Here’s why you should attend…
InterMarium Simulation Conference
September 14, 2023
Hotel Qubus Kraków, 2nd floor, rooms A, B, C, D, E
|9:00||Opening and introduction|
Dr. Witold Cempel | FlexSim InterMarium | Poland
|9:15||Prof. Allen G. Greenwood | FlexSim Software Products | USA|
Simulation as a Project
|10:00||Paweł Woźny | Astor | Poland|
The real success story
|10:30||Coffee Break – VR Area|
|11:00||Prof. Damian Krenczyk | Silesian University of Technology | Poland|
From digital model to digital twin – application of simulation models in production management
|11:45||Graham Shackle | RPM Global & InterMarium | Bulgaria|
HAULSIM – Optimizing mining production using Discrete Event Simulation
|12:05||Marcin Maj | Soudal | Poland|
Filling line optimization using FlexSim simulation model
|13:30||Sebastian Hemmann | FlexSim Deutschland | Germany|
Comparison of strategies for order picking
|14:00||Maurizio Giubilato & Luciano Cavallero | Flexcon | Italy|
Simulation & Emulation with FlexSim
|15:00||Coffee Break – VR Area|
|15:30||Anthony Johnson | FlexSim Software Products | USA|
FlexSim’s Capabilities Today and in the Future
|16:30||Debate “How to use and teach FlexSim effectively”|
Dawid Dąbal | FlexSim InterMarium | Poland
Anthony Johnson | FlexSim Software Products | USA
Marcin Kaźmierski | Jabil | Poland
Konrad Lewczuk | Warsaw University of Technology | Poland
|17:30||Tomasz Mitręga & Patryk Żuchowicz | FlexSim InterMarium | Poland|
Virtual Reality and advanced visualization show
|18:30||End of the presentation part – Break|
|19:00||Simulation Ambassador Award Gala|
|Jazz concert of the Mikołaj Budniak Quartet | Poland|
|Networking while enjoying refreshments|
|Due to the limited seats, we invite you to secure your participation today through free registration.|
If you use FlexSim at your company or university or are interested in doing so, this is an event you should not miss!
|prof. Allen G. Greenwood, Ph.D., P.E., FlexSim Software Products, USA|
Simulation Education Specialist at FlexSim Software Products, Inc. and Professor Emeritus of Industrial and Systems Engineering at Mississippi State University
|Simulation as a Project|
There are many aspects of simulation but when it is applied, it is a project. This presentation discusses how and why the fundamentals of project management must be integral to any simulation. Approaching simulation from a project perspective greatly increases the chances of success and thus is important to those in industry and academia.
|Paweł Woźny, ASTOR, Poland|
Senior Specialist for Intralogistics Project Preparation in the Intralogistics Department.
He has been involved in intralogistics, interoperative flows, automation, and robotics projects. His expertise lies in developing solution concepts, analyzing production data, preparing simulations, and optimizing intralogistics challenges using conventional conveyors or Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs).
Graduate of the Faculty of Mechanics and Machine Construction at Poznań University of Technology.
|The real success story|
The way made by ASTOR’s Intralogistics Line Department from classic manual analysis to creating simulation models with FlexSim.
|Prof. Damian Krenczyk, Silesian University of Technology, Poland|
|From digital model to digital twin – application of simulation models in production management|
Based on my 20 years of experience in using simulation tools, I will try to introduce you to the main areas of application of computer modeling and simulation and tell you how computer simulation models can support today’s production managers, and where these methods may find application tomorrow.
|Graham Shackle, RPM Global & InterMarium, Bulgaria|
InterMarium Sales Agent. With over 30 years of experience in information technology, Manufacturing, Distribution, and Mining, Graham brings a unique view on how industries can learn from each other to maximize the benefits of technologies. Graham started as a system integrator in the UK before spending 25 years in South Africa implementing and developing ERP, Asset Management, and Planning solutions, currently, he is focused on growing the adoption of new technologies in the mining industry from his new home in Bulgaria.
|HAULSIM – Optimizing mining production using Discrete Event Simulation|
The presentation will cover what makes HAULSIM unique in the industry, how it utilizes FlexSim to deliver previously unachievable results to our customers, and how it is being adapted to meet the new challenges faced by mining.
|Marcin Maj, Soudal, Poland|
Chief Engineer at Soudal – the largest manufacturer of single-component polyurethane foams in Poland. Responsible for technical and investment matters. He holds a master’s degree in computer science and postgraduate studies in production management and optimization. In addition, he is an experienced KAIZEN trainer with international certification. Marcin has experience in automobile industry automation and has participated in the launch of many factories and production lines in European, Asian, and American markets.
He is currently deeply involved in studying the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of integrating Industry 4.0 tools to improve various aspects of manufacturing, with a focus on the bottom line. Enthusiast of artificial intelligence and creative problem-solving.
|Filling line optimization using FlexSim simulation model|
|Sebastian Hemmann, FlexSim Deutschland, Germany|
FlexSim Distributor in Germany. Educated in traffic control systems, working with FlexSim since 2007, managing the engineering bureau.
|Comparison of strategies for order picking|
Comparison of 2 different strategies and some sub-strategies. The use of Experimenter to do some experiments with all (sub-) strategies, various numbers of operators, size of carts, and rack configurations — a great example of FlexSim application in minor projects.
|Maurizio Giubilato, M.Sc. Eng. & Luciano Cavallero, M.Sc. Eng., Flexcon, Italy|
Flexcon is a FlexSim Distributor in Italy.
Maurizio Giubilato is a Founder and Managing Director of Flexcon, with experience in the use of various simulation tools, including FlexSim, starting from 1996.
Luciano Cavallero is the Team Leader/Project Manager for Robotics, Emulation, and Digital Twin at Flexcon. Simulation software developer, with vast experience in simulation projects.
|Simulation & Emulation with FlexSim|
Industrial automated system models created using simulation techniques try to provide a similar behavior to the system. This is usually achieved by using simplified approximations or assumptions, to obtain an idea of how the system reacts and analyze its outputs.
FlexSim Emulation module provides the connection with real control software, allowing FlexSim to be a suitable platform for Virtual Commissioning, making it more beneficial during the entire system life cycle.
|Anthony Johnson, FlexSim Software Products, USA|
He has been with FlexSim since 2000. Currently, he leads FlexSim development.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Brigham Young University, and a master’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Columbia University.
|FlexSim’s Capabilities Today and in the Future|
|Jazz concert and paintings exhibition|
|A quartet under the aegis of double bassist Mikołaj Budniak. Band member, Marek Batorski, is a soprano and tenor saxophone, award-winning painter, and lecturer. His paintings provide inspiration for the music he creates. The result is the released album ‘Vision Of Village’. Our guests will be able to hear some of the melodies from this album. In addition, the repertoire includes jazz standards and compositions by Andrew Cudzich. Take a taste of what you can expect with ‘The Summer Knows’ truck, from the album by Marek Batorski.|
Rules for participation
The InterMarium Simulation Conference is organized by InterMarium Sp. z o.o. In order to attend, please, register by filling out the form below. Admission to the conference is available only to registered participants. For academics and professionals in logistics, production, process optimization, or continuous improvement, admission is free*.
*Free admission is provided for two attendees from a single organization. For each other person from a given organization, and for all other interested parties (for example students) the cost of participation is 1500 PLN gross. For an invoice, please send the necessary details to email@example.com