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Innovations in Systems Modelling: Processes, Facilities and Infrastructure

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The talk will present the two core research programs of Process Modelling and Analytics and Robotics and Haptics at the Centre for Intelligent Systems Research (CISR) in Australia. CISR ’s research focuses on accelerated model development, uncertainty estimation and scheduling using discrete event simulation, computational intelligence and meta-heuristics.

Industry-based research into modelling of manufacturing processes, airport operations and logistics has garnered some valuable lessons into the requirements of next generation platforms and intelligent decision support systems. Time critical services, such as airport baggage systems, mining operations and passenger screening, demand robust but efficient flows in the presence of process uncertainty. Recent progress and research directions will be reported through a series of case studies at Australia’s largest coal wash plant, Boeing’s Dreamliner manufacturing operations and Ford’s automotive production facilities.

Robotics and automation research projects, including robotics and haptics projects with the Australian Department of Defence and the aerospace industry, will also be discussed.

This talk is part of the IfM Buns Talk series.

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