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- Winter term ❄
Kick-off: November 4th, 8 a.m. - 10 a.m; Zoom Meeting (Link in WueCampus)
Exercises: Wednesdays, 8 a.m. - 10 a.m; Zoom Meeting (Link in WueCampus)
Paper Deadline: February 21st, 12 p.m
Presentation Workshop: March 2nd , 2 - 6 p.m
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This Seminar is part of the Applied Analytics and Optimization module. As such we recommend to participate in the lecture Planen und Entscheiden. The lecture is taught in English.
Supply Chain Management is an area where many optimization problems have to be solved. In this seminar, students learn to (1) structure relevant decision problems in supply chain management, (2) build a practically relevant mathematical model, (3) implement and solve the problem with Microsoft™ Excel®, and (4) interpret the results. Although spread-sheet models (e.g. based on Excel) are not suitable for very large and data intense optimization problems in supply chain management, they offer an intuitive access to analytical problem solving and optimization, and do not require any programming skills. In practice, they oftentimes turn out to be very useful when quick and pragmatic problem solving is required.
The Chair of Logistics and Quantitative Methods offers supervision of internships for Bachelor students. Internships lasting for three weeks can be completed with 5 ECTS points without being graded. Six week (minimum) internships yield 10 ECTS points, whereby the following areas contribute to the final grade: internship report (50%), presentation (25%) and employer’s letter of reference (25%).
- The internship must be related to Logistics, Purchasing, or Supply Chain Management
- There is a person of contact, who accompanies the internship from the corporate side
- The company must provide a contract or written confirmation of the internship
In order to apply, please send all of the following information/documents (PDF files, if possible) per e-mail to our office (email@example.com):
- Internship contract or a written confirmation from company
- Short description of activities (if known, max. 5 lines)
- Name of company, department, and length of internship
- Your name, your e-mail address, and your matriculation number
- Your transcript of grades from wuestudy
- The formal requirements of the internship will be stipulated in the compulsory seminar: Scientific Work. The next date can be found here.
- for an internship of 3 to 6 weeks: appr. 10 pages
- for an internship of more than 6 weeks: appr. 15 pages
- Present company and department
- Describe work activities / project
- Depict and discuss work results
- Critically reflect on internship
- The internship report is not a chronological work report (as in vocational training programs). Therefore, relevant theories and academic literature should be integrated. The application and transfer of theories to practical situations is an important factor in the report’s evaluation.
Internship report submission: to be announced (as pdf to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Presentation of internship report: to be announced
Please register with your first and last name, your matriculation number and the seminar name "Seminar: Scientific Writing" via e-mail to our office (email@example.com).
Dates winter term 2020
Early Workshop: November, 27th, 14.00 -16.00, Zoom-Meeting (If you have not received the invitation, please contact Dr. Nikolai Stein)
Late Workshop: Febuary, 12th, 10.00-12.00, Zoom-Meeting (If you have not received the invitation, please contact Dr. Nikolai Stein)
For updates & changes: wuestudy
Please register with your first and last name, your matriculation number and the seminar name "Bachelor Seminar: Toyota Supply Chain Management" via e-mail to our office firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dates winter term 2019/20
This Seminar will not take place in Winter 2019/2020
Please download the syllabus for detailed information.