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Abstract Submission Guidelines

The 2020 MARSIM conference welcomes submissions of abstracts based on the following topics (but not limited to):

  • New trends in computer simulation technology
  • New approaches for using simulation for e.g. research, development, troubleshooting and surveillance
  • Digital clones and simulation
  • Simulation applied in education and training
  • Simulation applied in research and development
  • Computational and mathematical modelling
  • The role of instructors, assessors and supervisors in the simulation loop

We invite two types of submissions:
1.    Scientific papers
2.    Practical papers and abstracts for presentation

All selected submissions will be scheduled as a 30 min. session. Depending on the types and amount of topics there will be up to 3 simultaneous streams of presentations.
A printed version of the introduction of each paper will be available at the conference opening. The complete version of the papers will be distributed by USB stick.
A detailed schedule for selected workshop sessions will be announced in advance of the MARSIM2020.

Abstracts on above topics can be submitted until to
SIMAC MARSIM2020 Program committee: marsim@simac.dk

Program

To be announced

Key dates

Abstracts Submission Open & Call for Papers:           January 2020
Registration Open:                                                               January 2020
Abstract Submission Deadline:                                           April 14 2020

Preliminary Program & Author Acceptance Notification    May 1 2020        
Registration Closes                                                              May 28 2020

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