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Modeling complex systems in engineering and management

01UIBRP

A.A. 2019/20

Course Language

Inglese

Course degree

Doctorate Research in Management, Production And Design - Torino

Course structure
Teaching Hours
Lezioni 40
Teachers
Teacher Status SSD h.Les h.Ex h.Lab h.Tut Years teaching
De Marco Alberto Professore Associato ING-IND/17 24 0 0 0 1
Teaching assistant
Espandi

Context
SSD CFU Activities Area context
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2019/20
PERIOD: JUNE -JULY The course illustrates the methodologies and principles to model and simulate systems to solve problems in organizations, engineering and management. It provides participants with knowledge to understand the complexity of engineering and management systems, archetypical behaviours of complex systems, measurement metrics, and policy making tools for system control. Case studies and applications are in the fields of technology diffusion, operations management, supply chain management, logistics and project management. In particolar, the System Dynamics and Agent-Based modelling methodologies are given togeter with the software packages needed to simulate complex systems (e.g.: Vensim, NetLogo, AnyLogic, etc.). A project work is developed to model and simulate a system with reference to the participant’s specific vertical domain of research.
PERIOD: JUNE -JULY The course illustrates the methodologies and principles to model and simulate systems to solve problems in organizations, engineering and management. It provides participants with knowledge to understand the complexity of engineering and management systems, archetypical behaviours of complex systems, measurement metrics, and policy making tools for system control. Case studies and applications are in the fields of technology diffusion, operations management, supply chain management, logistics and project management. In particolar, the System Dynamics and Agent-Based modelling methodologies are given togeter with the software packages needed to simulate complex systems (e.g.: Vensim, NetLogo, AnyLogic, etc.). A project work is developed to model and simulate a system with reference to the participant’s specific vertical domain of research.
Principles of complexity. Structures, states and behaviours of complex systems. Usage of simulation models. Performance measurement systems and metrics. Model design of complex systems. System Dynamics modelling and simulation using the Vensim software package. Agent-based modelling and associated software packages. The course is given in English.
Principles of complexity. Structures, states and behaviours of complex systems. Usage of simulation models. Performance measurement systems and metrics. Model design of complex systems. System Dynamics modelling and simulation using the Vensim software package. Agent-based modelling and associated software packages. The course is given in English.
04/06/20 9:00-13:00 Introduction to complexity in engineering&management systems – Carlo Rafele 09/06/20 9:00-13:00 Introduction to System Dynamics modelling – Alberto De Marco 18/06/20 9:00-13:00 Theory of complexity – Carlo Rafele 23/06/20 9:00-13:00 System dynamics archetypes – Alberto De Marco 30/06/20 9:00-13:00 System dynamics simulations and launch of project work – Alberto De Marco 02/07/20 9:00-13:00 Principles of agent based modelling – Giovanni Zenezini 07/07/20 9:00-13:00 Project work - Alberto De Marco/Giovanni Zenezini 14/07/20 9:00-13:00 Project work - Alberto De Marco/Giovanni Zenezini 21/07/20 9:00-13:00 Project work - Alberto De Marco/Giovanni Zenezini 24/07/20 9:00-13:00 Project work final presentations - Alberto De Marco/Giovanni Zenezini Classes will be held in Room Digep B (Dept. of Management and Production Engineering)
04/06/20 9:00-13:00 Introduction to complexity in engineering&management systems – Carlo Rafele 09/06/20 9:00-13:00 Introduction to System Dynamics modelling – Alberto De Marco 18/06/20 9:00-13:00 Theory of complexity – Carlo Rafele 23/06/20 9:00-13:00 System dynamics archetypes – Alberto De Marco 30/06/20 9:00-13:00 System dynamics simulations and launch of project work – Alberto De Marco 02/07/20 9:00-13:00 Principles of agent based modelling – Giovanni Zenezini 07/07/20 9:00-13:00 Project work - Alberto De Marco/Giovanni Zenezini 14/07/20 9:00-13:00 Project work - Alberto De Marco/Giovanni Zenezini 21/07/20 9:00-13:00 Project work - Alberto De Marco/Giovanni Zenezini 24/07/20 9:00-13:00 Project work final presentations - Alberto De Marco/Giovanni Zenezini Classes will be held in Room Digep B (Dept. of Management and Production Engineering)
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