Professor J. Rod Franklini loeng "Event Prediction in the Cloud: Using agent based CEP to anticipate the future" 25. novembril
Esmaspäeval, 25. novembril peab kell 14.00 ruumis ICT-507AB professor J. Rod Franklin avaliku loengu "Event Prediction in the Cloud: Using agent based CEP to anticipate the future". Loeng on inglise keeles, kõik huvilised on oodatud!
With more than 63,000 employees at 1,000 locations in over 100 countries, the Kuehne + Nagel Group is one of the world's leading logistics companies. Its strong market position lies in the seafreight (Global no 1), airfreight (Global no 2), contract logistics (Global no 3) and overland businesses, with a clear focus on providing IT-based supply chain management services.
Kühne+Nagel Tallinn IT Center was established in August 2012. The Centre Kühne+is providing IT solutions and services to Group worldwide ranging from architecture, application design, Java development, testing, and infrastructure & application support. Over the past year, Kühne+Nagel has recruited almost 10 people each month, more than 115 people have been employed . On top IT Center capabilities, there will be new services added all the time and extensive growth planned in coming years.
Prof. J. Rod Franklin is Adjunct Professor of Logistics and Academic Director of Executive Education at the Kühne Logistics University. Professor Franklin, an engineer and operations manager by training and experience, received his Doctorate in Management from the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Professor Franklin has held management positions at Kühne + Nagel, USCO Logistics, ENTEX Information Services, Digital Equipment Corporation, and Cameron Iron Works. In addition, he has been a consultant for Booz-Allen & Hamilton, Theodore Barry & Associates and Arthur Young & Co. Professor Franklin was also a development engineer for the Saginaw Steering Gear Division of General Motors Corporation.
Professor Franklins research focuses on the application of modern management techniques to the efficient and effective operation of supply chains, sustainable business models, green logistics, corporate social responsibility and cloud based supply chain management.
In his role as Academic
Director of the Kühne Logistics Universitys Executive Education
program, Professor Franklins focus is on ensuring that executives
educated at the University receive both the rigor and relevance in their
academic training that they expect from a world class research
institute like the Kühne Logistics University.