Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)
Humans, Societies and Artificial Agents (HSA)
Saikou Diallo and Nathalie Pinede
Modeling and Simulation in Aerospace (AeroSim)
Simulation in the System Design Flow (SDF)
Modeling and Simulation as a Service (MSaaS)
Andrea D’Ambrogio and Paolo Bocciarelli
Grand Challenges in Modeling and Simulation (GC)
Emergency Modeling and Simulation (EMS)
Francesco Longo and Letizia Nicoletti
Josué Pagán Ortiz
Work in Progress (WIP)
We invite you to submit a proposal for highly-interactive workshops on research topics of interest to SummerSim’20 attendees. Accepted workshop papers will be published in a separate proceedings.
Presenter: Nguyen Thuy
Abstract: Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) is often associated with modelling languages like SysML that rely in large part on natural language or on semi-formal notations. This means that the resulting models have limited potential for simulation and analysis. The objective of the SIM4MBSE workshop is to share ideas and experiences on how simulation can support and complement MBSE, bringing its benefits far beyond what modelling alone can achieve. Other topics of interest are requirements engineering, requirements validation, verification of solutions, digital twins, support for operation, and more generally, coverage of the complete system lifecycle.
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Title: Digital Twin
Presenters: Mamadou Traorè and Hans Vangheluwe
Abstract: The workshop will explore the Digital Twin technology under different angles, starting from the design of the Digital Twin itself, to its application in systems design and management. Topics of interest include and are not limited to:
Title: Strategic Decision Making
Presenter: Agostino Bruzzone
Abstract: The half day Workshop on “Strategic Decision Making” encourages to submit papers on the use of Modeling and Simulation, in combination with Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Agents and Data Analytics tools and techniques, for supporting Strategic Decisions. The idea is to present innovative solutions in terms of architectures, new models and solutions. This Workshop focuses on creating a working experience on these innovative frameworks respect a wide spectrum of applications from Business to Industry, from Defense to Homeland Security, from Oil & Gas to Public Services.
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Title: Modeling and Simulation by Converging HPC & Big Data (MoSCo)
Presenter: Jose F. Tirado Fernández
Abstract: The HPC world demands Big Data world techniques, while intensive data analysis requires HPC solutions. However, the tools and cultures of HPC and Big Data have diverged because HPC has traditionally focused on strongly coupled intensive computing problems, while Big Data has been geared towards data analysis in highly scalable applications. The overall goal of this workshop is to join the community working on improving the integration of the HPC and Big Data paradigms, providing a convenient way to create software and to adapt existing hardware and software intensive in computing and data on a HPC platform for the purpose of simulation and modelling.
For all submissions, unless noted otherwise in their guidelines, go to: https://www.softconf.com/sim/SummerSim20/
Authors of accepted papers are expected to attend the conference, present their work to their peers, transfer copyright, and pay a conference registration fee at the time their camera-ready paper is submitted. Conference proceedings may be be submitted to the ACM Digital Library, for archiving and indexed in DBLP and SCOPUS. Some exceptions apply.
General Technical Papers
Original, high-quality technical papers are solicited for review, possible presentation and subsequent publication in the conference proceedings. Papers are max 12 pages long with single column format (see author’s kit at https://scs.org/authorskit). 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 SummerSim’20 review process.
All submissions will be peer reviewed by a minimum of 3 reviewers and feedback will be provided. Authors of papers accepted for the SummerSim’20 Conference are expected to attend the conference, present their work to their peers, transfer copyright, and pay a conference registration fee at the time their camera-ready paper is submitted.
Tutorial proposals should be two pages in length. Interested authors are invited to submit an accompanying optional paper: maximum of 12 pages long, with a minimum of five pages, with single column format.
In addition, we welcome submissions of the following types of contributions and/or proposals:
All presented work will be available to conference attendees electronically.
Regular Registration | *Before June 13, 2020
Late Registration | *June 14, 2020 thereafter
Facultad de Informática
C/Prof. José García Santesmases, 9
28040 Madrid, Spain
The conference will take place at the Complutense University of Madrid (Universidad Complutense de Madrid – UCM), which is the largest University of Spain. It is built around a privileged and beautiful green location in the western area of Madrid on several campuses.
