Lecturer: Professor Loo Hay Lee---- National University of Singapore
Moderator: Professor Kou Gang---- School of Business Administration
Time: OCT. 15th, 2020. 13:00-14:00(UTC+8)
Live Broadcast Via Tencent Meeting ID: 634 8380 9611
(International Platform: VOOV Meeting ID: 634 8380 9611)
Host: School of Business Administration, SWUFE Scientific and Research Department
About the Lecturer:
Loo Hay Lee is a professor in the Department of Industry And Systems Engineering in National University of Singapore and a visiting professor in the Department of Systems Engineering and Operational Research at George Mason University. Dr. Li was also appointed as the Oriental Scholarsprofessorof Shanghai Maritime University by Shanghai Municipal Education Commission. He got his bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering in Taiwan University in 1992, and his Master's and Doctor's degrees in Harvard University in 1994 and 1997 respectively.
He has successively served as theDeputy Editor of multiple international journals, such asIEEE Transactions on automatic control, IIE transactions, IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and engineering, Flexible Services And Manufacturing Journal,Simulation: Transactions of the Society for Modeling And Simulation International,Asia Pacific Journal of Operational Research, International Journal of Industrial Engineer: Theory, Applications And Practice.Heis now the joint-editor ofJournal of Simulation,and the member of the consulting committeeofOR Spectrum.He is a senior member of IEEE and member of INFORMS Simulation Society. His research focuses on simulation optimization, modeling and analysis of port operations, logistics and supply chain systems. He co-led a team that won the Singaporean Next Generation Container Port Challenge Award in 2013 by proposing a revolutionary double deck container terminal design, named SINGA port. He is now the director of the maritime research center and co heads the next generation port (C4NGP) simulation and Modeling Excellence Center and the next generation logistics (C4NGL) center. In 2018, he won the Supply Chain Educator Award.
About the Lecture:
In this lecture, we will introduce some of Singapore's new initiatives in transforming industry into the next generation of industry, especially in the fields of logistics and shipping. We will also present our latest work in developing digital twins for various systems, such as warehouse systems and port systems. The digital twin model is developed based on O2DES framework, which has the ability of integrating optimization in simulation, and optimizing the system parameters according to the simulation output. In addition, our lectures will also include some simulation analysis methods that can assist us to learn in the future.