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The AnyLogic Conference 2013 Agenda Highlights 23.07.2013 Alena Beloshapko

Do you want to hear how Cardinal Health use simulation to minimize warehouse congestion? Or about a plant capacity model of GE Global Research? What simulation model is used by Centre for Research in Healthcare Engineering to explore healthcare policy choices across OECD countries? On December 12, sixteen commercial and research organizations will tell you about their experience of applying multimethod simulation modeling in their industry. The Conference program is based on case-studies and real world examples and is now available on our website. Make sure you register early to secure your attendance - spaces are limited!
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First Combined AnyLogic Training in Chicago Conducted 22.07.2013 John Yedinak

AnyLogic North America conducted its first training program in their new Midwest facility last week July 15th – July 19th with great success. Over 30 students participated in the back-to-back Fundamentals Training / In-Depth training program. The diversity of the students ranged from educators, manufactures, and consultants. Some were already AnyLogic customers however there were a great deal of potential customers who participated in the class to get a solid understanding of how AnyLogic can solve their business problems and complete their evaluation process. With 3 instructors, the class enjoyed the diversity of questions as well as the range of business challenges. We even had our first High School educator who will be using AnyLogic in his Advanced Math course! In addition to the class, we were honored by Jean-Patrick Tsang, PhD of Bayser Analysis and Chad Dau, Associate Director of Marketing Analytics at Astellas Phama who were gracious enough to present the model they created for Astellas with AnyLogic using Agent-Based modeling for New Product Launch.
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“Multimethod Modeling and Simulation with AnyLogic” Workshop Video Available Online 17.07.2013 Vladimir Koltchanov

The video of Dr. Andrei Borshchev’s workshop “Multimethod Modeling and Simulation with AnyLogic” is now available online. The workshop took place at the Henri Fayol Institute of École des Mines in Saint-Etienne, France on June 19, 2013. Dr. Borshchev introduced theories about different simulation modeling methods and multimethod simulation. He also showed how to build models employing these different methods. This workshop would be interesting to people unfamiliar with simulation modeling and to those who want to expand their knowledge in this topic.
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AnyLogic North America Visits INFORMS Healthcare 04.07.2013 John Yedinak

The AnyLogic North America team attended INFORMS Helathcare in Chicago, IL at the Marriot Magnicent Mile during the week of June 23rd – June 26th. Our software has the capability to model the challenges, which are faced in the healthcare system, which researchers discussed at the INFORMS Healthcare conference.
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Give us Your Voice on AnyLogic! 27.06.2013 Stepan Egorov

Give us your feedback and take an opportunity to request an improvement for the upcoming AnyLogic 7!
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AnyLogic Expands Staff In North America 21.06.2013 John Yedinak

Meet the team of AnyLogic North America! The AnyLogic North America team is excited to introduce Derek Magilton - Director of Business Development as our newest addition to our rapidly growing team at our new location in Lisle, IL. Derek’s entire career has been customer facing with various management roles; most recently spending the last 7 years at a Fortune 50 company as the Global Program Manager for the factory software group – working directly with some of the largest electronics companies in the world.
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Workshop by Dr. Andrei Borshchev in Saint-Etienne, France (19.06.13) 12.06.2013 Stepan Egorov

Dr. Andrei Borshchev, the CEO of The AnyLogic Company, will host a workshop called “Multimethod Modeling and Simulation with AnyLogic” at the Henri Fayol Institute of École des Mines in Saint-Etienne, France on June 19, 2013. In this workshop, Dr. Andrei Borshchev will offer an overview of the most used multimethod (or multi-paradigm) model structures, discuss the technical aspects of linking different methods within one model, and show examples of multimethod models. He will, of course, be using AnyLogic technology during his presentation.
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AnyLogic Attends TransRussia 2013 06.06.2013 Stepan Egorov

The AnyLogic Company participated in TransRussia 2013, an international logistics tradeshow, which took place from April 23-26 in Moscow, Russia. This was the 18th year that TransRussia was held. More than 500 companies from 27 countries took part in the tradeshow, including The AnyLogic Company, which hosted a booth and organized several presentations. The visitors at the AnyLogic booth learned about the newest multimethod modeling technologies and saw real-life models from logistics, supply chains, cargo transportation, and container terminal management. They received complete information on the advantages of AnyLogic simulation software, opportunities to model and implement the processes, and consulting services offered by the company.
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Win an iPad Mini for Your Model on RunTheModel.com 27.05.2013 Stepan Egorov

Hello devoted AnyLogic modelers! We are now launching a contest for the best simulation model built using AnyLogic software. You have a chance to win an iPad Mini with laser engraving and become honored among other modelers by simply uploading your model to www.RunTheModel.com.
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AnyLogic In-Depth Training in Paris 23.05.2013 Ilya Grigoryev

The European In-Depth Training took place in Paris on May 13-15, 2013. Five students from different countries took part in it, representing the following organizations: Consolidated Contractors Company (Greece), University of Bielefeld (Germany), The University of Nottingham (UK), Savonia University (Finland), University of Pardubize (Czech Republic). Due to the small class size, the atmosphere during the training was friendly and students were able to get to know each other and us better. It is of upmost importance for us to take the time to answer all of the students’ questions. So, as usual, in addition to completing the training program, we did our best to provide them with expertise on their own simulation projects.
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