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【科苑经管国际学术论坛】宋京生:Stock or Print? Impact of 3D Printing on Spare Parts Logistics(10月24日)
发布时间:2018/10/23

 

科苑经管国际学术论坛第55期
 

报告题目:Stock or Print? Impact of 3D Printing on Spare Parts Logistics

 

报告人:Jeannette Song, Fuqua School of Business,Duke University

 

报告时间:2018年10月24日(周三)13:30—14:45

 

报告地点:中国科学院大学中关村校区教学楼N413

 

报告摘要:We present a general framework to study the design of spare parts logistics in the presence of 3D printing technology. We consider multiple parts facing stochastic demands. To minimize long-run average system cost, our model determines which parts to stock and which part to print. We derive various structural properties of the problem to gain insights. In some cases, we obtain closed-form optimal solutions; in other cases, we devise efficient algorithms to obtain near optimal solutions. We demonstrate that the optimal printer utilization is generally low, suggesting complementarity between stock and print in cost minimization. (Joint work with Yue Zhang)

 

报告人简介:Jing-Sheng (Jeannette) Song is the R. David Thomas Professor and a professor of Operations Management at the Fuqua School of business, Duke University. She is also an Honorary Professor at the School of Management of University of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Professor Song studies supply chain management and operations strategy, topics including supply chain inventory planning and disruption risk management, assemble-to-order systems, e-commerce channel design, global sourcing strategies, and socially responsible operations. Professor Song is an INFORMS Fellow and a Fellow and former President of the Manufacturing and Service Operations Management (MSOM) Society. She is a recipient of the Distinguished Overseas Young Scholar Award (海外杰出青年)by the Natural Science Foundation of China and was named a Chang Jiang Chaired Professor by the Ministry of Education in China (教育部长江学者讲座教授). She is an Overseas Expert of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (中国科学院海外评审专家). She serves and has served on the editorial board of several leading academic journals, including Area Editor for Operations Research and Department Editor for IIE Transactions. Professor Song obtained her B.S. degree from Beijing Normal University, M.S. from the Institute of Applied Mathematics of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Ph.D. from Columbia University.