6th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 9-13 Sept. 2007, Ljubljana, Slovenia
The Congress was organised by the Slovenian Society for Modelling and Simulation SLOSIM and University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering.
The efforts of the organisers have resulted in an unexpectedly large interest in the event, as much more than five hundred papers from almost 50 countries were submitted. Altogether 420 contributions from 42 countries were included in the final programme. This proves that modelling and simulation is, in spite of being a very traditional discipline, still attractive, modern, and with a wide range of applications and research possibilities, and is closely connected with many of the most sophisticated and modern disciplines.
456 participants were officially registered for the Congress.
The scope of the congress included all aspects of continuous, discrete (event) and hybrid modelling, simulation, identification and optimisation approaches. The programme scheme consisted of:
- plenary lectures
- regular sessions
- special sessions
- poster sessions and
- a student competition.
Three tutorials covered the more general areas of broader interest.
Murray-Smith D.: INVERSE SIMULATION METHODS AND APPLICATIONS
Kindler E.: SUPER-OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING AND MODEL NESTING
Fritzson P., Lundvall H., Brugård J.: INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT-ORIENTED MODELING AND SIMULATION WITH MODELICA USING OPENMODELICA ENVIRONMENT
Five plenary lectures were presented by five outstanding speakers, all of them well known in the field of modelling and simulation (see titles and presenters below). The lectures covered a wide range of modelling and simulation topics.
Cellier F.: ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT MODELING AND SIMULATION IN MODELICA
Šarler B.: INTEGRATED MULTISCALE SIMULATION OF CONTINUOUS CASTING OF STEEL
Juslin K.: EXPERIENCES AND TRENDS IN MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF INTEGRATED INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
Breitenecker F.: AN ODE FOR THE RENAISSANCE
Longo J.M.A.: THE CHALLENGE OF MODELING HIGH SPEED FLOWS
The regular programme consisted of regular papers and posters. The only distinction was in the form of presentation: oral or poster. There were 34 regular sessions with oral presentation with 203 contributions and 1 poster session with 30 contributions, altogether 233 papers, which cover the congress’ scope and topics. All the papers were revised by at least three members from the International Programme Committee.
Twenty-three special sessions (some are organised as tracks) with 168 papers were organised by experts from the area of modelling and simulation and cover rather specific areas relating to modelling and simulation. Partly these are invited papers, and partly they were submitted after the session organisers’ call. The review procedure was organised by the session organisers. The following sessions were included into the programme:
Wiechert W.: EDUCATION IN SIMULATION / SIMULATION IN EDUCATION
Štemberger M., Orsoni: A.SIMULATION IN ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS
Rachid A., Chadli M., Coppier H.: MODELLING OF CRYOGENIC SYSTEMS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS
Schmucker U.: MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN MECHATRONICS
Huyet A.L, Pierreval H.: COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND DISCRETE SIMULATION
Eichberger A.: INCREASED PREDICTABILITY OF CRASH MODELS
Jósvai J., März L.: DIGITAL FACTORY/SIMULATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
Juslin K.: SUCCESSFUL APPLICATION OF SIMULATION IN INDUSTRY
Škrjanc I.: FUZZY SYSTEMS
Strle D.: SIMULATIONS, MODELLING AND OPTIMIZATION OF VLSI CIRCUITS
Dellino G., Lino P., Meloni C., Rizzo A.: MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN OPTIMIZATION
Li A.: ALGEBRAIC METHODS AND ALGORITHMS IN MODELLING DISCRETE DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS
Mihalič R.: SIMULATION IN ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS
Drinovec J., Mrhar A., Atanasijević-Kunc M.: MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN MEDICINE AND PHARMACY
Lebon F., Maceri F.: MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN STRUCTURAL MECHANICS
Savković-Stevanović J.: MODELS NETWORKS FOR PROCESS SYSTEMS SIMULATION
Popescu D., Tanguy G.D.: CONTROL AND DECISION FOR COMPLEX SYSTEMS
Callari C., Maceri F.: SIMULATION OF MULTIFIELD AND MULTISCALE PROBLEMS IN STRUCTURAL AND MATERIAL ENGINEERING
Wöckl J., Almeder C.: AGENT-BASED AND DYNAMIC APPROACHES TO MODELLING IN ECONOMICS
Bratko I.: DOMAIN MODELLING THROUGH AUTONOMOUS DISCOVERY
Breitenecker F., Wiechert W.: ALTERNATIVE MODELLING AND COMPARISONS AND BENCHMARKING IN MODELLING AND SIMULATION
Puntigam W.: MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN THE VEHICLE THERMAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Schwarz P., Breitenecker F.: MODELLING OF STRUCTURAL DYNAMIC SYSTEMS – MODEL REDUCTION METHODS
Best Three Posters:
PLASTIC DEFORMATION OF ALUMINUM BONDING WIRE IMPRESSED BY WEDGE BONDING TOOL, Košel V.*, Zarbakhsh J., Glavanovics M. (*KAI Kompetenzzentrum Automobil- und Industrie-Elektronik GmbH, Villach, Austria)
MODEL-BASED PRODUCTION CONTROL, Gradišar D.*, Zorzut S., Jovan V. (*Institut "Jožef Stefan", Ljubljana, Slovenia)
AUGMENTED REALITY BASED TECHNOLOGIES FOR SUPPORTING ASSEMBLY WORK, Sääski J.*, Salonen T., Siltanen S., Hakkarainen M., Woodward C. (*VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland)
Lucky voter: Thomas Sandu, University of Hamburg, Germany– Free congress fee for EUROSIM 2010, Prague
The student competition contained papers describing the work of undergraduate or bachelor/master students. This means that it was not intended for PhD students unless they are presenting their earlier work. Ten students competed in this session.
Best Student Papers:
SIMULATION OF A MOBILE ROBOT WITH A LRF AND MAP BUILDING, Teslić L.*, Klančar G., Škrjanc I. (*University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)
BIFURCATIONS AND CHAOS IN AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEM, Kocewiak Ł. H.* (*Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
CONFIGURATION OF UAV AUTOPILOTS' DYNAMICS USING A 3 DOF AIRCRAFT MOTION SIMULATOR, Tomažič T.*, Matko D. (*University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)6th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation, 9-13 Sept. 2007, Ljubljana, Slovenia