Consulting in Simulation projects, model and software development,
Stanislaw Raczynski received his master degree (1964) from the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy (AGH, now called Techincal University of Krakow) in Krakow Poland, Electrical Engineering Department, his Ph.D. (1969) and Habilitation degree (1977) from the same Academy, in the area of control theory and optimization methods. In 1964 Dr.Raczynski joined the Institute for Automatics and Industrial Electronics of the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow. From 1971 through 1972, he was head of the Computer Center of the AGH. Between 1973 and 1976 he worked as a researcher in the International Research Group in Moscow, USSR (located in the Institute for Control Problems of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR). The research area was operations research and computer simulation. In 1976 Dr.Raczynski became head of the Systems Analysis Group at the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy in Krakow. From 1980 through 1983 he participated in the activities of the European Workshop on Industrial Computer Systems. Between 1983 and 1986 he was a visiting professor of the National University of Mexico. In 1986 Dr.Raczynski joined the Panamericana University in Mexico City, Engineering Department. His didactic activities include courses on control theory, electronics and computer simulation.
Between 1996 and 2000 and then between 2002 and 2004 Dr. Raczynski was the International Director of The Society for Computer Simulation. In 2003-2004 he is the international co-director of the McLeod Institute for Simulation Sciences (part of The Society for Computer Simulation in San Diego, California). Since 1996 he is a member of the National System of Researchers of Mexico. Between 1994 and 2003 Dr. Raczynski was the director of the Mexican Center of the McLeod Institute of Simulation Sciences. He wrote two books on computer simulation and has more than 70 articles and papers published in professional journals and conference proceedings.
Dr. Raczynski has 30 years of didactic experience gathered in Poland, Russia and Mexico. As a consultant he offers short intensive courses on computer simulation (in English, Spanish, Russian or Polish).
ORCID id: orcid.org/0000-0003-1501-4205
* Influence of the gregarious instinct and. Journal of Human, Taylor & Francis Group, , URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10911359.2017.1388758, DOI: 10.1080/10911359.2017.1388758 , ISBN/ISSN ISSN: 1091-1359
* Semi-discrete events with fuzzy logic. Journal of Simulation, The OR Society , Palgrave macmillan, 2017; , ISBN/ISSN ISSN: 0953-5543.
* Why a jetliner vibrates during takeoff: simulating air oscillations under the wing. International Journal of Aerodynamics , Inderscience Publishers, 2016; 5:2:125-132, DOI: 10.1504/IJAD.2016.10001540.
* Agents and Events: the Objective of Action, Finite Event Duration, and Fuzzy Logic. International Journal on Information Technology , Praise Worthy Prize, 2015; 3:2:34, ISBN/ISSN ISSN: 2281-2911.
* Differential inclusion approach to the stock market dynamics and uncertainty. Economy Computing Optimization Risks Finance Administration Net Business 2015; 1:1:58-65, ISBN/ISSN 2444-3204.
* A Market Model: Uncertainty and Reachable Sets. International Journal for Simulation and Multidisciplinary Design Optimization , EDP Sciences, 2015; 6:A2, URL: http://www.ijsmdo.org/articles/smdo/abs/2015/01/smdo140008/smdo140008.html , ISBN/ISSN (Electronic Edition): 1779-6288.
* Simulation and optimization in marketing: optimal control of consumer goodwill, price and investment. International Journal of Modeling, Simulation, and Scientific Computing , World Scientific Publishing Company, 2014; 5:3.
* Simulating self-organization and interference between certain hierarchical structures. Nonlinear Dynamics Psychology and Life Sciences , Human Sciences Press, 2014; 18:4:419-434, ISBN/ISSN 1090-0578.
* Semi-discrete events and models in categorical language. International Journal of Simulation Modelling 2012; 11:2:77-88.
* Uncertainty, dualism and inverse reachable sets. International Journal of Simulation Modelling 2011; 10:1:38-45, ISBN/ISSN 1726-4529.
* Determination of attainable regions in ship maneuvers: an application of differential inclusions to the modeling of ship dynamics. Journal of Marine Science and Technology , Springer Verlag, 2007; 12:1.
* A Self-destruction Game. Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics, Psychology and Life Sciences 2006; 10:4:471-483, ISBN/ISSN 1090-0578.
* Continuous simulation, differential inclusions, uncertainty and traveling in time. Transactions fo the Society for Computer Simulation Int. , SCS, 2004; 80:2:87-97.
* Simulation of the Dynamic Interactions Between Terror and Anti-Terror Organizational Structures. The Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 2004; 7:2, ISBN/ISSN 1460-7425.
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Modeling and Simulation: Computer Science of Illusion
The service includes both modeling and simulation for continuous, as well as discrete or object-based simulation. This includes the complete, stand-alone simulation program (*.exe) developed due to the customer requirements. As modeling and simulation is a multidisciplinary tool, we can simulate problems from engineering, science, medicine, social sciences, queuing and manufacturing and many others.