Do you need to add simulation to your curriculum?
Teaching simulation to your students will give them a head start when they reach industry. Learn some of the benefits of including simulation as you teach techniques for process improvement.
For more details on any of these topics you can read Justifying Simulation to understand the benefits of simulation.
ProModel Corporation has provided simulation software to academic institutions throughout the US, Canada and the world for over 30 years. We are committed to help faculty members and students learn the importance and techniques necessary to improve organizational productivity using ProModel simulation software products: ProModel, MedModel and Process Simulator.
Note: Information on this page applies to academic software for use in the US and Canada. Professors at institutions in other regions should contact their local ProModel distributor for details about configurations, prices and technical support. Distributor contact details are located on the International page .
Note: You can run ProModel on a Mac computer, BUT, you are required to have a Windows emulator like Parallels. ProModel software was designed and tested only on Windows PCs. We support Windows 10 and up.
Software Only: $35.00 Buy
Available for both ProModel and MedModel, the student package is a limited version of the software, yet it still has many advanced features that allow for building very detailed and complex models. The student package is specifically set up to instruct and train students for professional opportunities and used for trial purposes.
Provides limited capabilities for student usage:
Process Simulator is not available in a student version. Please use the lab package for students.
Publication Announcement: The preliminary version of the fourth edition of Simulation Using ProModel by Biman Ghosh, Royce Bowden, Bruce Gladwin, and Charles Harrell will be published by Cognella Academic Publishing is now available for course use in Fall 2021. The final version will be available in January 2022.
Those interested in adopting the text can reach out to the Cognella adoptions team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 800-200-3908 x503 to place an order with the following details:
Title: Simulation Using ProModel
Authors: Biman Ghosh, Royce Bowden, Bruce Gladwin, Charles Harrell
Term: Fall 2021
When the book is adopted, a posting is created in the Cognella student store specific to that instructor’s course, and the instructor will receive that link.
Some of the changes of this new edition:
New in Version 4:
View a webinar that previews the upcoming release of the Simulation Using ProModel, 4th Edition.
If you would like to be a peer reviewer, please contact one of the authors, Biman Ghosh, at email@example.com.
Simulation Using ProModel,
Simulation Using ProModel covers the art and science of simulation in general and the use of ProModel simulation software in particular. The text blends theory with practice. Actual applications in business, services and manufacturing and a hands-on approach to simulation, including real-world simulation projects, are emphasized.
Missing Lab 4 Models
These files are missing from the student CD. These are needed for the Simulation Using ProModel textbook. You may download them below:
SimRunner 3.0 Student Update - Download the latest update for SimRunner.
Academic Client List
See other schools using ProModel products for academic use.
ProModel Corporation Online Library
Visit this library to see how companies have been successfully implementing simulation in various industries.
Brush up your skills by reviewing pre-recorded refresher training courses covering a variety of topics for ProModel, MedModel and Process Simulator.
Watch these videos to help you get started.
YouTube Videos - ProModel Corporation Channel
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Lean Transformation Webinar
Watch this video that shows an example of using one of our products in a teaching setting. It includes a description of how simulation basics were included in a course for a university operations management course using Process Simulator, a plug in to Microsoft Visio. This professor wanted to introduce the topic but they didn’t have an option for a full course. Perhaps you could include it as an introductory topic in one of your classes?