|Teaching method||Contact hours|
|Course coordinator(s)||dr. R Haijema|
|Lecturer(s)||dr. KGJ Pauls-Worm|
|dr. D Krushynskyi|
|dr. R Haijema|
|Examiner(s)||dr. R Haijema|
|dr. KGJ Pauls-Worm|
Language of instruction:
Assumed knowledge on:
ORL-20306 Decision Science 1.
This course broadens and deepens the knowledge and skills acquired in ORL-20306 Decision Science 1.
The global aim is to learn to deal with new (difficult) models and algorithms. The focus of the course is on supporting logistical decision processes in an industrial environment by means of quantitative models and techniques.
Long-term as well as short-term management/control of good-flows and required production factors are studied. Some of the topics: location-allocation problems (strategic control level), production planning and inventory management (tactical control level), capacity and revenue management, routing problems (operational control level), non-linear and dynamic programming, and simulation-based optimization.
After successful completion of this course students are expected to be able to:
- classify typical decision problems in logistics;
- deduce a quantitative model for presented decision problems in logistics;
- judge which technique and algorithm is appropriate to solve the formulated problem;
- apply (newly) provided algorithms to calculate a solution to a provided decision problem;
- evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of algorithms.
- studying the literature;
- acquiring knowledge, skills and insight by active participation in the tutorials;
- making exercises and acquiring skills by active participation in the tutorials and practicals.
The written open book exam has to be passed with a score equal or higher than 50 out of 90 points. With the practicals 10 points maximum can be obtained. Written exam + practicals = max 100 points.
Admission condition to the written exam: sufficient assessment of the practicals during the course.
Ghiani G, Laporte G, Musmanno R. (2013). Introduction to logistics systems management, 2nd ed. Wiley. 478 p. ISBN-10: 1119943388; ISBN-13: 978-1119943389.
Claassen, G.D.H., Hendriks, Th.H.B., Hendrix E.M.T. (eds.), 2007. Decision Science, Theory and applications. Chapters 7, (8), 11 and 12.
Reader Computer Practical's Operations Research and Logistics (Brightspace).
Slides and supporting material (Brightspace)
|Compulsory for:||MFQ||Food Quality Management||MSc||B: Quality and Food Logistics||6MO|
|Restricted Optional for:||MME||Management, Economics and Consumer Studies||MSc||D: Management in Life Sciences||6MO|
|MME||Management, Economics and Consumer Studies||MSc||A: Business Studies||6MO|