Titan Hartono

Noor Titan Putri Hartonotitan2

Research Intern

Production & Logistics Networks Workgroup
School of Engineering and Science
Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH

Curriculum Vitae

Professional experience
September 2012 – Present Student Worker, MIT Admissions Office
September 2013 – December 2013 Physics I TA, MIT Experimental Study Group (ESG)
October 2013 – December 2013 Student, 2.00 – Introduction to Design
May 2014 – August 2014 Research intern, Production and Logistics Networks Workgroup

Educational background
Sept 2012 – June 2016 BSc Mechanical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Publications

2015

  • M. Brüning, N. T. Hartono, and J. C. Bendul, “Collaborative Recovery from Supply Chain Disruptions: Characteristics and Enablers,” Research in Logistics & Production, vol. 5, pp. 225-237, 2015, Special Issue.
    [Bibtex]
    @article{Bruning14Ist,
    author = {Marie Br{\"u}ning and N.T. Hartono and Julia C. Bendul},
    title = {Collaborative Recovery from Supply Chain Disruptions: Characteristics and Enablers},
    journal = {Research in Logistics \& Production},
    year = {2015},
    volume = {5},
    issue={3},
    note={Special Issue},
    address={Istanbul, Turkey},
    url={http://research.logistyka-produkcja.pl/images/stories/Numer_18Spec/RLP032015Spec1.pdf},
    issn={2083-4942},
    pages={225-237},
    abstract={Due to their growing global and complex nature, supply chains are increasingly vulnerable to natural and man-made disasters that disrupt the flow of goods. Today, recovering from disruptions represents a major challenge for supply chain professionals. In literature, most recovery methods are based on redundancy and flexibility. Their drawbacks are high inventory and coordination costs. The companies analyzed in this paper took another approach: they recovered by collaborating with their network partners, especially by temporarily sharing resources. Based on the relational view theory, this paper aims to describe whether and how companies can gain competitive advantage by relying on collaboration during the recovery process. A multiple case study with companies from the automotive and electronics industries is conducted. Six cases are analyzed with regard to the recovery characteristics and enabler. Seven propositions are derived that give potential for further research on this promising recovery method.}
    }

2014

  • M. Brüning, N. T. Hartono, and J. C. Bendul, “Collaborative Recovery from Supply Network Disruption: A Multiple Case Study,” in Proceedings of the 12th International Logistics and Supply Chain Congress, Istanbul, 2014.
    [Bibtex]
    @inproceedings{Bruening2015Istanbul2014,
    author={Br{\"u}ning, M. and Hartono, N. T. and Bendul, Julia C.},
    title={Collaborative Recovery from Supply Network Disruption: A Multiple Case Study},
    year={2014},
    booktitle={Proceedings of the 12th International Logistics and Supply Chain Congress, Istanbul},
    url={http://www.lm-scm2014.itu.edu.tr/download/AllProceedings.pdf}
    }

All publications of the Production & Logistics Networks Workgroup