STEM User Group Meeting 2015

21 May 2015

An intoxicating mix of showcase models, technical how-to sessions and interactive development updates

The twentieth STEM User Group Meeting (of great minds) will be held in the unique atmosphere of King’s College, Cambridge, UK, on Wednesday–Thursday 07–08 October. This milestone business-modelling event will herald the latest STEM 7.5 release, as well as the end of an era for one familiar pillar of the STEM desktop environment.

Consultants and professional modellers from service providers and network suppliers will enjoy their differences of context and opinion while exploring the latest techniques in business-case evaluation and service costing, capex forecasting and online delivery.

The event is a unique opportunity to meet and compare notes with the leading users of our STEM visual software for the reliable modelling of business, and to witness its well-tested and compelling application to topical problems first hand.

Wednesday 07 October 2015    Thursday 08 October 2015
What’s new in STEM 7.5: two significant modelling enhancements and several new tricks with results One-hour tutorial demo: building an online model from a blank sheet with no basis errors!
Putting colour into the economic analysis of a ‘white-box’ solution: a textbook STEM problem? Hello, new world: results views removed for greater immediacy, impact, flexibility and convenience
Guest presentations: we invite speakers to share their recent modelling experiences Practical challenges for white-box deployment: applying our new refinements for solution migration
The energy-efficient light-bulb moment: an unexpected complication with consumables Future development clinic: drill-down and discovery online, and (one day) editing without an Editor!
GALA DINNER at King’s College Informal meal at Robin’s favourite pizza restaurant

Figure 1: Provisional programme for the STEM User Group Meeting 2015

Formal and more detailed invitations will be sent out in June but you are more than welcome to register in advance. There is no charge for the event itself, but delegates are required to meet their own travel and hotel expenses. Accommodation can be scarce in this popular university town, so book early to avoid disappointment.

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