- Introduction to multimethod simulation modelling
- Getting familiar with the AnyLogic model development environment
- Discrete Event (Process-Centric) modelling – theory
- Call Center model – Discrete Event exercise
- Agent-Based modelling - theory
AnyLogic Seminar and Training Workshop
AnyLogic Seminar – Tuesday, 4 June 2019
Find out how you can understand and optimise your business with simulation modelling, directly from our dedicated partners and simulation experts. Their success stories will prove the value of simulation in transport, logistics, mining, healthcare, and other industries. Click here to find out about the speakers and program.
AnyLogic Training Workshop – 5 to 7 JUNE 2019
Ready to dive in? Get started with the official AnyLogic Fundamentals public training course!
AnyLogic Fundamental training is a full three-day immersive experience in problem-solving and modelling using AnyLogic 8. Our training focuses on hands-on learning rather than theory. You are guided through structuring a simulation problem, knowing which modelling paradigms to select, building Discrete-Event, Agent-Based and System Dynamics models, and finally connecting them into a larger hybrid model. This includes building models in 3D, using the extensive drag & drop libraries.
The training is geared both to users new to simulation, looking to fast-track the learning curve, and to experienced modelers who may not be aware of all of AnyLogic's features. Professional assistance in solving your business problem using AnyLogic 8 software is included in the training. Bring your own modelling ideas and specific questions, and kick-start your simulation project!
You can register directly with the Book Now button for the seminar and the training workshop. If you have any questions, or would like some help with the booking process, your event organiser will be happy to assist.
|Seminar Day Ticket||$30|
|Course Fee Standard||$2,500|
|Course Fee Student||$1,250|
Seminar day ticket includes refreshments and lunch during networking breaks.
Course fee includes: 3-day training, temporary AnyLogic license, printed training manual/course book and USB with all exercise models, consulting opportunities and networking. Lunch is provided on each day.
- Agent-Based Epidemic Model – Calibration exercise
- Java basics for AnyLogic modellers – theory
- Supply Chain GIS model – exercise
- Airport model – pedestrian modelling exercise
- Road, rail or fluid library model – depending on interest
- System Dynamics modelling – depending on interest
- Questions & Answers
University of Technology Sydney
UTS Building 10, 235 Jones St, Ultimo, NSW 2007
To book a spot for both the Seminar and the Training Workshop, start with a Training Workshop booking, then use the "Buy more tickets" button on the checkout to add Seminar tickets as well.
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