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Wednesday April 21, 2010 (Invited Speeches)

12:00 p.m. Lunch Snack
12:30 p.m. A Concept for an Accurate and Closely Coordinated Production
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. W. Dangelmaier (Heinz Nixdorf Institut)
12:55 p.m. Challenges of Lean Supply Chain Management in a Small Series
Dr. A. Köhler (Knorr-Bremse AG)
01:20 p.m. Coffee break
01:45 p.m. Product and Process Innovations for Sustainable Mobility
Prof. Dr.-Ing. H. A. Flegel (Daimler AG)
02:10 p.m. Process Efficiency for Global Market Supply
Dr.-Ing. E. Gericke (Festo AG & Co. KG)
02:35 p.m. Coffee break
03:00 p.m. Sustainable Logistic Processes at Miele to Supply International Markets –
Processes and Factors of Success
Dr.-Ing. S. Schwinning (Miele & Cie. KG)
03:25 p.m. Deceleration, Decoupling, Consolidation – Key Elements for more Sustainability in Logistics
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. W. Delfmann (University of Cologne)
03:50 p.m. Coffee break
04:15 p.m. Sustainable and Energy-Efficient Cross-Company Logistic Models – A Simulation Approach
Prof. Dr. W. Sihn (University of Vienna)
04:40 p.m. A Mesoscopic Approach to the Simulation of Logistics Systems
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Dr.-Ing. E.h. M. Schenk (Fraunhofer IFF)
05:05 p.m. Coffee break
05:30 p.m. Evaluating Supply Chain-Initiatives – Solutions to a Dilemma?
Prof. Dr. W. Stölzle (University of St. Gallen)
05:55 p.m. The Influence of Structural Changes on the Automotive Supply Chain
Dr. G. Klink (A.T. Kearney GmbH)
06:20 p.m. End
06:50 p.m. 1st bus transfer from the Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum
07:05 p.m. 2nd bus transfer from the Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum
07:20 p.m. 3rd bus transfer from the Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum
07:20 p.m. Bus transfer from the Welcome Hotel

Thursday April 22, 2010 (Track Chair Speeches)

08:30 a.m. Opening
09:00 a.m. A Conceptual Approach for Integrative Planning and Design of Logistics Structures and
Production Plants in Competence-Cell-Based Networks
Prof. Dr.-Ing. E. Müller (Chemnitz University of Technology)
09:20 a.m. Confronting Production Logistics‘ Perennial Conflicts
Prof. Dr. D. Van Oudheusden (KU Leuven)
09:40 a.m. Challenges for Provision of Time Management Data in the Factory
Prof. Dr.-Ing. G. Zülch (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
10:00 a.m. Application of Operations Research Techniques to the Redesign of
the Logistic Systems
Prof. Dr. J. Zak (Poznan University of Technology)
10:20 a.m. Simulation in Production and Logistics: Trends, Solutions and Applications
Prof. Dr.-Ing. S. Wenzel (University of Kassel)
10:40 a.m. Logistics in the Context of Humanitarian Operations
Dr. A. Blecken (Heinz Nixdorf Institute)
11:00 a.m. Coffee break

TRACK 1 & TRACK 2:

TRACK 1: Supply Chain Management TRACK 2: Production Logistics / Industrial Engineering
11:30 a.m. A Model for Quantifying Impacts of Supply Chain Cost and Working Capital on the Company Value Towards an Integrated Virtual Value Creation Chain in Sheet Metal Forming
M. Brandenburg, S. Seuring T. Barth, M. Grauer, S. Karadgi, D. Metz, U. Müller, W. Schäfer
12:00 p.m. Assessing the Effects of Assortment Complexity in Consumer Goods Supply Chains Using ISO 10303-224 Manufacturing Features for 3D Visualization and Stepwise Simulation of Manufacturing Processes
C. Danne F. Jahn, D. Kretz, J. Militzer, T. Neumann, T. Teich
12:30 p.m. Lunch break in the HNF bistro
02:00 p.m. Dynamic Supply Loops - A Radically New Automotive Supply Automotive Supply Network Management Combined Working Time Model Generation and Personnel Scheduling
A. Döring, J. Lentes, S. Levi, W. Menzel, R. Ericsson M. Guenther, V. Nissen
02:30 p.m. Development of a Lean Quality Management Systems – An Integrated Management System Knowledge Oriented Implementation of Collaborative Supply Chain Management
A. Blecken, E. Maurantzas, A. Zobel M. Hake, P. Heinze
03:00 p.m. Integrated Design and Planning of Adaptive Supply Networks Reference Modeling of an IT-based Logistics System
D. Ivanov, J. Käschel, B. Sokolov I. Hausladen
03:30 p.m. Coffee break
03:45 p.m. Lean Intra-Corporate Supply Chain Management for Complex Organizations An Autonomous Control Concept for Production Logistics of Things
A. Fellhauer, A. Strozek C. Zabel, B. Scholz-Reiter, H. Rekersbrink
04:15 p.m. Up-to-date Supply Chain Management: The Coordinated (S, R) Order-up-to Towards Agile Business Processes Based on the Internet
S. Cannella, E. Ciancimino M. Schief, B. Schmidt
04:45 p.m. Sustainable process management – Status quo and perspectives Methods for the Calculation of CO2 in Logistics Activities
D. Kundisch R. Schulz, H. Zadek
05:15 p.m. End

TRACK 3 & TRACK 4:

TRACK 3: Operation Research Techniques TRACK 4: Simulation / Humanitarian Logistics
11:30 a.m. A p-Robust Capacitated Network Design Model with Facility Disruptions Developing and Maintaining Trust in Post-Disaster Hastily Formed Networks
A. Lim, Z. Liu, P. Peng, L. Snyder G. Kovács, P. Tatham
12:00 p.m. A Resource Based Mixed Integer Modelling Approach for Integrated Operational Logistics Planning Humanitarian Cluster Leads as Fourth-Party Logistics Providers
J. P. Kempkes, A. Koberstein, L. Suhl L.-M. Jensen
12:30 p.m. Lunch break in the HNF bistro
02:00 p.m. Job Shop Scheduling with Buffer Constraints and Jobs Consuming Variable Buffer Space An Efficient Heuristic Algorithm for the Traveling Salesman Problem
S. Voß, A. Witt P. Azimi, P. Daneshvar Ghorbai
02:30 p.m. Maturity Progression Model for Sustainable Supply Chains Control of Disassembly Systems based on the Division of Labour by Means of Dynamically Adapting Routing Plans
M. D. Ahmed, H. Reefke, D. Sundaram J. Hrdina, G. Zülch
03:00 p.m. Scenario Technique with Integer Programming for Sustainability in Manufacturing Integrated Production Program and Human Resource Allocation Planning of Sequenced Production Lines with Simulated Assessment
A. Fügenschuh, P. Gausemeier, G. Seliger, S. Severengiz S. Auer, L. März, W. Sihn, H. Tutsch, B. Sokolov
03:30 p.m. Coffee break
03:45 p.m. Transport Cost Modelling in Networks an Activity Based Simulation of Container Traffic Flows at a Metropolitan Seaport
N. Boone, T. Quisbrock H. Reefke
04:15 p.m. Discrete Lot-Sizing and Scheduling including Deterioration and Perishability Constraints Simulation of ITSM Processes as Training Tool Set
J. Pahl, S. Voß A. Schmidtmann
04:45 p.m. Coordinated Production and Distribution to a Common Customer by Multiple Suppliers Controlled Simplification of Material Flow Simulation Models
C. Böhle D. Huber
05:15 p.m. End