Fundamentals of Logistics (former Logistics)
The module enables students to understand the operating principles of logistics connecting the areas of economics, material-flow technology, production technology, transport systems and informatics. They realize the comprehensive approach and the process orientation of logistics and are able to apply the taught methodologies in logistics planning.
The students know the tasks, contents and challenges in logistics. The acquired knowledge allows for designing logistics systems in consideration of the design tasks as well as the dependencies and inter-dependencies to other corporate functions. The course aims at preparing students for continuing Master courses in logistics and giving practical expertise for the professional life of Bachelor graduates.
The aim is to convey an
understanding of the design tasks in logistics and at the same time to
get to know the dependencies and interdependencies to other corporate
In addition, the design of logistics systems and the necessary information systems will be taught.
|You will find the module
description with information on the workload, the type of examination
and grading here .|
number||73 110 L 6631
|Time||Lecture mondays, 10-14 Uhr|
Plus a case study
(Access via ISIS-course)
Lecturer of the event
- © Fachgebiet Logistik - TU Berlin
The event will be held by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Straube .
The important dates of the current semester can be
found on the German website.
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AnsprechpartnerinAnna Lisa Junge, M.Sc.
+49 (0) 30 314 274 99
Sprechzeiten: nach Vereinbarung
Room H 9177
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