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1 WSC 2016 December 11 – 14, 2016 Simulating Complex Service Systems
General Chair: Todd R. Huschka, Mayo Clinic Program Chair: Stephen E. Chick, PhD, INSEAD Business Chair: Jesus A. Jimenez, PhD, Texas State University Simulating Complex Service Systems June 2014 Update

2 WSC 2014 Summary Date: Dec. 11-14, 2016 Location: Arlington, VA
Hotel: Crystal Gateway Marriott Meeting Space: Crystal Gateway Marriott Theme: TBD Special features: Conference is located just across the river from the National Mall, and just a few blocks from the Pentagon. The hotel is connected via underground passage to the Metro and the Crystal City Shops.

3 Arlington, VA Washington, DC
Donated by Virginia to the United States in 1801 and originally part of Washington, DC, Arlington has served as the headquarters to many governmental department and agencies. The land of Arlington completed the “square” of Washington, DC. (It is labeled as Alexandria County in the animated picture below) It was retroceded back to Virginia in 1846 because the residents felt like they had no voice. They were no longer a part of Virginia, and didn’t feel like a part of Washington. Yet due to its proximity to the National Mall, today Arlington has the feel of Washington DC. The Washington, DC/Arlington area features a number of attractions. Notable Places: Arlington National Cemetery The Pentagon – Headquarters of the US Department of Defense The White House National Mall (partial list) National Air and Space Museum Washington Monument Lincoln Memorial Museum of Natural History Smithsonian Institution Building Dupont Circle Georgetown University

4 Crystal Gateway Marriot
Hotel is located less than 1 mile from Reagan International yet does not have the feel of a hotel right next to an airport. While not in Washington DC, Central, it is only about 2 miles from the National Mall, and almost the same exact distance from the National Mall as the next closest option. The hotel is less than a mile from the Pentagon and the Pentagon Memorial. The hotel has direct access to the metro line via underground passage. The hotel is connected to the Crystal City Shops via underground passage. The Crystal City Shops have numerous trendy shops and a very large variety of food options for all price levels. Whitehouse Arlington Cemetery National Mall (2 Miles) Pentagon Gateway Marriott Reagan International

5 Hotel Room Summary Day Standard King or Double Bed Junior Suite
Marquis Suites Staff Total Friday 12/9 25 10 2 5 42 Saturday 12/10 150 167 Sunday 12/11 350 367 Monday 12/12 360 377 Tuesday 12/13 345 357 Wednesday 12/14 70 87 Thursday 12/15 27 1310 14 35 1429 Start Date End Date Room Type Single Double Triple Quad 12/09 12/16 King/Double $189 $199 $209 Staff $141.75 Junior Marquis

6 Concessions 10 Upgrades to Junior Suite at Group Rate.
5 Staff rooms at 75% Group Rate. 1 per 50 complimentary rooms. Complimentary internet access in guestrooms. 1 complimentary wired internet connection at registration desk and 10 wireless internet connections in the exhibit hall per day. 10% discount on 2016 food and beverage menu pricing if contract signed and returned by 9/7/2012 *Met

7 Conference Space General Session – 8,000 square feet
SKY VIEW LOBBY LEVEL PHONES ESCALATORS JEFFERSON Conference Space RESTROOMS BUSINESS CENTER SALON F CATERING KITCHEN MADISON CONVENTION REGISTRATION JACKSON LEE SALON D SALON A SALON B SALON C *Layout subject to change depending on our needs. SALON E GRAND BALLROOM SALON K SALON J SALON H SALON G General Session – 8,000 square feet ELEVATORS Breakouts – Grand Ballroom (10 rooms), Jefferson, Jackson, Lee, Madison, Rosslyn I, Rosslyn II, Alexandria, Mt. Vernon, Manassas (19 total rooms) SALON I SALON II RESTROOMS SERVICE CORRIDOR ASSEMBLY AREA SALON III ESCALATORS REG DESK Rosslyn ARLINGTON BALLROOM Office and Registration SALON IV SECOND FLOOR FAIRFAX SALON VI SALON V Exhibits – 8,000 square feet ALEXANDRIA MT. VERNON MCLEAN MANASSAS

8 Conference Room Specifics
The following layout is proposed. We can make changes Saturday December 11rd – Wednesday December 14th Start End Function Setup Capacity Function Space 8:00 AM 11:45 PM Storage NA Grand Office Office Conference 10 Arlington Office Registration Arlington Registration

9 Conference Room Specifics
Sunday December 11th Start End Function Setup Capacity Function Space 8:00 AM 11:45 PM Exhibits NA Salons 1-3 / Grand Foyer Board Meeting Conference 12 Fairfax 5:30 PM Meeting Hollow Square 35 Salon A Schoolroom 40 Salon B Theatre 150 Salon J Salon K 5:00 PM 6:00 PM Diner Rounds of 10 75 Salons C-E Reception Lounge Sky View

10 Conference Room Specifics
Monday December 12th Start End Function Setup Capacity Function Space 8:00 AM 11:45 PM Exhibits NA Salons 1-3, Grand Foyer General Session Theatre 600 Salons 4-6 12:00 PM 5:00 PM Breakout 100 Salon A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K 50 Madison, Jefferson, Jackson, Lee 50 (100) Rosslyn I, II (Rosslyn) Alexandria 40 Manassas*, Mt. Vernon* Speaker Room Conference 10 McLean Breakfast Rounds of 10 150 Sky View Lunch Schoolroom 400 6:00 PM Reception Lounge Grand Ballroom * The Manassas and Mt. Vernon only if needed. Their size layout is not really optimal.

