MIT Campus | Location given upon registration
MIT Building E51-325, Cambridge MA
The MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab will be hosting Megan Rhodes, Deputy Chief of Health at USAID Global Health.
Advances in science and technology offer exciting opportunities to improve the health status of millions in both humanitarian and resource-poor settings. While innovation is alluring, many global health challenges faced today have had solutions available for decades that have not been implemented – or are not accessible – at scale.
Ms. Rhodes will draw on her 15 years as a public health specialist at USAID to explore the contrasts between need for basic public health services...
MIT E40 Room 356
Join MIT CTL Distinguished Speaker Series as we host Chris Sultemeier for a discussion about The Changing Nature of Retail Supply Chains. As Former EVP of Logistics at Walmart, Mr. Sultemeier brings a wealth of experience to the topic. Please join us in the SCM Lab for the discussion.
MIT CTL's Matthias Winkenbach welcomes Prof. Geoff Boeing from Northeastern University to give a guest lecture for our SCM Urban Last-Mile Logistics course. Professor Boeing is an Assistant Professor at Northeastern University’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, which he joined after his time as a Ph.D. student and then Postdoctorate at Berkeley. He is the creator of one of the most relevant tools for spatial data and network analytics available today, the Python package OSMnx. He will be providing an overview of his work on urban planning from a networks perspective.
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MIT E40 3rd Floor, Cambridge, USA
SCM has turned 20! Let's Celebrate
Location: MIT E52, Samberg Conference Center, 7th floor MIT Sloan, 50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142
Chambre des métiers du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg
2 Circuit de la Foire Internationale
This one-day event at the Luxembourg Center for Logistics and Supply Chain Management brings together experts from the MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics, the University of Luxembourg, and the industry to offer a truly unique learning opportunity on the future of supply chain and sustainability. Register here.
Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
Enterprises are becoming increasingly global, with supply chains spanning geographical boundaries. To navigate the global marketplace, leaders need to know how to plan the most efficient use of material resources, as well as manage complex global networks and optimize service and quality. This course will draw on real issues confronting companies today to provide strategic frameworks for undertaking major decisions to increase competitive advantage. Register or learn more here.