[Om-announce] [simu-conf] EAIA 2011 - Call for Papers
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Call for Papers
Emerging Applications of M&S in Industry and Academia (EAIA'11) Symposium
The Symposium for Emerging Applications of Modeling and Simulation (M&S) in
Industry and Academia (EAIA) has evolved into a hub for new ideas and
successful applications thereof. The focus is on innovative applications of
M&S in theory and practice. As such, we are looking for papers that show
successful and promising trends. For 2011, we offer seven topic categories
plus the "Other Emerging Application" category to be able to give a home to
good papers that do not fit into the other categories. For more information
on the tracks click on the hyperlinked names of the tracks.
* M&S and Education <http://scs.org/node/248> will continue to look how M&S
can be used to enrich education, ranging from public education in middle and
high schools over colleges and universities to education of the work force.
* M&S and Engineering <http://scs.org/node/249> has its focus on
engineering applications of M&S as well as applying engineering methods to
M&S. This includes new engineering management efforts, such as Scrum for
M&S, or applying M&S as a Green Technology.
* Business and Industry Simulation Applications <http://scs.org/node/253>
shows "where the rubber meets the road." Where is M&S really making a
difference in Industry? How can we optimize processes and businesses using
new methods that combine M&S and heuristics?
* M&S and Risk Management <http://scs.org/node/251> is looking for
contributions regarding theory and application of supporting Risk Management
with the full spectrum of M&S.
* M&S and Philosophy <http://scs.org/node/250> is a new topic for EAIA, but
as M&S grows as its own discipline, it is time to address some philosophical
questions, including the question of how M&S is influenced and influences
Philosophy and our understanding of what we understand.
* M&S and Law Enforcement <http://scs.org/node/252> is starting to become a
new application domain. The objective is to give a home to papers that
evaluate the potential and applicability of the whole M&S spectrum to
support law enforcement in training, analysis, and operations.
* M&S Technology Transition <http://scs.org/node/247> is a contemporary
interest to avoid the frequent loss of great ideas between R&D and
distribution organizations. We are looking for lessons learned and methods
derived to enable knowledge transfer.
* Other Emerging Applications is interested other innovative applications of
M&S in theory and practice.
Formatting guidelines and author instructions are available at
http://www.scs.org/conferences <http://www.scs.org/conferences> . Papers
should be submitted electronically to http://www.softconf.com/scs/EAIA11
<http://www.softconf.com/scs/EAIA11> . All papers will be subject to a
peer-reviewing process by three program committee members. (Please see the
key dates listed below) Final Paper Submission Guidelines All prospective
authors, whose papers are accepted for inclusion in the program, will be
invited to submit their position or technical papers to ADS'11. Accepted and
registered papers will be published in the conference proceedings by the
SCS, and archived in the ACM Digital Library. The committee will select a
set of best papers. Authors of these papers will be encouraged to submit
appropriately expanded versions of these papers for journal publication.
Manuscript submission January 7, 2011
Notification of acceptance January 31, 2011
Full Camera-ready papers March 1, 2011
* Dr. Andreas Tolk <mailto:atolk at odu.edu>
Old Dominion University <http://www.odu.edu/> , USA
EAIA'11 is part of the 2011 Spring Simulation Multiconference
(SpringSim'11); April 4 - 9, 2011; Boston Marriott Long Wharf Hotel; Boston,
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