Sobre o evento

O Capítulo Brasileiro da System Dynamics Society convida todos os interessados para participar do IV Simpósio Brasileiro de Dinâmica de Sistemas, que será realizado entre 26 e 28 de outubro de 2017, em São Paulo .


O simpósio tem por finalidade:

  • Incentivar atividades profissionais, científicas e de treinamento;
  • Destacar aplicações relevantes;
  • Fomentar capacitação técnica;
  • Promover o intercâmbio de conhecimento;
  • Enriquecer e fortalecer a nossa rede social.

Nos três dias de evento, teremos Workshops apresentados por três convidados internacionais. Os trabalhos submetidos e aprovados, serão apresentados na forma de posters. A seção de posters será no final da tarde da quinta-feira dia 26/10. Dos trabalhos selecionados, serão escolhidos os 6 melhores que serão convidados a enviar o artigo completo. Destes 6 artigos completos, 3 serão escolhidos para participar da Seção de Discussão e Aprimoramento de Trabalhos na sexta-feira dia 27/10. Nesta seção, nossos pesquisadores internacionais apresentarão suas sugestões para aprimoramento dos trabalhos com o propósito de aumentar sua atratividade para periódicos de impacto. O evento incluirá um coquetel de confraternização na quinta-feira durante a seção de posters. Está prevista a participação presencial de três convidados internacionais.


As apresentações e os workshops serão realizados em inglês.

Palestrantes

Rebecca Niles

Rebecca Niles is an independent systems thinking consultant and sits on the policy council of the International System Dynamics Society. Her primary work is as senior strategy consultant for ReThink Health (an organization that is leading health system innovation by bringing regional leaders together around a System Dynamics model for health policy). She was formerly President of Leverage Networks (a hub for all things systems that took over the intellectual property of the former Pegasus Communications) and a partner at the Systems Thinking Collaborative (a systems thinking consultancy). She brings 20+ years of entrepreneurial and systems consulting expertise including work at Monitor Company (Michael Porter’s strategy firm) and GKA Inc. (a Systems Thinking Consultancy). Client engagements have included systems training, group causal mapping for strategy and problem solving, simulation facilitation, and computer modeling. Issues addressed include employee retention, health systems, sustainability, economic growth in Nigeria, platinum refining, product defect reduction, drug discovery, teacher absenteeism, and nuclear power catastrophes and reporting, among others. Her expertise is in live, collaborative multi-stakeholder model building and making complex challenges clearer. Rebecca received her BS in Civil Engineering from MIT and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. While at MIT, she studied System Dynamics under John Sterman and spent four years under the supervision of Dr. Jay Forrester developing curriculums for K-12 education.

 
 
   

Leonard Malczynski

Leonard Malczynski is co-owner of Mindseye Computing LLC and Adjunct Faculty at Management Information Systems/Economics, Anderson School of Management, University of New Mexico. He worked for almost 30 years as Principal Member of Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque NM. Some of his recent research are: Investigation of the optimum ore grade for New Mexico potash mining industry; Model development to examine the future of transportation fuels and vehicles in the USA; Model development to examine the County of Maui Hawaii’s progress toward their renewable energy goal for 2020; Model development of a strategy for the management of spent nuclear fuel for Taipower, Taiwan; Verification and validation of a large (2500 variable, 7M data element) model of the US nuclear fuel cycle; Carbon sequestration in the southwestern United States: using the 'string of pearls' model for cost and source-to-sink assessments; Integrated system dynamics toolbox for water resources planning; Collaborative modeling using system dynamics for the Gila-San Francisco rivers in New Mexico.

   
 
   

Karim Chichakly

Karim Chichakly is Co-President of isee systems, inc. He has completed modeling projects in business strategy, project management, health care, public policy, and the environment. He also has extensive experience in both teaching and training. Dr. Chichakly is Adjunct Professor of System Dynamics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he teaches “System Dynamics Foundations,” “Project Dynamics,” and “System Dynamics for Insight.” He is also Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Capitol Technical University. He holds degrees in mathematics, engineering, computer science, and system dynamics. Karim has been the Director of Product Development at isee systems, inc. for over 20 years, where he was the architect and designer of the major redesigns of iThink and STELLA for both version 4.0 authoring and the new version 10.0 STEAM engine. He also developed the draft XMILE standard for interchanging and archiving System Dynamics models.


   

Local

Centro Universitário FEI – Campus São Paulo
Rua Tamandaré 688 – Liberdade - CEP 01525000 - São Paulo, Brasil.



Datas Importantes


1) Envio de resumos (600-800 palavras) - até 22 de setembro de 2017


2) Comunicação de aceitação e formato de apresentação (Pôster) - até 25 de setembro de 2017


3) Envio de artigos completos (até 4.000 palavras) - até 05 de outubro de 2017


4) Abertura do IV Simpósio - 26 de outubro de 2017


O envio de resumos deverá ser feito pela plataforma easychair, no endereço https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=sbds2017 e as instruções para as apresentações dos posters aprovados serão divulgadas em breve. Serão bem-vindas manifestações de interesse, críticas e sugestões sobre o evento. Estas poderão ser registradas através da nossa lista/grupo: sdbrasil@googlegroups.com, ou endereçadas diretamente aos encarregados da organização.

 

Programação

HOUR Thursday, October 26
08:30 am – 09:00 am Open Ceremony
09:00 am – 10:30 am Workshop: Rethink Health Simulation
10:30 am – 10:50 am

Coffee break

10:50 am – 12:20 pm

Workshop: Rethink Health Simulation and Debrief

12:20 pm – 01:45 pm Lunch time
01:45 pm – 03:15 pm Workshop: Introduction to System Thinking
03:15 pm – 15:35 pm Coffee break
03:35 pm – 05:05 pm Workshop: Introduction to Stella Simulation Software
05:30 pm - 07:30 pm Poster Session

HOUR Friday, October 27
09:00 am – 10:30 am Workshop - Introduction to Models
10:30 am – 10:50 am Coffee break
10:50 am – 12:20 pm Workshop – Systems’ Behavior over Time
12:20 pm – 01:45 pm Lunch time
01:45 pm – 03:15 pm Workshop - Stock and Flow/main chains
03:15 pm – 03:35 pm

Coffee break

03:35 pm – 05:05 pm

Workshop - Feedback loops and delays

05:30 pm - 07:30 pm

Discussant Session for Best Papers Improvement
Dinner reception

HOUR Saturday, October 28
09:00 am – 10:30 am Workshop: Combining Feedback
10:30 am – 10:50 am

Coffee break

10:50 am – 12:20 pm Workshop: Modeling processes
12:20 pm – 01:45 pm Lunch time
01:45 pm – 03:15 pm Workshop: Limits to Growth
03:15 pm – 03:35 pm

Coffee break

03:35 pm – 05:05 pm Workshop: Nonlinearities and validation
05:30 pm - 06:00 pm

Closing Ceremony

Inscrições

Congresso (26 a 28 de outubro, 2016) Inscrição Antecipada(Valores em US$) Inscrição Normal (após 13 de outubro)
Membros da SDS* ou da FEI  US$ 199,00 US$ 249,00
Estudantes (inclusive FEI) US$ 99,00 US$ 124,00
Não membros da SDS/público externo US$ 239,00 US$ 299,00

SDS * Membros pagantes da System Dynamics Society


ORGANIZAÇÃO

Edmilson Alves de Moraes - edmilson@fei.edu.br

Karim Chichakly - karim@iseesystems.com


Realização

Contato

Para maiores informações:

sbds@fei.edu.br