19-20 March 20054 SIGSIM Conferences Full Sponsor n International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems (MSWiM) –Previously co-sponsored with SIGMOBILE –Now 100% SIGSIM –Attendance: ~50 –Web site varies –Oct 04 in Venezia, Italy
19-20 March 20055 SIGSIM Conferences Co-sponsor n Winter Simulation Conference –The premiere discrete event simulation conference –Attendance: ~600 –http://www.wintersim.orghttp://www.wintersim.org –Early Dec each year –Various locations: every 3 rd year in DC n Parallel and Distributed Simulation Workshop –Leading parallel simulation workshop –Attendance: ~40 –http://www.pads-workshop.orghttp://www.pads-workshop.org –May/June each year, various locations
19-20 March 20056 SIGSIM Conferences In-cooperation Conferences n Simulation Workshop Series –UK Operational Research Society –http://www.orsoc.org.ukhttp://www.orsoc.org.uk –Mid-September, various locations in UK n Simulation Interoperability Workshop –Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization –http://www.sisostds.orghttp://www.sisostds.org –Various locations: often in Orlando –2/year: Early Spring and Fall n SIW-Europe (targeted/pending) –1/year: late spring –Various locations in Europe
19-20 March 20057 SIGSIM Conferences In-cooperation Conferences (continued) n International Workshop on Inter-Domain Performance and Simulation –Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE) –March: Budapest, Hungary n Training, Education & Simulation International (TESI) –Highbury Business, Media House, Swanley Kent –http://www.tesi2005.comhttp://www.tesi2005.com –March: Maastricht, The Netherlands
19-20 March 20058 SIGSIM Management Bylaw compliance (elections) n Good election slate –Chair – 2 –Vice-chair – 6 –Sec/Treasurer - 2
19-20 March 20059 SIGSIM – TOMACS Editor Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS) n TOMACS previous editor (David Nicol) completed a lengthy period as E-I-C (1997-2003) n SIGSIM is grateful to David for the excellent service to the community, and presented a plaque thanking him for his service and dedication in those efforts n TOMACS rotates the responsibility for selecting the E-I-C –SIGSIM was responsible for the next nomination n Richard Nance volunteered to lead the nominating committee n The committee nominated Jim Wilson for the next E-I-C n The nomination was approved, and James R. Wilson is now the current Editor in Chief of TOMACS
19-20 March 200510 SIGSIM Current Issues n Need to complete elections n Need to push to help get the Digital Library up to date –New conference agreements take time to get their content into DL
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