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SF2866 Applied Systems engineering,  

SF2868 Systems engineering, Business and Management, Part 1  

  • Official KTH information on the course

  • Exam Oct 2016, and solutions.
    Exam Jan 2016,
    Exam Oct 2016 , and solutions.

    This course is project based and the projects will be performed in teams.
    Therefore, it is important that all participants are present at the first lecture for team assignments.
    If you can not attend, please fill out the form and send it to the examiner before the first lecture. The teams to the first project will be announced on the class August 31, hence it will not be possible to join the course after that date.
    You will be assigned to one team for the first project and another one for the second project.
    This year the projects will be provided by Sabre (Airline Solutions) and Tio100 (Healthcare).
    It is mandatory that you participate in the final presentations for the two projects, see the detailed course information below for the dates.
    We strongly encourage attendance to all scheduled team activites and will check attendance at those classes.

    This page is updated during the course to provide the latest information and material.

    For information about the practical details regarding exams; signing up, placement et.c. see the student affairs office

  • Some detailed course information (It is updated at this moment) (KursPM)

  • Projects

    The project descriptions will be found on the social homepages of the course SF2866 and SF2868.

    Supplementary Course Material

    Some material will be posted here during the course.

    Supplementary Material from Lectures

  • Introduction slides from the first class.
    These slides are used to describe the course, and then notes for the rest of the first lecture on models, modelling and simulation.

    Suggested reading in the book before (or after) the lectures:

    (This is updated as we go along for 2015)
    We use the following acronyms:
    IOR for Hillier and Liebermans "Introduction to Operations Research",
    ORMS for "Operations Research and Management Science Handbook"

    Lecture 1:     IOR Chapter 20, ORMS Chapters 1, 12.
    Lecture 2:     ORMS Chapter 20.1-2 Airline Optimization,
                        IOR Chapter 11 - Example 3.
    Lecture 3:     Presentation of project 1 by Sabre. A relevant whitepaper
    Lecture 4:     ORMS Chapter 20.2 Airline Optimization, Chapter 4.8 Multicommodity flow problems
                        IOR Chapter 11 - Example 3.
    Lecture 5:     QaA: Prepare questions
    Lecture 6:     ORMS Chapter 18.4 - Production systems
    Lecture 7:     QaA: Prepare questions
    Lecture 8:     ORMS Chapter 18.4 - Production systems
    Lecture 9:     Send preliminary report to reviewers, review other report.
    Lecture 10:    
    Lecture 11:     Presentation of Project 2 by Tio100, swedish site.
    Lecture 12:     Final presentation of Project 1. Submit final report and code.
    Lecture 13:    
    Lecture 14:     QaA: Prepare questions (email)
    Lecture 15:     ORMS Chapter 10 - Inventory theory IOR Chapter 18 (focus on 18.5) Inventory theory
    Lecture 16:    
    Lecture 17:     ORMS Chapter 22.4-5 - Supply Chains,
    Lecture 18:     Send preliminary report to reviewers, review other report.
    Lecture 19:     Guest lecture from SAAB Avionics
    Lecture 20:    
    Lecture 21:     Final presentation of Project 2. Submit final report and code.

    Material included in the course

    Description of theory covered in the course, Reading instructions.