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2015 Simio Standard Training offered by MOSIMTEC – Las vegas, nevada, NV

December 24th, 2014

2015 Simio Standard Training offered by MOSIMTEC – nevada, NV
Event on 2015-09-15 09:00:00

Course overview

This three-day course provides a fast start to using Simio simulation computer software to efficiently solve genuine issues. It begins with a brief overview of simulation technology and appropriate usage, and Simio modeling framework. Then the Simio Standard Library is used to fix a number of problems checking out the fixed and powerful things, and the other ways entities undertake the model and connect to other things.

Significant time will likely be allocated to expanding model logic with add-on procedures and building item definitions. It will include extra depth towards formerly covered topics of dealing with model data and interpreting simulation outcomes. It’ll end with a discussion of how exactly to ensure the prosperity of your simulation projects. This course is generally supplemented with topics of special interest towards the attendees and/or task jump-start advice.

whom should go to?

In particular the early sessions for the program are appropriate for people who handle or make use of simulationists.  This course is preferred for anyone who is interested in doing big or frequent simulation projects.

Location and logistics

MOSIMTEC
Las Las vegas, NV 

The classes are going to be held just off the strip in nevada, NV, convenient to airport, resort accommodation and area destinations.  Precise course location become determined.  The beginning time the first day is 9am and certainly will follow a 7 to 8 hour day-to-day routine.  Final schedule will be custom made to best suit certain requirements of all attendees. The standard cost the class is ,485 per attendee.

Note that based on interest received, certain class times might rescheduled.  Registered individuals is supposed to be notified well beforehand.

More information on training: http://mosimtec.com/services/training/

MOSIMTEC also offers Simio Standard training course in Washington (D.C.), Nashville (TN), and north park (CA). View our training page to get more information.

Alternative locations available upon demand. View our training page to get more information.

Contact MOSIMTEC at contact@mosimtec.com for any further questions.

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Vegas, United States

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Russian Standard Vodka

August 29th, 2013

A few nice vodka images I found:

Russian Standard Vodka
vodka

Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Eskimo Joe is back in Sydney, Australia, with a gig at Live At The Chapel (aka St Stephens Church, Newton).

If you didn’t know the group is an Australian alternative rock band formed by Stuart MacLeod on guitars, Joel Quartermain on drums and guitar and Kavyen Temperley on bass guitar and vocals, in East Fremantle, Western Australia in 1997.

Their debut album, Girl, was released in 2001, which peaked into the Australian Albums Chart top 30, and was certified gold. Their second album, A Song Is a City, was released in 2004 and reached No. 2. It was later certified double platinum.

PNAU, one of Australia’s electro-pop’s finest, was the support of the evening.
There were about 300 fans present on this cold and slightly damp night in Sydney.

Sponsor Russian Standard Vodka (and a few of their models) were once again on hand in support of Australian music. We don’t know if the band drinks Vodka, but if they do, they won’t be refused.
While I waited to get into the Chapel I checked out the beautiful tombstones in the cemetery, and it was a good thing I wore my gumboots as the ground outside the venue was a bit damp under foot.

The music kicked off at about 7.30pm and my fave song of the night was Black Fingernails, Red Wine.
It was a fun night and the music was great.

I believe that Eskimo Joe will continue to remain one of Australia’s most popular home grown bands, and they are bound to stay in the mix of some of the most requested music on Australian radio.

Websites
Eskimo Joe www.eskimojoe.net/
Live At The Chapel www.liveatthechapel.com.au/
Russian Standard Vodka www.russianstandardvodka.com/
MCM Media www.mcmmedia.com.au/
Nicole Hart at revolutions per minute PR nicole@revolutions.com.au
Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com/
Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography
Music News Australia www.musicnewsaustralia.com/

Russian Standard Vodka
vodka

Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Eskimo Joe is back in Sydney, Australia, with a gig at Live At The Chapel (aka St Stephens Church, Newton).

If you didn’t know the group is an Australian alternative rock band formed by Stuart MacLeod on guitars, Joel Quartermain on drums and guitar and Kavyen Temperley on bass guitar and vocals, in East Fremantle, Western Australia in 1997.

