Submitted by Daniel Dumke on Fri, 2012-08-31 10:42
Finally, the dissertation is complete. Last week I finished working on the comments and handed in the final work. The process now consists of three more steps that can take another three to four month: First, I have to do a (really) short presentation of my thesis topic. Second, I have to wait for two written evaluations by two professors of the university. Last, I have to defend my thesis, hopefully some time around December.
Submitted by Daniel Dumke on Fri, 2012-08-24 13:22
This week I am busy including the feedback I received from my professor on my dissertation. Looks very promising. After a few days now I am already done and so I have time to prepare some related documents to boost the further graduation process.
Articles are few this week, but if you are interested have a look at the following:
Today we have a look at current research regarding the improvement of resilience within a supply chain.
In their 2012 paper “Supply chain redesign for resilience using simulation” Carvalho et al. analyze supply chain resilience on the basis off a Portuguese automotive parts manufacturer.