SIMS - Scandinavian Simulation Society
Future events | General information
the 58th International Conference
of Scandinavian Simulation Society
September 25-27 2017
The first two days will be the actual conference and the third day study visits.
The schedule for submitting abstract and papers will be as follows:
- March 20 - Submission of Abstracts
- April 10 - Notification of acceptance of Abstracts.
- May 29 - Submission of paper for review
- June 30 - Comments from scientific committee
- August 14 - Camera-ready manuscript
- August 14 - Deadline for Early Registration
- September 25-27 - Conference 2017.
Proceedings will be published in Linköping University Press.
Easy Chair will be used for submission of papers
For more information see SIMS 2017 link (under construction)
- 58th SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2017, September 20-22 2017, Reykjavik, Iceland.
- 57th SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2016 and EUROSIM 2016, September 12-16 2016, Oulu, Finland.
- 56th SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2015, October 2015, Linköping, Sweden.
- 55th SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2014, October 21 to 22, 2014, Aalborg, Denmark.
- 54th SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2013, October 16 to 18, 2013, Bergen, Norway.
- 53rd SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2012, October 4 to 6, 2012, The National Energy Authority (NEA), Reykjavik, Iceland.
- 52nd International Conference
of Scandinavian Simulation Society, SIMS 2011, Västerås, Sweden, September 29-30.
- 51st SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2010 October 14 to 15, 2010, Oulu, Finland.
- 50th SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2009: Modelling and Simulation of Energy Technology.
7-8 October 2009 in Fredericia, Denmark. Proceedings are available online
Previous important events, 2007 - October 2008:
49 th SIMS Conference on Simulation and
Modelling, SIMS 2008, October 7-8 2008, Oslo, Norway
The purpose of the annual SIMS conference is to cover broad aspects of modeling
and simulation and scientific computation. Every year a special topic will be
considered. This year topics are parallel simulation and grid computing.
The conference is of interest for model builders, scientists, engineers,
vendors, etc. The scientific program will consist of technical sessions with
submitted and invited papers. The Procedings of the Conference will be
published electronically by Oslo University College. Selected papers will be
considered for publication in relevant journals. Ph.D. students in particular
are encouraged to contribute with papers.
27-29, 2008, Universite du Havre, Le Havre, France
PARA 08 , Workshop on State-of-the-Art
in Scientific and Parallel Computing, May 13-16 2008
NTNU, Trondheim, Norway .
EUROSIM 2007, September 9-13,
2007, Ljubljana, Slovenia
48 th SIMS Conference
on Simulation and Modelling, SIMS 2007, October 29-31 2007, Göteborg,
Sweden . Proceedings available here SIMS2007
Modelica 2008, The
6th International Modelica Conference will be held at the University of Applied
Sciences Bielefeld, Germany, on March 3rd - 4th, 2008,
organized by the Modelica Association and the University of Applied Sciences
EUROSIM / UKSIM 2008, 10th
International Conference on Computer Modeling and Simulation, April 1-3,
2008 , Cambridge, England
SIMS Conference Proceedings Online
These conference proceedings are available online:
SIMS is the Scandinavian Simulation Society with members from the five Nordic
countries Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Iceland. The SIMS history goes
back to 1959. SIMS practical matters are taken care of by the SIMS board.
It consists of two representatives from Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden,
and eventually one from Iceland. (The representative from Iceland has not been elected yet).
SIMS annual meeting
takes place at the annual SIMS conference or in connection to international
simulation conferences arranged in the Nordic countries.
The goals of SIMS
The Society exists to
The society pursues its goals by
further the science and practice of modeling and simulation in all application
be a Scandinavian forum for information interchange among modeling and
simulation professionals and non-professionals in Denmark, Finland, Norway and
be a channel for information exchange between the Scandinavian modeling and
simulation community and the international modeling and simulation communities.
arranging technical and scientific meetings and symposia
supporting lecturing and publication
collecting and disseminating information
maintaining contacts with national and international organizations with similar
How to contact SIMS
You can contact the chair of the SIMS board,
For all technical aspects (membership, fees, subscription, mailing lists, WWW
site, finances) you can contact the SIMS Coordinator
Vadim Engelson (Wolfram MathCore AB, Sweden),
Address: Vadim Engelson, Wolfram MathCore AB, Teknikringen 1E, 58330,
Linköping, Sweden. Phone: + 46 705 281629
The board of SIMS
The board of SIMS consists of:
Esko Juuso (University of Oulu, Finland),
- Address: Department of Process and Environmental Engineering,
P.O Box 4300,
FIN-90014 University of Oulu,
- Phone: +358 8 553 2463
larer(at)isy(dot)liu(dot)se, Linköping University, Sweden.
Address: ISY, Linköping University, 58183, Linköping, Sweden.
Phone: + 46 13 284409
Erik Dahlquist, erik(dott)dahlquist(a)mdh(dott)se,
Malardalen University (chairman)
Address: Box 883, 72123 Västerås, Sweden.
Phone: + 46 21-151768 , +46-73-9607191
Kim Sørensen (Denmark), Aalborg University
Bernt(ddot)Lie(a)hit(doot)no , Hogskolen i Telemark, Norway
Address:Department of Technology, Kjølnes ring 56, 3914 Porsgrunn, NORWAY
Phone: +47 35 57 51 69
Tiina(dot)Komulainen(a)hioa(dot)no , Oslo University College, Norway
Address:Oslo University College, PO box 4 St. Olavs plass, NO-0130 Oslo, Norway Norway
Phone: +47 67 23 87 12
Magnus Jonsson (Iceland)
Jónas Ketilsson (Iceland)
Petter Yle´n (Finland)
Bylaws and other documents
How to join SIMS
Both organizations and individuals can be SIMS members. However, individuals
can only become SIMS members by joining an organization belonging to SIMS.
