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Call for papers (3,5 Mb)
Leaflet (3 Mb)
Poster (8 Mb)
For special sessions organisers (85 kb)
Eurosim2007.pps (7,7 Mb)


Scope and topics

Topics of interest

The scope includes all aspects of continuous, discrete (event) and hybrid modelling, simulation, identification and optimisation approaches. So the common denominator is problems solving with modelling and simulation in a way that can be useful also for solving other problems in similar or different areas.

M&S Methods and Technologies:
M&S Applications:
T 100 complex systems
T 101 large scale systems
T 102 distributed systems
T 103 hierarchical system
T 148 hybrid systems
T 104 stochastic systems
T 105 control systems
T 106 expert systems
T 107 adaptive systems
T 108 fuzzy systems
T 109 multivariable systems
T 110 decision support systems
T 111 knowledge based systems
T 112 real time systems
T 113 queuing systems
T 114 multiagent  systems
T 115 reconfigurable systems
T 116 agent based systems
T 117 scheduling
T 118 parallel processing concepts
T 119 high performance computing
T 120 system architectures for M&S
T 121 neural networks
T 122 genetic algorithms
T 123 simulation life cycle evolution
T 124 man-in-the-loop simulation
T 125 hardware-in-the loop simulation
T 149 nested simulation models
T 150 distributed enterprise simulation
T 126 bond graphs
T 127 Petri nets simulation
T 128 discrete event simulation
T 129 WEB based simulation
T 130 model validation and verification
T 131 statistic modelling
T 132 component based modelling
T 133 object oriented modelling
T 134 mathematical/numerical methods in simulation
T 135 graphical modelling
T 136 nano technology modelling
T 137 embedded and firmware modelling
T 138 middleware architecture modelling
T 139 visualization
T 140 data mining
T 141 graphics and animation
T 142 modelling and simulation tools
T 143 human behaviour representation techniques
T 144 virtual reality and virtual environments
T 146 experiential digital media 
T 147 future of M&S
T 200 aerospace
T 201 agriculture
T 202 applied chemistry
T 203 applied psychology
T 204 architecture
T 205 automotive systems and transportation
T 206 bioinformatics
T 207 biomedicine
T 208 biopharmacy
T 209 business 
T 210 civil engineering
T 211 communications
T 212 ecological and environmental systems
T 213 econometrics
T 214 economics
T 215 economics of M&S
T 216 education
T 217 electrical engineering
T 218 energetics
T 219 genomics 
T 220 geophysical systems
T 221 industrial processes
T 222 logistics
T 223 maintenance
T 224 manufacturing systems
T 225 marine systems
T 226 materials M&S
T 227 mechanical engineering
T 228 mechatronics
T 229 medical technology
T 230 meteorology / climate
T 231 military systems
T 232 mobile robotics
T 233 organizational processes
T 234 power systems
T 235 process engineering
T 236 reliability
T 237 robotics
T 238 seismism
T 239 social sciences
T 240 traffic/transportation
T 241 training simulators
T 242 water management and treatment
T 243 systems biology
T 244 pulp & paper
T 245 computational fluid dynamics
T 246 supply chains
T 247 plant data management
T 248 plant lifecycle management


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