Global Online Certification Course on

Modelling and Building Digital Supply Chain Twins using anyLogistix

Registration Deadline -24th March 2022

25th - 27th March'22
& 7th- 10th April'22
  6:30 PM - 9:30 PM IST
21 Hours Course
7 Sessions
  Live Via Webex
  Simulation Environment: Windows OS only

Course Instructors

Prof. Dmitry Ivanov

Supply Chain and Operations Management,
Department of Business and Economics,
Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany

Prof. MANOJ K TIWARI

Director, NITIE Mumbai

Course Overview

Supply chain network design and operational planning decisions can drastically impact the profitability and success of a company. Whether to have one warehouse or two, close a factory, rent a new one, or choose one network path over another are all consequential decisions a supply chain manager must make. However, these decisions must result from more than experience or intuition. As a result, research in Supply Chain Management is geared towards providing the data, tools, and models necessary for supporting supply chain managers' decisions. One such concept is the digital twin, which provides a virtual representation of an object or system that spans its lifecycle, is updated from real-time data, and uses simulation, machine learning, and reasoning to help managers in decision-making.

This course will consider the digital twin perspective of supply chain optimisation using anyLogistix software, a tool that facilitates Greenfield Analysis, Network Optimization, and Simulation. It will introduce the concepts and principles of supply chain management by building anyLogistix models for supply chain design and resilience analysis using case studies.

With the rapid growth in IoT and cloud computing, and mounting needs to cut costs and reduce product development time, the digital twin is one of the fastest-growing concepts in Industry 4.0. This course can provide you with the foundation on how to structure, model and solve real management problems in Supply Chain and Operations.

Course Highlights

Course Highlights
Lecture recordings will be provided for 1 week
Course Highlights
Learn decision making techniques through exhaustive case studies
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Perform Real-time Simulation to build and optimize global supply chains
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Lecture slides and supplementary materials about SC modelling and digital twins

Course Outcome

  • Perform analyses to determine an optimal location for a new warehouse.
  • Compare alternative network designs using Network Optimization.
  • Perform simulations of real time supply chain and operations management scenarios.
  • Validate the models using Validation, Comparison experiments.
  • Analyse supply chain behaviour under uncertainty and disruption.
Upon completion of the course, all registered participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from NITIE signed jointly by Prof. Dr. Dmitry Ivanov and Prof. Manoj K. Tiwari. Lecture attendance and quiz attempts will be the criteria for course completion.

Course Outcome

COURSE CONTENT

About Prof. Dmitry Ivanov

  • Prof. Dmitry Ivanov is professor of Supply Chain and Operations Management at Berlin School of Economics and Law (HWR Berlin), deputy director and executive board member of Institute for Logistics (IfL) at HWR Berlin, and faculty director of M.A. Global Supply Chain and Operations Management program at HWR Berlin
  • His research explores structural dynamics and control in complex networks, with applications to supply chain resilience, scheduling in Industry 4.0 systems, supply chain simulation, risk analytics and digital supply chain twins. He is co-author of structural dynamics control methods for supply chain management. (Read More)
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Course Fees

  • Category Fee Category Course Fee GST (18%) Total Fee (inclusive of taxes)* Registration
    Participants from India Student ** ₹ 2,000/- ₹ 360/- ₹ 2,360/- Registration Closed
    Academician / Faculty ₹ 5,000/- ₹ 900/- ₹ 5,900/- Registration Closed
    NITIE Alumni ₹ 5,000/- ₹ 900/- ₹ 5,900/- Registration Closed
    Industry Professionals ₹ 6,000/- ₹ 1,080/- ₹ 7,080/- Registration Closed
    Foreign Participants Any 125 USD (Incl. of all) Registration Closed
    *Convenience fees may apply **Note:
        1. Student category is applicable only for students currently pursuing Full-time UG, PG or PhD Equivalent (Minimum 1 year duration course).
        2. Once the payment is completed, the student identity proof verification will be conducted for registration confirmation.
        3. Failing to submit proof before last date of registration will lead to cancellation of your course registration.
        4. Please ensure correct selection of category before payment. Refunds will not be provided in case the participant registers under a different category.


    For Bulk Registrations from one organization

    Category Number of Participants Course Fee GST (18%) Total Fee (inclusive of taxes)*
    Students 21 to 50 ₹ 1,500/- ₹ 270/- ₹ 1,770/- per participant
    51 and Above ₹ 1,300/- ₹ 234/- ₹ 1,534/- per participant
    Industry Professionals 5 to 10** ₹ 6,000/- ₹ 1,080/- ₹ 7,080/- per participant
    11 and Above ₹ 4,300/- ₹ 774/- ₹ 5,074/- per participant
    *Convenience fees may apply
    ** For registrations less than 5 persons from one organization, direct individual payments should be made

    Please write a mail to scmdisruption@nitie.ac.in for more details on bulk registration.

Success of Previous Courses

NITIE has successfully completed Global Online Certification Courses on Supply Chain Digitization & Management, Business & Operations Analytics 2021, Digital SCM Transformation and Supply chain Operations and Disruption Management in 2021. All the courses have received an overwhelming response from reputed national and international organisations. Some prominent academic institutions include the llTs, llMs, IIFT, University of London, University of Warwick, and some eminent organisations include P&G, HUL, GE, ITC, Amul, Deloitte, Micron, Mondelez, Cipla, John Deere and many more. 

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Frequently Asked Questions

About NITIE

  • National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE), established in 1963 by the Government of India with the assistance of United Nations Development Project (UNDP) through the International Labour Organization (ILO), is one of the leading institutes for Management education.
  • NITIE, a pioneer in Industrial Management has been positioned 12th amongst management schools in India by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) in 2021.
  • NITIE, widely known as the leading Institute in Supply Chain and Operations, holds a purpose in advancing the transformative education and industry inspired research in different domains thus dedicating itself to help Indian businesses to make their presence felt globally.

About NITIE’s Centre of Excellence in Logistics and Supply Chain Management

  • Shri Piyush Goyal (Minister of Commerce & Industry, Consumer Affairs & Food & Public Distribution and Textiles, Government of India) inaugurated the Centre of Excellence in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at NITIE, Mumbai on 23rd September 2021.
  • This center will act as a driving force to train and launch top quality programs to disseminate advanced knowledge and promote Digitization, Analytics, and IoT Application and Decision Support Systems through Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning applications and Digital Twin and Control towers, to strengthen the monitoring and analysis of complex logistics operations.
  • It will help the logistics sector become more cost-effective, make the sector more competitive, create new jobs, export more, engage better with the world markets, expand outreach and bring more economic activity to India.

Course Coordinators

Prof. Sushmita Narayana

Assistant Professor,
Operations & Supply Chain Management

Prof. Priyanka Verma

Assistant Professor,
Operations & Supply Chain Management

Prof. Debabrata Das

Assistant Professor,
Analytics & Data Science

 

Student Coordinators

Ms. Priti Bhole
Mr. Jyothikrishnan T S
Mr. Giriraj Jhawar
Mr. Rutvik Ghiya
Ms. Aayushi Kumari Yadav
Mr. Shibi Chakravarthy
Mr. Nishant Kumar Singh
Mr. Prashant M

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