The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics & Supply Chain Management of the University of Luxembourg invites to its annual eXplore Conference on 1st March 2018.
In a fast-moving world, we all experience an unprecedented wave of innovations — artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, analytics, 3D printing, wearable technology — all maturing quickly and transforming industries throughout the world.
What does the future entail and how to navigate the way forward in this exciting world?
Join us at the LCL eXplore Conference for an inspiring discussion: Insights from the academic forefront combined with relevant input from industry champions will offer a truly unique learning opportunity on the future of supply chains. Our guiding theme leads us to eXplore and promote impactful research that ultimately advances and contributes to the growing success of businesses.
The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) is coming together with its key partner the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation and Logistics (MIT CTL) to discuss the latest research development in supply chain management.
Addressed topics are
Making sense of an uncertain future
Conquering the after-sales services market
Dr. Chris Caplice, Executive Director, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Center for Transportation & Logistics
Prof. Joachim Arts, Associate Professor in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at the LCL
Panel members: Javier Tordable, Google Cloud, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Voos, University of Luxembourg, Arie Moruanx, Johnson & Johnson...
About: The Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) at the University of Luxembourg was founded in cooperation with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the Luxembourg government. Its mission is to train supply chain experts, conduct leading-edge research in the field and be a valuable partner for the business community.
The first cohort of master students has started the programme in Sept. 2017. The programme includes a 3-week stay at the MIT, Boston and a thesis conducted with a partner company. Along with the Master diploma from the University of Luxembourg, graduates will get a Graduate Certificate from the MIT.
Executive education programmes are also offered.