Free AnyLogic Seminar
The Application of Modeling & Simulation in Project Management

in collaboration with


Date and time: November 21, 2018, 9:10 am — 4:00 pm

City: Adelaide, Australia

Organizer: The AnyLogic Company, The University of Adelaide

Company speakers: Sergey Suslov, Director of Sales, Pavel Lebedev, Head of Customer Support

Venue address: Napier G04 Lecture Theatre, Campus of the University of Adelaide, SA 5005 (see on map)

Seminar overview

AnyLogic is a powerful business simulation tool for solving challenges in manufacturing, supply chain, transportation, healthcare, and other industries. This seminar is a great opportunity to learn through business case studies how simulation tackles project management challenges. Expert panel will feature our dedicated partners sharing their expertise in business simulation.

Keynote speakers

  • Dr. Alex Gorod, PhD, and Dr. Leonie Hallo, PhD, The University of Adelaide – Modeling and Simulation in Complex Project Management: Towards an Evolving Toolbox
  • Dr. Indra Gunawan, PhD, The University of Adelaide – Project Management Program at the University of Adelaide
  • Anna Foeglein, TSG Consulting
    • Central Queensland Coal mining system simulation
    • Simulation story of Sydney Airport gate scheduling model: powering the cloud-based scheduling tool
  • Peter Bodon, Ernst & Young – TBA
  • Dr. Alan Barnard, Goldratt Research – TBA

AnyLogic seminar is aimed at organic networking with simulation advocates to help you engage with the best minds in the field and keep you up with the latest innovations.

Seminar agenda

  • 9.30 am-10 am — Registration and welcome coffee
  • 10 am-10.30 am — The University of Adelaide: welcome remarks
  • 10.30 am-11.30 am — AnyLogic overview and roadmap
  • 11.30 am-12 pm — Anna Foeglein, TSG Consulting
  • 12 pm-1 pm — Networking lunch
  • 1 pm-1.30 pm — Peter Bodon, Ernst & Young
  • 1.30 pm-2 pm — Dr. Alan Barnard, Goldratt Research
  • 2 pm-3 pm — AnyLogic Cloud – a web service for online simulation analytics
  • 3 pm-4 pm — anyLogistix – software for network design, supply chain optimization and analysis