655 Supply Chain Optimization

Thursday, November 20, 2014: 8:30 AM
401 - 402 (Hilton Atlanta)
Efficient management of supply chains has become a crucial component in the operations of a modern day enterprise. To remain competitive and profitable in a competitive environment, every organization must operate as a single intelligent enterprise, with every department collaborating toward common goals and objectives. Papers are invited in the general area of supply chain management that address the developments in the state-of-the-art of supply chain management solutions, elaborate on the challenges faced by the industry, and discuss future directions in this field. Areas of interest include (but are not limited to) enterprise resource planning, forecasting and demand management, supply chain network design and optimization, strategic and operational planning and scheduling. Application papers offering insights into the interplay between theory and practice in an enterprise setting are particularly encouraged.

Computers in Operations and Information Processing

Fengqi You
Email: you@northwestern.edu

Chrysanthos E. Gounaris
Email: gounaris@cmu.edu

Ruth Misener
Email: r.misener@imperial.ac.uk

9:08 AM
(655c) An Optimization Framework for the Assessment of Shale Gas Resources
Omar J. Guerra, Andrés Joaquín Calderon, Lazaros G. Papageorgiou, Jeffrey J. Siirola and Gintaras V. Reklaitis

9:27 AM
(655d) Capacity Expansion with Rational Markets in the Industrial Gas Industry
Pablo Garcia-Herreros, Pratik Misra, Erdem Arslan, Sanjay Mehta and Ignacio E. Grossmann

9:46 AM
(655e) Rolling Horizon Approach for Production - Distribution Coordination of Industrial Gases Supply-Chains
Miguel Zamarripa, Pablo A. Marchetti, Ignacio E. Grossmann, Lauren Cook, Pierre-Marie Valton, Tejinder Singh, Tong Li and Jean André

10:05 AM
(655f) Mixed-Integer Programming Methods for Inventory Routing
Yachao Dong, Christos T. Maravelias, Jose M. Pinto and Arul Sundaramoorthy

10:43 AM
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