Their debut album, Girl, was released in 2001, which peaked into the Australian Albums Chart top 30, and was certified gold. Their second album, A Song Is a City, was released in 2004 and reached No. 2. It was later certified double platinum.

PNAU, one of Australia’s electro-pop’s finest, was the support of the evening.
There were about 300 fans present on this cold and slightly damp night in Sydney.

Sponsor Russian Standard Vodka (and a few of their models) were once again on hand in support of Australian music. We don’t know if the band drinks Vodka, but if they do, they won’t be refused.
While I waited to get into the Chapel I checked out the beautiful tombstones in the cemetery, and it was a good thing I wore my gumboots as the ground outside the venue was a bit damp under foot.

The music kicked off at about 7.30pm and my fave song of the night was Black Fingernails, Red Wine.
It was a fun night and the music was great.

I believe that Eskimo Joe will continue to remain one of Australia’s most popular home grown bands, and they are bound to stay in the mix of some of the most requested music on Australian radio.

Websites
Eskimo Joe www.eskimojoe.net/
Live At The Chapel www.liveatthechapel.com.au/
Russian Standard Vodka www.russianstandardvodka.com/
MCM Media www.mcmmedia.com.au/
Nicole Hart at revolutions per minute PR nicole@revolutions.com.au
Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com/
Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography
Music News Australia www.musicnewsaustralia.com/

Russian Standard Vodka
vodka

Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Eskimo Joe is back in Sydney, Australia, with a gig at Live At The Chapel (aka St Stephens Church, Newton).

If you didn’t know the group is an Australian alternative rock band formed by Stuart MacLeod on guitars, Joel Quartermain on drums and guitar and Kavyen Temperley on bass guitar and vocals, in East Fremantle, Western Australia in 1997.

Their debut album, Girl, was released in 2001, which peaked into the Australian Albums Chart top 30, and was certified gold. Their second album, A Song Is a City, was released in 2004 and reached No. 2. It was later certified double platinum.

PNAU, one of Australia’s electro-pop’s finest, was the support of the evening.
There were about 300 fans present on this cold and slightly damp night in Sydney.

Sponsor Russian Standard Vodka (and a few of their models) were once again on hand in support of Australian music. We don’t know if the band drinks Vodka, but if they do, they won’t be refused.
While I waited to get into the Chapel I checked out the beautiful tombstones in the cemetery, and it was a good thing I wore my gumboots as the ground outside the venue was a bit damp under foot.

The music kicked off at about 7.30pm and my fave song of the night was Black Fingernails, Red Wine.
It was a fun night and the music was great.

I believe that Eskimo Joe will continue to remain one of Australia’s most popular home grown bands, and they are bound to stay in the mix of some of the most requested music on Australian radio.

Websites
Eskimo Joe www.eskimojoe.net/
Live At The Chapel www.liveatthechapel.com.au/
Russian Standard Vodka www.russianstandardvodka.com/
MCM Media www.mcmmedia.com.au/
Nicole Hart at revolutions per minute PR nicole@revolutions.com.au
Eva Rinaldi Photography www.evarinaldi.com/
Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography
Music News Australia www.musicnewsaustralia.com/


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Simio Standard Training presented by MOSIMTEC – Herndon, VA

August 16th, 2013

Simio Standard Training presented by MOSIMTEC – Herndon, VA
Event on 2013-11-06 09:00:00

Course overview

This three-day course provides a fast start to using Simio simulation software to effectively solve real problems. It starts with a brief overview of simulation technology and appropriate use, and the Simio modeling framework. Then the Simio Standard Library is used to solve a variety of problems exploring the fixed and dynamic objects, and the various ways entities move through the model and interact with other objects.

Significant time will be spent on extending model logic with add-on processes and building object definitions. It will add extra depth to the previously covered topics of working with model data and interpreting simulation results. It will end with a discussion of how to ensure the success of your simulation projects. This course is often supplemented with topics of special interest to the attendees and/or project jump-start advice.

Who should attend?

