Patrick Moder joined Kühne Logistics University in September 2020 as Ph.D. Candidate supervised by Prof. Dr. Kai Hoberg. Patrick conducts his research on early detection and meaningful decision support for customer escalations in case of demand-supply mismatches. He works in close collaboration with Infineon Technologies AG, where he will apply his theoretical results in the environment of a global semiconductor supply chain.
Patrick received his Master of Science (Dipl.-Ing.) degree from the Technical University of Munich with a major in Mechanical Engineering and Management. In the course of his Master´s Thesis, he applied semantic web technologies to detect changes in the semiconductor product lifecycle and identify inconsistencies in change-related supply chain data. During the Master´s program, he spent a semester abroad in Sweden at Linköping University`s Institute of Technology. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Technical University of Munich, focusing on supply chain event management in the course of his Bachelor´s Thesis.
Patrick authored a book chapter in Springer`s Handbuch Industrie 4.0, highlighting the importance of semantic web technologies as one important enabler for advanced digitalization approaches. Moreover, he published two pages at the European Advances in Digital Transformation Conference series and co-authored a publication at the Winter Simulation Conference on topics covering the application of semantic web technologies for problems in supply chain management.
|Since 2020||PhD Candidate at KLU in collaboration with Infineon Technologies AG|
|2019||Master of Science (Dipl-Ing.) in Mechanical Engineering & Management, Technical University of Munich, Germany|
|2017||Exchange Semester at Linköpping University´s Institute of Technology, Sweden|
|2016||Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering & Management, Technical University of Munich, Germany|
|2018 – 2020||Management and Conduction of Funded Research Projects as Intern and Master`s Candidate for Supply Chain Engineering Innovation, Infineon Technologies AG, Neubiberg, Germany|
|2015||Launch of Own Enterprise Providing Independent Services for Application and Service Engineering, Germany|
|2013||Research and Development Engineering as Intern with NCC Nano LLC DBA NovaCentrix, Austin/TX, USA|