AnyLogic Training Course - March 21-23
Gain knowledge in multimethod modeling AnyLogic Fundamental training is a full three-day immersive experience in problem-solving and modeling using AnyLogic 7. Our training focuses on solving problems rather than theory. You are guided through structuring a simulation problem, knowing which modeling paradigms to select, building models in each paradigm, and finally connecting them into a larger hybrid model. This includes building models in 3D, using special wizards and our extensive drag & drop library. The training is geared to both new users looking to vault past the learning curve and the experienced modelers who may not be aware of all AnyLogic's features. Professional assistance in solving your business problem using AnyLogic 7 software is included in the training. Be prepared to share your specific simulation needs with your AnyLogic trainer –- bringing your own models is encouraged! Course fee includes: 3-day training, a training manual/course book, consulting opportunities, networking event, and breakfast and lunch (breakfast at 8:30am, lunch at 12:30pm). Note: we reserve the right to cancel the course up to one week prior to course start date. AnyLogic 7 Training Agenda Day One (Breakfast at 8:30am, Lunch at 12:30pm) 1. Introduction to multimethod simulation modeling – theory and demo2. Getting familiar with AnyLogic model development environment – demo3. Discrete Event (Process-Centric) modeling – theory4. Factory model – Discrete Event exercise 5. System Dynamics – theory6. Bass Diffusion model – System Dynamics exercise Day Two (Breakfast at 8:30am, Lunch at 12:30pm) 1. Agent Based modeling - theory2. SIR Model. Calibration3. Java basics for AnyLogic modelers – theory4. Windmill turbines maintenance model. Optimization5. Supply Chain GIS model – exercise Day Three (Breakfast at 8:30am, Lunch at 12:30pm) 1. Pedestrian modeling – theory2. Small airport model – exercise3. Hump Yard – rail model4. Questions & Answers Travel Details: The training location is walking distance from both Ogilvie Transportation Center and Chicago Union Station. If you are flying in from Chicago O'Hare International Airport, a taxi will cost approximately $45, or take the CTA Blue line toward Forest Park for approximately $5 (exit at the Clinton stop). If you are flying in from Chicago Midway International Airport a taxi will cost approximately $35, or take the CTA Orange Line toward the loop for approximately $5 (exit at Quincy/Wells). Lodging: The following hotels are near the training location. La Quinta Inn & Suites Allegro Chicago Hampton Majestic Additional Information: Food allergies or requirements, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please bring your laptop and mouse. Attire is Business Casual.