Dear colleagues from the Society for Modeling and Simulation, At Universiy of Agder (in Norway, Europe), we are looking for a PhD Research Fellow in Mathematics Education for the LaSiRA project (Learning about Simulations as […]
Some exciting updates and changes have been taking place for SCS Conferences. Here are a few things we’d like to share with you: New Author’s Kit: SCS has developed a new Author’s Kit which has […]
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