Rapid Modeling: Taking Simulation to the Next Level

Hands-on Workshop at Northwestern University – Ford Engineering Design Center, Evanston, IL

A Hands-on, Discrete Event Simulation Software Workshop

Thursday, March 24

8:00 am

8:30am – 4:30pm

Ford Design Center

2133 Sheridan Road Evanston, IL 60208

Registration Fee $39.00, includes training materials, lunch, and parking

Workshop Instructors

C. Dennis Pegden, Ph.D. Simio founder and CEO.

C. Dennis Pegden, Ph.D. Simio founder and CEO. Dennis led the development of the SLAM, SIMAN, Arena, and Simio simulation tools. He co-authored three simulation textbooks and has published papers in a number of fields including mathematical programming, queuing, computer arithmetic, scheduling, and simulation.

David Sturrock Simio Vice President Products

David Sturrock Simio Vice President Products is responsible for design, development, support, and services for Simio simulation and scheduling products. He has extensive experience working with customers applying simulation and scheduling in a wide variety of applications. He is co-author of two textbooks on simulation and is a frequent conference presenter.

This commercial course, regularly $595 per attendee, is being offered for only $39.00 as a way to introduce you to Simio. Attendees must bring their own laptops. All pre-registered attendees will be provided with a printed course workbook, a 100 page e-book (Introduction to Simio), and a 30-day complimentary copy of Simio Express Edition.

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Or to pay by phone contact Christie Miller at cmiller@simio.com or 412-265-1425

Location of workshop: Northwestern University – Ford Engineering Design Center 2133 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208 Click here for a map.
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What will be covered: This one day course provides a fast start to using Simio, a 3D rapid modeling capability, to effectively solve real problems. It starts with a brief overview of simulation technology and appropriate use, and the Simio modeling framework. Then the Simio Standard Library is used to solve a variety of problems exploring the fixed and dynamic objects, and the various ways entities move through the model and interact with other objects. It then overviews innovative features to work with model data and ends with interpretation of simulation results.

Who should attend: This course is appropriate for industrial engineers, process analysts and for educators looking to introduce state of art technology into their simulation instruction. It is also recommended for those who may use simulation infrequently, or who desire a lighter command of simulation technology. This course is also appropriate for those who manage or work with simulationists and would like to better understand the technology.

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