Curriculum 1st year
- Logistics from a historical perspective
- Concepts and principals of logistics and supply chain
- The importance of logistics and a systemic view
- Logistics as a process
- The logistics cycle: activities in a logistics system (key and supporting)
- Managing logistics
- The relation between logistics and supply chains
- The concept of continuous improvement
- Emerging trends in logistics (integrated logistics, lean logistics…)
- Service logistics (hospitals, military, tourism, humanitarian, sports…).
Lecturer: izr. prof. dr. Jereb Borut
Successful completion of e-lectures and e-tutorials is a prerequisite for entering the exam (20%). Written examination (60%), Excercise or seminar work (20%)
• Sustainable environment of 21 century
• Management of sustainable supply chain
• Role and importance of management of sustainable supply chain in working of organizations
• Planning and controlling of management in sustainable supply chain
• Leading of management in sustainable supply chain
• Sustainable supply chain and logistics management
• Sustainable logistics in logistics subsystems
• “Green” strategies in sustainable supply chain
• Environmental protection and environmental costs in sustainable supply chains
• Good Cases of managememnt in sustanable supply chain from practice
– Introduction to the theory of systems.
– Development of the theory of systems.
– General characteristics of systems.
– Principles of systems: characteristics of systems, structure and functioning of systems, the state of a system, system processes.
– Dynamic systems: linear dynamic systems, block algebra, the dynamics of the performance of linear systems, continuous systems, discrete systems.
– Modelling and simulations of systems
– Variant theories of systems: fuzzy, theory of living systems, soft systems methodology, theory of variable systems, critical systemic thinking, dialectic theory of systems.
– Theory of network thinking.
– System methodology of dialectical networked thinking.
1. Computing system architecture and function: computer hardware, peripheral devices, computer networks, software, programming languages, operating systems, processes and tasks.
2. Data-Information-Knowledge: Shannon’s information theory, bit-definition, data format (numbers, characters, pictures and sound), automated data processing, data storage – data files, data bases, data warehouses.
3. “Business process : Information system”:
– organizational view of a company,
– levels of decision making in a company,
– logistic information system components,
– data flow in a logistics supply chain.
4. Computer-aided project management:
– lifecycle of a project,
– project parameters,
– assignment of tasks and resources,
– Gantt and PERT diagrams,
– critical path method (CPM).
1. Informatics and information security in organizations
a) Definitions of some most used expressions from the field of informatics
b) Usage of IT as a tool for achieving goals of organization
2. Risk management
b) Model of objective and subjective risks
c) ISO 31000 in 31010
d) Catalogue of risks in logistics
3. Basics of ensuring the availability and integrity of information
4. ISO/IEC 18043:2006 and ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability information in organizations and ISO/IEC 27035:2011 and information security incident management for organizations
5. IT investitions
a) Managing of IT investitions with the help of Val IT
b) Managing of investments in logistics based on Val Log
6. IT standards in organizations
a) Sotfware and system engineering (JTC 1/SC 7 Software and system engineering)
b) Standard ISO/IEC 12207:1995 with amandments
c) ISO/IEC 90003:2004 standard
d) ISO/IEC 25000:2005 standard, ISO/IEC 25051:2006 in ISO/IEC 25062/2006
7. Document management systems in organizations
a) Life cycle of documents
b) Legislation and internal rules
c) Documents and materials
d) Safe e-archive of documents
e) Business models of capturing, conversion and e-archieving of documents
f) Development of internal rules project
8. Frameworks for IT management
b) Cobit 4.1
c) Cobit 5.0
To be able to communicate successfully in a specific subject area, one needs general English as well as subject-specific language and communication skills. Accordingly, the course English in logistics 1 focuses on developing logistics and transport vocabulary and business communication skills. Lectures are dedicated to developing writing, speaking, listening and reading skills through the exploration of authentic materials and case studies. Vocabulary and communication skills are developed in the framework of the following topics: history and development of logistics, careers in logistics and modes of transport (road, rail, air and water).
Although the main focus of the course is development of business vocabulary and communication skills, we will also revise and further develop knowledge and use of fundamental grammatical structures, including English verb tenses, adjectives and adverbs, modal verbs and relative clauses.
Vocabulary and skills gained in this course will prove useful to students who will engage in business communication in organisations involved in international transport of goods and services or international business.
