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the following opportunity to submit and publish original scientific


============== SIMUL 2009 | Call for Papers ===============


SIMUL 2009: The First International Conference on Advances in System

September 20-25, 2009 - Porto, Portugal

General page:

Call for Papers:

Submission deadline: April 20, 2009

Technically Co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society - Portugal Chapter

Sponsored by IARIA,

Submissions will be peer-reviewed, published by IEEE CPS, posted in IEEE
Digital Library, and indexed with the major indexes.

Extended versions of selected papers will be published in IARIA Journals:

Please note the Poster Forum and Work in Progress track.

The topics suggested by the conference can be discussed in term of
concepts, state of the art, research, standards, implementations, running
experiments, applications, and industrial case studies. Authors are
invited to submit complete unpublished papers, which are not under review
in any other conference or journal in the following, but not limited to,
topic areas.

All tracks are open to both research and industry contributions, in terms
of Regular papers, Posters, Work in progress, Technical/marketing/business
presentations, Demos, Tutorials, and Panels.

SIMUL 2009 Tracks (submission details: see CfP on the site)

- Simulation models

Monte Carlo simulation; Statistical analysis of simulation output;
Analytical simulation modeling; Discrete event simulation models; Credible
simulation models; Multi-objective simulation models; Multisimulation with
multiresolution, multistage multimodels; Verification and validation of
simulation models; Simulation metamodels; Executable simulation models;
Emulation models; Regression models and experimental designs; Kriging
metamodeling; Kriging metamodeling in discrete-event simulation; Kriging
modeling for global approximation

- Simulation methodologies

Sensitivity analysis; Rare-event simulation methodology; Agent-based
modeling and simulation; Regenerative steady-state simulation;
Simulation-based ordinal optimization; Ontology-based simulation
methodology; Simulation component reuse methodology; Two-level simulation
methodology; Emulation methodologies; System adaptation simulation;
Simulation methodologies for autonomic and autonomous systems; Virtual
reality simulation methodologies; Virtualization simulation; Construction
simulation methodologies

- Simulation mechanisms

Composing simulation models; Reusable simulation model; Uncertainty
simulation; Continuous-variable simulation optimization; Approximate
zero-variance simulation; Probabilistic processes for simulation;
Progressive model fitting; Steady-state simulations with initial
transients; Merging simulation and optimization; Simulation optimization,
stochastic programming and robust optimization; Overlapping variance
estimators; Kriging interpolation in simulation; Kriging versus regression
analysis; Interpolation; Random simulation; Prediction and simulation;
Interpolation /Kriging, Cokriging, Conditional Simulation, and Inverse
Distance Weighting/

- Distributed simulation

Large-scale simulation experiments; Industrial scale simulation; Time
aspects in distributed simulation; Resource constraints in distributed
simulation; Distributed disaster decision simulation; Simulation for rapid
assessment of distributed impacts; Parallel and distributed simulation

- Human-in simulation

User-in-the-middle simulations; User-feedback in simulations;
User-adaptive simulations; Bioterrorism preparedness simulation;
Probabilistic risk assessment; Measurement of situation awareness

- Simulations in advanced environments

Simulation in Virtualized systems; Simulation in Cloud environments;
Simulations in GRID environments; Simulation in Cognitive systems;
Simulation in P2P systems; Simulation in Data Centers; Simulation in Power
Distribution Centers; Simulation in micro- and nano-systems; Simulation in
Geospatial systems; Geostatistics simulation; Spatial simulation;
Simulation in Self-Adaptable systems; Simulation in Ubiquitous systems;
Simulation in Underwater Vehicular and Communications systems; Simulations
in Mobile and Vehicular systems; Simulation in eHealth systems

- Practical applications on process simulations

Uncertainty in industrial practice; Simulation for business planning;
Application to finance; Logistics simulation; Supply chain simulation;
Software reliability simulation; Simulation in vehicular systems
/avionics, satellites, terrestrial/; Simulation models for manufacturing;
Climate and weather-related simulations; Biological system simulation;
Chemical system simulation; Commercial simulation environments; Healthcare
simulation; Hospital planning; Simulation-based scheduling; Simulation in
warehouse operations; Manufacturing simulation interoperability;
Telecommunications simulations /reliability, queuing, fault spreading,
virus contamination/; Cyber-attack modeling and simulation; Sensor fusion

- Case studies on social simulation

Group-work interaction simulation; Behavior analysis in simulations;
Social need simulations; Simulating urban open spaces; Social decision
simulation; Real-time decision making simulation; e-Polling simulation;
Validation of simulated real-world; Simulation to predict market behavior;
Predictions via similarity-based data-mining; Simulation of groups in
e-Government systems; Simulation on urban mobility

- Simulation tools and platforms

Discrete-event simulation software; Commercial off-the-shelf simulation
package interoperability; Ontology-based tools for simulation integration;
Simulation frameworks for energy-efficient systems; Public system
applications; Simulators for business planning; Simulation tools for
systems biology; Simulation tools for constructions /bridges, railways,
industrial buildings, subways

- Experience report on ready-to-use tools

ShowFlow and XJ technologies; Rockwell Automation and Frontline Systems;
SIMULE-Planner, AutoMOD; PMC-Kanban Simulator, Program Portfolio Simulator
and Asprova Scheduler; 3D simulator tool-kits; Wolverine Software-SLX;
OPNET; OMNET++; NIIST; NS-2; NS-3; ATDI ICS; Qualnet; Dymola;
Matlab/Simulink; Open source tools


SIMUL Advisory Chairs

Petre Dini, Cisco Systems, Inc., USA / Concordia University, Canada

Jack P.C. Kleijnen, Tilburg University (UvT), The Netherlands,

Guodong Shao, National Institute of Standards and Technology-Gaithersburg,

Henry Wynn, London School of Economics, UK

Andrea Saltelli, European Commission/Joint Research Centre-Ispra, Italy

SIMUL 2009 Research-Industry Chairs

Jan Curín, IBM Research, Prague, Czech Republic

Robert de Souza, The Logistics Institute - Asia Pacific, Singapore

Ann Dunkin, Hewlett-Packard, USA

Tejas R. Gandhi, Virtua Health-Marlton, USA

SIMUL 2009 Program Committee Chairs

William E. Biles, University of Louisville, USA

Ken Hawick, Massey University - Albany, New Zealand

Lars Mönch, University of Hagen, Germany

Committee members


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