11 Conference Room Specifics
Tuesday December 13th Start End Function Setup Capacity Function Space 8:00 AM 11:45 PM Exhibits NA Salons 1-3, Grand Foyer General Session Theatre 600 Salons 4-6 12:00 PM 5:00 PM Breakout 100 Salon A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K 50 Madison, Jefferson, Jackson, Lee 50 (100) Rosslyn I, II (Rosslyn) Alexandria 40 Manassas*, Mt. Vernon* Speaker Room Conference 10 McLean Breakfast Rounds of 10 150 Sky View Lunch Schoolroom 400 * The Manassas and Mt. Vernon only if needed. Their size layout is not really optimal.

12 Conference Room Specifics
Wednesday December 14th Start End Function Setup Capacity Function Space 8:00 AM 1:00 PM Exhibits NA Salons 1-3, Grand Foyer General Session Theatre 600 Salons 4-6 12:00 PM Breakout 100 Salon A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, J, K 50 Madison, Jefferson, Jackson, Lee 50 (100) Rosslyn I, II (Rosslyn) Alexandria 40 Manassas*, Mt. Vernon* Speaker Room Conference 10 McLean Breakfast Rounds of 10 150 Sky View * The Manassas and Mt. Vernon only if needed. Their size layout is not really optimal.

13 2016 with ~5% annual increase
Catering Prices (2012) Meal 2012 Price 2016 with ~5% annual increase Breakfast Continental: $21.00 per person $25.00 per person Breakfast Plated: Breakfast Buffet: $31.00 per person $38.00 per person Lunch Plated: $46.00 per person Lunch Buffet: Lunch Box: $35.00 per person $42.00 per person Dinner Plated: $50.00 per person $60.00 per person Dinner Buffet: $70.00 per person $85.00 per person Reception (Beverage): $18.00 per person $22.00 per person Reception ( No Beverage): $40.00 per person $49.00 per person Coffee Break: $19.00 per person $23.00 per person Beverage Break:     $12.00 per person     $15.00 per person All Day Coffee Break Package: Prices do not include VA Tax (9%) and 22% service charge. Menu prices subject to 5% annual increases. 10% discount if contract signed by 9/7/2012. *Met

14 Program Chair: Prof. Stephen E. Chick - INSEAD
Education 1995 Ph.D. Industrial Engineering & Operations Research, University of California at Berkeley 1992 M.S. Operations Research, University of California at Berkeley. 1990 B.S. Mathematics, Stanford University. Academic Experience Area Chair, Technology and Operations Management Area 2008- current Novartis Chair of Healthcare Management; and Academic Director, INSEAD Healthcare Management Initiative, HMI. current Professor of Technology & Operations Management, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France. Associate Professor of Technology Management, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France. Member, Production and Operations Management group. Associate Professor with Tenure (on leave), Dept. Industrial and Operations Engineering, Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor. On leave of absence. Assistant Professor, Dept. Industrial and Operations Engineering, Univ. Michigan, Ann Arbor. Member, operations research and quality engineering/statistical decision making groups. Visiting Scholar, Dept. Statistics, Stochastics, and Operations Research, Technical Univ. Delft, Holland, (January). Teaching and Research Assistant, Systems Integration Laboratory, Dept. Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Univ. California, Berkeley.

15 Stephen E. Chick (continued)
Industry Experience Teaches and/or Directs in Executive Development Programmes” (partial list of clients in health: J&J Corporate Citizenship Trust, GE Healthcare, Sanofi-Pasteur, Bayer Healthcare Pharma, SEHA – Abu Dhabi, UK National Health Service, Changi General Hospital) Part of Faculty Team that directs the Industrial Excellence Award for France (http://www.meilleure-usine.fr/) and Germany (http://www.beste-fabrik.de), organized by INSEAD and WHU, in conjunction with media partners L’Usine Nouvelle, and WirtschaftsWoche. Tauber Manufacturing Institute (TMI) faculty advisor for summer projects. Projects include Chrysler (production), Carrier (global production), and Eli Lilly (supply chain). Project Manager, TechniCon Computer Services, Emeryville, CA. Developed and delivered CAD and facilities layout software distributed on multiple platforms to seats. Software Engineer, Raya Systems, Inc., Mountain View, CA. Part of a team that developed a diabetes analysis software package that was distributed to physicians worldwide. Industrial Systems Analyst, CKGP & Associates, Birmingham, MI. Led a dozen simulation analysis projects as part of team that designed material handling systems for the automotive industry. Research Interests Stochastic simulation Bayesian statistics and decision analysis Mathematical modeling of complex systems Stochastic processes Manufacturing Services in manufacturing Applications to health care services Operations management.

