Eurosim 2010, Prague

7th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation

September 6-10, 2010, Diplomat Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic

The Congress was organized by the Czech and Slovak Simulation Society CSSS in cooperation with the Czech Technical University in Prague.

More than 235 papers from almost 41 countries were submitted during the rewieving process.

All the papers were revised by two members of the International Programme Committee (IPC). Altogether 185 contributions were accepted by the IPC and then 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.

Germany (46), Austria (37), Czech Republic (29), Slovenia (18), France (8), Slovakia (8), Spain (7), Finland (5), Italy (5), Japan (5), USA (5), Romania (4), Russia (4), Serbia (4), United Kingdom (4), Croatia (3), Bosnia and Herzeg. (2), Latvia (2), Mexico (2), R. South Africa (2), Sweden (1), Bulgaria (1), Brasil (1), China (1), Denmark (1), Greece (1), India (1), Iran (1), Lebanon (1), Poland (1), Rep. of Macedonia (1), Swizerland (1), Tunisia (1), UAE (1), Ukraine (1)

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
Invited Plenary Talks,
Special Sessions and Ad-hoc Sessions,
Scientific Invited Performance and
Poster Session

Five Invited Plenary Talks and one scientific performance were presented by outstanding speakers and presenters. All of them are well known european experts in the field of modelling and simulation (see titles and presenters below). Scientific Invited Performance was the traditional Laura-Petrarca Case.

  • Human Behaviour Modelling as a Challenge for Future Simulation R&D: Methodologies and Case Studies
    Agostino G. Bruzzone, University of Genoa (IT)   
  • Agent-Based Simulations of Transportation Terminals
    Antonin Kavicka, University of Pardubice (CZ) ,  Norbert Adamko, University of Žilina (SK)
  • Physical Modelling: Some Experiences from Education and Applications
    Borut Zupančič, University of Ljubljana (SL)   
  • Modelica   
    Peter Fritzson, University of Linkopinkg (SE)    
  • Modelling and Simulation in Health Technology Assessment
    Felix Breitenecker, Vienna University of Technology (AT)   
  • Behave Emotions like Transfer Functions? - The Laura-Petrarca Case
    LAURA Group, Vienna Univ. of Technology (AT)

The regular programme consisted of regular papers presented in parallel (4-5) running sessions and posters. The only distinction was in the form of presentation: oral or poster.

The following Special Sessions were included into the programme:

Antonin Kavicka, University of Pardubice (Czech Republic)
Simulation of Transportation and Logistic Systems

Pavel Kordik, Czech Technical University (Czech Republic)
Inductive Modelling and Artificial Neural Networks in Simulation

Maja Atanasijevic-Kunc and Aleš Mrhar, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Jože Drinovec, University of Maribor, Faculty for Medicine (Slovenia)
Modelling and Simulation in Medicine and Pharmacy

Richard Karba, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
Modelling and Simulation for Control, Coordination and Supervision

Esko Juuso, University of Oulu (Finland)
Modelling and Simulation of Water Treatment

Kaj Juslin, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland (Finland)
Simulation to Support Sustainable Power Plant Engineering and Operation

Jochen Wittmann, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin (Germany) and Dietmar P. F. Moller, University Hamburg (Germany)
Scenarios and Models for Future Transportation 

Jochen Wittmann and Volker Wohlgemuth, University of Applied Sciences, Berlin (Germany)
Modelling and Simulation in Environmental Informatic

Ingrid Bausch-Gall, Simulation and Computer-aided Engineering, Munich (Germany) and Peter Schwarz, Fraunhofer Dresden(Germany) and Felix Breitenecker, Vienna University of Technolgy (Austria) and Thorsten Pawletta, Univ. Applied Sciences Wismar (Germany)
Physical Modelling and Control

Thorsten Pawletta and Christina Deatcu, Univ. Applied Sciences Wismar (Germany) and Felix Breitenecker, Vienna University of Technolgy (Austria) and Nikolas Popper, DWH Simulation Services Vienna (Austria) and Peter Schwarz, Fraunhofer Dresden (Germany)
Advanced and Comparative Approaches in Modelling and Simulation

Maja Atanasijevic-Kunc, University Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Felix Breitenecker, Vienna University of Technolgy (Austria)
Simulation in Education/Education in Simulation

List of Ad-hoc Sessions:

Application of Modelling and Simulation
Modelling Methods,Tools and Techniques
Parallel and Distributed Architectures and System /Performance Engineering of Computer Systems
Discrete Event and Real-Time Systems
Web-Based Simulation
Agent-Based Modelling and Simulation
Human Factors and Social Issues/Supply Chain Management
Engineering, Manufacturing and Control
Virtual Reality, Visualisation and Computer Games
Circuts, Sensors and Devices/Image, Speech and Signal Processing
Energy, Power Generation and Distribution
Intelligent Systems

7th EUROSIM Congress Prague 2010 - Proceedings

7th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Prague, Czech Republic, 6-10 September, 2010
Proceedings, Vol. 1: Book of Abstracts, ISBN 978-80-01-04588-6. Vol.2: Full Papers (CD), ISBN 978-80-01-04589-3, Editors: Miroslav Šnorek, Zdeněk Buk, Miroslav Čepek, Jan Drchal

See also

Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, Special Issue, EUROSIM 2010. Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory. 2013,(33), 1-157. ISSN 1569-190X. DOI 10.1016/j.simpat.2012.12.003.

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