Unformatted text preview: Course Outline Winter 2012 Session MIE363 H1S Resource and Production Modelling Instructor: Teaching Assistant Course Textbook/ Reading Material: Course Description: Chi-Guhn Lee MC320 (416) 946-7867 [email protected] Mondays, 10:00am-11:00am Kevin Ferreira RS308 (416) 946-0052 [email protected] Office hours: TBA on Blackboard Production and Operations Analysis, 4th, 5th or 6th Edition, Steven Nahmias, McGraw-Hill http://www.apsc.utoronto.ca/Calendars/2011%2D2012/Course-Descriptions.html#MIE363H1 Features of production/service systems and methods of modelling their operation; the material flow, information flow and control systems. Topics include process design, supply chain management, line balancing, material requirements planning, distribution requirements planning, and aggregate production planning. Basic deterministic and probabilistic inventory models will be covered, as well as the application of optimization methods to capacity planning decisions. Emphasis will be placed on the modelling aspects of operations management, as well as the application of analytical approaches in the solution of systems problems. (At the end of the course) students should be able to: 1) Forecast demands in the future given statistical properties of the data stream such as stationary of the stream 2) Plan production capacity to meet the forecasted demands 3) Make inventory replenishment decisions with or without demand uncertainty 4) Explode the demands to component levels and control workstations producing components 5) Design supply chain network and optimize supply contracts Hours of LEC/wk  Hours of TUT/wk [2, starting Week 1] Teaching Assistants  Mid-term + Assignment = Assignment = Midterm = Term report = Final Exam = Total = 30 % # of submitted * 1% (up to 10%) 30% - (# of submitted assignment * 1%) 20% 50% 100% Learning Outcomes: Course Structure: Evaluation Methods: Examinations: Mid-term Closed-book, closed-lecture-notes, one letter-size aid sheet allowed, calculator allowed, occurring on Feb. 28th, 9:10-11:00pm, in class Course Topics: Final Exam Held during exam period/2.5 hours/ Closed-book, closed-lecture-notes, two letter-size aid sheets allowed, calculator allowed Forecasting - Stationary series - Non-stationary series Capacity planning - Three heuristics - Mathematical programming-based approach Inventory management - Deterministic models - Stochastic models Production control - Explosion calculus - Lot-sizing problem - MRP and JIT system Supply chain management - Supply chain network design - Supply chain contract design 1. Complaints regarding graded marks will not be accepted after a week from the distribution. 2. The group work on the supply chain game will have peer evaluation, where you evaluate the contributions of your team members. Each member will be asked to assign a value to the other members in the team between 0 and 10 (0 for the least and 10 for the most) during the final examination. Group grade will be distributed to individual members proportional to the sum of contribution scores from the peer evaluation. 3. Any discrepancy between data kept by the TA and you should be reported within a week from distribution of the data from the TA. Your order will be assumed to be 0 in case of no submission. Policies Important Notes: 1) All of the required course-specific written reports will be assessed not only on their technical/academic merit, but also on the communication skills exhibited through these reports. 2) All assignment and lab/tutorial reports must adhere to the format as described in the assignment instructions. 3) A student who is unavoidably absent at anytime during the session and consequently misses and graded work, should declare his/her absence on ROSI, discuss the matter and submit a Petition for Consideration in Term Work to the MIE Undergraduate Office in MC109. Such a petition must be accompanied by appropriate relevant documentation (e.g. U of T Medical Certificate - http://www.healthservice.utoronto.ca/Forms.htm) and must be submitted to the MIE Undergraduate Office within one week of The petition must be made using paper form and is available through the MIE Undergraduate Office in MC109. Should your Petition for Consideration in Term Work be granted, you will be notified by your course instructor as to the method of accommodation that will be provided for the missed work. 4) A student who is unavoidably absent from the final exam must submit a Petition for Final Examination online to the Examinations Committee. Students are required to submit their relevant supporting documentation (e.g. U of T Medical Certificate) to the APSC Registrar's Office in GB157 in order for the petition to be considered. Students will be given a grade of DNW until such time as their petition is resolved by the Examinations Committee. 5) Any changes in the course outline, test dates, marking or evaluation will be discussed in class prior to being implemented. 6) Students must adhere to all U of T policies and regulations, with special attention to: 2011-2012 Academic Calendar: http://www.apsc.utoronto.ca/Calendars/2011%2D2012/OLC-Engineering-2011-2012.pdf Rights & Responsibilities: http://life.utoronto.ca/get-help/rights-responsibilities.htm Code of Student Conduct: http://www.governingcouncil.utoronto.ca/policies/studentc.htm Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters: http://www.governingcouncil.utoronto.ca/policies/behaveac.htm ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2012 for the course MIE 363 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '12 term at University of Toronto.
- Spring '12