Lehrveranstaltungen mit Schwerpunkt Logistik


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Mobility of Goods and Logistics Systems (Module)
Untertitel:
International Logistics and Transport Systems (PBL) / Mobility of Goods, Logistics, Traffic (L)
DozentIn:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heike Flämig, Katharina Beck, M. Sc Sandra Tjaden
Semester:
SoSe 22
Ort:
nicht angegeben
Zeiten:
Mi. 08:30 - 10:30 (wöchentlich) - Raum A 1.19.1, Mi. 10:30 - 12:30 (wöchentlich) - Raum A 0.19 und A 2.34.1
Erster Termin:Mi., 13.04.2022 08:30 - 10:30
Voraussetzungen:
<ul><li>Introduction to Logistics and Mobility</li><li>Foundations of Management</li><li>Legal Foundations of Transportation and Logistics</li></ul>
Leistungsnachweis:
Written exam
Leistungspunkte:
6
Beschreibung:

International Logistics and Transport Systems (PBL)

The problem-oriented-learning lecture consists of case studies and complex problems concerning the systemic characteristics of different modes of transport as well as the organization and realization of transport chains. Students get to know specific issues from practice of logistics and mobility of goods and work out recommondations for solutions.

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Mobility of Goods, Logistics, Traffic (L)

The intention of this lecture is to provide a general system analysis-based overview of how transportation chains emerge and how they are developed. The respective advantages and disadvantages of different international transportation chains of goods are to be pointed out from a micro- and a macroeconomic point of view. The effects on the traffic system as well as the ecological and social consequences of a spatial devision of economical activities are to be discussed.
The overview of current international transportation chains is carried out on the basis of concrete material- and appendant information flows. Established transportation chains and some of their individual elements are to become transparent to the students by a number of practical examples.

  1. A conceptual systems model
  2. Elements of integrated and multi-modal transportation chains
  3. interaction of transport and traffic, demand and supply on different layers of the transport system
  4. Global Issues in Supply Chain Management
  5. Global Players and networks
  6. Logistics and corporate social responsibility (CSR)
  7. Methods and data for assessment of international transport chains
  8. Influence of cultural aspects on international transport chains
  9. New solutions using different focuses of the transport and logstics system



VL : Vorlesung
PBL : Projekt-/problembasierte Lehrveranstaltung (Lehre)
POL : Problemorientierte Lehrveranstaltung (Lehre)