Distributed Simulation for Decision Support in Semiconductor Supply Chains

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Peter Lendermann is a Senior Scientist in the Production and Logistics Planning Group at Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech). Previously he was a Managing Consultant with agiplan in Germany where his focus was on the areas of supply chain management and production planning. He also worked as a Research Associate at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics CERN in Geneva (Switzerland) and Nagoya University (Japan). He obtained a Diploma in Physics from the University of Munich (Germany), a Doctorate in Applied Physics from Humboldt-University in Berlin (Germany) and a Master in International Economics and Management from Bocconi-University in Milan (Italy). His research interests include discrete event simulation as well as modeling and analysis of manufacturing and logistics systems.

Modeling and simulation is widely regarded as one of the breakthrough technologies that will accelerate progress in addressing the grand challenges facing manufacturing in the next decade. In this seminar, new research challenges arising from the increased criticality of inter-factory dependencies in today


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  • Created: 10/08/2010
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