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Digital Economy and Digital Logistics as New Area of Study in Higher Education

Korepin V., Dorozhkin E. M., Mikhaylova A. V. et al.

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. 2020. Vol. 15. No. 13. P. 137-154.

Book chapter
Оптимизация грузоперевозок в моделях управления запасами с учетом особенностей денежных потоков

Gerami V., Kolik A., Shidlovskii I.

In bk.: Информационные технологии и инновации на транспорте: материалы VI Международной научно-практической конференции (20 мая 2020 года). Орловский государственный университет им. И.С. Тургенева, 2020. P. 86-91.

Working paper
Improving Transport Infrastructure in Russia

Kolik A.

OECD Economics Department Working Papers. ECO/WKP. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2015. No. 1193.

International Center of Logistics and the School of Logistics held a round table "Simulation and Optimization in SCM"

On May 31, 2016 International Center of Logistics and the School of Logistics of Faculty of Business and Management of National Research University Higher School of Economics together with partners held a round table with international participation on the topic "Simulation and optimization in SCM".

The International Center of Logistics invited a well-known specialist in the field of simulation of production logistics systems and digital manufacturing, Professor of Fraunhofer IFF (Magdeburg, Germany), Ph. D. Yuri Toluev.

The report of Yuri Toluev revealed theoretical aspects and the modern tools of management consulting and engineering of logistics and production systems, including the demonstration of high-tech solutions for Industry 4.0 and new sofware of The Company AnyLogic - simulation system for designing of supply chains АnyLogistix (ALX). The second part of the speech of Yuri Toluev included a demonstration of solutions of practical problems in logistics and industry using tools of simulation and optimization modeling in logistics.

Moderator and round table organizer was Natalia Lychkina, a candidate of Economics, associate professor of Department of information systems and technologies in logistics.

The round table also included presentations of partners of the School of logistics with demonstration of practical applications and industrial solutions.