The primary focus of research carried out as part of the Chair’s statutory activities is “The use of the simulation method to optimize the design and improvement of processes in the logistics supply chain.” This research aims to analyze the scope of tasks, problems, and decisions relevant to logistic processes, including the development of solutions and implementation plans which require optimization and risk reduction using computer-based simulation methods.
Furthermore, this project aims to use the simulation method for non-invasive flow optimization and improvement of the functional variants of business processes in logistic supply chains using simulators developed for that purpose.
In addition, the Chair conducts research and prepares expert opinions for the industry and logistics sector, carried out by individual researchers. The activities focus on:
- The return system and customer service management in B2C relations; under the leadership of Kateryna Lysenko Ryba, Ph.D.
- Identification and mapping of key business processes related to the implementation of innovations, their modification, and optimization; under the leadership of Grzegorz Wróbel, Ph.D.
Research financed from the subsidy of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education:
Application of the simulation method to optimize the design and improvement of processes in the logistics supply chain
Project Manager: Grzegorz Wróbel, Ph.D. email@example.com
The aim of the project is to analyze the scope of tasks, problems and decisions in logistics processes whose implementation, solution and undertaking requires optimization and reduction of risk using the simulation method.
Period of implementation: 2018–2020