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Syllabus

Infomation of Course

Program Common [공통(상호인정)] Course Type Major Elective [ 전공선택 ]
Course Code 31.426 Course No IE426
Section English English
L:L:C(AU) 3:0:3.0(0) Exam time
(classroom)
- Tue: 09:00~11:45
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Course Title Supply Chain Management [ 공급체인관리 ]
Class time
(classroom)
Tue: 09:00~10:30 / (E2)Industrial Engineering & Management Bldg. [ (E2)산업경영학동 ] (2504)
Thu: 09:00~10:30 / (E2)Industrial Engineering & Management Bldg. [ (E2)산업경영학동 ] (2504)
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Information of Professor

Name 장영재(JANG, Young Jae)
Department 산업및시스템공학과(Department of Industrial & Systems Engineering)
Phone 042-350-3130
E-Mail yjang@kaist.ac.kr

Plan of Lecture

Syllabus File IE426_SCM - Syllabus.docx
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Summary of Lecture This course will provide an introduction to methods for managing production, inventory, and distribution systems. Topics covered include demand forecasting, capacity planning, facility location, production planning and scheduling, inventory control, and supply chain coordination. The objective of the course is to familiarize you with quantitative models that can be used to make decisions in each of these areas. Special emphasis will be given to the link between theories and actual applications in industries. Various actual cases, including Amazon.com, Zara, BMW Automotive, Dell Computer, HP, Nike, and LG Electronics will be discussed. This course is highly recommended to students who are pursuing a career in business consulting, project management, manufacturing engineering, business operations/planning, and other fields requiring strong analytical skills in Supply Chain Management.
Starting this semester, the class will cover AI based (Deep Learning, Reinforcement Learning) Inventory optimization, logistics systems design, and logistics management.
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