16 Stephen E. Chick (continued)
Conference/INFORMS/WSC Experience INFORMS Simulation Society (formerly College on Simulation) Officer (Past-President ’08-’10); President ’06-’08; Vice President/President-Elect, ’04-’06; Secretary-Treasurer, ’02-’04. Newsletter Editor, ’00-’02; Associate Newsletter Editor, ’98-’00. General Chair: First INFORMS Simulation Society Research Workshop (Fontainebleau, France, July 5-7, 2007). LaTeX Committee for WSC ’01 and WSC ’02 Proceedings. Track Organizer: IFORS Hawaii 05 (Simulation track) INFORMS Fall 05, Fall 06 (Simulation track) WSC 05 (Introductory Tutorial track) WSC 10 (Health Care Applications track) WSC 12 (Health Care Applications track co-chair) Session Organizer or Chair: INFORMS (4/98, 10/12) Winter Simulation Conference (98, 99, 01, 04, 05) EuroINFORMS Istanbul (7/2003) EUROMA 2004. Jurist, 2007 Pierskalla Award (INFORMS Health Applications Society). Current and/or past Editorial positions: Operations Research, Management Science, Health Care Management Science, Production and Operations Management Publications and presentations. A bunch

17 Business Chair: Nomination Prof. Jesus A
Business Chair: Nomination Prof. Jesus A. Jimemez – Texas State University. Education 2006 Ph.D. Industrial Engineering, Arizona State University 1999 M.S. Industrial Engineering, Texas State University 1997 B.S. Industrial Engineering, Texas State University Academic Experience 2006 – Current Assistant Professor in the Ingram School of Engineering at Texas State University, and also serves as the program coordinator for the undergraduate Industrial Engineering degree. Research Interests Manufacturing Systems Modeling Analysis Semiconductor Manufactoring Computer Simulations Sustainable Production Systems Automation

18 Jesus A. Jimemez (continued)
WSC/MASM/INFORMS Experience MASM 2013 Conference Organizer and Program Chair Committee MASM 2012 Technical Program Committee WSC 08, 11, 12 Session Chair INFORMS 2010 Session Chair WSC 2009 Track Chair (Logistics, Transportation, and Distribution) INFORMS 2009 Track Chair – INFORMS Simulations Society INFORMS 2008 Session Co-Chair INFORMS Simulation Society – Member of the Committee Underrepresented Minorities and Women Publications M. Gard, S.J. Levinson, S.B. Ferraro, and J.A. Jimenez, “A Factorial Experiment to Optimize the Small-Caliber Launcher,” IEEE on Plasma Science, 2011: In Press. S. Hong, A. Johnson, H. Carlo, D. Nazzal, and J. Jimenez, “Optimising the Location of Crossovers in Conveyor-based Automated Material Handling Systems in Semiconductor Wafer Fabs,” International Journal of Production Research, vol. 49, 2011, pp W. Stapleton, B. Asiabanpour, J. Jimenez, and D. Um, “An REU Experience with Micro Assembly Workcell Research,” American Journal of Engineering Education, vol. 1, 2010, pp D. Nazzal, J.A. Jimenez, H. Carlo, H., A. Johnson, and V. Lasrado, “An Analytical Model for Conveyor-Based Material Handling System with Crossovers in Semiconductor Wafer Fabs,” IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, vol. 23, 2010, pp D. Um, B. Asiabanpour, and J. Jimenez, “A Flexible Micro Manufacturing System for Micro Parts Assembly Via Micro Visual Sensing and EAP Based Grasping,” Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Systems, vol. 8 (2), 2009, pp B. Asiabanpour, D.T. Vejandla, J.A. Jimenez, and C. Novoa, “Optimizing the Automated Plasma Cutting Process by Design of Experiments,” International Journal of Rapid Prototyping, vol. 1, 2009, pp J.A. Jimenez, G.T. Mackulak, and J.W. Fowler, “Levels of Capacity and Material Handling System Modeling for Factory Integration Decision Making in Semiconductor Wafer Fabs,” IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing, vol. 21, 2008, pp  

19 Simulation of Complex Service Systems
Theme Simulation of Complex Service Systems As computer processing power and simulation software advance the ability to simulate increasingly complex systems becomes possible by a larger and larger population of Systems Engineers and Operation Researchers. In addition, more and more data is available to accurately model these complex systems.

20 Next Steps Develop a budget, and general track structure
Line up keynotes, Titans, and special features Currently in conversation with Dr. John Noseworthy, CEO of Mayo Clinic for a Keynote position. Titan Suggestion: Steve Roberts.

21 Remaining details to be provided in subsequent board meetings

22 Registration - TBD Category Early Fee Late Dee Number Revenue Member
Non – Member Retired Student

23 Exhibits - TBD

24 Budget Summary - TBD

25 Program - TBD Tracks planned Special/new features Keynote speakers


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