Research Profile for Mourtzis Dimitris


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General
Lab. for Manufacturing Systems & Automation (LMS)
Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering
Research Activity
Production Systems Planning, Control and Networking, Design of Manufacturing Systems, Supply Chain Management
PRODUCTION SYSTEMS PLANNING, CONTROL AND NETWORKING
LMS interest is focused on the development, software implementation and use of advanced tools based on Artificial Intelligence methods for production systems planning & control and for the development of intelligent Internet-based applications addressing the enterprise-wide business activities. Specific fields involve:

- Real-time manufacturing scheduling and production planning
- Flexibility in manufacturing systems
- Chaos and Time Series Analysis in manufacturing systems
- E-business and E-work applications
- Supply Chain Management
- Model-based quality control procedures
Research Infrastructure
 
In the area of Software Development, LMS currently uses various tools for software development in Windows and Unix platforms, including: MS Visual C++ and Java, MS Visual Basic, Symantec Visual Cafe for Java, Rational Rose, Rational Purify, MS SQL Server and ORACLE, Sybase Anywhere Client/Server, OpenIngres Client/Server, OpenRoad/4GL, Division Mockup 2000 i2 and Division Safework for development of virtual reality applications.
Research Activities
1. RIDER: “Real time decision making in manufacturing”
2. SYRIOS: “Small ship repair yard related integrated operation systems – business synchronization for contract drive small shipyards”
3. KARATHEODORIS - CHAOS: “Chaos theory in scheduling of Manufacturing Systems"
4. MYCAR: “Flexible assembly processes for the Car of the Third Millennium - MYCAR”, IP
1.K. Georgoulias, N. Papakostas, D. Mourtzis, and G. Chryssolouris, “Flexibility evaluation: A toolbox approach”, Accepted for publication to International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, 2008

2.G. Chryssolouris, D. Mavrikios, N. Papakostas, D. Mourtzis, G. Michalos and K. Georgoulias, "Digital Manufacturing: History, Perspectives and Outlook", Journal of Engineering Manufacture, (Vol. 222, 2008), pp. 1-12

3. D. Mourtzis, N. Papakostas, S. Makris, V. Xanthakis, G. Chryssolouris, “Supply chain modeling and control for producing highly customized products”, CIRP Annals – Manufacturing Technology, (Vol. 57, No 1, 2008), pp. 451-454

4. S. Makris, V. Xanthakis, D. Mourtzis and G. Chryssolouris, "On the information modelling for the electronic operation of supply chains: A maritime case study", Robotics and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, (Vol.24, No.1, 2008), pp. 140-149

5. K. Alexopoulos, N. Papakostas, D. Mourtzis, P. Gogos and G. Chryssolouris "Oscillator analogy for modelling the manufacturing systems dynamics”, International Journal of Production Research, (Vol. 46, No 10, 2008), pp. 2547-2563

6. N. Papakostas, D. Mourtzis, "An Approach for Adaptability Modelling in Manufacturing - Analysis Using Chaotic Dynamics", CIRP Annals – Manufacturing Technology, (Vol. 56, No.1, 2007), pp.491-494

7. N. Giannelos, N. Papakostas, D. Mourtzis and G. Chryssolouris, "Dispatching policy for manufacturing jobs and time-delay plots", International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, (Vol.20, No.4, 2007), pp. 329-337.

8. K. Alexopoulos, N. Papakostas, D. Mourtzis, P. Gogos and G. Chryssolouris, "Quantifying the flexibility of a manufacturing system by applying the transfer function", International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, (Vol. 20, No. 6, 2007), pp. 538-547

9. K. Alexopoulos, D. Mourtzis, N. Papakostas, and G. Chryssolouris, "DESYMA - Assessing flexibility for the lifecycle of manufacturing systems", International Journal of Production Research, (Vol. 45, No. 7, 2007), pp. 1683–1694

10. D. Mourtzis, "An Approach to Planning of Food Industry Manufacturing Operations: A Case Study", CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Systems, (Vol.35, No.6, 2006), pp. 551- 561

11. C. Lalas, D. Mourtzis, N. Papakostas and G. Chryssolouris, "A Simulation-Based Hybrid Backwards Scheduling Framework for Manufacturing Systems", International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, (Vol. 19, No. 8, 2006), pp. 762-774

12. D. Mourtzis, "An integrated system for managing ship repair operations", International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, (Vol. 18, No 8, 2005), pp. 721-733

13. G. Chryssolouris, N. Papakostas and D. Mourtzis, "Refinery Short-term scheduling with tank farm, inventory and distillation management: an integrated simulation-based approach", European Journal of Operations Research, (Vol.166, 2005), pp. 812-827

14. G. Chryssolouris, N. Giannelos, N. Papakostas and D. Mourtzis, "Chaos Theory in Production Scheduling", CIRP Annals – Manufacturing Technology, (Vol.53, No.1, 2004), pp. 381-383

• International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP)
• European Aeronautics Science Network (EASN)
• International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC)
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