Lecturer: lektor dr. Vičič Polona
Successful completion of e-tasks and quizzes is a prerequisite for entering the exam. Written exam (60%), Presentation on chosen topics and active class participation (40%).
history and development of logistics and importance of logistics in modern society, careers in logistics
milestones in the development of road transportation, public road transportation, freight road transportation, rules of the road.
milestones in the development of rail transportation, passenger and freight rail transportation
Milestones in the development of air transportation, passenger and freight air transportation
milestones in the development of water transportation, passenger and freight water transportation
Traffic and the environment
pollution, solutions and bio fuels
Strong and weak verbs
Lecturer: mag. Hribar Košir Aleksandra
Completed e-tutorial is a prerequisite for entering the exam. Written exam (60%), Oral presentation of selected topics and active class participation (40%).
Introduction: sets, number sets, examples
Matrix algebra: matrices, calculating with matrices, determinants, inverse matrix, calculating inverse matrices, matrix equations, systems of linear equations, examples
Vector algebra: vectors, addition and subtraction of vectors, multiplication of a vector by a scalar, the scalar product, the vector product, the mixed product, the vector area, examples
Sequences and series: sequences, limit, accumulation point, limitation, monotony, geometric series, examples
Functions of one variable: basic terminology, continuity of a function, function limit, characteristics of continuous functions, overview of continuous functions, function planning, examples
Introduction to economics and its role in logistics
Definition of economics, rarity and choice, management
A company, commercial companies and logistics
Market mechanism, offer and demand
Operation of logistics systems
Theory of production
Calculation of costs of logistics services
Pricing and tariff systems
Theory of pricing
The importance of tariff systems
Basic concepts of tariff systems
Tariff systems in logistics and transport
Tariff principles and tariff setting
Incomes, expenses and business outcome
Monopoly and total competitiveness
Risk and profit
Analysis of the threshold of cover
Efficiency, performance and competitiveness
Measuring efficiency and performance
Basic financial statements
Achieving competitive advantage
With the subject Mechatronics systems in logistics, students are acquainted with knowledge from the field of mechatronic and electromechanical systems and the application of gained knowledge in the analysis of these systems.
Understanding mechatronic and electromechanical systems from the field of: – Statics and strength (force models, active and passive forces, moment of a force couple, force reduction, centres of gravity of bodies, friction on flat surface and discs, beams, trusses, mixed systems, stresses and deformations, Hook’s Law). – Kinematics and kinetics (velocity and acceleration, relative motion, D’Alemebrt’s principle, theorem on motion of mass centre, motion and rotation quantity and mechanical energy, impulsive motion and collision, dynamics of bodies with changeable mass). – Mechanics of liquid (Euler equation for motion of an ideal liquid, rotating vessel, laminar and turbulent flow and different types of waste). – Oscillations (meaning and creations of mechanical oscillations, basic elements of the oscillating systems, harmonic oscillation, forced oscillation of damped systems, resonance). – Electrical engineering (electric tension and electrical potentials, capacitor, capacitance, Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Laws, Joule’s Law, magnetic field of a linear conductor, Faraday’s Law of electromagnetic induction, single- and multi-phase systems, electrical measurements, electrical engines and transformers, electrical equipment and devices). – Electronics (semiconductors, semiconductor diodes, transistor, digital systems, microprocessors, sensors and actuators, bar code and RFID).
will allow students to solve practical problems of the profession in the areas of mechatronics systems. Students will upgrade their knowledge gained from lectures with tutorials exercises and laboratory work. With the help of analytical expressions and derivations they will solve mechatronic and electromechanical systems in logistics.
Asistent: asist. Vizinger Tea
Successful completion of e-lectures and e-tutorials is a prerequisite for entering the exam. Written exam (30%), Oral exam (50%) Laboratory work (20%) (to successfully pass the exam, all three parts of the exam needs to be evaluated above 50 % ).
Definition of technology in logistics and supply chains
Stages of technological development in logistics and supply chains
Functional activities of logistics
Competencies of supply chains
Contemporary technologies in logistics and supply chains:
Customer relations management,
Use of technology for gaining logistics competitive advantage
Logistics information systems
Basics of the intelligence of logistics
Business intelligence and logistics, contemporary intelligent techniques and technologies.
Lecturer: izr. prof. dr. Topolšek Darja
Asistent: asist. Cvahte Ojsteršek Tina
Successful completion of e-lectures and e-tutorials is a prerequisite for entering the exam. Written or Oral examination (70%), Grade from tutorials (30%).