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Briefing For LI5001 Research Project

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  1. Briefing For LI5001 Research Project Assoc Prof Tan Kok Choon Director (Degree Education) The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific A Collaboration Between Winner for Best Educational Course Provider 2003-2013

  2. The Logistics Institute – Asia Pacific LI5001 SCM Research Project • To meet the requirements for graduation, M.Sc. (SCM) students are required to take LI5001 Supply Chain Management Research Project Purpose • The purpose of the industrial research project is to allow M.Sc. (SCM) students to gain exposure to the logistics/supply chain industry and also experience the application of relevant knowledge to solve practical logistics/supply chain problems.

  3. Establishing the Industrial Research Project • For a team of three (3) members • Seek a professor (lists below) to supervise your research project. You should try to approach and discuss your project ideas with a few professors • Decision Sciences: James ANG; Lucy CHEN; Mabel CHOU; CHOU Fee Seng; Singfat CHU; Mark GOH; Brian HWARNG; Jessi KEPPO; Andrew LIM; LIU Qichang; QUEK Ser Aik; QI Mei; Melvyn SIM; SUM Chee Chuong; SUN Jie; TAN Kok Choon; TEO Chung Piaw; Thompson TEO; Sheila WANG; WANG Tong; WU Yaozhong; ZHANG Hanqin • Industrial & Systems Engineering:ANG Beng Wah; Michel-Alexandre CARDIN; CHAI Kah Hin; CHEN Nan; CHEONG Taesu; CHEW Ek Peng; Aaron CHIA; GOH Tong Ngee; GONG Dah-Chuan; HE Shuangchi; HUANG Boray; Rashmi JAIN; LEE Loo Hay; Adam NG; NG Kien Ming; NG Szu Hui; POH Kim Leng; TAN Chin Hon; TAN Kay Chuan; TANG Loon Ching; TEO Kwong Meng; Robert DE SOUZA • Complete the Project Proposal and Agreement Form (Annex A) and submit it to TLI-AP by the deadline

  4. Role of NUS Supervisor • Advise students in defining the scope and deliverables of the Research Project • Guide students through the following stages: • Literature review (if necessary) • Data collection & analysis • Modeling and solution generation • Writing of the Project Report • Preparation of the Poster Presentation • Assess the performance of students under his/her supervision: • Mid-term progress report • Final project report • Poster presentation

  5. Role of Company Coordinator/Mentor • Assist students in identifying a suitable company project, and defining the objectives and scope of the study and activity milestones; • Serve as the resource person from the company to the students and keep track that the milestones are achieved on time; and • Interact with the NUS Supervisor on matters relating to the project and report pertinent issues (such as, work attitude and performance, keeping to schedule, etc.)

  6. Project Proposal and Agreement Form • Refer to Annex A • Make sure that you are very clear on the objectives, scope and deliverables of the Research Project • Discuss extensively with both NUS Supervisor and Company Coordinator/Mentor • Note that assessment will be based on this proposal • If there is a need to amend due to unforeseen circumstances, please submit amendments to TLI-AP, with endorsement by both NUS supervisor and Company Coordinator, soonest possible

  7. Assessment • Mid-term Progress Report (20%) • – by NUS Supervisor • Final Project Report (40%) • – by NUS Supervisor & Examiner assigned by TLI-AP • Poster Presentation (40%) • – by NUS Supervisor & Examiner assigned by TLI-AP

  8. Assessment of Group Projects • Based on the following: • Individual Statement of Contributions • Peer Appraisal (to be submitted by each member) • Mid-term and Final Reports (by team) • Poster Presentation (by team) • Oral Examination (individually, by NUS Supervisor and Examiner)

  9. Schedule (for Semester 1, 2013/2014) IBM ^TLIAP will print the A1-sized poster *Exact date to be determined

  10. Schedule (for Semester 2, 2013/2014) IBM ^TLIAP will print the A1-sized poster *Exact date to be determined

  11. Sourcing for Industry Projects • Two Options: • Option 1: Projects generated by students • May be done in 1 or 2 semesters • Option 2: Projects sourced by TLI-AP • Usually, must be done in 1 semester (5~6 months) • If to graduate in 4 Semesters (subject to CAP condition), MUST take 3 modules in 3rd Semester and complete the project in 4th Semester • If to graduate in 5 Semesters, then complete project in 5th Semester IBM

  12. Project Request Form & Registering for LI5001 • All M.Sc.(SCM) students who wish to have a project sourced by TLI-AP must submit a Project Request Form to TLI-AP at least three (3) months before the start of the semester that they intend to register for LI5001 (e.g., To register for LI5001 in 2013/2014 Semester 1, the Project Request must be submitted by 2 May 2013.) • Upon approval of the Project Proposal, TLI-AP will then coordinate with M.Sc.(SCM) Programme Office to register the students for the module LI5001 at the start of the semester IBM

  13. Reference: All necessary forms, report format and poster template are available at myPortal@NUS (Student Portal): https://myportal.nus.edu.sg/studentportal/tliap/gd/LI5001.html IBM