management Systems
  • Development of Business Reference Models to be applied as Business Blueprints assisting the installation of Information Systems in heterogeneous enterprises.
  • Development of analytical, heuristic and metaheuristic local search and artificial intelligence algorithms (genetics, simulated annealing, artificial immune systems) for dealing with a variety of both theoretical and practical operational research problems (job shop flow shop and open shop scheduling problems, travelling salesman problem and vehicle routing problems).
  • Knowledge Management methods aiming to business development and supply chain efficiency improvement
  • Development of Business Reference Models to assist Virtual Enterprises
  • Composing Prediction Market Algorithms
  • Data Mining Algorithms

 

The Logistic & Transporation Unit accepts a significant amount of students willing to carry out their diploma theses in the fields mentioned above. Students have also the opportunity to continue their projects in the doctorate level. The unit supports teaching of “Logistics” course offered by the School Of Mechanical Engineering

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