Simulation Workshop 2023


This year’s Simulation Workshop (SW23) will be held at National Oceanographic Centre in Southampton.

We have an exciting programme with keynote presentations, lively panel discussions with subject experts plus both beginner and advanced workshops and streams.

With face-to-face conferences very much back post-pandemic, the breaks between sessions and our conference dinner will provide a much missed opportunity to network and catch up with old friends and new contacts. In the exhibition area, we will host poster displays and some of the latest simulation software tools.

Our programme will include topics such as:

Simulation Modelling Methodology

  • Component based simulation
  • Collaboration methods
  • Distributed simulation
  • Web based simulation
  • Simulation and the grid/cloud
  • Simulation and artificial intelligence
  • Simulation visualisation
  • Simulation software
  • Simulation standards

Simulation Analysis Methodology

  • Design and analysis of simulation experiments
  • Simulation optimisation
  • Risk Analysis
  • Metamodelling



  • Human performance modelling
  • Discrete event simulation
  • Agent-based simulation
  • System Dynamics
  • Hybrid simulation
  • Service-oriented simulation
  • Conceptual modelling
  • Verification and Validation
  • Simulation Analytic

Simulation in Practice

  • Simulation in manufacturing
  • Simulation in services
  • Simulation in defence
  • Simulation in healthcare
  • Simulation in the semiconductor industry
  • Simulation practice
  • Simulation education
  • Energy modelling
  • Environmental simulation
  • Supply chain and transportation modelling

High-quality talks – guaranteed

Our Simulation Workshop is a guaranteed schedule of practitioner and researcher papers detailing applied case studies and theoretical developments in the field of computer simulation. The programme will be filled with interesting papers showcasing simulation work on discrete event simulation optimisation, metamodels, system dynamics, hybrid simulation, among others.

Updates coming soon.

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