track provides a context for academic and industrial scientists to
address, explore and exchange cutting-edge research and results in the modelling and simulation of industrial, business and service systems and
processes. With an increasingly global view of applied research, the aims
of the track are to promote the integration and enhance the
transferability of techniques and knowledge among these complementary
areas of research.
Topics include (but are
not limited to) new developments in the areas of:
Modelling and Simulation of Industrial Systems and Processes; Planning,
Scheduling and Control of Industrial Processes, Resources and Services;
Advanced Modelling and Simulation Techniques for Distributed Systems and
Operations, Supply and Service Chain Planning and Management;
Intelligent Decision Support Systems and Optimisation Tools for
Industrial Design, Layout, Maintenance and Operation.
Simulation Tools and Modelling Techniques for Operations
Research, Project Management and Control, Risk Management, Workflow
Management, Management of Technological and Organisational Change,
Concurrent Engineering, and Re-Engineering.
Modelling and Simulation of Business Processes in the
Private and Public Sectors; Knowledge Discovery and AI techniques for
Business Intelligence; Knowledge Management Systems for Resources and
Customer Relations Management; e-Business and Information Systems for
the Extended Enterprise.
Modelling and Simulation of the Service Value Chain, Service
Chain Planning and Management Tools; Information Systems for Business
Services, Financial Services, Public Services, Government Organizations,