The course will present some of the optimization problems occuring in production and operations management. It will focus on the mathematical modelization and the different technics of resolution. It statrs from a logistical point of view (where facilities should be located? How can raw materials and finished goods be transported ? What organization for inventories?) to go into details to production scheduling.Contact Gautier STAUFFER
•Location facility (center, median, UFLP)
•Inventory and warehouse management
•Shop layout and line balancing
•Scheduling with resource constraints
•Scheduling of production systems
Course in OR of the first year
One written final exam (E).
J. Blazewicz, K. Ecker, E. Pesch, G. Schmidt, J. Weglarz. Scheduling Computer and Manufacturing Processes. Springer, 1996.
P.B. Mirchandani, R.L. Francis. Discrete Location Theory.