[NotiAMCA] Modelling and Simulation Methodologies track - ECMS'2006

Mario Storti mstorti en intec.unl.edu.ar
Mie Nov 30 14:39:40 ART 2005

Desde: 28-06-2006
Hasta: 31-06-2006
Lugar:  Bonn, Germany

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Dear colleague:

Enclosed following this message you will find the 2nd Call for Papers for
the track on Modelling and Simulation Methodologies, part of ECMS'2006.

A pdf-version can be downloaded from the track's website:

Please let me encourage you to promote this conference track as broadly as

I'd like also to suggest that you consider proposing a Special or Invited
Session on some theoretical or application topic of your interest related
to M&S Methodology, or encouraging a colleague of yours to do so.

Kindly yours

Sergio Junco

                    METH'2006, part of ECMS'2006
  Sergio Junco				Fernando J. Barros
  Departamento de Electronica		Dept. Eng. Informatica
  Universidad Nacional de Rosario	Universidade de Coimbra
  Rosario, Argentina			Coimbra, Portugal
  Tel: +54 341 4808543			Tel: +351 239 790088
  Fax: +54 341 4802654			Fax: +351 239 701266
  E-mail: sjunco en fceia.unr.edu.ar	E-mail: barros en dei.uc.pt

Part of ECMS 2006: The 20th European CONFERENCE on Modelling and Simulation
 	May 28 - 31, 2006	Sankt Augustin, Bonn, Germany

Submission Deadline:
January 30, 2006

You are kindly invited to submit a paper to METH 2006, the track on
Modelling and Simulation Methodologies of the Conference ECMS 2006. METH
2006 will bring researchers and professionals together in order to address
and discuss recent developments on modelling and simulation methodologies
(M&S) and their applications.
M&S methodologies depend on the nature of the system under study, on the
level of abstraction convenient to represent the problem stated on it, on
the mathematical representations necessary to solve that problem, and on
the kind of computer facilities and tools available to perform the
simulation. Thus, the scope of this track covers theoretical and technical
topics of M&S methodologies, as well as their role in application fields.
Papers are welcome on the following:

Continuous, Discrete, Switched and Hybrid Systems. Distributed Parameter
Systems. Large Scale Systems, Order Reduction and Model Simplification.
Numerical Methods, Formal Manipulation, Computer Algebra and Automatic
Differentiation. Parallel & Distributed Simulation, Real-Time Simulation
M&S Languages and Standards, Software and Tools, User Interfaces.

Biomechanics and Prosthetics, Biotechnologies Biomedical Engineering.
Agrotechnology and Food Industry, Chemical Engineering, Process Control,
Nuclear Engineering. Computational Hydrology and Hydraulics. Computer
Networks, Distributed Computer Control Systems,. Transportation Systems.
Electronics, Electrical and Power Systems. Car Industry, Mechanical
Systems, Robotics and Mechatronics. Meteorology and Weather Forecasting,
Environmental Sciences.

Full Paper Submission: 		January 30, 2006
Acceptance Notification: 	March 8, 2006
Registration &
Camera-Ready Manuscripts 	April 10, 2006
Conference			May 28-31, 2006

Please contact the TRACK ORGANISERS:
TRACK CHAIR: Sergio JUNCO. Email: sjunco en fceia.unr.edu.ar
Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina.
PROGRAM CHAIR: Fernando BARROS. Email: barros en dei.uc.pt
Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal.

Jorge Luis Balino, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil
Carlos E. Christoffersen, Lakehead University, Canada
Hector Jorquera G., Universidad Catolica de Chile
Pieter J. Mosterman, The MathWorks Inc., USA
Alexandre Muzy, Universita di Corsica, France
Gerardo A. Riccardi, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina
Jeffrey L. Stein, University of Michigan, USA
Jan L. Top, Wageningen UR and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL
Costas Tzafestas, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
Bernard P. Zeigler, University of Arizona, USA

 	Original papers on your recent unpublished research, written
in English, are asked for consideration on the basis of a full paper
review by at least two IPC-members of the track.. Please submit an
electronic copy of your full manuscript (pdf or ps format) to the
Track Chair above, with "ECMS 2006, METH Track" as your email's
subject, clearly indicating the corresponding author.
 	Submissions are accepted either in the final paper format or as
double-spaced drafts of about 12-17 pages. For information on how to
prepare final submissions, please visit the conference website at:
 	http://www.scs-europe.net/conf/ecms2006/ or at
 	Submitting a paper implies the willingness of at least one of
the authors to register and to present the paper, if it is
accepted. Accepted
contributions to the track will be included in the conference
proceedings. Moreover, the authors of the best papers will be invited to
submit an elaborated manuscript for possible inclusion in a special issue
of an international journal.

      We look forward to receiving your paper(s) and to welcome you at
the ECMS 2006.

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