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UIC Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering IE 466 - Production Planning and Inventory Control Spring 2014

Instructor

Nan Ratisoontorn, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Eng ineering Office: 2059 ERF Phone: 312-996-5610 email: nratis2@uic.edu Office hours (lecture questions): Monday 1.30 - 2pm and Wednesday 10.30 - 11.30pm or by appointment.

Teaching Assistant

Samaneh Ebrahimi, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Office: TBA Phone: TBA email: sebrah5@uic.edu Office hours: TBA

Meeting times

The class meets for lecture on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays a t 12 - 12:50pm in 3290 SEL. Please arrive on time and turn you cell phones off during t he lectures.

Catalog Description

3 or 4 hours. 3 undergraduate hours. Principles of aggregate and disaggregate

production planning, master scheduling, job sequencing, design and control of de- terministic and stochastic inventory systems, and material requir ement planning.

4 graduate hours. Prerequisite(s): IE 342, IE 345 and IE 471

Textbook

Steven Nahmias, Production and Operations Analysis , 6th Edition, Mc Graw Hill, 2009. Topics to be covered: Chapters 1 and 3 - 8 (partial cover age).

Website

Course-related information announcements, and homework assig nment and solu- tions can be found on Blackboard.

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IE 466 Syllabus

Homework

Assignments are assigned on Blackboard at least a week in advance o f the due date, and are due by 12pm on the due date. You may submit your assignment electronically on Blackboard or in person as a hard copy at the lectur e. An as- signment turned in by someone else or a late assignment will not be accepted. Students with documented medical reasons may be excused. The homework so- lutions will be posted on Blackboard on the due date or shortly after . Graded assignments will be returned in class the following week. Collaboration with other students is encouraged: you may discuss with your classmat es possible ap- proaches to solving the problems in the assignment, but each student should write her/his solution independently. Computer use (Excel) will be neces- sary for certain assignments.

Grading

Assignments, midterms and final exams are graded numerically. The course grade will be determined as follows:

Homework and class participation

15%

Midterm I

25%

Midterm II

25%

Final Exam

35%

The assignments and class participation grade is evaluated based on class atten- dance, class participation and the average of all assignment grades except the lowest one.

Classroom policies and special note

Attendance: Attendance is extremely important . Please arrive on time for class. If you do arrive late, take a seat quietly. If you are unable to attend a class, or you need to arrive late or leave early, I prefer that you notify me in advance.

Cell phones: Please turn them off or to vibrate before during the lectures. If your cell phone rings in class, you may be asked to leave the classr oom.

Communication: Email is the best method of contact for communicating with me. Please ensure to include IE 466 on the subject line of all your emails to me.

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IE 466 Syllabus

Tentative course outline

Week 1

Jan. 13 - 17

HW 1 assigned on 1/18

Week 2

Jan. 22 - 24

HW 1 due; HW 2 assigned on 1/25

Week 3

Jan. 27 - 31

HW 2 due; HW 3 assigned on 1/31

Week 4

Feb. 3 - 7

HW 3 due; HW 4 assigned on 2/7

Week 5

Feb. 10 - 14

HW 4 due on 2/14

Week 6

Feb. 17 - 21

Midterm I ; HW 5 assigned on 2/21

Week 7

Feb. 24 - 28

HW 5 due; HW 6 assigned on 2/28

Week 8

Mar. 3 - 7

HW 6 due; HW 7 assigned on 3/7

Week 9

Mar. 10 - 14

HW 7 due; HW 8 assigned on 3/14

Week 10

Mar. 17 - 21

HW 8 due on 3/24

 

Mar. 24 - 28

Spring Break - No Class

Week 11

Mar. 31 - Apr. 4

Midterm II ; HW 9 assigned on 4/4

Week 12

Apr. 7 - 11

HW 9 due; HW 10 assigned on 4/11

Week 13

Apr. 14 - 18

HW 10 due; HW 11 assigned on 4/18

Week 14

Week 15

Apr. 21 - 25 Apr. 28 - May 2

HW 11 due on 4/25 Review for Final Exam

Tuesday May 6, 8 - 10am Final Exam

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