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The latest news from the World of PHRONESIM


PHRONESIM exhibit at Simulation and Modelling 2022

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Pleased to exhibit at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Simulation and Modelling 2022 Conference at the MTC in Coventry today and tomorrow.
Great opportunity to share the PHRONESIM story with the delegates and also to introduce the NAFEMS 'How to Implement a Modelling and Simulation Strategy' eLearning course that we will run for the first time starting on October 4th. You can find details at or
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New Training Course Announced

New NAFEMS eLearning course announced. How to Implement a Modelling and Simulation Strategy. The course developed by PHRONESIM provides a framework for building a comprehensive strategy to build effective and efficient M&S capability.   
The first course will run on the 4th October Click on the image on the right hand side to see a preview of the course or find details of the course at

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PHRONESIM Article in NAFEMS July Benchmark 

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New article published in the July Edition of NAFEMS Benchmark Magazine. Check it out at NAFEMS - Unlocking the Full Potential of Modelling and Simulation in Your Organisation

"Two Castles 10k Run"

On 13-06-22 My daughter, her fiancé and I, competed in the annual 10km run from Warwick Castle to Kenilworth Castle. Of course flying the flag for PHRONESIM. I've been taking part in the run for probably 30 years, but it was the first time for my daughter and her fiancé . It's a hilly course but I'm sure the hills are getting longer and steeper!

"PHRONESIM present at NAFEMs 2022 UK Regional Conference" 
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On 7th June Andy delivered a plenary presentation at the NAFEMS 2022 UK regional conference held in Milton Keynes. The subject: "Unlocking the Full Potential of Modelling and Simulation in your Organisation"

You can view the presentation by clicking on the image

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