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  1. Döbrössy PetraPhD studentSzéchenyi István UniversityDepartment of Logistics and ForwardingReport on PhD activity Office: A 601 dobrossy@sze.hu +36/30-256-73-38 Győr, 2010. September

  2. The structure of the report • Organized courses • Scientific requirements • 2/1 - Publications • 2/2 - Conferences • 2/3 – Research activities • 2/4 – Education activities • Dissertation

  3. 1 – Organized courses - Starting date:September 2010 - Deadline: June 2012 - Required subjects: Autumn 2010: 0/5 Spring 2011: 0/8 Autumn 2011: 0/7 Spring 2012: 0/6

  4. 2/1 – Publications • Kovács, J., Döbrössy, P.: Termékkövetés és azonosítás, Informatika Korszerű Technikái 2010, Dunaújváros, 2010. • Kovács, J., Döbrössy, P.: The role and adaptibility of product traceability in logistic, Acta Technica Jaurinensis, volume 1, number 2, pp. 355-364, ISSN 1789-6932, 2008. • Döbrössy, P., Mánik, D., Tóth, L.: Analysis of RFID application through an automotive supplier processes, ISCIII 3rd International Symposium on Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics, Agadir, pp. 177-181, 2007. • Kovács, J., Döbrössy, P., Gyöngyösi, M.: Application of RFID technology from logistic aspect in process of rail transportation, RIRL 2006, Pontremoli, Italy, 2006. • Mánik, D., Tóth, L., Döbrössy, P.: RFID application in production processes of an automotive industry supplier, INES 2006, London, pp. 45-48, 2006. • Kovács, J., Döbrössy, P., Gyöngyösi, M.: The opportunities of RFID adaptation in control of rail-guided transit system, MicroCAD 2006 International Scientific Conference, Misckolc, 2006. • Döbrössy, P., Kovács, J.: Online IT based logistics system related to production of a Public Service Company, MicroCAD 2005 International Scientific Conference, Misckolc, 2005.

  5. 2/2 – Abstract of the most important publication Kovács, J., Döbrössy, P.: The role and adaptibility of product traceability in logistic, Acta Technica Jaurinensis, volume 1, number 2, pp. 355-364, ISSN 1789-6932, 2008. Széchenyi István University an R&D project started on product tracking. At that time we began a deeper research into this topic. In our article we will highlight why companies really need product tracking, how we can realize a tracking system and what kind of benefits a company can attain from product tracking and tracing. Keywords: product tracking, identification


  6. 2/3 – Conferences • MicroCAD 2005 International Scientific Conference University of Miskolc, Miskolc, Hungary, 2005 Title of presentation: Online IT based logistics system related to production of a Public Service Company • INES 2006 – 10th International Conference on Intelligent Engineering Systems London Metropolitan University, London, UK, 2006 Title of presentation: RFId application in production processes of an automotive industry supplier • RIRL 2006 – 6th International Conference of Logistics Research Piagnaro Castle, Pontremoli, Italy 2006 Title of presentation: Application of RFId technology from logistics aspect in process of rail transportation • 4th International Logistics and Supply Chain Congress Izmir University of Economics, Izmir, Turkey 2006 Title of presentation: RFId Implementation – Theoretical and Practical Questions • Informatika Korszerű Technikái Konferencia College of Dunaújváros, Dunaújváros, Hungary 2010 Title of presentation: Termékazonosítás és követés

  7. 2/4 – Applied research activities Research institute: Universitas-Győr Nonprofit Ltd – Széchenyi István University Reserch topic: „Product identification and tracking at Nemak Győr Ltd.” Research duration: 2008.02.04-11.30. Research institute: Universitas-Győr Nonprofit Ltd – Széchenyi István University Reserch topic: ”Modeling a product tracking system” Research duration: 2009.02.01-11.30. Research institute: Universitas-Győr Nonprofit Ltd – Széchenyi István University Reserch topic: ”Optimize and improve the processes of a company” Research duration: 2009.08.10-11.30. Research institute: Universitas-Győr Nonprofit Ltd – Széchenyi István University Reserch topic: ”Improve warehouse and inventory management system” Research duration: 2009.08.10-2010.02.26.

  8. 2/5 – Teaching activity Autumn Semester 2010/2011 Thesis (BSc.) – inner consultant

  9. 3/1 – Dissertation Research field: • Modeling of production processes in order to optimize the material flow Scientific leader: • Péter Földesi PhD Deadlines: • Submission of dissertation for preliminary assessment – Autumn 2013 • Start of final graduation process – Spring 2014

  10. 3/2 – Main research fields Relevant references: • From the past 5-10 years • Short list for 50 pcs • Looking over the international publications Theoretical research: • Production systems • Methods for optimization • Product tracking systems Empirical research: • Analysis of existing tracking systems

  11. 3/3 – Most relevant references • Thiesse, Frederic - Fleisch, Elgar: On the value of location information to lot scheduling in complex manufacturing processes, International Journal of production economics, Volume 112, Issue 2., Pages 532-542, April 2008 • Mikko Rönkkö, Mikko Kärkkäinen, Jan Holmström: Benefits of an item-centric enterprise-data model in logistics services: A case study, Computers in Industry 58 (2007) pp. 814–822 • Mikko Kärkkäinen, Timo Ala-Risku, Kary Främling : The product centric approach: a solution to supply network information management problems? Computers in Industry 52 (2003) pp. 147–159 • Duncan McFarlane, Sanjay Sarma, Jin Lung Chirn, C.Y. Wong, Kevin Ashton : Auto ID systems and intelligent manufacturing control, Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 16 (2003) pp. 365–376 • Roger A. Lindau: Automatic data capture and its impact on productivity, Int. J. Production Economics 52 (1997) pp. 91-103 • Mikko Kärkkäinen, Jan Holmström, Kary Främling, Karlos Artto: Intelligent products - a step towards a more effective project delivery chain, Computers in Industry 50 (2003) pp. 141-151 • M.H. Jansen-Vullersa, C.A. van Dorp, A.J.M. Beulens: Managing traceability information in manufacture, International Journal of Information Management 23 (2003) pp. 395–413 • Jan Holmström, Kary Främling, Timo Ala-Risku: The uses of tracking in operations management: Synthesis of a research program, International Journal of Production Economics (2010), doi:10.1016/j.ijpe.2010.03.017 • Kannan Mohan, Balasubramaniam Ramesh: Traceability-based knowledge integration in group decision and negotiation activities, Decision Support Systems 43 (2007) pp. 968–989

  12. 3/4 – Objectives Main chapters (under work out): • Characteristics of production systems • Parameters of tracking systems (inner and in the whole SC) • Technological solutions of tracking systems • Impact of product tracking to competitiveness • Objective functions for the optimization of material flow • Definition of product tracking methods • Create an IT model supporting product tracking