Curriculum 3rd year
Introduction on influence of project parameters to assembly.
Methods and technics for planning of assembly systems (problem determination, rough planning, fine planning, realisation, start-up procedures)
Basic technics of assembly and montage systems and influence of manner of transportation an material handling system (Assembly and montage systems without automatically material flow, partly- and completely automatic assembly systems with transportation and warehouse systems).
Shifts for design of assembly systems (determination of assembly rhythm, determination of number of working places, determination of buffers, determination of material and information flow).
Information flow and information carriers (bar-code, RFID, Pick by light, Pick by voice, …)
Buffers (on transportation line buffers, circulation-tipe buffers, special cases of warehousing)
Safety demands and cases of assembly cells.
Seminar (project) work supplement lectures with practical solutions design problems by assembly systems.
Lecturer: doc. dr. Gajšek Brigita
Asistent: asist. Marolt Jakob
Type (examination, oral, coursework, project): completed home-works and seminar (project) work, examination (theoretical and practical knowledge). Successful competition of e-lectures and e-tutorials is a prerequisite for entering the exam. Written exam (30%). Seminar work (20%). Oral exam (50%).
Basic legal terms: society, law, the legal act, legal relations, regularity, systematics of law, international law, constitutional law.
Law of the European Union: sources of the EU law, main institutions of the EU and their competencies, decision-procedure in the EU.
Commercial law: the concept of commercial law, regulatory resources, characteristics.
Commercial status law: the concept, regulatory resources, characteristics, personal companies, companies with share capital, economic interest groupings, associated companies, termination of a company.
Bases of the contract law: the concept, resources, principles, legal basis for entering into obligation, contractual obligations, obligations in tort, termination of obligation.
The most important treaties: sales contract, work contract, insurance contract.
Fundamentals of transport law: the definition, the unification of law, the future of transport law. Contract of carriage: characteristics, types, contract on transport of freight, contract on transport of passengers. Other important contracts: contract of deposit, a contract of warehousing.
Stocks: bill of exchange, check, share, debenture bond, immaterialized stocks.
Tax procedures and customs clearances in relation to the passenger and freight transport.
Intellectual property law: industrial property (patent, industrial design, trademark, geographical indication) copyright law.
Definition and importance of insurance
Basic insurance contracts
Elements of transport insurance contract
Insurance of goods in different modes of transport
• Introduction to purchasing
• The importance of purchasing in the supply chain
• Purchasing objectives
• Procurement activities
• Purchasing Management
• Purchasing policy
• Supplier selection
• Monitoring supplier performance
E-business: role, importance, aim and historical overview.
New business models
Applicability of e-business in various business subsystems
Integration of e-business with other business methodologies in business systems
E-business in logistics
- Organization of transport
- Planning transport routes
- Transport costs
- Tariff systems
- Transport policy
- Characteristics of international transport
- Research areas of intelligent transport systems
- Economics of specific types of transport (exceptional transport, cold chain)
In the framework of the subject the students gather in-depth knowledge of business information systems and their enterprise resource planning systems.
For transportation of goods plays a very important role packaging which allows the product to come unharmed to destination. Field of the packaging is very wide and has in Slovenia an important role in industry. Packaging is part of the logistics, so we should not forget the environmental awareness and favouring the use of environmentally friendly materials. Packaging is all around us and today there is almost no product that would not be packed. The purpose of packaging is to protect and maintain the product. When packing carry out its tasks, its purpose is fulfilled. Packaging is very heavily involved in our daily lives that we often forget its important role.
Logistical processes and green technologies
The role of government in promoting of green technologies and renewable energy sources
Green technologies and renewable energy sources
Introduction and use of green technologies and renewable energy sources in the logistics subsystems
Economics of alternative fuels integration in to logistics processes
Energy management in logistics organizations and new technological concepts
Case studies of the implementation of green technologies and green energy sources
1. Basics and Overview of Project Leadership
2. Project leaderskip knowledge:
a) Initiating the project
b) Scope statement and WBS
c) Time estimating techniques
d) Cost estimating techniques
e) Project quality assurance
f) Resource planning
g) Project communications leadership
h) Project risk management and controling change
i) Project procurement leadership
3. Project life cycle
4. Four „rules “ of lidership
Creating project plan using software.
Practical training represents for you a direct contact with the economy, represents an opportunity to get familiar with the selected organization in a real environment, integrating theory with practice. It is organized in the areas covered by logistics, but also in the context of an appropriate laboratory on the Faculty if it is included in a research and development project, which (co-)financier is a company.
The practical training shall be conducted under the supervision mentors from the Faculty in collaboration with mentors from the organization. The purpose of this course is to get to know the organization and its work processes, organization of logistics operations, management of logistics operations, planning and implementation of logistics activities, potential implementation and application of theoretical knowledge to practical work processes, ways of improving work processes and their results.
Practical experience which you gain in a particular work environment is invaluable. It also enables you to show your competencies to potential future employers.
Performance during practical learning (50%), Written report of the final report (50%)
Inside title page
Declaration concerning the authorship of submitted work
Abstract in Slovene and in a foreign language (English or German) and key words
Review of the subject – index
Review of the figures – index
Review of the tables – index
Review of the appendices – index
Practical part of the thesis (argument)
Contribution of the thesis to the professional field
Bibliography and sources
Appendices (if needed)
Glossary (if needed)
Abbreviations and acronyms (if needed)
Thesis (80%), Defence of thesis (20%)