|Home institute||Prof. Dr. Jens Brunner - Health Care Operations / Health Information Management|
|participating institutes||Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät|
|Courses type||Projektstudium in category Teaching|
|First appointment||Tue , 16.10.2018 12:15 - 15:30|
|Participants||The exercises during the seminar should be processed in groups of 3 students.|
|Pre-requisites||Basic knowledge in operations management (e.g. BSc course "Produktion und Logistik"), basic knowledge in mathematics (including Linear Programming, e.g. BSc course "Mathematik I + II") and in statistics (probability distributions, e.g. BSc courses "Statistik I + II").|
|Learning organization||All course topics are introduced in class by a lecture and tutorials. Students solve assignment-sheets in groups of three and can get assistance by a tutor during the week.|
Course assessment consists of the following parts:
• Results of assignment-sheets (as group)
• Presentation (individually)
• In-class participation (individually)
Since every course is part of the course assignment, it's necessary to be present in each of the six lecture-dates !
Banks J, Carson JS, Nelson BL and Nicol DM: Discrete-Event System Simulation, Prentice Hall.
Law A: Simulation Modeling and Analysis, McGraw-Hill.
Latest versions of the books are relevant. Other literature will be announced in the course.
The course is limited to 21 students. Therefore an application is necessary. Please register for the course on Digicampus and send the completed excel document (available in the document section of this course) as well as a current transcript of records (STUDIS-Notenauszug) to email@example.com until 07-Oct-2018 (11:59 pm). We will inform you whether or not you can attend the course until Wednesday October 10th.
UPDATE: As there are still free seats for the course, a registration is possible until the start of the first lecture. Therefore, the first come - first served rule (regarding Digicampus registration) is applied.
|Current number of participants||13|
|expected number of participants||21|