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  • CREATING SUPPLYCHAIN EXCELLENCE

    INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FORTHE MANAGEMENT OF LOGISTICS

    GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

    CV BOOK LAUSANNE 2013

    http://iml.epfl.ch

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    Executive Master in Global Supply Chain Management Organized in collaboration with the EPFL, the ENPC (Ecole des Ponts ParisTech) and the AFT-IFTIM group the program consists of 6 month theoretical part (academic program) followed by a practical project of 6 month (internship) which is to be carried out in a company.

    General calendar Theoretical part January - July

    Practical project July - December

    Theoretical part The academic program consists of 5 blocks with forty-hour courses each, designed to expand the practical and methodological knowledge of the participants. Each block has 4 modules that cover the latest developments in theory, tools and best practices in supply chain management. Every module has a formal evaluation and a qualifying exam synthesizes the material for all of the courses in the module. In addition to the 20 weeks (5 blocks), 2 weeks business games oriented are organized (W1, W2). These business games are Web-based simulations in which players within a team use the Internet to collaborate, to reach decisions, to implement these decisions and to examine the results obtained. Some of the games are designed to develop a better understanding of fundamental supply chain concepts such as the Bullwhip effect and Risk pooling, but others are competitive games involving multi-enterprise strategic and tactical business decisions. The teaching is ensured by both academics and business experts and is developed based on the methodology provided by the professors from universities involved in the program.

    Practical part Once the theoretical part is successfully accomplished, students must realize a practical project within a company (internship). This project should be completed successfully over a minimum of 20 weeks. It gives students additional work experience and it is also a requirement to obtain the diploma. The goal of the project is to realize a practical study or research showing high scientific capabilities, engineering knowledge and managing skills. The project could be operational or strategically oriented. Academic staff supervises the practical project. It is completed within a company or in one of the research units of the organizing schools. The report containing the results of the work must be presented in front of a jury.

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    EPFL - IML internship: general conditions Internship period : From July to December Length of the internship : Minimum 20 weeks Student status : Etudiant-stagiaire, working permission for the foreign

    students; an alternative is also employee of the company Proposal of subject : Will reflect companys needs; Could be defined by the

    company and discussed directly with the chosen student; as an alternative, it could also be defined with the help of IML staff

    Type of subject : Strategic / operational projects relevant for the company, and relate to the supply chain management

    Coordination : Supervision from the company as well as IML team; intermediate reports and meetings according to an initial planning elaborated by the student should be organized by the student

    Place of work: Ideally in the company; during the internship students may benefit from EPFL / IML infrastructure

    Presentation of the work : End of November, in front of a jury composed by IML coordinating staff and the company representative(s)

    Confidentiality : If requested by the company confidentiality is strictly respected

    Proposition procedure : IML acts as an intermediary between companies and the students; meanwhile the students are searching for internships on their own;

    Approaches for internship proposals: 1. The company formalizes the project and provides us

    with a written proposal explaining project mission, profile requirements, deadlines, contact information; the offer will be announced to the students, the students postulate and organize interviews with the company representative

    2. The company consults the CV book, chooses the candidates whose profile suit the best to their requirements and contacts them directly; In parallel the company will inform us about this approach

    3. The company will contact IML in order to define the project and contract (company, student, EPFL-IML)

    For further information or for sending internship proposals please kindly contact: Prof. Philippe Wieser http://iml.epfl.ch Christiane Wahl philippe.wieser@epfl.ch christiane.wahl@epfl.ch

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    INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF LOGISTICS

    Luis-Alberto Adrian

    Rue des Eaux-Vives 102 1207 Geneva

    Phone +41(0)766411067

    E-mail IML E-mail priv luisalbertoa@hotmail.com

    Birthdate 09.01.1974 Nationality Spanish

    >> Professional objective

    As Project Engineer in the pharmaceutical branch I was responsible for managing international projects based on interdepartmental leadership, while providing customer service as well as identifying their needs. Experience in sales of medical devices in operating theatres; making offers and concluding negotiations. Additional sales experience in Rx and OTC products. Highly motivated, results- and client-oriented performance, team building spirit as well as business acumen. Interested in developing my abilities and gaining further work experience by achieving new goals in Supply Chain, especially in Customer Service.

