SCILS Seminar -- Eun Suk Suh, Research Scientist, Xerox Corporation

Location 

Building E40-298
MIT Campus

Eun Suk Suh
Research Scientist
Xerox Corporation

Complex Systems Modeling – Case of Xerox Global Supply Chain

Complex system models can play an important role in assessing the overall system performance and influence design and policy change. This research talk presents ongoing collaborative system modeling and analysis activities between Xerox Innovation Group and Xerox Global Manufacturing & Supply Chain Group. The talk will start with the general introduction of Xerox Global Supply Chain, the supply chain simulation model overview, and two case studies that utilized the simulation model to generate informed recommendation to improve level of service and/or overall supply chain cost. The presentation concludes with challenges and success factors for organization wide acceptance and implementation of proposed model and systems thinking.

Eun Suk Suh is currently a Research Scientist at the Xerox Innovation Group, the main research organization within Xerox Corporation, leading research activities in complex system design methodology development and implementation since 2005. Previously, he was a design engineer for Hyundai Motor Company’s Commercial Vehicle Development Division from 1995 to 2001, leading chassis suspension design and development activities for various commercial vehicles. In 2005 he obtained a Ph.D. in Engineering Systems from MIT. In 1995 he earned M.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering from the Cornell University. In 1994 he earned B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Clarkson University.