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  1. Csaba TáplerPhD student6th semester report on PhD activity Office: B 504 mail: tapler@sze.hu +36(70)9316081 2010 september, Gyor, Hungary

  2. The structure of the report • Organized courses • Scientific requirements • 2/1 - Publications • 2/2 - Conferences • 2/3 – Research activities • 2/4 – Education activites 3. Dissertation

  3. 1 – Organized course - Starting date: September, 2008 - Deadline:June, 2010 - Required subjects: Autumn2008: 6/6 Spring 2009: 7/7 Autumn 2009: 6/6 Spring 2010: 6/6 Autumn 2010: 2/2

  4. 2/1.1 – Teaching activity Autumn semester - 2008/2009: • Logistics I., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 4 hours/week • Logistic project, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 4 hours/week Spring semester - 2008/2009: • Logistics II., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 4 hours/week • Logistic project, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 6 hours/week Autumn semester - 2009/2010: • Logistics I., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 4 hours/week • Logistics II., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 4 hours/week • Logistic project, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 3 hours/week • Consultation of graduate essays Spring semester – 2009/2010: • Process elements of distribution management, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Logistic project, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 6 hours/week • Supply and distribution management, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Consultation of graduate essays Autumn semester – 2010/2011: • Logistic project, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 3 hours/week • Supply chain management III., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Logistics I., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Plannig and operation of logistic systems II., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 3 hours/week • Consultation of graduate essays

  5. 2/1.2 – Teaching activity Spring semester - 2010/2011: • Logistic project, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 6 hours/week • Supply and distribution management, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Consultation of graduate essays Autumn semester - 2011/2012: • Logistic project, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 6 hours/week • Logistic Simulation Softwares, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Plannig and operation of logistic systems II., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 3 hours/week • Supply Chain Management, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Supply and distribution management, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Consultation of graduate essays Spring semester - 2011/2012: • Logistic project, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 6 hours/week • Plannig and operation of logistic systems II., SZE LSZT, Full time students, 3 hours/week • Supply and distribution management, SZE LSZT, Full time students, 2 hours/week • Consultation of graduate essays

  6. 2/2 – Applied research activities • Opportunities of increasing efficiency of transporting vehicles Research partner: Büchl Hungária Környezetvédelmi Szolgáltató Kft Senior professor: Dr. Kovács János • Kutatás a hazai vasúti áruszállítási piac lehetőségeinek feltérképezésére Research partner : Rail Cargo Austria Senior professor : Dr. Hartványi Tamás • Termelési eszközök kapacitás-optimalizálása és készletgazdálkodási stratégiák vizsgálata Research partner : Erbslöh Hungária Aluminiumfeldolgozó Kft. Senior professor : Dr. Földesi Péter • Nyomonkövetési eljárások és gyártásközi készlet monitoring rendszer fejlesztési lehetőségeinek vizsgálata kis szériás gyártás esetén” Research partner : PYLON-94 Gép- és Acélszerkezetgyártó Kft. Senior professor : Dr. Kovács János • Termelés kiszolgálási raktárrendszer fejlesztési lehetőségeinek vizsgálata szimuláció segítségével Research partner : Rapidsped Zrt. Senior professor: Dr. Kovács János • Disztribúciós termékkövetési rendszer fejlesztése Research partner : Lidl Magyarország Kereskedelmi Bt. Senior professor: Dr. Hartványi Tamás

  7. 2/2 – Applied research activities • Review of authorization system of vehicular spedition services Research partner: Nemzeti közlekedési Hatóság Senior professor: Dr. Földesi Péter • Integration of extern and intern information processes Research partner: Pannon Tools Kft. Senior professor: Dr. Kovács János • Development of warehouse and inventory handling system Research partner: Tondach Magyarország Cserép- és Téglagyártó Zrt. Senior professor: Dr. Kovács János

  8. 2/3 – Conferences Conferences: • K. Krivács, T. Hartványi, Cs. Tápler: Basic requirements of material traceability in warehouses. The 6th International scientific conference of Business and Management, Vilnius, May 13-14, 2010 • Csaba Tápler: Inventory level reduction by inserting unpacking stations in production supply process, University Politehnica Timisoara, Faculty of Engineering, Hunedoara, 2010 • Cs. Tápler, Á. Csík: Calculation of optimal unpacking quantities in production supply systems, 1st International Conference on Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing, Leiria, Portugal, June 2011

