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川崎 智也

Socioeconomic System

KAWASAKI Tomoya

Position
Assoc. Prof.
Affiliation
Department of Systems Innovation, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
Keyword
Supply Chain Management (SCM), Value Chain Management (VCM), Logistics Systems Optimization, Graph Analysis, Big Data Analysis
HP
https://www.logistics.sys.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp/top-en/
E-mail
kawasaki(at)sys.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp※Please replace (at) with @ and send mail.

Advanced logistics systems management

Advanced logistics systems management

Advanced logistics systems management

Advanced logistics systems management

Simulation analysis for the effect of new advanced logistics technologies

In logistics systems, several new advanced technologies are being introduced; such as autonomous vehicles and truck platooning. We evaluate the impact of these new technologies on several logistics network indicators such as cargo flow, fare of transport mode, profit of each stakeholder, and social surplus. Since logistics systems involve several stakeholders and interact with each other, interdependency between the stakeholders are also considered. Using this simulation model, socially desired logistics systems with the highest social surplus are proposed.

Supply Chain Management and Value Chain Management

In supply chain management (SCM), multiple countries and companies are involved in their production system. Our research target is global optimization of SCM, risk management, location choice model for automated warehouse and factories. We explore robust supply chain networks with economic rationality by using graph theory with machine learning. Also, desired trade structure for middle- and low-income countries are explored for further economic growth based on the idea of Global Value Chain (GVC).

Message
Logistics systems have been changing with technological innovation and social demand. Recently, value-added creation based on value chain management also becomes important issues in logistics systems. We attempt to identify the effect of technological innovation and change in social demand on logistics systems.

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