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ACES-NM A Chapter of CIE-USA Albuquerque, New Mexico 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Saturday, February 8, 2014 Auditorium, UNM Domenici Center for HSC (see attached.

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1 ACES-NM A Chapter of CIE-USA Albuquerque, New Mexico 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Saturday, February 8, 2014 Auditorium, UNM Domenici Center for HSC (see attached map) 2014 Annual Meeting & Seminar Lunch catered by Chopstix 10:00 AM – 10:10 AMWelcome and Annual Meeting Opening Remarks Dr. Beiling Liu, President 10:10 AM – 10:20 AMFuture City Regional Competition Dr. Amy Sun, Vice President 10:20 Am – 10:25 AM2013 Financial Report Ms. Mei Cheng, Treasurer 10:25 AM – 11:15 AMWhat does the future hold for the Rio Grande? Mr. Leonard A. Malczynski, Sandia National Laboratories 11:15 AM – 11:30 AM ACES-NM Young Student Award Young Student Award Committee 11:30 AM – 11:45 AM2014 ACES Board Member Election Dr. Amy Sun, Vice President 11:45 AM – 12:30 PMLunch Please RSVP by to by Friday, January 31, 2014 for head count for lunch.

2 What Does the Future Hold for the Rio Grande? What can system dynamics (SD) modeling of the Rio Grande tell us about its future? Mr. Malczynski is a Sandia economist specializing in SD modeling of critical infrastructure and natural resources. He describes the creation of a complex model intended to illustrate possible future changes in the river system and the possible impacts of those changes on ecology, agriculture, urban environments, and economic systems. The model, created by a multi-agency partnership, will help stakeholders create a 50-year water plan for the Rio Grande. Leonard A. Malczynski is an economist and software engineer. He began his software engineering career with the advent of the first personal computers and has worked with a variety of platforms and operating systems. His specialties are in database management systems, system dynamics modeling, and geographic information systems. Over the past fourteen years he has concentrated on the building of system dynamics models of the nuclear fuel cycle, world energy consumption, water basin management, international conflict, and international migration. He was a member of the Office of the Chief Economist at Sandia National Laboratories from His current activities involve professional work in the System Dynamics Society, a software specialization in Powersim Studio, and development of software engineering techniques applicable to system dynamics modeling. Leonard has taught information systems and economics courses at the University of New Mexico and the College of Santa Fe since Prior to Sandia National Laboratories he spent 10 years as an independent information systems consultant in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean Invited Speaker: Mr. Leonard A. Malczynski Systems & Supply Chain Surety, Sandia National Laboratories What Does the Future Hold for the Rio Grande? What can system dynamics (SD) modeling of the Rio Grande tell us about its future? Mr. Malczynski is a Sandia economist specializing in SD modeling of critical infrastructure and natural resources. He describes the creation of a complex model intended to illustrate possible future changes in the river system and the possible impacts of those changes on ecology, agriculture, urban environments, and economic systems. The model, created by a multi-agency partnership, will help stakeholders create a 50-year water plan for the Rio Grande. Leonard A. Malczynski is an economist and software engineer. He began his software engineering career with the advent of the first personal computers and has worked with a variety of platforms and operating systems. His specialties are in database management systems, system dynamics modeling, and geographic information systems. Over the past fourteen years he has concentrated on the building of system dynamics models of the nuclear fuel cycle, world energy consumption, water basin management, international conflict, and international migration. He was a member of the Office of the Chief Economist at Sandia National Laboratories from His current activities involve professional work in the System Dynamics Society, a software specialization in Powersim Studio, and development of software engineering techniques applicable to system dynamics modeling. Leonard has taught information systems and economics courses at the University of New Mexico and the College of Santa Fe since Prior to Sandia National Laboratories he spent 10 years as an independent information systems consultant in Africa, Asia, and the Caribbean

3 Driving Directions: 1. Take I-25 south to MLK exit. (after the intersection of I-25 and I-40) 2. Turn left on MLK Blvd. 3. Turn left on University Blvd. 4. Turn right on Tucker Rd. (north of Lomas) 5. After passing Yale Blvd, park your car in the M-Lot on the right side of Tucker and walk towards east to the Domenici Center on the corner of Stanford Dr. and Marble Ave. Note: The Domenici Center consists of two jointed buildings (Building# 200). The Auditorium is on the east side of the jointed building. See. Please RSVP by to by Friday, January 31, 2014 for head count for lunch.


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