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【百家大讲堂】第162期:Seru生产系统:下一代精益的发展趋势 Seru Production System: An Organizational Extension of JIT

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  讲座题目:Seru生产系统:下一代精益的发展趋势Seru Production System: An Organizational Extension of JIT

  报 告 人:Kathryn E. Stecke

  时  间2019年1月17日(周四)14:00

  地  点关村校区研究生楼104室

  主办单位:研究生院、计算机学院

  报名方式:登录北京理工大学微信企业号---第二课堂---课程报名中选择“【百家大讲堂】第162期:Seru生产系统:下一代精益的发展趋势

【主讲人简介】

  Kathryn E. Stecke博士,柔性制造领域国际著名学者,美国德克萨斯大学达拉斯分校(UTD)讲席教授,INFORMS会士,POMS会士,曾任INFORMS副主席,IJFMS和OMER等国际期刊创刊主编,多次担任INFORMS、POMS、DSI等国际会议大会主席。围绕柔性制造相关领域在MS、OR、JOM、POM、M&SOM、EJOR、IJPR、IIE Transactions等期刊发表众多论著,其中多篇论著被MS遴选为“近半个世纪最具影响力的学术论文”。

  

Dr. Kathryn E. Stecke teaches in the School of Management at University of Texas at Dallas as the Ashbel Smith Professor of Operations Management. Previously she taught for 21 years at The University of Michigan Business School. She received an M.S. in Applied Mathematics, and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University. She has authored numerous papers on various aspects of FMS planning and scheduling and a variety of other topics in numerous journals including The FMS Magazine, Material Flow, International Journal of Production Research, European Journal of Operational Research, IIE Transactions, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, Annals of Operations Research, Performance Evaluation, International Transactions on Operational Research, Naval Research Logistics, Journal of Operations Management, Production and Operations Management, Manufacturing and Service Operations Management, Management Science, Operations Research and several proceedings and book contributions. She is a POMS Fellow and an INFORMS Fellow. She is/was the founding Editor-in-Chief of both the  and Operations Management Education Review.

【讲座信息】

  Seru系统是一种新型生产系统,广泛应用于亚洲制造企业,已在全部的索尼和佳能工厂中得到应用。Seru生产系统比传统的精益生产系统更灵活、更高效、更多产。本次报告将介绍Seru生产系统的发展历程、基本原理及令人瞩目的应用效果。

  

A seru system is a new type of production system, widely used in Asia. Developed by Sony, it is used in all of Canon’s factories. It is more flexible, efficient, and productive than conventional manufacturing systems, for the industries in which it is appropriate. Seru’s history, development, and benefits will be described and discussed.