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Logistical Information Systems

Course only in German

Hours per Week:

4

Credit Points:

5

Prerequisites:

Course contents of modules and sub-modules Fundamentals of Business Administration, Supply Chain Management, Methods of Decision Support

Type of Course:

Lecture with lab

Frequency (WS/SS):

Wintersemester

Work Load:

150 hours:
65 contact hours,
60 hours for preparation, review and training/learning of course contents,
25 hours for preparation for exams

Study Programme Goals:

Knowledge of basic principles, utilization of concepts and appraisal of fields of application of logistical information and communication systems

Course Goals:

  • Autonomously analyse complex logistical system and flow structures and classify them scientifically
  • Select, apply and where necessary refine operational optimisation models for logistical configuration and control problems considering existing interdependencies between decisions
  • Analytically assess innovative concepts and methods of logistics and critically reflect and judge their applicability and limitations
  • Model and quantify interdependencies for optimising calculations and simulation studies

Key Qualifications:

Ability to understand complex and cross-linked systems, learning from examples, ability to transfer knowledge and methods

Course Contents:

The following application areas are discussed:

  • Levels of decision, coordination and execution within the computer aided business logistics
  • Innovative logistical concepts and strategies (e.g. supply chain management, quick response logistics, postponement strategies)
  • Types of information and communication systems (e.g. enterprise ressource planning systems, advanced planning systems)
  • Fields of application and case studies
    (e.g. route planning, inventory control, location planning)

Literature:

  • Chopra, S., Meindl, S., Supply Chain Management: Strategy, Planning and Operation, 6. Aufl., Upper Saddle River 2015, Prentice Hall
  • Law, A.M., Kelton, W.D., Simulation Modeling and Analysis, 5. Aufl., New York et al. 2014, McGraw-Hill
  • Scheja, J., Interaktives Bestandsmanagement im Hochleistungsgroßhandel, Wiesbaden 2001, Gabler
  • Silver, E.A., Pyke, D.F., Peterson, R., Inventory Management and Production Planning and Scheduling, 3. Aufl., New York et al. 1998, John Wiley & Sons
  • Tempelmeier, H., Material-Logistik: Modelle und Algorithmen für die Produktionsplanung und -steuerung in Advanced Planning-Systemen, 7. Aufl., Heidelberg 2008, Springer

Assessment/Examination:

Written exam (90 min)

Auxiliary Means:


Lecturer(s):

Prof. Dr. Scheja





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