Pengzhong Li

Tongji UniversityChina

Professor Dr. Pengzhong Li is now Assistant Director of Sino-German School of Postgraduate Studies (CDHK) of Tongji University. He received his Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tongji University in 2004. From 1995 to 2001, he has worked as Manager of Business Department and Warehousing Management Department in Guilin Daewoo Bus Co., LTD. He is a Director of Intelligent Manufacturing and Services Branch of China Creative Studies Institute and Director of East China Branch of National College Institute of Manufacturing Automation. His research interests are intelligent manufacturing system and manufacturing process quality control technology. He has hosted and participated in several major national science and technology projects, natural science fund projects and enterprise consultation projects. He has rich practical experience, and long-term and stable cooperation and exchanges with manufacturing enterprises and research institutes in the field of industrial automation. At present, he is committed to research on man-machine coordination in the application of Artificial Intelligence.

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The purpose of supply chain management is to make production system manage production process, improve customer satisfaction and reduce total work cost. With indubitable significance, supply chain management attracts extensive attention from businesses and academic scholars. Many important research findings and results had been achieved. Research work of supply chain management involves all activities and processes including planning, coordination, operation, control and optimization of the whole supply chain system. This book presents a collection of recent contributions of new methods and innovative ideas from the worldwide researchers. It is aimed at providing a helpful reference of new ideas, original results and practical experiences regarding this highly up-to-date field for researchers, scientists, engineers and students interested in supply chain management.

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