STEM newsletter

STEM User Group Meeting 2002

30 April 2002

The Seventh Annual STEM User Group Meeting will be held on 18–20 September 2002 in the traditional surroundings of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, UK. This popular event delivers the most up-to-date insight into best modelling practice and software techniques, as well as a deeper understanding of current and future developments in STEM, and also provides a great opportunity to meet and learn from other STEM users.

In addition to a wide-ranging programme of presentations, discussions and demonstrations, a number of short training sessions will ensure maximum awareness of and benefit from existing features. The reward for all this hard work is a Gala Dinner in the evening of Wednesday 18 September at King’s College.

The following agenda is only provisional, and we will be pleased to respond to suggestions or specific requests from attendees, either in advance, or during the event itself.

Date Session
Wednesday
18 September
  • Understanding Video over DSL
  • Distributable STEM and the Internet (eSTEM)
  • Visualising assumptions with time-series views (training)
  • New additions to the add-in for Excel
Thursday
19 September
  • Re-modelling a wireless network with template replication
  • Finer cost-allocation with requirement results
  • Improving your presentation with results views (training)
  • Using STEM to teach a new generation (fSTEM)
Friday
20 September
  • Strategies for VoIP in the core network
  • Learning to work without Functions (training)

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