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  1. Bremen, Germany International seaport and trading centre near the North Sea Independent state of the Federal Republic of Germany - consisting of the cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven Two-city state covering an area of 400 square kilometres – smallest of the 16 German states. State‘s total population: 681,722; in Bremen alone 550,392, which makes it the tenth largest town in Germany Second most important foreign trade location in the Federal Republic of Germany World-ranking seaport, important location for the production of automobiles, electronics, steel, food, shipbuilding and aerospace industry Age of town: 1.200 years; played major role among the towns of the medieval HanseaticLeague

  2. University of Bremen • Laboratories for 1,880 scientists. • A place to study for nearly 19,500students, including nearly 3,300 foreign students. • A workplace for more than 1,266 employees. • 12 faculties representing various sciences, among them the Faculty for Production Engineering, Mechanical and Process Engineering. • Founded in 1971. • First principles are interdisciplinary as well as practise-oriented project studies - known as the „Bremen Model“. • 80 courses of studies, many of them are bachelor- or master programmes. • Scientific research centre in the northwest of Germany.

  3. 12 Faculties for Studies and Research • 1 Physics/Electrical Engineering • 2 Biology/Chemistry • 3 Mathematics/Computer Science • Production Engineering • Geo Sciences • 6 Law • 7 Business and Economics • 8 Social Sciences • 9 Cultural Studies • 10 Linguistics and Literature • 11 Human and Health Sciences • 12 Instruction and Educational Sciences Institutes of the Faculty 4: Production Engineering • Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing and • Advanced Materials (IFAM) • Institute for Material Science (IWT) • Bremen Institute of Applied Beam Technology • (BIAS) • Bremen Institute of Engineering Design and • CAD • Bremer Institut für Produktion • und Logistik GmbH • Faserinstitut Bremen e.V. (FIBRE) • Institute for Environmental Process Engineering (IUV)

  4. Expertise of BIBA • Scientific research centre of excellence for production engineering and logistics • Technology-transfer-centre for partners in Germany and worldwide

  5. Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH – Fields of Research IKAP Applied Informationand Communication Technologyfor ProductionProf. Dr.-Ing. Klaus-Dieter Thoben IPS Intelligent Productionand Logistics SystemsProf. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Scholz-Reiter

  6. Examples of Dynamics in Logistics Check procedure P8 P14 •  Circulation rescheduling •  Capacitive bottle necks •  Process distortions • Prioritizations •  Reduction of product- development-cycles • Customer-specific adaptation Demand fluctuations  Specific desires of customers  postponement of due dates  Reduction of product life cycles Bullwhip effect  Delivery delays Design processes P1 P3 Pro- duction processes Pro- duction processes Assembly L1 End customer L3 System- provider D1 P9 P5 P6 P7 P2 L2 P4 D2 D3 P15 P11 P12 P13 Supplier Logistic network Production networks  Structural dynamics  Variable production networks  External processing of orders  Location variabilty •  Transformability of factory structures • Flexible work areas Quality problems  Reworking  Missing components  Defect components •  Volume of traffic • Permanent re- scheduling of routing predecessor/successor relationship D L P Legend storing process distribution process production process

  7. Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics

  8. Stability, robustness and approximation of dynamic large-scale networks - Theory and applications in logistics networks Motivation: Planning and control of logistics processes is more and more determined by an increasing complexity of the structure and dynamics of logistics networks. However, there is a lack of methods and tools for a comprehensive analysis and management of large-scale logistics networks. • Goal: • Development of capable approximation techniques for modelling of large-scale logistics networks • Comprehensive analysis of stability and robustness for the whole network and selected components • Derivation of principles for strategic and operational management of logistics processes Partner: Funded by:

  9. ISETEC II – RoboCon Fast deconsolidation and consolidation of overseas containers using robotics and dynamic load planning methods Motivation: Method : • The processes of stuffing inhomogeneous goods and stripping parcels is extensive and represents the bottleneck of the execution of import and export processes • Planning the load is hindered by the continuous arrival and provision of goods • Development of a robot system for a fast deconsolidation of parcels out of overseas containers • Development of a stuffer system and a dynamic load planning method for consolidating inhomogeneous goods in overseas containers Objective : Increasing process quality of consolidation and deconsolidation by automation Increasing productivity of consolidation and deconsolidation by 5% (goods per time unit) Industry Partner: Funded by: Project duration: 36 months Project start: 01.09.2008

  10. Extensive history of cooperation, including the exchange of doctoral, postdoctoral students and senior researchers Since the 80’s BIBA has conducted projects with Brazilian partners (e.g. Mechanical Engineering in UFSC) Prof. Hirsch Partnering in PRONEX (Programa de Núcleos de Excelência i.e. Excellency Groups Program) on Integrated Logistics Prof. Novaes and Prof. Scholz-Reiter Brazilian-German Collaborative Research Initiative on Manufacturing Technology (BRAGECRIM) Planning of further collaborations in basic and applied research Collaboration: Bremen (BIBA) and Brazil (UFSC)

  11. LogGlobal - Improving Global Supply Chains Prof. Scholz-Reiter Prof. Novaes and Prof. Luna – UFSC, Prof. Fontes Lima Jr. – UNICAMP, Prof. Albertin – UFC LogGlobal will address the question as to which concepts, technologies and processes for integrating production / logistics planning and execution processes would better support both the performance of organisations and global supply chains. SustainLog - Sustainable Logistics Systems Supporting Collaborative Networks Prof. Thoben Prof. Rabelo – UFSC, Prof. Luna – UFSC, Prof. Albertin – UFC SustainLog will support SMEs networks in the execution of logistics services by means of an ICT and knowledge management strategies. BIBA Projects within BRAGECRIM

  12. Thank you for your attention!