You may register as a member of SIMS by sending your application with your
personal data to the address of one of the member organizations:
in Norway : Lars Annfinn Ekornsæter,
Administrerende direktør, lae(at)nfaplassen(dot)no, Kjøita 42, 4630, Kristiansand.
Tlf. 90 90 92 94/90 15 71 57
FinSim in Finland : c/o Esko Juuso, Control Engineering Laboratory, Linnanmaa,
FIN-90570 Oulu, Finland.
Previous member - DKSIM in Denmark : c/o Brian Elmegaard, Department of Energy
Engineering, DTU, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark.
Previous member - MoSiS in Sweden :
Föreningen MoSiS, c/o Kåsjös kontor, Ytterspåret 14, 187 54 TÄBY, Sverige.
Currently MoSiS does not participate in SIMS, therefore please contact SIMS
The benefits of SIMS members:
Free subscription of Simulation News Europe
(3 issues/year, usually one single and one double issue. From 2010 the journal is
Discount on the subscription of
Simulation Practice and Theory ( SIMPAT
submission system site) (Elsevier, 10 issues/year).
10% discount on conference fee when participating in conferences arranged by
SIMS. 10% discounts on the conference fee when participating in conferences
arranged by EUROSIM or SCS.
Access to non-public part of SIMS web page, with interesting information on
modeling and simulation (to be constructed)
SIMS individual members may be put on the SIMS mailing list, to receive
information on simulation conferences, courses and other related events.
SIMS organizational members may put their logo at an appropriate place on SIMS
SIMS organizational members may announce events of interest in modeling and
simulation via the SIMS mailing list and web pages.
The price for organizational members:
Please contact Vadim Engelson, regarding membership fees.
120 Euro/year basic fee
10 Euro/individual/year additional fee (from 2016).
If individuals join later during the year (after July 1), the individual fee is
Free electronic subscription of Simulation News Europe
(3 issues/year, usually one single and one double issue) is a benefit of all
Regarding subscription on Simulation News Europe you can contact Vadim Engelson.
Annual meetings and board meetings take place at annual SIMS conferences.
Additional meetings are organized using teleconferencing.
SIMS 1958 took place in Stockholm, FOA
SIMS 1988 took place in Espoo, Finland
SIMS 1989 took place in Bergen, Norway
SIMS 1990 took place in Lund, Sweden
SIMS 1991 took place during European Simulation Multiconference, Copenhagen,
SIMS 1992 took place in Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland
SIMS 1993 took place in Ingeniorsskolen, Kongsberg
SIMS 1994 took place in KTH, Stochholm, August 17-19.
SIMS 1995 took place in Danish Technical University, Lyngby
SIMS 1996 took place in Trondheim, Norway, June 11-13
SIMS 1997 took place in Hanasaari, Finland
SIMS 1998: No SIMS conference. Instead an EuroSim conference took place in
took place in Linköping, Sweden, October 18-19, 1999.
took place in Lyngby, Danmark, September 18-19, 2000
SIMS 2001 |
took place in Porsgrunn, Norway, October 8-9, 2001. , 42nd Scandinavian
Conference on Simulation and Modeling, Please visit the conference WWW
site for details.
took place in Oulu, Finland, September 26-27, 2002, 43nd Scandinavian
Conference on Simulation and Modeling, Please visit the conference
SIMS 2003 took place in Västerås, Sweden, September
18-19, 2003. SIMS 2003 ,
44th Scandinavian Conference on Simulation and Modeling. Proceedings
SIMS 2004 took place in Copenhagen, September 23-24 2004 .
SIMS 2004 , 45th Scandinavian Conference on Simulation and Modeling,
has been organized in Denmark, September 23-24 2004. See
Proceedings available online
SIMS 2005 , 46th Scandinavian
Conference on Simulation and Modeling, has been organized in Trondheim, October
13-14 2005 . Electronic proceedings available here.
SIMS 2006 47th SIMS
Conference September 28-29, 2006 Helsinki, Finland
trends in automation - conference and workshop
, 4-5 september 2006 in
September 4th-5th, Vienna
SIMSafe 2006 conference,
September 7th, Orebro
Control Systems 2006 Control Systems 2006 June 6-8, 2006 Tampere,
information is available.
1st IFAC Workshop on Applications of Large Scale Industrial Systems http://ntsat.oulu.fi
Trends in Automation and Industrial IT Workshop and conference in
Västerås, Sweden June 20-21, 2005
BIOMEDSIM in Linköping,
Sweden, 26-27 May 2005
SIMSAFE in Linköping,
Sweden, 30-31 May 2005
5th EuroSim Congress on Modeling
and Simulation, in Paris, took place in September 6-10, 2004
March 7-8, 2005, Hamburg, Germany.
November 3-4, 2003, Linköping, Sweden.
Virtual reality Forum, November 5-7, 2003, Linköping, Sweden.
Symposium And Exhibition
October 26-29, 2003 Delft, The Netherlands
Automation Seminar days 2003 Visit
Helsinki, September 9-11, 2003
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