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Post University CIS Advisory Committee Annual Meeting – 2018

Today I participated in the annual meeting of the advisory committee for the undergraduate CIS department at Post University in Waterbury, CT (as I have on previous occasions). Most of the students participate in the program remotely, which is a … Continue reading

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Future Trends and Efforts in Education

I’m tabling the discrete-event simulation framework effort for today to provide a list of materials concerning the ongoing changes in the field of education. I compiled this list in order to share it with a few individuals over the past … Continue reading

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Post University CIS Advisory Committee Annual Meeting

I serve as an industry representative for an advisory committee run by the chairman of the CIS Program at Post University in Waterbury, CT. In today’s annual meeting we discussed a number of issues regarding the department, its curriculum, and … Continue reading

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Simulation: Continuing Yesterday’s Analysis

Yesterday I analyzed some of the considerations involved in modeling a section of a petrochemical refining process, namely that of hydrodesulfurization. That is adding hydrogen to hydrocarbons containing sulfur in the presence of a catalyst at an elevated temperature so … Continue reading

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Simulations: What Gets Modeled And What Doesn’t

When I’m not flogging away at code these days I’m thinking about continuous simulations and the details that get modeled within them. Specifically I’ve been reading about and thinking about operations in petrochemical refineries, and even more specifically certain classes … Continue reading

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Use Time on the Road Effectively

While a lot of folks are traveling for the holidays it’s a fine time to comment on how best to make use of your time while traveling for work. I’ve experienced three kinds of business trips and you should employ … Continue reading

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A Recommended Course on Udemy.com

Upon completion of Rob Percival’s course, The Complete Web Developer Course – Build 14 Websites on Udemy.com, I’d like to give the course a positive recommendation. The course guides you through setting up all the behind-the-scenes parts of a website … Continue reading

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Getting “In The Zone”

I worked on nuclear power plant training simulators at Westinghouse with up to 250 colleagues. I obviously didn’t meet or get to know them all but I worked with and hung out with a bunch of them and some clearly … Continue reading

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