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Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., Nagy Zoltán András PhD student Report on Phd activity Office : A March 2012
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., Structure of the Report 1.Organized courses 2.Scientific requirements 2/1 - Publications 2/2 - Conferences 2/3 – Research activities 2/4 – Education activites 3. Dissertation Literature review Publication of certain chapters
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., – Organized courses - Starting date:September Ending:July 2009
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /1 – Publications Books: Dr. Hartványi Tamás – Nagy Zoltán András: Logisztikai „trade-off” a transzkontinentális ellátási láncokban in Logisztikai évkönyv , Magyar Logisztikai Egyesület, 2007, pp Articles in Journal: Zoltán András Nagy: Agility in Supply Chains – Acta Technica Jaurinensis Series Logistica Vol. 1. No. 2. (2008) ISSN , Széchenyi István Egyetem, Győr, 2008 pp Conference proceedings Tamás Hartványi PhD – Dorottya Mánik – Zoltán András Nagy : Comparative analysis on taxation environment and policy of transporting companies in RIRL 2006, Pontremoli, Italy, szeptember, pp Mánik Dorottya - Dr. Hartványi Tamás - Nagy Zoltán András: Reorganization of the information system at an automotive supplier in MMS 2006, Presov, Oktober 2006, pp Nagy Zoltán András: Improvement of production processes' IT backround at an automative industry supplier in FIKUSZ 2006, Budapest, november 3., pp
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /2 – Abstract of the most relevant publication Zoltán András Nagy: Integration of customer satisfaction into a supply model – Acta Technica Jaurinensis Series Logistica Vol. 3. No. 3. (2010) ISSN , Széchenyi István Egyetem, Győr, 2010 pp The utility of supply chain added value is different by various goods or consumers. In this paper the possible values of the utilization and the behavior of these values are inserted into a supply model. The aim of this model is to determine the supply and demand parameters of the utilization of added value, which has great influence on the evolution of supply chains..
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /3 – Conferences RIRL 2006 Pontremoli, Italy, szeptember 2006 Title: Comparative analysis on taxation environment and policy of transporting companies MMS 2006 Slovakia, Presov, Oktober 2006 Title: Reorganization of the information system at an automotive supplier
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /4 – Applied research activities Research Topic: „Measurement-based warehouse cost model for storage racks” Company: Logwin Solutions Hungary Kft. Research duration: – Research Topic: „Comparative cost analysis for simple road transport and RO-LA transport” Company: Hungarokombi Kombinált Fuvarozást Szervező Kft. Research duration: –
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /5 – Teaching activity Semester autumn in 2007/2008: - Logistics, full time students, 2 hours/week - Sales Logistics, full time students, 2 hours/week Semester spring in 2007/2008: - Logistics, full time students, 2 hours/week - Production Logistics, full time students, 2 hours/week Semester autumn in 2008/2009: - Logistics, full time students, 2 hours/week - Sales Logistics, full time students, 2 hours/week
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /1 – Dissertation Research topic: Behaviour models of supply chain in connection with the size of the supply area Scientific leader: Dr. Hartványi Tamás PhD Deadlines: Submission of dissertation for preliminary assessment – Spring 2010 Start of final graduation process– Spring 2010
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /2 – Main research fields Relevant references From the past 5 years Looking over the international publicatoins Theoretical research: Measurement of the agility of Supply Chains Various Supply Chains Integration of customer satisfaction into a supply model
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /3 – Most relevant references 1.Responsive supply chain: A competitive strategy in a networked economy Omega, Volume 36, Issue 4, August 2008, Pages Angappa Gunasekaran, Kee-hung Lai, T.C. Edwin Cheng 2.A. Gunasekaran, Design and implementation of agile manufacturing systems, International Journal of Production Economics 62 (1–2) (1999), pp. 1–6. Article 3.[R. Mason-Jones and D.R. Towill, Total cycle time compression and the agile supply chain, International Journal of Production Economics 62 (1999), pp. 61–73. Article 4.M. Holweg and J. Miemczyk, Delivering the ‘3-day car’—the strategic implications for automotive logistics operations, Journal of Purchasing & Supply Management 9 (2003), pp. 63–71. Article 5.R. Stratton and R.D.H. Warburton, The strategic integration of agile and lean supply, International Journal of Production Economics 85 (2003), pp. 183–198. Article 6.J. Sounderpandian, S. Prasad and M. Madan, Suppliers from developing countries: optimal order quantities under loss risks, Omega 36 (2008), pp. 122–130. Article 7.W. Xia and Z. Wu, Supplier selection with multiple criteria in volume discount environments, Omega 35 (5) (2007), pp. 494–504. Article 8.B. Meijboom and B. Obel, Tactical coordination in a multi-location and multi-stage operations structure: a model and a pharmaceutical company case, Omega 35 (3) (2007), pp. 258–273. Article 9.A. Ruiz-Torres and F. Mahmoodi, The optimal number of suppliers considering the costs of individual supplier failures, OMEGA 35 (1) (2007), pp. 104–115. Article 10.G. Stefansson, Business-to-business data sharing: a source for integration of supply chain, International Journal of Production Economics 75 (2002), pp. 135–146. Article
Nagy Zoltán András© Department of Logistics and Forwarding, H-9026 Győr, Egyetem tér 1., /4 – Objectives Chapters of the dissertation: The goal and method of the research; Measurement of the agility of Supply Chains; Comparison of various Supply Chains; Behaviour models of the participants of Supply Chains; Agility in various Supply Chains.
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