Supply Chain Engineering and Logistics Laboratory

The Supply Chain Engineering and Logistics Laboratory (SCiLOG) is a laboratory that facilitates students to support teaching, research, and community service on various topics related to the design and improvement of socio-technical systems with a quantitative approach to systems thinking and engineering. This laboratory also covers several related matters, such as analysis of the development of a commodity supply chain system, green supply chain, supply chain projects, military logistics, network optimization, and so on. Various types of practicum are carried out in this laboratory, including distribution simulation games, risk pools, network optimization, people express, systems dynamics, and project scheduling.

The equipment available in this laboratory includes: computers, flexim version, Vensim software, Monte Carlo simulation software, and so on.