The International Workshop on

Harbour, Maritime & Multimodal Logistics

 Modelling and Simulation

Agostino G.Bruzzone, Yuri Merkuriev, Luca Maria Gambardella, Pietro Giribone

Portofino Kulm Hotel - Portofino - Italy,  October 5-7, 2000

List of Tracks

Welcome Session
October 5, Thursday, 9:00 am- 10:00 am

Agostino Bruzzone
MISS DIP - Italy

Roberto Mosca
MISS DIP - Italy

Yuri Merkuriev
MISS Riga TU - Latvia

Fabio Capocaccia
Genoa Port Authority, Italy

Alfredo Squarzoni
Engineering - University of Genoa - Italy

Plenary Presentation
October 5, Thursday, 10:30 am- 12:30 am

"Supply Management in Project Oriented Structures"
Pietro Giribone, Agostino G. Bruzzone & Roberto Revetria
MISS DIP and Liophant Simulation Club, Italy

"Distributed Simulation for Supply Management"
Roy Crosbie

Session I - Maritime Environments
October 5, Thursday, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Chairman: Yuri Merkuriev, Riga TU, Latvia

A Simulation Tool to Assess Nautical Safety in Port Approaches
R. Groenveld, C.V.A. Hoek
TU Delft  - Civil Engineering Department  Hydraulic Engineering Group - The Netherlands

Simulations at Petroleum Industry Using Virtual Reality Techniques
Carlos Luiz N. dos Santos, Gerson G. Cunha, Luís Fernando N. Mello, Luiz Landau

Searching for Multimodal Transport Solutions
Mariëlle den Hengst, Henk G. Sol
Delft University of Technology - The Netherlands

Management Information Systems in Marine Container Terminals of Australia
J.M. Behera, C.J.Bhuta, G.R.Thorpe
School of the Built Environment, Victoria University of Technology - Australia

Alternative Shipping of an Oversupply of Cargo with Competitive Bidders
William Conley
University of Wisconsin - USA

Session II - Desing & Engineering
October 5, Thursday, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Chairman: Eugene Kindler, Charles University, Czech Republic

Building a Virtual Ship
Aldo Zini, Attilio Rocca, Marco Raffa, Roberto Costa
CETENA and Fincantieri - Italy

Concurrent Design of  an Active Automated System for the Control of Stinger/Pipe Reaction Forces of Marine Pipelaying System
Massimo Callegari, Ferdinando Cannella, Filippo Maria Titti, Roberto Bruschi, Enrico Torselletti, Luigino Vitali
Dipartimento di Meccanica Universita’ di Ancona and SnamProgetti - Italy

Simulation Systems for Supporting Gas Turbine Service Worldwide
Agostino G.Bruzzone, Roberto Mosca, Simone Simeoni, Sergio Pozzi Cotto, Enrica Fracchia
MISS-DIP, Liophant Simulation Club and Ansaldo Energia - Italy

A General Purpose System for Supporting Transportation System Re-Engineering
Pietro Giribone, Roberto Revetria, Giorgio Diglio, Enrico Mantero, Giorio Vigano`
MISS-DIP, Liophant Simulation Club - Italy

Simulation Modeling and Analysis of Space Shuttle Flight Hardware Processing
Mansooreh Mollaghasemi, Grant Cates ,Ghaith Rabadi, Daisy Correa, Martin Steele, David Shelton
University of Central Florida and NASA - USA

Session III - Human Factors and Social Influence
October 6, Friday,  8:00 am - 10:00 am
Chairman: Aldo Zini, Cetena Fincantieri, Italy

Resource Management in Complex Socio-Technical Systems: A Multiagent Coordination Framework
Peter Kropf, Brahim Chaib-draa
University of Montreal and Universite Laval- Canada

The Use of Simulation in the Socio-Economical Evaluation of Management of an Intermodal Terminal
L.M.Gambardella, A.Alessandrini, C.Epifani, A.E. Rizzoli, N. Fornara.
IDSIA, Lugano and ITR Roma -  Switzerland and Italy

The Microsimulation For The Improvement of  the Urban Transportation: the Point of View of a Public Administration
Elvezia M. Cepolina, Domenico Di Noto, Maria Fassone
Mobility, Transport & Parking Directorate  Municipality of Genoa and DIMSET University of Genoa - Italy

A Model for Human Factors Assessment of Equipment in the Operational Environment: the Joint Biological Point Detection System
P. R. McCauley-Bell, M. Mollaghasemi, J. A. Picciuto, G. M. Waltensperger,
Detachment 1, AFOTEC Kirtland AFB, NM and Dept. of Industrial Eng., University of Central Florida - USA

