2017 AlaSim International Conference
Call for Participation
The 2017 AlaSim Conference is calling for participation of speakers, panelists, instructors, sponsors, and exhibitors. See and be seen; hear and be heard; instruct and learn about the latest science and technology of modeling and simulation. The conference is currently planned for October 25, 2017, in Huntsville, Alabama. We fully expect the 2017 conference to provide value for everyone that attendes.
Call for Briefings
For the 2017 technical program, AlaSim is soliciting abstracts for briefings on in-progress, planned, and completed modeling and simulation projects. Abstracts are reviewed by the conference committee for inclusion in the final program. Authors are asked and expected to pre-register and present their work at the conference. Optionally, papers are now accepted for briefings submissions.
Call for Workshops
For the 2017 technical program, AlaSim is soliciting proposals for modeling and simulation workshops. Workshops provide an open, collaborative environment for identification, and definition of modeling and simulation standards, bodies of knowledge, directories, position papers and trends. Workshop presenters are expected to pre-register and present their workshop at the conference.
Call for Tutorials
For the 2017 technical program, AlaSim is soliciting proposals for tutorial presentations providing introductory and advanced training in current modeling and simulation technology. Instructors are expected to pre-register and present their tutorial at the conference.
Call for Panel Discussions
For the 2017 technical program, AlaSim is soliciting proposals for panel discussions providing an opportunity for open discussion of modeling and simulation products, issues or methodologies. Panelists are expected to pre-register and present their panel discussion at the conference.
Authors & Presenters Registration Deadline
1 ALL Authors MUST register by September 16, 2017.
2 DOES NOT include State Government Employees.
3 Full-time students must be enrolled in classes totalling a minimum of 9 credit hours.