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The Virtual Factory Lab was established in 1995 with a major grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation. Today it is the ISyE home for model based systems engineering applied to discrete event logistics systems. Recent and current sponsored projects in the VFL use a state of the art systems modeling language, model transformation technology, and commercial off-the-shelf OR tools for optimization, simulation, and statistical analysis to develop design and operational decision support for warehouses, factories, and global supply chains. The lab not only engages several ISyE faculty, graduate students and post-docs, it also collaborates closely in sytems modeling, design, and optimization research with other units on campus, including Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, the Manufacturing Research Center, and the Tennenbaum Institute.

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