AnyLogic’s seventh annual Conference will continue to prove the power of collaboration, with both the AnyLogic team and other experienced model developers. Don’t miss the opportunity to see how AnyLogic is being applied across multiple industries, experience innovative ideas and expand your vision of AnyLogic software.
It’s great to attend the AnyLogic Conference because you can see how the tool is being applied across multiple industries, get to exchange ideas with people, see how other people are solving the same problems and see what the best approach is.
Artem Parakhine, PWC
The AnyLogic Conference is a great place to learn more about the product and to receive firsthand information from the AnyLogic developers, as well as practitioners with a huge amount of experience.
Arnd Schirrmann, Airbus Group Innovations
Although 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, GE Global Research
The value I find in attending the AnyLogic Conference, was the multitude of different research and projects that are going on with AnyLogic. It really opened my eyes to some new ideas that we can implement with AnyLogic that we might not have thought of before.
Beth Tyrie, Fruit of the Loom
Re-Imagining Strategy: Doing Strategy Through Simulation, Gaming, AI, and Continuous Execution
Lyle Wallis, Director
Drilling Rig Digital Twin and Virtual Well Construction Simulation
Jason Baker, Abe Hudson, Sr. Systems Engineers
Oil & Gas
Modeling & Analysis of Grocery Picking Bots
Amy Brown Greer, P.E., Principal at MOSIMTEC; John Lert, Founder & CEO at ALERT Innovation
Retail and Distribution
Application of Agent Based Modeling in Agriculture: Experiences from Sugarcane Mechanization in India
Yatin Jayawant, Lead Engineer, Dr. Nikhil Joshi, Sr. Technical Specialist, Adv. Systems Engineering, Asia Technology Innovation Center, John Deere India Pvt. Ltd.
Using AnyLogic to Benefit the Planning and Design of Airport Facilities
Beth C Kulick, AVP
My Body Map — A Model of The Human Body
Alan Mills ND FSA MAAA, President
Agent- Based Modeling For Active Shooter Incidents: Assessing Effectiveness of Run.Hide.Fight. Response for Unarmed Individuals
Jae Yong Lee, Graduate Research Assistant
Human Behavior Modeling
Kurt Kreuger, PhD, Researcher and Director
Social Processes and Healthcare
Supply Chain Network Optimization
Cuong V. Lam, Supply Chain Specialist
Using Critical Chain Project Management for A Turbine Manufacturer to Reduce Lead Times and Improve Reliability
Dr. Alan Barnard, CEO, Jaco-Ben Vosloo, Director Simulation and Technologies
To be announced
Nabil Raad, Director, Product Development Analytics
Next generation artificial intelligence: Agent-based simulation + reinforcement learning
The ability to create a mental model of our environment, project forward in time, and take appropriate action is a key element of human intelligence. Combining agent-based simulation with reinforcement learning will lead to a new era of continuously learning agents that accomplish this functionality. Is this the next generation of AI - beyond deep learning?
Join our expert panel of practitioners from simulation and AI as they debate the role of agent-based simulation and reinforcement learning in the broader quest for Artificial Intelligence and conclude with a Q&A.
Dr. Anand Rao – Partner and Global Artificial Intelligence Lead – PwC, with over 33 years of industry and consulting experience, helping senior executives structure, solve and manage critical issues facing their organizations. With a computer science and Artificial Intelligence background and over 20 years consulting experience he blends deep analytics and computational techniques to solve challenging business problems using creative solutions.
Chris Nicholson – Co-founder and CEO of Skymind, an enterprise software company built around artificial intelligence deployment and the open-source distributed learning framework Deeplearning4j. Chris works with companies to apply machine learning to solve business problems in areas including fraud detection, healthcare, and smart robots. Prior to Skymind, Chris spent a decade as a journalist covering global business and technology for The New York Times and Bloomberg News. He attended Deep Springs College, holds a degree in Economics, and lives in the Bay Area.
Benjamin Schumann Ph.D, simulation expert with over 10 years of experience applying simulation and AnyLogic. He wants to ensure that the AI community benefits from the knowledge of simulation practitioners before they reinvent the wheel from scratch. Ben leads his own simulation practice advising global consulting firms as well as industrial and academic clients. Previously, he was pushing the potential of simulation as a consulting tool with McKinsey & Company, Inc. as well as working for boutique consulting firms as a modeller. Ben holds a PhD in Complex Systems Simulation for Aerospace Design.
Ilana Golbin – Responsible AI Analytics Lead , Artificial Intelligence Accelerator – PwC, specializing in applying machine learning and simulation modeling to address client needs across sectors, regarding strategic deployment of new goods and services, operational efficiencies, consumer adoption, geospatial analytics, and addressing model bias and explain-ability. Ilana currently leads PwC's efforts in exploring cutting edge approaches to create explainable and robust AI in the Artificial Intelligence Accelerator and co-leads the analytics development of the Global Responsible AI Platform.
Now, he is taking a deep dive into world-class user interface (UI) design with AnyLogic. How can your model be as intuitive and elegant as the best apps around? How can you create and reuse advanced UI objects yourself? Based on several real-world models, Ben will share the UI knowledge that makes his clients jaws drop and keep them wanting to use models again and again.
Sponsorship opportunities now available
For sponsorship opportunities please contact Kimmi Dienhart, email@example.com or +1 312-635-3345 for further details.
Call for Conference Presenters
Currently we are all full for presenters for the 2019 conference. Thank you to everyone that submitted your title and abstract.
Place: Brazos Hall
Address: 204 East 4th Street Austin, TX, 78701
Phone: +1 512-380-1675
Brazos Hall is a turn-of-the-century warehouse unlike any other in the heart of Downtown Austin at the corner of 4th and Brazos. Converted from a 1900's grain mill with restored long-leaf pine floors, brick walls and wood rafters, The main hall highlights the venue’s industrial past and the Roof deck offers downtown views and a lush living wall. The venue is easily accessible with parking located across the street at Frost Bank with a pre-paid voucher and 3 blocks from the host hotel.
Accommodations: Hilton Austin, 500 East 4th Street Austin, TX 78701
The AnyLogic Conference recommends staying at our host hotel the Hilton Austin. Surrounded by the excitement of downtown’s Austin business and entertainment district’s, (1 block to Austin 6th Street Entertainment) the towering 31 story Hilton Austin is one of the largest hotels in the area. The hotel combines upscale comfort with modern millennial design. Please use the reservation link when registering to obtain our $229 a night special rate. Book your stay now >>