  9. 2/4.1. – Publications Book, poop sheets • Bajor Péter, Hencz Csaba Imre, Nagy Zoltán, Németh Péter, Tápler Csaba (2010) – Ellátási lánc menedzsment, egyetemi jegyzet Articles in journal: • Krivács Krisztina, Tápler Csaba (2009) - Gyártásközi készletek optimalizálásának lehetőségei a termelési logisztikában, Logisztikai Évkönyv 2009, MLE, Budapest • Tápler Csaba: Termeléskiszolgálási rendszerek logisztikai trade-off szituációi, Logisztikai Évkönyv, ISSN 1218-3849, Magyar Logisztikai Egyesület, 2012, Budapest pp: 228-233 Articles in collected edition: • T. Hartványi, Cs.Tápler (2008) – Cooperation between economically independent companies that form a business concern, Acta Technica - Series Logistica, Szecheniy Istvan University, ActaTechnica Jaurinensis Series Logistica 2008, p.: 285-294 • B. Hirkó, Z. Nagy, Cs.Tápler (2009) - Method for Calculating Warehousing Costs Based on Simulation Results, ActaTechnica Jaurinensis Series Logistica 2009 • Tápler Csaba: Termeléstervezési optimalizáló módszerek, összehasonlítási eljárások, Műszaki és informatikai rendszerek és modellek III, Győr, 2010 • Tápler, Csaba, Hartványi, Tamás and Krivács, Krisztina, BASIC REQUIREMENTS OF MATERIAL TRACEABILITY IN WAREHOUSES, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University Publishing House “Technika”, 2010. • Tápler, Csaba, INVENTORY LEVEL REDUCTION BY INSERTING UNPACKING STATIONS IN PRODUCTION SUPPLY PROCESS, UNIVERSITY POLITEHNICA TIMISOARA, Faculty of Engineering Hunedoara, 2010.

  10. 2/4.2. – Publications Articles in collected edition: • Cs. Tápler, Á. Csík: Packaging unit quantity optimization, Acta Technica Jaurinensis Series Logistica, Vol. 3. Győr, 2011

  11. 2/4.3. – Planned publications Articles in collected edition: • Cs. Tápler, Á. Csík: Calculation of optimal unpacking quantities in production supply systems, 1st International Conference on Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing, Leiria, Portugal, 2011

  12. 2/4.3 – Abstract of the most important publication Articles in collected edition Cs. Tápler, Á. Csík: Packaging unit quantity optimization, Acta Technica Jaurinensis Series Logistica Vol. 3., Győr, 2011 Abstract:The level of cooperation between suppliers and manufacturer has serious effect on cost price of the final product. Several factors - like the packaging type of supply materials, the packaging unit quantity, the schedule of shipments, etc.– depend on the flexibility of vendors. However vendor attitude depends on the relationship between business partners. This paper discusses the case when the manufacturer has the possibility to request the vendor to define packaging unit quantity according to its own claim without rise in prices; changing packaging unit quantity may cause significant decrease of additional production costs. To determine optimal quantity on packaging units the following logistic trade-off should be solved: on the one hand extra material handling cost may emerge; on the other hand inventory keeping cost may grow.

  13. 3/1 – Dissertation Research field: Development of production and distribution models supporting diversed serial production Scientific leader: Tamás Hartványi PhD Deadlines: • Start of final graduation process – September, 2011 • Submission of dissertation for preliminary assessment – September, 2012 • Graduation – December, 2012

  14. 3/2 – Main research fields Relevant references: • From the past 5-10 years • Short list for 50 pcs • Looking over the international publicatoins Theoretical research: • Mathematical modells used in simulation • Methods for optimalization (eg.: genetic algorithm) • Analysis of publications concerning production sceduling Empirical research: • Analysis of specific production sceduling problems emerging during industrial research activity

  15. 3/3 – Most relevant references • Thiesse, Frederic - Fleisch, Elgar: On the value of location information to lot scheduling in complex manufacturing processes, International Journal of production economics, Volume 112, Issue 2., Pages 532-542, April 2008 • Smith, Stephen – Petty, David - Trustrum, David – Labib, Ashraf – Khan, Ali: A supply network-modelling system for a small- to medium-sized manufacturing company. Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, Volume 24, Issue 4, Pages 579-584, August 2008, • C.A. Silva - J.M.C. Sousa - T.A. Runkler: Rescheduling and optimization of logistic processes using GA and ACO, Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, Volume 21, Issue 3, Pages 343-352, April 2008 • Chu Chunchao: Analysis of effect factors-based stochastic network planning modell,Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics, Volume 19, Issue 1, Pages 112-118, February 2008 • Ackermann, Jörg - Müller, Egon: Modelling, planning and designing of logistics structures of regional competence-cell-based networks with structure types, Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, Volume 23, Issue 6, Pages 601-607, December 2007, • C.A. Silva, J.M.C. Sousa, T.A. Runkler: Optimization of logistic systems using fuzzy weighted aggregation, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Volume 158, Issue 17,  Pages 1947-1960, September 2007 • Björk, Kaj-Mikael, & Carlsson, Christer: The effect of flexible lead times on a paper producer, Int. J. Production Economics,107(2007), pp. 139–150 • Tavakkoli-Moghaddam, R., & Daneshmand-Mehr, M.: A computer simulation model for job shop scheduling problems minimizing makespan, Computers & Industrial Engineering, 48(2005), pp. 811–823  • Wahab, M.I.M., & Stoyan, S.J.: A dynamic approach to measure machine and routing flexibilities of manufacturing systems, Int. J. Production Economics,   113 (2008), pp. 895–913

  16. 3/4 – Objectives Chapters of the dissertation • Definition of the parameters determining the optimization of production scheduling • Definition of the objective functions for the optimization considering the features influencing production logistics • Creating computer aided simulation models that represent processes of production and logistics, model verification • Expansion of production logistics theories based on simulation results