Seminar on Design, Management and Optimization of Processes in Industry and Services


The mission of the seminar is to offer different perspectives on the design, management and optimisation of processes in industry and services by well-known researchers and industry experts. Below there is a list of the last seminars.


01.06.202017:15On-lineCustomer Service en Supply ChainFrancisco Guerrero, HEINEKEN Spain
02.03.202016:00Room 217 - School of EngineeringHow to reduce the patients’ waiting time in an Oncology Department: A real case studyRoberto Corsini, University of Catania, Italy
05.06.201917:15Room 217 - School of EngineeringThe bullwhip effect and the variability trade-off in circular economy supply chainsBorja Ponte, The Open University, United KIngdom
21.01.201917:00Room 108 - School of EngineeringScheduling & design of manufacturing systems/Industrial engineering techniques in healthcareAntonio Costa, DICAR, University of Catania, Italy
06.07.201810:00Room 108 - School of EngineeringIndustry 4.0 and its application in the semiconductor industryKan Wu, Division of System and Engineering Management, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
04.06.201817:00Room 108 - School of EngineeringDesign and Planning Supply Chains Towards SustainabilityAna Póvoa, Department of Engineering and Management, Instituto Superior Técnico, University of Lisbon
05.04.201810:00Room 109 - School of EngineeringOptimization problems in semiconductor supply chainsLars Moench, Chair of Enterprise-wide Software Systems, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Hagen
26.02.201812:30Room 108 - School of EngineeringSome contributions to the production scheduling problemsBruno de Athayde Prata, Department of Industrial Engineering, Federal University of Ceará, Brazil
09.02.201811:00Room 109 - School of EngineeringThe influence of diverse processing times in permutation flow shop schedulingKathrin Maassden, ABWL und Operations Management, University of Duisburg-Essen