Call for Papers

SpringSim'10 Poster Sessions

We are seeking outstanding short paper (4 pages) submissions that will be presented in a poster format at the conference. Short papers should present interesting recent results or novel ideas that are not quite ready for a regular full-length paper. Student papers are welcome. Paper submissions are encouraged in all areas of modeling and simulation as mentioned in SpringSim'10 Call for Papers. In particular we are seeking papers in the following areas:

  • Communications Networks with Special Emphasis on Modeling and Simulation
  • Numerical Simulation and Optimization as Applied to Business and Industry
  • Use of modeling and simulation in the area of computer security
  • Any Aspect of Modeling and Simulation related to the Military Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Telecommunication Systems
  • Web-based Modeling and Simulation
  • High-performance Computing and Simulation
  • Network Traffic Modeling and Workload Characterization
  • Simulation Languages, Tools, and Environments
  • Simulation of Parallel Systems, Distributed Systems and Databases
  • Simulation of Clusters, Grids and Wireless System
  • Simulation of Multimedia Applications and Systems
  • Modeling and Simulation of Real-Time and Embedded Systems
  • Simulation Methodology, Theory and Philosophy

Submission Instructions
Prepare a 4-page paper using the Paper Formatting Guidelines for the conference. All final paper submissions are to be made electronically to SCS via the SCS Conference Proceedings Management System. Include complete postal and e-mail addresses, and fax and phone numbers of corresponding author. Papers must be in English. For further instructions, please refer to the Submission Instructions in the SCS Conference Proceedings Management System web site. Submissions will be peer-reviewed to ensure quality. Accepted short papers will be presented in the poster session as well as the poster proceedings.

Key Dates
  • Short Paper due 28 Nov 2009
  • Notification 19 Dec 2009
    The program committee will review the papers and determine which ones will be accepted.

  • Camera-ready Paper due 31 Jan 2010
    The final version of accepted papers, incorporating changes based on reviewer comments, are due by this date.

Poster Sessions General Chair: Abdolreza Abhari, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Program Committee:
    Behrooz Ashtiani, York University, Canada
    Yuri Boiko, Carleton University, Canada
    Saadat Bokhari Syed, Ryerson University, Canada
    Yijun Chen, Ryerson University, Canada
    Maryam Davoudpour, Ryerson University, Canada
    Mohammad Moallemi, Carleton University, Canada
    Syed S. Rizvi, University of Bridgeport, USA
    LuisAntonio SantaEulalia, Laval University, Canada
    Peter Taillon, Carleton University, Canada
    Lucile Torres, Domaine University, France
    Brian Webb, Carleton University, Canada