CS 50 Supply Chain Trading Exhibition & Panel

Overview

The 50th anniversary of Computer Science (CS50) at Carnegie Mellon University, which was celebrated April 19-22, 2006, included two special sessions on Supply Chain Trading Research organized by the University’s e-Supply Chain Management Lab. It also featured an exhibition tournament revolving around the Supply Chain Trading Game (TAC-SCM).

CS-50 Supply Chain Trading Exhibition Tournament

The tournament, played on April 19 and 20, 2006 involved a total of 15 games between 6 agents that had reached the final stages of the 2005 competition:

GoBlueOval – Ford/U. of Michigan (USA)
MinneTAC – U. of Minnesota (USA)
PhantAgent – U. of Bucharest (Romania) – 2nd place
GeminiJK – U. of Gelsenkirchen (Germany)
Mertacor – U. of Thessaloniki (Greece) – 3rd place
CMieux – Carnegie Mellon U. (USA) – 1st place
Click here for detailed tournament results.

Supply Chain Trading Research Sessions

“Supply Chain Trading Agents: Competition-Based Research”, N. Sadeh (PPT slides)

Panel on Supply Chain Trading Agents
Panelists: J. Collins (U. of Minnesota), T. Sandholm (Carnegie Mellon U./CombineNet), M. Fox (U. of Toronto/Novator Systems), M. Benisch (Carnegie Mellon U.)
Moderator: N. Sadeh (Carnegie Mellon U.)