anyLogistix Advanced Academic Workshop

anyLogistix Advanced Academic Workshop

anyLogistix Advanced Academic Workshop: Building Digital Supply Chains Twins and Modeling Resilience

Date: November 19—20, 2–5 pm CET (convert to your local time)

Place: online

Language: English

Attendance fee: 150 EUR (academia) / 220 EUR (commercial)

* 75 EUR special rate for full-time bachelor and master students

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Workshop Overview

This 2-day workshop has been developed to support teachers and students who are using (or considering using) anyLogistix software for teaching and learning Supply Chain Management, Simulation, and Optimization. The workshop program is based on many years of using anyLogistix to teach management and industrial engineering students on bachelor, master, and MBA programs.

The workshop will consider the digital twin perspective of anyLogistix, design and management of projects with the software, and building models for supply chain resilience analysis using case studies.

Supply chain professionals will also find the workshop provides insight into the value and technology of supply chain management, simulation, and optimization with anyLogistix.

All participants receive certificates confirming their completion of the workshop.

Workshop Speaker

Prof. Dr. Dr. habil. Dmitry Ivanov

Prof. Dr. Dr. habil. Dmitry Ivanov (Berlin School of Economics and Law), award-winning scholar and thought leader in supply chain resilience and digital supply chain research – with 10 books and over 100 research papers in peer-reviewed academic journals published over the last 20 years. For over 20 years, he has taught courses in operations management, supply chain management, logistics, management information systems, and strategic management courses at undergraduate, master’s, PhD, and executive MBA levels at universities worldwide.

Prof. Ivanov is the author of the anyLogistix educational complex for supply chain optimization and simulation that is in use at more than 100 universities worldwide. This educational complex is comprised of an ALX book and an Educational Toolkit containing case studies that can be used to teach and learn anyLogistix understanding green field analysis, network optimization, simulation, supply chain, production, inventory and sourcing simulation, and transportation optimization both conceptually and technically.


Workshop Agenda

  • Day 1

    • Part I
      • Place of anyLogistix in a Digital Supply Chain Twin
      • AI and ALX for Supply Chain Resilience Modeling
    • Part II
      • Projects with ALX: some structures and possible issues
    • Q&A session
  • Day 2

    • Part III
      • Building an ALX model for analysis of the COVID-19 pandemic impacts on resilience of the food retail supply chain
    • Q&A session

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