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Friday, 29 May 2015
Sion Cave

The UK Chapter of the System Dynamics Society was formed in 1999.  Since its formation, the Chapter has held a large number of events, which have included networking events and its annual conference.  The purpose of the events is to bring together people using system dynamics for their work and research.  These events include presentations and workshops delivered by experienced system dynamics practitioners. 

The UK Chapter has brought together a list of all the presentations delivered at the events and, where possible, supporting materials.  Presentations have covered projects that have had a significant impact across the public and private sectors and innovations in the practice of system dynamics.

The list is available here: http://systemdynamics.org.uk/document-library/

Siôn Cave



Tuesday, 19 May 2015
Martin Kunc

Dear All,

This is the first entry into the Simulation SIG blog. I want to give you a warm welcome to all of you and suggest few ideas/rules for posts.

  1. A community needs news and ideas to thrive so you are welcome to post your ideas but don't promote your business.
  2. Events, seminars and potential activities related to sharing knowledge in a non-commercial manner are welcome.
  3. Links to knowledge sources are also welcome.
  4. Professional news such as new appointments, promotions, PhDs viva, etc. are also welcome.
  5. The topics covered in this blog include all forms of simulation methods, e.g. Discrete Event, System Dynamics, Spreadsheet, etc.

Feel free to send me a post, martin.kunc@wbs.ac.uk, if you can't do it by yourself.

Looking forward to hear from you soon,

Martin