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teaches in the master’s programme logistics of the RWTH Aachen and the Haus der Technik food In July 2013 a recognized expert of the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in the extra-occupational master degree will teach for the first time logistics of the Faculty of Economics of the RWTH Aachen and the Haus der Technik. “Professor Felipe Caro from the Anderson School of management, UCLA is by 24 Jul26 Jul to 27.07.2013 the complete a total of 30 hours module of logistics management” in the Haus der Technik in Essen in English language teaching. The German post office chair for optimization of distribution networks headed by Professor H.-J. Sebastian works approximately 15 years of experience in research with the decisions, operations and technology management group of the Anderson School of management. In this context have the doctor honoris causa of the RWTH Aachen University, Professor A. Geoffrion, and Professor H.-j..

Sebastian prepared a cooperation between RWTH Aachen University and UCLA in the extra-occupational master degree in logistics, under which, several professors of the Anderson School of management will teach at the Haus der Technik in food. Professor Caro Let’s start with. He was awarded his PhD by the with. Since 2005 he is a professor at the Anderson School of management, UCLA. The research interests of Professor Caro lie in relation to the decision in uncertainty and applications in practice. With the results of its research projects in cooperation with the company Zara, he reached the final round of the Edelman Award in 2009 and is thus Franz Edelman Award winner. At the Anderson School of management, UCLA professor Caro teaches including operations and technology management, stochastic models in operations management and global supply chain management. The module “logistics management” in the master’s program, logistics of the RWTH Aachen and the Haus der Technik includes inter alia the following topics: introduction to supply chain management, matching supply and demand, designing global logistics networks, supply chain contracts, supply chain risk management, as well as the processing of case studies (from Walmart, Zara, and Amazon).

The four-day event is open for specialists and executives from logistics generally. You can also independently of the Visit course logistics.

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