Huntsville Simulation Conference

Huntsville Simulation Conference (HSC)

Upcoming Conferences:

2010 HSC

26-28 October 2010

Huntsville, AL, USA

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The Huntsville Simulation Conference (HSC) is an annual conference located in Huntsville, Alabama. The city is one of America’s leading simulation hubs with headquarters and branches of most all the large companies with M&S interests. The HSC draws a great deal of local participation, yet still has solid international support. It boasts a large mix of industry, academic and government participation.

HSC is SCS’s only conference to offer classified presentations. Those are typically given on the first day of the conference and admittance to those sessions is limited to U.S. citizens with a clearance level of at least U.S. Secret who have been approved in advance. For more information about these sessions, contact the HSC General Chairman.

Abstracts and papers are accepted only in electronic form. The final unclassified proceedings are available on CD and in print. The HSC seeks technical papers, briefings, tutorials, panel discussions, session organizers and session chairs in a wide range of topic areas.

Participant Forms:

Online Registration Instructions Generic Registration Form
Verification Forms - Student / Retiree
Presentation Guidelines Presentation Lessons Learned
Paper Formatting Guidelines Paper Formatting Templates - Word / LaTeX
Copyright Release Form Author Certification Form
Author Biography Form A/V Request Form
Author Checklist Cancellation & Refund Policy
VISA Request General Inquiries

Join Us:

We are also always looking for good proposals for papers, panels, tutorials, workshops, seminars, exhibits, and social activities. If you have ideas for other presentation, discussion and sponsorship formats, please forward them to the conference General Chair.

We encourage you to consider taking on a leadership role in the conference – it improves the quality of our event and enhances you professionally. To volunteer, contact the HSC General Chair or the SCS office.

Sponsored by The Society for Modeling and Simulation International