Membership

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:
  • Norway: NFA - Norsk Forening for automatisering, Kjøita 19, 4630 Kristiansand, Norway. Telephone: +47 90 90 92 94. E-mail: Director: Karin Sundsvik, , +47-911 42 570 Administrative coordinator: Barbro Berg Bakken, , +47-481 94 540
  • Finland: Finnish Society of Automation, Asemapäällikönkatu 12 B, FI-00520 Helsinki, Finland. Tel: +358 50 400 6624, , http://www.automaatioseura.fi
  • Denmark: Contact Danish Board members
  • Sweden: Contact Swedish Board members
  • Iceland: Contact Icelandic Board members

The benefits of SIMS members:

  • All SIMS members are members of EUROSIM - the Federation of European Simulation Societies (http://www.eurosim.info/).
  • Free subscription of the Journal Simulation Notes Europe (SNE), which is the official membership journal of EUROSIM, see http://www.sne-journal.org/
  • 10-20% discount on conference fee when participating in conferences arranged by SIMS. 10-20% discounts on the conference fee when participating in conferences arranged by EUROSIM.
  • Access to non-public part of SIMS web page, with interesting information on modelling and simulation
  • 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 Web pages
  • SIMS organizational members may announce events of interest in modelling and simulation via the SIMS mailing list and web pages.

Membership fees

The price for organizational members:
  • 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 reduced proportionally.
Please contact Vadim Engelson, regarding membership fees.
SIMS, the Scandinavian Simulation Society, is a member of
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