The Rector's Order No. 18/2020 is designed in accordance with the methodology introduced by the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, ie the measures are divided into four levels, corresponding to the currently valid epidemiological situation in the Czech Republic.
Please pay close attention to the current status information at the CTU or FTS web sites.
The approved form of communication is also an email, so it is necessary to monitor it regularly for a specific message about the current situation of teaching from your teachers or additional messages from the Department of External Relations.
Let us to be considerate so that together we can manage this difficult time in the lives of each of us as best we can.
The main contact for coronavirus related issues remains the secretariat of the faculty treasurer - phone: 224 359 518 or 733 696 308 or email: email@example.com
The aim of logistics managers is to ensure smooth logistics operations in all logistics segments. Management generally consists in solving more or less complex decision-making situations. While in a simple decision-making situation, the manager usually uses intuition, experience and practice in the field, intuition is not enough to solve more complex decisions and it is necessary to make certain calculations manually or using computer technology. The aim of the project is to acquaint the students with key decision-making problems, including especially the solution of distribution problems such as vehicle routing, warehouse location, assignment of requirements to sources, Container Problem, etc. Furthermore, students will be encouraged to be able to identify decision-making problems in specific logistics system and they will learn to solve the problems through mathematical models and software tools currently offered by informatics and operational research methods.