Join us for the AnyLogic Conference 2016



Join the AnyLogic community November 16th and 17th, 2016 in Nashville, TN, USA to see how AnyLogic Software is successfully applied across multiple industries, experience innovative ideas for Simulation Modeling, and expand your application vision of using AnyLogic Software.

In addition to presentations from globally-recognized organizations, the Conference includes exclusive networking opportunities with industry thought-leaders and three unique workshops designed to stretch your AnyLogic Software knowledge. Two workshops Wednesday morning, prior to Conference registration and presentation proceedings, and one Thursday afternoon, dedicated to anyLogistix. You must register to attend the workshops; due to an overwhelming response and limited seats, we will not accept walk-ins.

Year after year we continue to build a program that utilizes a broad range of our most engaged customers and partners, ensuring a collaborative and robust event. View the preliminary program on our conference webpage.

Interested in presenting? Submit your abstract today and share your expertise with the AnyLogic community.

Why attend the AnyLogic Conference?
“All though we are long-time users of AnyLogic, this is the first time I was able to attend the users Conference. The biggest benefit I got out of was actually to meet some of the GE customers, at a corporate level we have been working with, but did not have those personal relationships with.”- Onur Dulgeroglu, Senior Analytics Engineer at GE Global Research

“One of the key benefits I found in attending the AnyLogic Conference is seeing the wide-range of applications where people are applying the software.” - Mike Prince, Operations Research Manager, BNSF

“I wasn’t sure what to expect by attending the AnyLogic Conference, but I wanted to know more about the product. What I found out from attending is that there is a wide variety of uses for the product and people are using it around the world. It’s very impressive.” - Kelvin Blyden, Supply Chain Analyst, Campbell’s Soup