SW23 Paper and Poster Submission Instructions


We are now inviting new submissions of papers and posters, presenting academic research and industrial case studies. Contributions to the technical programme are welcome in three main areas 

  • Simulation Modelling Methodology 
  • Simulations Analysis Methodology 
  • Simulation in Practice 

Papers in any area of simulation modelling and analysis will also be considered.  

All those who have already submitted papers and posters are welcome to retain them. 

Submission Instructions 

Full Papers:  Full paper submission will close on 25 November 2022.

Posters:  Submit your title and a brief abstract (150 words maximum), using the Easy Chair link below.

Deadline for submission of Poster titles and abstracts (150 words) is 13 January 2023.

SubmIT YOUR PAPER

General Information:
If your title and abstract change after submission, please log back in to amend and re-save, remembering to note any deadline dates.  

Submission implies that an author will register and pay to attend the conference to present the paper or poster. All clearance required for the publication of the paper will be obtained by 10 February 2023.

If you require any further information on paper or poster submission, please contact the programme chairs: Professor Christine Currie and Dr Luke Rhodes-Leader (Programme) or Dr Laura Boyle (Posters).

Submission Deadlines

Please submit electronically papers not previously published or presented. Each submission must be a four- to ten-page paper (ten-15 pages for the beginner/advanced tutorial stream), including an abstract of less than 150 words. All submissions will be peer reviewed and submission also implies that an author will pay to attend the workshop to present the paper. All clearance required for publication of the paper will be obtained by 10 February 2023.

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and will be presented at the conference subject to receipt of payment to attend. Presentations for contributed papers will be given 30 minutes including time for questions and answers. Presentations for beginner/advanced tutorials will be given 90 minutes including time for questions and answers. If you are interested in presenting a tutorial, please contact Professor Christine Currie or Dr Luke Rhodes-Leader for more details.

Posters of applied or research projects in simulation will be displayed during the conference. A poster session is provided where delegates have one minute to briefly introduce their work.

TIMETABLE AND DEADLINES

25 November 2022: Submit electronically contributed papers not previously published or presented. Instructions for the submission process and paper templates (in LaTeX and MS Word) will be made available at www.theorsociety.com/SW23 in due course.

Each submission must be a 4-10 page paper (10-15 pages for the beginner/advanced tutorial stream), including an abstract of less than 150 words.

Submission implies that an author will pay to attend the workshop to present the paper, and all clearance required for publication of the paper will be obtained by 10 February, 2023.

13 January 2023: Contributors will be notified whether or not their paper has been accepted.

13 January 2023: Submit Poster title and abstract of 150 words. These should be submitted using the electronic submission form for full contributed papers. Submission implies that an author will register and pay to attend the conference. Posters abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings and should follow the guidelines for conference papers.

10 February 2023: Authors provide the final manuscript for inclusion in the conference proceedings. These should be in the format required for the conference. Author instructions will be made available at www.theorsociety.com/SW23 in due course.