Pieter J. Mosterman, Chief Research Scientist and Director, MathWorks Advanced Research & Technology Office (MARTO) and Adjunct Professor, McGill University
Preliminary Topic: A Changing Technology Landscape With Value Drivers for Modeling & Simulation
Professor Benoit Montreuil, Coca-Cola Chair in Material Handling and Distribution Director, Physical Internet Center Director, Supply Chain & Logistics Institute ISYE School, Georgia Tech
Vice-General Chair: Gregory Zacharewicz, University of Bordeaux, France
Program Chair: Andrea D’Ambrogio, University of Rome Tor Vergata, Italy
Proceedings Chair: Deniz Cetinkaya, Atilim University, Turkey
Proceedings Co-Chair: Marina Zapater, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain
Sponsorship Chair: Saikou Diallo, Old Dominion University, USA
Awards Chair: Navonil Mustafee, University of Exeter, UK
Tutorial Chair: Umut Durak, German Aerospace Center, Germany
Publicity Chair: Andrew Collins, Old Dominion University, USA
Communications and Networking Symposium (CNS)
High Performance Computing Symposimu (HPC)
Theory of Modeling and Simulation (TMS/DEVS)
Agent-Directed Simulation (ADS)
Modeling and Simulation of Complexity in Intelligent, Adaptive and Autonomous Systems (MSCIAAS)
Modeling and Simulation in Medicine (MSM)
Model-driven Approaches for Simulation Engineering (Mod4Sim)
Poster Session and Student Colloquium Track
Student M&S Demo Session
We have compiled a list of hotels in the Convention Center area as there is no official conference hotel. Please note that these are only a few suggestions – we would advise that you do your own research to ensure that all your requirements are met. Please contact the hotels directly with any booking or rate questions.
Virginia Beach’s home on the Mid-Atlantic coastline makes it an easily accessible location for attendees. Within a day’s drive of half the country’s population and right down the road from Norfolk International Airport, major train stations and seaports, Virginia Beach has all the tools to make your arrival and departure simpler than ever.
ARRIVING TO THE CONVENTION CENTER BY CAR
From the North or West
Take I-95 South to I-64 East across the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel to I-264 East. As you approach the end of I-264 you will see the Virginia Beach Convention Center on the right-hand side. At the first light, turn right onto Parks Avenue and then the next right onto 19th Street. The main entrance will be on your right, with parking on both sides of 19th Street.
From Points North (ex. New York, New Jersey, Maryland, etc…)
Take Route 13 via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge tunnel. Once past the tunnel, take Route 60 (Shore Drive) to Atlantic Avenue. Follow Atlantic Avenue south through the resort and turn right onto 19th Street. Continue on 19th Street for 8 blocks and the main entrance to the Virginia Beach Convention Center will be visible on your right, with parking on both sides of 19th Street.
From the South
Convenient routes include I-85, I-95, US 13 and US 17. Each of these routes intersect with US 58. Follow US 58 East to I-64 West and then to I-264 East. As you approach the end of I-264 you will see the Virginia Beach Convention Center on the right-hand side. At the first light, turn right onto Parks Avenue and then the next right onto 19th Street. The main entrance will be on your right, with parking on both sides of 19th Street.
Live in Hampton Roads?
Take I-264 East toward the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. At the end of the interstate, make a right at the first light onto Parks Avenue. Take the next right onto 19th street. The main entrance will be on your right. Our parking lots also are accessible from the 1000 block of Virginia Beach Blvd.
ARRIVING TO THE CONVENTION CENTER BY PLANE
Just 20 minutes from the Virginia Beach Convention Center, Norfolk International Airport (ORF) services the Virginia Beach area with over 200 flights daily. With flights offered by most US carriers including discount airlines, Norfolk International offers direct and non-stop flights that connect delegates worldwide.
Driving Directions from the Airport
As you leave the Norfolk International Airport (ORF), you will be on Norview Avenue. Stay in the right lane until you reach I-64 East. From I-64 East take the I-264 East exit towards the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. As you approach the end of I-264, you will see the Virginia Beach Convention Center on the right-hand side. At the first light, turn right onto Parks Avenue and then the next right onto 19th Street. The main entrance will be on your right, with parking on both sides of 19th Street.
Abstract Submission: October 15, 2016*
Abstract Submission for Demo: February 20, 2017
Abstract Feedback: October 30, 2016
Full paper submission: January 9, 2017 (Extended)
Notification of Acceptance: January 31, 2017
Camera-ready Paper: February 20, 2017
*Abstract not mandatory but feedback will be provided if submitted
Original and high-quality technical papers are solicited for review, possible presentation and subsequent publication in the conference proceedings. For further instructions, please refer to the Submission Instructions in the SCS Conference Proceedings Management System web site. Contributed papers should be 8 pages long. They will be peer reviewed and – if accepted and presented at the conference – submitted to the ACM Digital Library. Papers must not have appeared before (or be pending) in a journal or conference with published proceedings, nor may they be under review or submitted to another forum during SpringSim’17 review process. At least one author of an accepted paper must register for the symposium and must present the paper at the symposium. For author guidelines on how to submit a paper, click here.