Programme

Programme of APMS 2013

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Topics

The theme for APMS 2013 is Sustainable Production and Service Supply Chains, including the following topics:

Sustainable Production

  • Collaborative Tools in Production and Asset Management
  • Computational Intelligence in Production Management
  • Digital Production and Manufacturing
  • Eco-design and Eco-innovation
  • Energy Efficiency in Manufacturing
  • Green Manufacturing
  • ICT for Asset Lifecycle Management
  • ICT for Manufacturing
  • LCA Methods and Tools
  • Modeling of Production Systems
  • Production Planning, Scheduling & Control
  • Reuse, Remanufacture, Disassembly and Recycling
  • Sustainable Factory Planning and Scheduling
  • Sustainable Global Production and Operations
  • Sustainable Mass Customization
  • Zero Waste Production

Sustainable Supply Chains

  • Closed Loop Design and Closed Loop Economy
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Environmental and Social Certifications
  • Green Supply Chain Management
  • ICT for Logistics
  • ICT for Supply Chain Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Modeling of Business and Operational Processes
  • Procurement, Logistics and Distribution Management
  • Reverse Logistics and Product Recovery
  • Supplier Sustainability Reporting and Scorecards
  • Supply Chain Sustainability Assessment
  • Sustainability in Global Supply Networks

Sustainable Services

  • Green Accounting
  • Green Services
  • ICT for Service Design and Service Processes
  • Quantitative Sustainability Assessment
  • Segmental Approaches to Sustainability Reporting
  • Service and Product-Service Systems Engineering
  • Service Chain
  • Service Engineering
  • Service Innovation and Management
  • Service Life-Cycle Management
  • Service Operations Management
  • Social Enterprises
  • Sustainability and Accountability
  • Sustainability and Corporate Governance
  • Sustainability proactive strategies
  • Sustainability Reporting
  • Sustainability Scorecards
  • Sustainable Business Models
  • Sustainable Service Industries
  • Sustainability Scorecards

Special Sessions

Special sessions are organised to raise visibility on topics of focused interest in a particular scientific or applications area. Comprising a number of papers focussed on a specific theme, which has been proposed by the Special Sessions chair/s, it’s a great opportunity to address a topic with the right depth, giving it the proper visibility, and allowing also time for discussion and networking.

List of Special Sessions :

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Service Manufacturing Systems
Toshiya Kaihara
Kobe University, Japan
kaihara@kobe-u.ac.jp 
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ICT-Enabled Integrated Operations 
Daryl Powell
Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
daryl.j.powell@ntnu.no
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Sustainability Characterization for Product Assembly and Supply Chain
Shaw Feng
NIST, USA
shaw.feng@nist.gov 
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The Art of Balancing Innovation and Efficiency in Service Systems  –  The Challenge in Ambidextry
Gerhard Gudergan
Aachen University, Germany
Gerhard.Gudergan@fir.rwth-aachen.de
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Interoperability in the Manufacturing and Supply Chain Services
Boonserm (Serm) Kulvatunyou
NIST, USA
serm@nist.gov
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Value Chain Challenges and Opportunities in a Volatile Market
Roberto Pinto
University of Bergamo, Italy
roberto.pinto@unibg.it
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Enablers for Smart Manufacturing
Frank Riddick
NIST, USA
Frank.riddick@nist.gov
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Paola Fantini
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
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Simulation Based Training in Production and Operations Management 
Avraham Shtub
Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
shtub@ie.technion.ac.il
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Computational Intelligence in Manufacturing 
Chen-Yang Cheng
Tunghai University, Taiwan
chengcy@thu.edu.tw
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Rapid Product Development Technologies 
Pisut Koomsap
Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
pisut@ait.asia
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Sustainable Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management for Renewable Energy  
Guiping Hu
Iowa State University, USA
gphu@iastate.edu
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Sustainable Initiatives in Developing Countries  
Irenilza de Alencar Nääs
Paulista University-UNIP , Brazil
irenilza@gmail.com
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Product Design for Sustainable Supply Chains  
Gül E. Kremer
Penn State University, USA
gkremer@psu.edu
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Intelligent Production Systems and Planning Solutions for Sustainability  
Egon Mueller
Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany
egon.mueller@mb.tu-chemnitz.de
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Customization in Service Oriented Manufacturing  
Marco Taisch
Politecnico di Milano, Italy
marco.taisch@polimi.it
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Design, Planning and Operation of Manufacturing Networks for Mass Customization and Personalization   
Dimitris Mourtzis
University of Patras, Greece
mourtzis@lms.mech.upatras.gr
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Additive Manufacturing   
Sanjay Joshi
Penn State University, USA
sjoshi@psu.edu
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End to End Supply Chain Management
Nazrul Islam Shaikh
University of Miami, USA
n.shaikh@miami.edu

Industry Panel

Panel on Enabling Smart Manufacturing

There have been a number of different terms used to describe exploiting the explosion in manufacturing and enterprise data by applying computing power and newer information technologies[1] to do things more efficiently (or “smarter”) in manufacturing operations and supply chain management.  In the Gartner brief entitled “The Manufacturing Performance Dilemma, Part 2: From Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence to Operations Intelligence” this is called Operations Intelligence + Operations Process Management (OI+OPM).  The ARC Advisory Group has a notion termed Information Driven Manufacturing that is very similar.  Others refer to Collaborative Manufacturing.  The Smart Manufacturing Research Coalition (SMLC) has been using the term Smart Manufacturing for this (though they apply the approach to a number of different areas, not just operations), and this term has gotten some uptake and appeared in various publications.  Smart Manufacturing is the term that we have adopted for this panel.

This panel is meant to determine what is happening in this space. What are the visions for it? Is there an emerging consensus on what it is, what to call it, and how to use it?  Where is it being used?  What products are available to support it? Are there standards, platforms (open source or otherwise), architectures, virtual communities or other pre-competitive elements that could accelerate its deployment in industry and make it easily available to small and medium sized manufacturers?

 


[1] Information technologies often associated with Smart Manufacturing include cloud computing; high performance computing; data integration; analytics; modeling, simulation and analysis; mobile computing; and workflow automation.

PANELISTS

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Jim Davis
Vice Provost IT, UCLA / Technology Directions Advisor, Smart Management Leadership Coalition (SMLC)
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Michael Feldman
CTO, Savigent Software
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Celeste Fralick
Principal Engineer, Intel
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Brian Schott
CTO, Nimbus Services
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David Vasko
Director of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, Rockwell Automation
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Nate Arnold
IT Leader, GE Transportation/Global Service Operations

PANEL ORGANIZERS

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Simon Frechette
Program Manager
ystems Integration for Manufacturing and Construction Applications (SIMCA) Program
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
simon.frechette@nist.gov
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Frank Riddick
Project Leader
Smart Factory Architecture (SFA) Project of the SIMCA program
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
frank.riddick@nist.gov
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Evan Wallace (lead organizer)
Co-Project Leader
Smart Factory Architecture (SFA) Project of the SIMCA program
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
evan.wallace@nist.gov