Arriving to University of Madrid
Madrid can be reached from most international and national destinations by airplane landing at “Adolfo Súarez Madrid-Barajas” airport (MAD).
From Adolfo Súarez Madrid-Barajas Airport to DS-RT Conference Site
Madrid airport disposes of public taxis distributed over all airport terminals. The price for a taxi ride from the airport to the centre of Madrid is a flat rate of 30€ one-way. The luggage is included for any tariffs that apply.
There is a metro line from the airport to Madrid city: Metro Line 8 Nuevos Ministerios-Aeropuerto T4. The line has two metro stations at the airport: Aeropuerto T1-T2-T3 and Aeropuerto T4 station.
From Nuevos Ministerios to Ciudad Universitaria (conference site) take Line 6 as shown in the following instructions
From Nuevos Ministerios Station to others destinations, please visit the webpage of www.metromadrid.es/en. MetroMadrid opens at 6.05 a.m. to 1.30 a.m. The route to the airport since the beginning of the Metro Line 8 (Nuevos Ministerios) takes approx. 15 minutes to the T1-T2-T3 metro station (first stop at the airport), and takes 5 minutes more until the second metro station at the airport (the last stop), at the terminal T4. Between metro stations “Aeropuerto T1 T2 T3” and “Aeropuerto T4” there is a metro station called “Barajas”. This metro station is in the town Barajas, not in the airport.
Urban Buses at Airport Terminal
For a list of urban and intercity bus lines arriving to Madrid Barajas airport from Madrid city centre and surroundings, as well as bus lines, leaving from the airport in direction to the city centre, fairgrounds, main transfer stations and, neighboring towns and other provincial capitals visit the webpage of http://www.aena.es/, http://www.aerepuertomadrid-barajas.com/, or http://www.emtmadrid.es/. There are bus stops at all terminals, but not all the lines stop at all terminals.
The line 203 or Exprés Aeropuerto (Airport express) is the express line connecting the Atocha train station and the airport of Madrid-Barajas. The bus runs 24 hours 365 days a year and the ticket fare is 5€.
Atocha bus stop (beginning/end of route) works only in daytime, 6:00 am to 23:30 pm. Overnight, bus stop beginning/end of route is in central Madrid (Cibeles), and the bus is renamed as N27 Exprés Aeropuerto. Runs every 15-20 minutes during daytime (6:00h to 23:30h) and every 35 minutes at overnight (23:30h to 6:00h).
Atocha – terminal T1 takes around 30 minutes in normal traffic conditions. Bus stops: Terminal T1 floor 0, Arrivals area. Terminal T1 floor 1, Departures area.
Atocha – terminal T2 takes around 35 minutes in normal traffic conditions. Bus stops: Terminal T2 floor 0, Arrivals area. Terminal T2 floor 2, Departures area
Atocha – terminal T4 takes around 40 minutes in normal traffic conditions. Bus stops: Terminal T4 floor 0, Arrivals area.
From Atocha Station to Ciudad Universitaria (conference site) take MetroMadrid following these instructions.
By Train (Valid only for Terminal 4)
The Spanish railway company RENFE, connects Madrid with the Madrid Barajas airport through the local train network service “Cercanías” C1 line.
The train station is only on the terminal T4 floor -1, and is called Aeropuerto T4. To move to the other terminals there is a shuttle bus service connecting the terminals.
Estimated travel time from each train station to the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport:
Single ticket is 2,60 € and round-trip ticket is 5,20. The first train with destination to T4 Airport leaves at 6.02 hours from Príncipe Pío (Madrid), and the last leaves at 02.33 hours.
There are no room blocks reserved for the hotels listed below.
AC Hotel by Marriott Los Vascos
Los Vascos, 27, 28040 Madrid, Spain
Ph: +34 915 98 62 20
Calle del Aviador Zorita, 34, 28020 Madrid, Spain
Ph: +34 915 53 59 00
Hotel Eurostars Monte Real
Calle de Arroyofresno, 17, 28035 Madrid, Spain
Ph: +34 917 36 52 73
Hotel Exe Moncloa
Calle Arcipreste de Hita, 10, 28015 Madrid, Spain
Ph: +34 917 45 92 99
Meliá Madrid Princesa
Calle de la Princesa, 27, 28008 Madrid, Spain
Ph: +34 912 76 47 47