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香港理工大学Felix T. S. Chan学术报告




发布者:EMBA教育中心   时间:2018年11月15日 10:20


报告题目:Applications of Industrial Engineering Techniques in solving problems  in Aviation Management and Assembly Line under Industrial 4.0

报告人:Felix T. S. Chan  教授

邀请人:王旭坪  教授

时间及地点:2018年11月18日(周日)8:30-10:00;管理与经济学部B312

报告摘要:With the increasing complexity of industrial problems, industrial  engineering techniques become more important in providing problem-solving  strategies, especially for two new problems.

First,  due to the increasing demand, airlines and maintenance companies face challenges  in managing the increasing number of aircraft required. The aircraft maintenance  routing problem (AMRP) is important to airlines, and the maintenance staffing  problem (MSP) is an important key in managing the workforce of maintenance  providers. Although AMRP and MSP are interrelated, they are solved separately.  To investigate this interrelationship, a leader-follower Stackelberg game is  proposed. This game is modeled by a bi-level optimization model and is solved by  a nested ant colony optimization algorithm. The viability of the proposed model  is established using a case study, and the results demonstrate significant cost  savings for both the airline and maintenance company.

Second, there are  many possible uncertainties related to an assembly line, and serious  consequences can be induced without real-time information. With Industry 4.0,  real-time information can be analyzed and commands can be sent to control the  production process, which creates a novel context that few researchers  considered. A fuzzy decision support system is used to model the information  transparency changes brought by Industry 4.0, and to decide when to re-balance  the assembly line and adjust the production rate in each workstation. As a  result, the blocking time, starving time, and work-in-process inventory are  decreased.

人物简介:Professor  Felix Chan received his BSc Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Brighton  University, UK, and obtained his MSc and PhD in Manufacturing Engineering from  the Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London, UK.  Prior  to join The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Professor Chan worked in various  institutions including  University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK;  University of  South Australia; and The University of Hong Kong. Professor Chan is now working  at the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, The Hong Kong  Polytechnic University. He is also the Associate Dean (Research) serving the  Faculty of Engineering. His current research interests are Logistics and Supply  Chain Management, Operations and Production Management, Distribution  Coordination, Systems Modelling and Simulation, AI techniques; Industrial 4.0.   To date, he has published 16 book chapters, over 330 refereed international  journal papers and 270 peer reviewed international conference papers, h index=  36 under the Web of Science.  He is a chartered member of the Chartered  Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong.



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