WS 2018/19

Operations Research (07-B37-5-22-01)

During the winter term 2018 the course Operations Research will be offered. The course is intended for Bachelor students from Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Wirtschaftswissenschaft andWirtschaftsingenieurwesen Produktionstechnik in Modul V (Wahlpflichtbereich) and General Studies respectively.
 
Description of the course:
 
In this course, quantitative methods for economics are introduced. The course focuses on models, methods, and algorithms which are highly relevant for problems in business science and for practical applications. Methods for
  • lineare optimization,
  • discrete optimization and
  • combinatorial optimization
are treated in detail.
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Marcella Bernardo Papini
Dates: Thursday 12am-2pm, HS 2010
Form: Lecture
ECTS: 6
Language: English
 
Application will be possible via the ELearning homepage. Before begin of winter term, the accepted participants will be notified.
An application is not equivalent to an admission for the lecture.

Operations Research Übung (07-B37-5-22-02)

During the winter term 2017 the tutorial Operations Research will be offered. The tutorial is intended for Bachelor students from Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Wirtschaftswissenschaft and Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen Produktionstechnik in Modul V (Wahlpflichtbereich) and General Studies respectively.
 
Description of the tutorial:
 
Within the tutorial, models, methods, and algorithms for
  • lineare optimization,
  • discrete optimization and
  • combinatorial optimization
are applied to solve small scale problems by hand and by computer programs.
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Tobias Sprodowski
Dates: Friday 12am-2pm, HS 1010
Form: Tutorial
Language: German
 
Application will be possible via the ELearning homepage. Before begin of winter term, the accepted participants will be notified.
An application is not equivalent to an admission for the lecture.

Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Dynamics in Logistics (04-M10-1-MET22)

During the winter term 2018 the lecture Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Dynamics in Logistics will be offered. The course is intended to all master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen in Modulbereich 1 and for all master students Produktionstechnik (Industrial Management) as compulsory subject choice.
 
Description of the course:
 
The course aims to lead students to the current research frontier in the field of logistics. It focuses on the dynamics of logistics systems and is divided into the following points:
 
1. Overview of logistics systems and processes
2. Queuing theory and models
3. Discrete-Event Simulation
4. Continuous time flow models and system analysis
6. Controller design
7. System dynamics
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Freitag, Prof. Dr. Pannek
Form: Lecture with exercises (2 hours weekly)
Exam: Written exam
Date: Monday, 12am - 2pm
Place: BIBA Auditorium
ECTS: 3
 
Students may apply for the lecture via Stud.IP.

The effect of production innovation and production development costs on dynamic contract extension (04-M10-LP-1753)

During summer term 2018 and winter term 2018/2019 the course The effect of production innovation and production development costs on dynamic contract extension will be offered. The course is intended for all master students Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen in the teaching project module.
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Haniyeh Dastyar
Form: Projektplenum
ECTS: 12
Language: Englisch
Max. number of participants: 4-6

Examination of different wireless communication protocols between mobile robots (04-V09-5-P-1801)

In the winter term 2018/19 we announce a "Lehrprojekt" for

Examination of different wireless communication protocols between mobile robots

This project should be examine the communication burden of mobile robots by measuring the communication overhead between them. Therefore, different wireless protocols should be used and executed. The robots are predicting their trajectories regarding collision avoidance constraints and use wireless communication for this information exchange. Different parameters (throughput, latency, end-to-end-delay) should be examined and automatically recorded into a database.

Content:

  • Construction and configuration of an ad-hoc-network based on Raspberry Pis
  • Implementation of data logging for the network nodes
  • Configuration of different protocols
  • Measuring and interpretation of parameters of different scenarios via a central database
  • Automation of interpretation and representation of the results
Requirements:
  • Interest for such a project ("Lehrprojekt" for production engineers or other disciplines)
  • Basic knowledge in Linux and C++ can be an advantage
  • Basic knowledge about relational databases (PlainSQL or PL/SQL)
Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Pannek, Tobias Sprodowski
Form: Projektplenum
Language: English
Max. participant: 4
ECTS: 6 (PT) / 7 (W-Ing)