SIMS 52nd conference in Västerås, Sweden, September 29-30, 2011.
You are all welcome to the 52nd SIMS conference on Simulation and
Modelling September 29-30.
The conference will cover all aspects of Simulation and modelling,
but also with a special emphasis this year on Energy and Environmental application areas.
Proceedings are available (PDF, 9MB)
The updated complete conference program
with paper abstracts and with maps of the venue
is available here
You can find more information on the webpage
which is the SIMS official webpage.
The time schedule is as follows:
- Invitations to submit papers during January 2011.
- Dead-line for submission of abstracts March 30.
- Acceptance message April 10.
- Submission of full papers by May 30.
- Review until August 5.
- Feed back to authors August 10.
- Complements to papers submitted to September 5.
- Conference 29-30 September
Follow this link
to submit your papers.
Registration Fees (VAT included) are:
Full registration fees include admission to all the sessions of the conference, the
conference proceedings,refreshments, lunches and the conference dinner as well.
- 450 € Delegates (Early) – before June 30
- 490 € Delegates (Late)
- 420 € Delegates with paper submission
- 400 € Members of the EUROSIM member societies with or without paper submission
- 80 € Master and Bachelor Students (Early) – before June 30
- 100 € Master and Bachelor Students (Late)
- 70 € Accompanying guest/dinner ticket
The student fees include admission to all the sessions and refreshments.
The guest fees are for additional company to the conference dinner only.
All prices are including VAT, and do not include the price of the hotel.
Thursday, September 29:
Friday, September 30:
- Professor Esko Juuso, Oulu University, Finland:
Smart adaptive systems in nonlinear multivariable control and diagnostics
- President Iceland Agency of Energy Gudni Johannesson:
Energy at Iceland from a modeling perspective
- Erik Oja,
Senior Vice President, head of Process Automation Division, ABB AB:
New trends in Automation
- Professor Alf Isaksson, Linköping University and ABB Corporate Research:
Process industry center in Linköping: Use of modeling for automation and control
Further information about the conference
Follow this link
for information about venue, registration and other information.
Erik Dahlquist, conference chair