The 2015 AlaSim International Conference & Exposition brings together the greater modeling and simulation community from Alabama, North America, and the world. AlaSim allows a variety of formats for attendees and participants to see, be seen, hear, be heard, teach, and learn about the science and technology of simulation. Elements planned for AlaSim 2015 include plenary speakers, papers, project briefings, panel discussions, workshops, tutorials, and exhibits displaying simulation products and services. The conference is designed both to showcase the breadth and depth of simulation activity in Alabama and to collect, document, display and discuss the current state of simulation technology throughout the world. AlaSim International is organized by the Alabama Modeling and Simulation Council.
AlaSim offers a variety of opportunities for practitioners, vendors, and academia to see, be seen, hear, be heard, teach, and learn about the science, technology, and business of modeling and simulation. Please see our call for participation here.
May 6-7, 2015, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
There are two early bird deadlines for saving on conference registration. Register by March 28, 2015 and you can save you as much as $100. Register by April 25, 2015 and you can still save up to $50. You will also be able to register on-site the day of the conference at full price. Registration begins on-site at 7:30 AM and runs until 4:00 PM. Be sure to bring the appropriate ID to take advantage of available discounts for members, current students, active military, and federal/state governement employees. AlaSim speakers/presenters should register as an AMSC member or as an AMSC non-member depending on your membership status.
|2015 AlaSim Registration|
|Up to May 6 & On Site|
|Federal/State Government Employees
and Active Military
University of Alabama in Huntsville
Shelby Center for Science and Technology
301 Sparkman Drive
Huntsville, AL 35899
(see maps and directions)
This conference qualifies for Recertification Units (RU's) for the Certified Modeling and Simulation Professional (CMSP) as administered by the Modeling and Simulation Professional Certification Commission (MSPCC - www.SimProfessional.org).
For questions or comments, please contact the AlaSim International Program Chair at AlaSimProgramChair@almsc.org.
The Alabama Modeling and Simulation Council (AMSC) wishes to thank and acknowledge the following individuals and their respective organizations for their contributions to the success of this conference:
Paul Agarwal, COLSA Corporation
John Ballenger, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Petter Bivall, Swedish Defense Research Agency
Alleen Bray, AEgis Technology Group
Richard Butler, The Boeing Company
Curtis Conkey, Missile Defense Agency
Wanda Davis, Dynetics
Beth Elias, Virginia Commonwealth University
Bruce Fairchild, Alabama Modeling and Simulation Council
Laurie Fraser, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center
Sharon Hardy, Missile Defense Agency
Michelle Herman, 3SL
John Hughes, Alpha Beta Technologies
Ann Kissell, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center
Randy Moore, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Angela Mundt, Dynetics
Claudette Owens, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command
Bill Pannell, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center
Greg Reed, University of Alabama in Huntsville
John Regner, Teledyne Brown Engineering
Bernard Schroer, University of Alabama in Huntsville
Jeffrey Smith, Auburn University
Jim Stoltisz, Dassault Systeme
Greg Tackett, U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command
Dan Tappan, Eastern Washington University
Daryl Tuttle, Applied Analytical Solutions, Inc.
Lisa Vann, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command
William Waite, AEgis Technologies Group
Ralph Weber, Dynetics
Terrance West, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center
Donna Whetstone, Dynetics