Military Modeling and Simulation Symposium (MMS'06)

Part of the 2006 Spring Simulation Multiconference (SpringSim'06)

Sponsored by:
The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS)

April 2 - 6, 2006

Von Braun Center
Holiday Inn Select, Huntsville Downtown
Huntsville, AL

 DEADLINE EXTENDED TO NOV. 30th 

The 2006 Military Modeling and Simulation Symposium will continue a series of annual spring symposiums devoted to the full breadth of modeling and simulation in the military domain. This symposium, like the others in the Spring Simulation Multiconference, is a place for networking, discussions, and exchange of information with colleagues in your field and in other related fields. It also provides an international forum for acquiring unpublished public information on the latest technologies.  The symposium organizers welcome papers on any aspect of military modeling and simulation.

Plenary Speaker:

John R. "Buck" Surdu, Program Manager, OneSAF    BIO

 

Proposed Tracks / Areas of Interest

The tracks listed below suggest areas of recent interest, but the organizers will happily include new topics.
   

Military-Entertainment Convergence
Track Chair: George Juntiff

Serious Games

Simulation and Visualization

2D and 3D visualization of simulations

Advanced Concepts and Requirements

Simulation of new concepts
Requirements development
Predicted impacts of technology integration
Intelligent systems simulation

Entity and System Modeling and Behaviors

Human performance modeling
Entity behaviors
Computer generated forces
Agent-based combat modeling

Research, Development, and Acquisition

Design, development, and acquisition for new weapons systems and equipment
Simulation and modeling for acquisition, requirements, and training (SMART)
Simulation-based acquisition
RDT&E Security

Domains (Sea, Land, Air, and Space)

Synthetic environments / virtual realities
Surface and sub-surface warfare
Avionics, flight control, flight simulation
Unmanned aerial vehicles
Simulation & control of spacecraft

Training, Exercises, and Military Operations

Simulations in training
Simulation / exercise integration
Mission Planning & Rehearsal
Embedded training
Assessment

Operations and Command and Control

Battle field / battle theater simulation
Simulation during operations
C4I simulation
Counterforce operations
Airspace management

Physical Modeling and Effects

Lethality, vulnerability & survivability
Impact and penetration modeling
Computational fluid and molecular dynamics
Structural and solid mechanics modeling
Ballistics & propellant simulation

Military Networking

Network modeling and simulation
Network-centric warfare
Information assurance modeling and simulation
Simulations and the Global Information Grid

New Tracks and / or Sessions

If you'd like to propose and run a track for the MMS symposium, or a session (generally 3 or 4 papers in a 90 minute session) within a track, please contact John M. D. Hill.

Key Dates

Full Paper Submission due   November 30, 2005
Notification of Acceptance / Rejection sent   December 21, 2005
Final Paper due   January 11, 2006

Submission Formatting

The formatting guidelines for submissions can be found here.

Draft papers or extended abstracts should be submitted to the SCS Conference Proceedings Management System by November 2, 2005.

All papers should be anonymous for blind review; the author(s) name(s) and contact information will be associated with the paper in the online submission system.
 

Program Committee

John M. D. Hill, U.S. Military Academy
Timothy Nix, U.S. Army
George Juntiff, BreakAway Ltd.

Sponsored by The Society for Modeling and Simulation International
P.O. Box 17900
San Diego, California 92177
Phone 858-277-3888
Fax 858-277-3930
E-mail scs@scs.org

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