Call for Abstracts is now open!
We are pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for MODSIM World 2022, to be held from May 9 – 11, 2022, at the Hilton Norfolk The Main in Norfolk, VA.
This year’s conference will bring together leaders in the Modeling and Simulation field focused on novel M&S applications and practices targeted at preparing for a rapidly changing future. This unique, multi-disciplinary, and international conference and exposition features three presentation tracks, focusing on M&S communities of practice: Industry, Community, and Security. There are topic areas that transcend across these main tracks that include Training, Education, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Extended Reality, Gamification, and Visualizations.
INDUSTRY: The advancement of M&S within industry applications improves processes, outcomes, facilities, and equipment for the future of manufacturing, engineering, and infrastructure development. This track seeks papers focused on innovative M&S approaches and solutions that are rapidly moving the industry forward.
COMMUNITY: From health sciences and academics to social and environmental innovations, M&S is helping to transform all aspects of our current and future communities. This track seeks papers that discuss the application of pioneering concepts, methods, and technologies to enhance the application of M&S for the benefit of the greater community.
SECURITY: M&S is critical to the acceleration of our national and international defense and security. To maintain a competitive edge, M&S facilitates rapid assessment and implementation of security protocols, practices, and procedures. This track seeks papers focused on expanding technologies and approaches in M&S to advance all levels of security.
MODSIM World Tracks & Topic Areas
Please submit your abstract to one of the following MODSIM World conference tracks:
|National & International Defense
State & Local Public Safety
|Health Systems & Services
Entertainment & Arts
Travel & Tourism
Abstract Submission Guidelines
Abstracts of up to 250 words in length must be submitted by October 15, 2021, and must include the following:
- Concise and descriptive title and each author’s affiliation(s)
- Short statement of the main point(s)
- Methodology (for experimental and survey work)
- Scope of the work
- Submission track and any associated topic areas (if none of the listed topic areas address your submission, please provide one)
To submit an abstract, please follow the submission instructions available at MODSIMWorld.org/Submissions
|Julian Abich IV
||Deputy Program Chair