SCARF
Supply Chain AI Realized Future

John Oakley, Director

Overview

This new research center will accelerate the development and implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into the semiconductor manufacturing supply chain. While there are many proposed benefits, some of the key drivers are:

  1. AI to address scale and complexity for a competitive advantage
  2. Exploration of business value through the effective application of AI
  3. Mitigation of supply chain risk to increase both agility and resilience

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Research Focus

The research program members have determined mutual overlap and interest in the following narrowed research categories. We plan to develop further refinement in these areas and to apply company-specific use cases to enhance and highlight the importance of these research vectors. Key research categories are:

  1. Autonomous/Smart Planning & Logistics
  2. Smart Manufacturing
  3. Emerging Countries – Ecosystem Intelligence

SCARF Metrics

  1. Current

    3 Research Tasks
    3 Universities
    6 Students
    6 Faculty Researchers
    7 Liaison Personnel
  2. This Year

    10 Research Publications
  3. Last Year

    3 Task Starts
  4. Since Inception

    3 Research Tasks
    3 Universities
    6 Students
    6 Faculty Researchers
    7 Liaison Personnel
    10 Research Publications
Updated: 30-Nov-2022, 12:05 a.m. ET

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