    >> Education

    10.2001-09.2010 Business Administration and Management (not finished), Open University, Spain

    10.2009-06.2010 Master in Pharmaceutical Marketing, EADA Business School, Barcelona, Spain

    10.1998-03.2001 BSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Oviedo, Spain and Stuttgart, Germany

    10.1997-06.1998 Biotechnological Research Project, Technical University of Graz, Austria 10.1992-09.1997 BSc in Organic Chemistry, University of Oviedo, Spain

    >> Professional experience

    01.2009-12.2011 - Medical Mix S.L., Spain. Surgical Equipment Account Manager 03.2005-12.2008 - Laboratorios Thea, S.A. Spain. Pharmaceutical Account Manager 07.2004-10.2004 - Nestl, S.A. Spain. Internship as Quality Engineer 11.2000-06.2002 - Christ Aqua Pharma, Germany. Export Project Manager for industrial turn-key equipment

    Year of professional experience:8

    >> Languages Spanish (native), English, German

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    INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF LOGISTICS

    Sergio Eugenio Anaya Osuna

    Chemin des Berges 12 -234 1022 Chavannes/Renens

    Phone 078 7175710

    E-mail IML E-mail priv sergioeao5@gmail.com / sergioanaya@mail.com

    Birthdate 05.03.1972 Nationality Canadian & Mexican-Mazatlan

    >> Professional objective

    My career goal is to commit, identify and implement continuous improvements in the supply chain. With my solid professional background acquired in different countries, as well in different areas such as Purchasing, Shipping, Transportation/Logistics, Marketing, Exports and Customer Service, combine with all the knowledge gained in the Master program, will allow me to be part of any growing business industry in the market and help succeed some company in this fast changing global economic environment.

    >> Education

    2013- On going Executive Master in Global Supply Chain Management, EPFL/IML Lausanne, Switzerland

    1991-1996 B.S. in International Business at Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara, Mexico

    1995 International Business studies at the University of Oklahoma. USA 1995 Seminar in Public Relations at the University of Oklahoma. USA

    >> Professional experience

    2005-2012 Hapag-Lloyd, Montral, Canada - Operations Coordinator and Customer Service Support - Container Shipping Lines

    2002-2005 EXPORT All, Guadalajara, Mexico - Operations Manager 2001 KELME, Alicante, Spain - Exports Coordinator 1998-1999 CURTIDOS REXIS, SA de CV, Guadalajara, Mexico - Export Manager 1996-1998 EXEL/MSAS, Gadalajara, Mexico Air Import Coordinator

    Year of professional experience:13

    >> Languages

    Spanish, English, French

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    INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF LOGISTICS

    Kais Ben Aribia

    Route de Chavannes 40 1007 Lausanne

    Phone +41 78 775 77 18

    E-mail IML E-mail priv kais.benaribia@gmail.com

    Birthdate 27.10.1985 Nationality Tunisian

    >> Professional objective

    Broaden and apply the combination of my education and professional experience within a dynamic and innovative environment that challenges me further while contributing to the sustained growth and success of the organization

    >> Education

    2013 Executive Master in Global Supply Chain Management - Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne, Switzerland

    2009-2011 Master of Science in Chemistry - Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne, Switzerland

    2008-2009 Erasmus Exchange Year - Cantocks Close School of Chemistry, University of Bristol, UK

    2009 Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering - Ecole Polytechnique Fdrale de Lausanne, Switzerland

    >> Professional experience

    01.2012 TIG PIPING, Lausanne - Process Engineer 09-12.2011 Laboratory of Photonics & Interfaces, EPFL, Switzerland - Research Scientist 07-10.2008 Fraunhofer Institute for Surface Engineering and Thin Films, Braunschweig,

    Germany - Junior Research Assistant in Electroplating and Metal Coating Process July 2003 ITALFLUID, Tunis Internship in the accountancy division

    Year of professional experience:2

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