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MSC - LES
Modeling & Simulation Center -
Laboratory of Enterprise Solutions
MSC-LES is the laboratory of the Industrial Engineering Section at Department of Mechanical, Energy and Management Engineering of University of Calabria.
Current research activities include the development of interoperable simulations (i.e. IEEE 1516 HLA) for training and decision support in complex systems.
The Modeling & Simulation Center - Laboratory of Enterprise Solutions (MSC-LES) is a research laboratory at Department of Mechanical, Energy and Management Engineering of University of Calabria, Italy. The main goal of MSC-LES is the development of innovative ways to use Modeling & Simulation (M&S) to achieve new scientific advances in different application areas.
The MSC-LES research activities concentrates on Industry (with specific applications in manufacturing and production systems design and management), Logistics (logistics nodes design and supply chain management) and Defense (human behavior modeling and multi-coalition systems). Advanced simulation models based on different simulation paradigms and architectures are developed both for decision-making and for training and education in complex systems.
The MSC-LES research team work with many national and international partners and it is fully involved in different research projects; it supports the organization of the major international conferences in the area of M&S and, every year, promotes different International Journals special isssues for diffusing the latest research advances in the M&S area.
The MSC-LES is member organization of the most important M&S networks worldwide including Simulation Team (a pool of HiTech world-wide institutions active in M&S), MS&Net (the McLeod Modeling & Simulation Network) a consortium of co-operating independent organizations active in professionalism, research, education, and knowledge dissemination in the modeling and simulation (M&S) domain and Liophant Simulation, a non-profit association born in order to be a trait-d'union among simulation developers and users.
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