wednesday 17 Luglio 2024Dalle 12:15 alle 13:45Warehousing 5.0


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Mahmut Tutam
Erzurum Technical University, Turkey


Warehousing is a crucial element of logistics and plays a pivotal role in a company’s success. With the rise of e-commerce, warehouses have become more critical than ever in the logistics chain. Typically, warehouses receive, store, preserve, retrieve, and deliver millions of products daily or weekly. Consequently, warehouse systems are continuously evolving to facilitate the smooth flow of products in logistics. In recent years, numerous studies have focused on warehouse development. As a result, new warehousing systems, referred to as Warehousing 5.0, are being introduced and increasingly implemented in warehouses. This seminar evaluates the current state and future prospects of Warehousing 5.0, incorporating emerging technologies such as collaborative and compact storage/retrieval systems.


Dr. Mahmut Tutam is an assistant professor in the Department of Industrial Engineering at Erzurum Technical University in Turkey and holds a BSIE degree from Gazi University in Turkey. In 2012, he was awarded a full scholarship from the Ministry of National Education of Turkey to study in the United States. He received his MSIE and Ph.D. from the University of Arkansas (UA) in 2015 and 2018, respectively. He performed research on Warehouse Design problems. A recipient of the 2015 and 2023 ISERC Best Track Paper awards, he has given multiple presentations and served as Session Chair at IISE and INFORMS annual meetings. Following the postdoctoral fellowship at Erasmus University Rotterdam in the Netherlands, he pursues his academic career at Erzurum Technical University. His research interests include, but are not limited to, supply chain management, facility logistics, warehousing, collaborative robots, and artificial intelligence.


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Date e orari

mercoledì 17 Luglio 2024
Dalle 12:15 alle 13:45


Politecnico di Milano, Campus Bovisa - Edificio BL26/B, aula 0.19

Via R. Lambruschini 4/B, Milano


Politecnico di Milano