A Branch-And-Bound Algorithm for Parallel Machine Scheduling Problems
Ameer Salem, Georgios C. Anagnostopoulos, Ghaith Rabadi
University of Central Florida and University of Quatar - USA and Quatar

Session IV - Interoperability and Multimodal Terminals
October 6, Friday, 10:30 am - 12:30
Chairman: Luca Maria Gambardella, IDSIA, Switzerland

Different Forms of  Interoperability for Harbor Models
Marco Schumann, Thomas Schulze, Steffen Strassburger
Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg Fakultät für Informatik, Institut für Simulation und Graphik - Germany

Collaborative Virtual Environments for Maritime & Harbour Training
Pertti Broas, Göran Granholm, Jorma Hartimo
VTT Manufacturing Technology, Maritime and Mechanical Engineering and Cybercube- Finland

Using Metamodels in Simulation Experiments to Examine Straddle Carrier Performance in Container Terminal
J.M. Behera, C.J.Bhuta, N.T. Diamond, G.R.Thorpe
School of the Built Environment, Victoria University of Technology - Australia

Tolerance Limits for a Stock Level in Inventory Control
Konstantin N. Nechval, Nicholas A. Nechval
Department of Applied Mathematics, Aviation University of Riga - Latvia

Forecast Modelling integrated with ERP Systems
Agostino Bruzzone, Roberto Mosca, Chiara Briano, Matteo Brandolini
MISS-DIP, Liophant Simulation Club - Italy

Session V - Port Terminals
October 6, Friday, 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Chairman: Robert Signorile, Boston College, USA

Klaipeda Harbour Oil Terminal Model
Henrikas Pranevicius, Dalius Makackas
Business Informatics Department, Kaunas University of Technology  -Lithuania

Approximations for Port Time in Bulk Ports
Tayfur Altiok, David Jagerman
Dept.of Industrial Engineering Rutgers University - USA

Harbor Models, Nested Simulation and Anticipatory Systems
Eugene Kindler
Charles University - Cezch Republic

Simulation-Based Analysis and Management of Logistics Processes at the Baltic Container Terminal
Yuri Merkuryev, Juri Tolujew, Vladimir Visipkov, Galina Merkuryeva, Fred Kamperman
Riga TU and Baltic Container Terminal - Latvia

Management Maintenance Policies and "Capacity Planning" of  a Container Terminal by Simulative Approach
Roberto Mosca, Alessandra Frigato Bonello, Flavio Tonelli, Maurizio Schenone
DIP, University of Genoa and DSPEA Turin - Italy

Session VI - Logistics
October 6, Friday, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Chairman: Edward Williams, Ford Motor Co., USA

Models for Supporting Customer Satisfaction in Retail Chains
Agostino Bruzzone, Roberto Mosca, Chiara Briano, Matteo Brandolini
MISS-DIP, Liophant Simulation Club - Italy

Simulation of  Logistics Control Using Collaboration of  Agents
Teruaki Ito
University of Tokushima - Japan

Inventory Management Simulation With Agents
Mona Rawashdeh, Robert Signorile
Computer Science Department, Boston College - USA

Improving Logistics within a Flow Shop a Simulation Project within the Context of a University Course
Edward J.Williams, Ricardo Gonzalez
University of Michigan and Ford Motor Co - USA

Gradual Modelling of Manufacturing and Transport Processes in Industrial Plants
Milan Edl, Jan Han, Zdenek Ulrych, Vaclav Votava
Dept. of Industrial Eng. and Management, University of West Bohemia

Session VII - Late Papers
October 6, Friday, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Chairman: Pietro Giribone, DIP University of Genoa, Italy

Identifying an Observable Transportation System  with One of Several Simulation Models
Nicholas A. Nechval, Konstantin N. Nechval
Department of Applied Mathematics - Aviation University of Riga - Latvia

Simulation Structures for a Reconfigurable Port Model to Support Military Cargo Operations
James F. Leathrum Jr., Taylor Frith, Palathingal Frank, Joseph Joines
VMASC, Old Dominion University, Military Traffic Management Command Transportation Engineering Agency - USA

Other Activities

Dinner Party
October 5, Thursday, 20:00 pm
Cenobio dei Dogi Camogli

Port Terminal Tour
October 7, Saturday, 8:00 am - 12:30

ISBN 1-56555-207-5

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