WSC is incredibly excited to announce that the Winter Simulation conference is going virtual for 2020. This virtual-only format will allow us to safely serve our attendees, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues its widespread impact without any clear timeline for when it will be safe for large groups to be together, the decision to go virtual was made keeping everyone’s safety as the top priority. In a virtual format, the conference will be spread across 5 days, instead of the typical 3 day format. More details are to come.
This change in format brings some exciting new possibilities and the conference committee is working diligently to bring together a program and virtual experience that you can enjoy from the comfort and safety of your home or workplace. They are going to be using an established and proven online platform to host the event that will allow attendees to watch both recorded and live presentations from speakers, network with other simulation professionals, visit a virtual exhibitor section, attend user group meetings and participate in live Q/As.
The conference committee is very excited about moving the conference to this online platform because we believe you’ll be able to see more presentations and experience more of the conference than in past years. Updated registration fees so please stay tuned to the conference site for up to date information and announcements here.
The deadline to submit to the Commercial Case Studies track, COVID-19 Case Studies track, Poster session, PhD colloquium and Professional Development track is now September 28th.
2021 International Conference on Bond Graph Modeling and Simulation (ICBGM’21) Hacienda Hotel, San Diego, California | June 14 – 16, 2021
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The 2021 International Conference on Bond Graph Modeling and Simulation brings together research paper presentations, panel sessions, tutorials, workshops, seminars, industrial applications, and software demonstrations that use Bond Graph modeling methods. There will be also featured plenary speakers and some special invited presentations. This conference will focus on Bond Graph modeling techniques for dynamic systems. Theoretical principles for electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and control system applications will be presented. Leading industrial users of the method in automotive, aircraft, fluid power, kinematics, multibody systems, and social and biological systems have been invited. Research papers are welcome in the following categories of presentation.