Thursday, May 28, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Dr. Benoit Montreuil will emphasize the impactful interplay between supply chains and pandemics, across the world and in each locality. The impact of collectively improving pandemic supply chain readiness and response in each of the five world states - healthy, outbreak, epidemics, pandemics, and recovery - will be highlighted.
The focus will be on critical and essential supply chains to demonstrate the capital importance of supply chains in fighting and surviving a pandemics, as revealed by the COVID-19 crisis.
Key avenues for collectively and comprehensively enabling effective and efficient pandemic supply chain readiness and response in each of the world states will be presented. These avenues combine common-sense pragmatic practices to leading-edge concepts and technologies, notably based on Artificial Intelligence and the Physical Internet. They notably enable:
The presentation results from the interdisciplinary collaboration of 28 professors from Georgia Tech Supply Chain and Logistics Institute.
Please register online via Eventbrite if you plan to attend.
The webinar series aims to challenge us beyond the immediate crisis and onto a newer state where we have another chance to build strong community-research partnerships for good. By focusing on complex, societal problems that communities all over GA and the rest of the world face, we aim to provide innovative research and create partnerships to empower all. We adhere to GT’s Strategic Plan and Mission on “developing leaders who advance technology and improve the human condition.”
Let's all be #SMARTer Together.