(Meeting Co-Sponsored with IEEE)
Computer Simulation Tools for Engineering Managers
Prof. Barry L. Nelson
Wednesday November 15th 2000 at 7:00pm
College of DuPage Room SRC 2800(a,b,c)
Prof. Barry L. Nelson, Director of Northwestern University's Master of
Engineering Management Program (MEM), will speak on using and managing the
use of computer simulation for risk and operations analysis. He will
demonstrate some popular software for spreadsheet and systems simulation,
and then present basic principles for managing a simulation study.
Professor Nelson is interested in the design and analysis of computer simulation
experiments, particularly issues of statistical efficiency (such as
variance-reduction techniques), multivariate output analysis (such as
multiple-comparison procedures and optimization via simulation) and
multivariate input modeling (such as modeling and generation of time-series
input processes). His application areas include computer performance modeling,
quality control and manufacturing systems.
Professor Nelson teaches courses on stochastic modeling and computer simulation.
He was named McCormick teacher of the year in 1998.
More information about Dr. Nelson can be obtained from
his bio webpage, and more information about the MEM Program is
available at its webpage.
The next general meeting of UniForum Chicago will be from 7:00 pm to
9:00 pm on Wednesday, November 15th, 2000, at the College of DuPage, building
SRC - room 2800.
College of DuPage
Building SRC, Rm 2800
22nd and Lambert
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137-6599
Take 355 to Butterfield Rd (Rt 56).
Take Butterfield West to Lambert Rd,
then Lambert Rd North to 22nd St.
Turn right and look for Lot 2 or the Faculty/Staff parking lot (behind Lot 1)
on the right side of 22nd St.
Walk to the SRC building, room 2800 is on the second floor of the west side
of the building,
upstairs from the north doors facing Lot 2.
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