In particular the early sessions of the course are appropriate for those who manage or work with simulationists.  This course is recommended for anyone who is interested in doing large or frequent simulation projects.

Location and logistics

MOSIMTEC, LLC
297 Herndon Parkway
Suite 301
Herndon, VA 20170 

The classes will be held in the Herndon VA area, centrally located in the Dulles Technology Corridor and convenient to Dulles and Reagan airports and local transportation.  Also plenty of hotel accommodation in the area and less than 30 minutes to downtown Washington, D.C. and all its attractions.  The start time for the first day is 9am and will follow a 7 to 8 hour daily schedule.  Final schedule will be customized to best suit the requirements of all attendees. The standard fee for the class is ,485 per attendee.

Note that depending on interest received, specific class dates may be rescheduled.  Registered participants will be notified well in advance.

More information on training: http://mosimtec.com/services/training/.  Alternative locations available upon request.  View our training page for more information.

Contact MOSIMTEC at contact@mosimtec.com for any further questions.

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297 Herndon Parkway
Herndon, United States

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The Diane Rehm Show: The Gold Standard in Civic, Civil Discourse

May 12th, 2012

At 37, Diane Rehm began her radio career as a volunteer with just a high school education. Thirty-five years later, she has won the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award as host of the leading NPR public affairs program, The Diane Rehm Show. Watch this exclusive behind the scenes.

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5mm I.D., 8mm O.D., 2.5mm Wide, (9.2mm O.D. x .6mm Thk. Flange), Metric Standard, Dynaroll Bearings (1 Each)

June 30th, 2011

5mm I.D., 8mm O.D., 2.5mm Wide, (9.2mm O.D. x .6mm Thk. Flange), Metric Standard, Dynaroll Bearings (1 Each)

List Price: $ 11.36

Price: $ 6.58

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The Standard Deviants – American Government 2-pack

January 27th, 2011

The Standard Deviants – American Government 2-pack

Our government has evolved over the years, from the First Constitutional Congress to recent case law. Reserved powers are tested, expanded and limited. This series will explain the history and divisions of our government, including their responsibilities and powers. The American Government DVD 2-Pack includes American Government Part 1 and Part 2 at a discounted price.The Standard Deviants: American Government Part 1
An unorthodox lesson in civics is presented by the Standard Deviants, a cast of energetic young performers, in this video, which is designed as an extensive review guide for a course in American civics. Starting with the ethics of Aristotle and quickly jumping forward to philosophical concepts espoused by Locke and Hobbes, the performers present the basic background of American democracy in skits and recitations that are often oddball mnemonic devices. Topics covered include the theories behind democracy, the grievances the American colonists had against the British, the drafting of the Declaration of Independence, and the eventual drafting and ratification of the Constitution. The landmark legal cases and the principles of civil rights are also covered. The approach to the subject matter may not be to everyone’s liking, and at times the performers do seem to trivialize matters that are generally approached with some solemnity. However, this video has academic advisers, including professor Larry Sabato (a name familiar to viewers of public affairs programs). If the presentation is sometimes off the wall, the actual material is very solid, and even then it comes with disclaimer that it is intended as a review guide and is not a substitute for attending class. –Robert J. McNamara

The Standard Deviants: American Government 2
Continuing their unusual review course in civics, the Standard Deviants, a group of ebullient and youthful performers, forge ahead to explain via skits and various performance routines the venerable institutions of American democracy. This video begins with an explanation of the legislative branch, covering its history, powers, and the procedures by which it operates. The roles played by the Speaker of the House and other central figures are portrayed with purposely weird computer graphics and skits (complete with a congressional whip wielding, of course, a bullwhip). The powers of the president and the executive branch are also covered in detail, and an in-depth review of the judicial branch and its workings concludes the lessons. The approach to the material is never solemn and at times verges on the bizarre, and this won’t be to everyone’s liking. However, the academic advisers to this production have ensured that the material itself is solid, and it should be noted that the attempts at comedy are designed as mnemonic devices on the principle that something presented in an off-the-wall manner is easier to remember than the boring lectures that students endure and forget. –Robert J. McNamara

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