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Beer Game SimGame for 2014 Class

Another year another beer game for Undergraduate Systems Modeling Class 2014. Again, the game is crucial to challenge their mental model which is an important part of becoming a good system modeler.

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Undergraduate Class’ Beer Game 2013

Another year another beer game for Undergraduate Systems Modeling Class 2013. This is probably the largest beer game participants that ever conducted by SEMS Lab, with near 100 participants using a total of 9 boards.

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IE New Students 2013 Lab Orientation Day

We are welcoming the new Industrial Engineering Universitas Indonesia (IEUI) students Class of 2013 to our lab. With 92 new students, the students was shown the presentation of the roles of SEMS Lab As part of departments of introductory sessions, the new students are shown the presentation about the programs and research conducted in the lab.

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MP3EI Discrete Event Modeling Class Projects for Industrial Simulations

As part of the major class projects, the class of 2010 of the Industrial Simulation Class was tasked to develop a national logistics models based on MP3EI framework. Indonesia’s Masterplan for Acceleration and Expansion of Indonesia’s Economic Development (abbreviated MP3EI) is a long term plan by the Indonesian government to accelerate the realization of becoming a developed country. This will be done through “inclusive, just and simultaneous economic prominent growth”.

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The class was divided into the 6 economic corridors of the MP3EI: Read the rest of this entry »

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Queuing Minor Project of Systems Modeling 2012 Class

Today we have  the final presentation of queueing modeling using our discrete event modeling software ProModel from the Systems Modeling Class. With the new curriculum, the class would have a minor project replacing the major project in this class. The major project will be conducted at the Industrial Simulation Class next semester, with more complex projects scope. Mr Harry goes through the presentation of each groups, which models different queueing systems from bank teller, main gate of the university, supermarket and other service systems.

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