is heavily involved in research. In particular, the CELDi center at ASU focuses in semiconductor
manufacturing and binational US-Mexico logistics problems.
ASU has a long and fruitful relationship with the local
semiconductor industry. This relationship has included applied
research, educational outreach activities, and faculty exchange
projects in different areas of semiconductor manufacturing.
in the CELDi program are in issues related to efficient International
Logistics practices, as well as productivity and cost improvements
in production and supply chain operations.
research contributes to improvements in the cost, quality,
and responsiveness of the US industrial base whose supply
chain increasingly encompasses two or more countries. In
terms of productivity improvement, we focus
on those high-tech industry segments that have an important
presence in the regional industrial base, such as the semiconductor
and aerospace industries. We aim on increasing the relative
and absolute competitiveness of our industrial base by allowing
it to access state-of-the-art knowledge, tools, systems,
and benchmarking opportunities.
projects are listed in the website of the International Logistics and Production Improvement Lab. Most of them are projects that students and faculty in
the industrial engineering have worked on. If you would
like to know more information about a particular project,
please access the contents on the menu to the left or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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