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Stefan Dingerkus

Stefan Dingerkus

Stefan Dingerkus

ZHAW School of Engineering
Forschungsschwerpunkt Nachhaltige Mobilität
Technikumstrasse 9
8400 Winterthur

+41 (0) 58 934 78 03

Personal profile

Management role

Programme Director, DAS/CAS Process and Logistics Management

Position at the ZHAW


Professional development teaching

Expertise and research interests

Information Logistics and Process Management in plant engineering (1984)
Warehouse and Inventory Management for Genuine Parts (Spare Parts) in the Automotive Industry (1988-1992)
Global Supply Chain Management und Just-in-time Manufacturing in the Watch Industry (1994)
Total Quality Management and Total Productive Maintenance in the Watch Industry (1997)
ERP-Systems Evaluation and implementation in the Medical Industry (2000-2001)
Project Logistics and Transport Management in Plant Engineering and Construction (2003-2005)
Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) in the Tier-One Automotive Supply Industry (2006)
E-Commerce and Product Information Management in Consumer Goods Industry and Trade (2007-2009)

Educational background

1977 - 1979 Technical University of Aix-La-Chapelle/Germany - Mechanical Engineering
1981 - 1986 Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)/Karlsruhe/Germany - Industrial Engineering
1995 IMD, Lausanne/Switzerland, Programme "Managing Manufacturing"

Professional milestones

6 years Automotive Industry in Germany: Logistics, Planning, Project Management, Reporting
8 years Watch Industry in Switzerland and Thailand: Logistics, Planning, Manufacturing, General Management
5 years plant engineering and construction in Germany, Switzerland and France: Logistics, Project Management, Process Management
3 years Medical Technology and Engineering in Switzerland, USA, Canada, Australia, Vietnam and China: Operations Management
2 years ICT in Switzerland: Customer Relations Management, E-Commerce, Product Information Management
Founder of ZIL Center for Integral Logistics at SoE of ZHAW (2010), today part of INE Institute for Sustainable Development
Research and cosulting focus on Lean Management, Lean Logistics, Industry 4.0, IoT Internet of Things, City Logistics

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Oral conference contributions and abstracts