International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Engineering, Economics and Management (MS'2016).
The Association for Modeling and Simulation in Enterprises (AMSE) is pleased to announce the The International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Engineering, Economics, Management and Health (MS'16TE))”, which will be held in Teruel (Spain), Jul 4th – 5th, 2016. This Congress is jointly organized with the University of Zaragoza, with the support of the Campus of Teruel.
Scientific research in modeling and simulation needs new techniques and models in order to deal with new complex problems and environments. The use of Computational Intelligence and related techniques are needed to face with systems where classical methods are not enough. Dealing with imprecision, vagueness and uncertainty is a part of reality which cannot be avoided.
The AMSE association, through this International Conference, wants to offer a forum where university people, professionals and practitioners, working in the field of modeling and simulation, can exchange ideas and experience on the advancement of research, methods, techniques, applications and projects based on Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Soft Computing, Intelligent Systems, New Quantitative Methods and Related Applications.
The International Conference aim is to stimulate scientific exchanges, promote international co-operation between the academic community and companies, and disseminate results of theoretical and applied research.
All submitted papers will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published in a book of proceedings by Springer. The proceedings will be submitted for indexing in major databases such as the ISI Web of Knowledge. The title of the book will be “Modeling and Simulation in Engineering, Economics, Management and Health”.
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|1. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems.|
|2. Decision Making and Expert Systems.|
|3. Probabilistic and Chaotic Computing.|
|4. General Applications of Modeling and Simulation|
|5. Applications in Economics, Finance, Management and Marketing.|
|6. Modeling and Simulation in Corporate Sustainability and Sustainable Development.|
|7. Engineering Applications.|
|8. General Mathematics and Statistics.|
|9. General Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Environment and Related Topics.|
|10. Applications in Sociology, Organization, Politics, Agriculture Business, Tourism, Culture, Technology of Information and Communication.|
|11. Applications in Public Health, Social Health, and Ocupational Health and Safety|
|12. Case Studies and Experimental Results.|
|13. Other Related Topics.|
For publication in Springer Book of Proceedings
|• Paper submission: 1 February, 2016|
|• Notification of acceptance: 29 February, 2016|
|• Final paper submission: 21 March, 2016|
|• Early registration: 21 March, 2016|
For publication in the CD-ROM Proceedings
|• Paper submission: 15 February, 2016|
|• Notification of acceptance: 7 March, 2016|
|• Final paper submission: 21 March, 2016|
|• Early registration: 21 March, 2016|
|HONORARY COMMITTEE||ORGANIZING COMMITTEE||SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE|
|Jaime Gil Aluja, Spain, President AMSE||Anna M. Gil Lafuente, Spain, Chair||Angel A. Juan, Spain|
|Lotfi Zadeh, USA, University of Berkeley||José Mariano Moneva Abadía, Spain, Chair||Anna M. Gil-Lafuente, Spain|
|María Jesús Muñoz Torres, Spain, Chair||Antonio Terceño Gómez, Spain|
|Raúl Leon Soriano, Spain, Chair||Beatriz Flores Romero, Mexico|
|Carlos Tomás Medrano Sánchez, Spain|
|César Leonardo Guerrero Luchtenberg, Spain||César Leonardo Guerrero Luchtenberg, Spain|
|Cristina Ferrer, Spain||Christian Berger-Vachon, France|
|Eduardo Ortas, Spain||Eduardo Ortas Fredes, Spain|
|Encarna Esteban, Spain||Egon Zizmon, Slovenia|
|Francisco Javier Arroyo Cañada, Spain||Elena Escrig Olmedo, Spain|
|Inmaculada Plaza, Spain||Emilio Vizuete Luciano, Spain|
|José M. Merigó Lindahl, Chile||Federico González Santoyo, Mexico,|
|Juan Pablo Maicas, Spain||Francesco Carlo Morabito, Italy|
|Juana María Rivera Lirio, Spain||Gerardo Gabriel Alfaro Calderón, Mexico|
|María Ángeles Fernández Izquierdo, Spain||Idoya Ferrero Ferrero, Spain|
|Inmaculada Plaza, Spain|
|Isabel Saz Gil, Spain|
|Iván García-Magariño García, Spain|
|Jaime Gil Lafuente, Spain|
|Janusz Kacprzyk, Poland|
|José M. Merigó Lindahl, Chile|
|José Mariano Moneva Abadía, Spain|
|Jose Miguel Rodríguez Fernandez, Spain|
|Juan Pablo Maicas, Spain|
|Juana María Rivera Lirio, Spain|
|Korkmaz Imanov, Azerbaijan|
|Luis Callarisa Fiol, Spain|
|María Ángeles Fernández Izquierdo, Spain|
|Maria Glòria Barberà Mariné, Spain|
|María Jesús Muñoz Torres, Spain|
|Peter Meža, Slovenia|
|Raúl León Soriano , Spain|
|Ronald R. Yager, USA|
|Sabina Scarpellini, Spain|
|Sefa Boria Reverter, Spain|
|Vicente Liern Carrión, Spain|
|Victor Alfaro García, Mexico|
|Victor Krasnoproshin, Belarus|
|Yuriy Kondratenko, Ukraine|
The deadline for submission of papers to the International Conference on Modeling and Simulation in Engineering, Economics and Management is 1 February 2016.They should be sent to: email@example.com This paper should present a clear and concise view of the work. Please, specify the area of the paper from the listed topics. Include contact information of corresponding author.
All proposals will be reviewed carefully by members of the scientific committee and by external reviewers. Authors will be informed about the acceptance of the full paper before 29 February 2016. The camera-ready manuscript submission will end the 21 March 2016.
If the paper is accepted for its presentation, then the authors must send the full paper (See submission template). The full paper must be written in English language, with Microsoft Word format. Each submission should include: Title of paper, authors, organisation affiliate, complete address, fax number and e-mail. Papers should be no longer than 10 pages including all references, tables, figures and other materials. Please, prepare your paper according to the LNCS Author Instructions.
At least one author must attend the congress for presenting the paper if the submission is approved. The deadline for registration for speakers and early registration for non-speakers is 21 March 2016. Note that at least one of the authors of an accepted paper must register before 21 March 2016 in order to have published the paper in the book of proceedings.
The International Conference will take place on 4-5 July 2016.PAPER SUBMISSION
At least one author of each accepted paper must register and pay the conference fee before the 10th of March in order to have the paper published in the Springer book of proceedings. Otherwise, the paper will not be published in the Springer proceedings.REGISTRATION FEES
Before 21 March 2016
After 21 March 2016
The conference fee includes:
|• Publication of the accepted paper(s).|
|• LNBIP proceedings book and CD of abstracts.|
|• Attendance to all the conference sessions.|
|• Conference program.|
|• All coffee breaks (with refreshments).|
|• Gala dinner.|
|• Related social activities.|
|• Other conference facilities.|
*One registration fee includes the publication of up to 2 papers. For each additional accepted paper, an extra charge of 100 euros will be required.
*The maximum length of the papers is 10 pages. An additional 2 pages is possible at the rate of 50 euros per page.
Students' fee includes:
|• The same without the gala dinner.|
Accompanying persons' fee includes:
|• The same without the book of proceedings and CD of abstracts.|
|• Additional book of proceedings and tickets for the gala dinner will be available with an extra fee.|
Registration fees should be paid by bank transfer (net of bank charges) at the following account:
|SPANISH DELEGATES||FOREIGN DELEGATES|
|Av. Diagonal 610, 08021 Barcelona|
|IBAN: ES32 2085 5202 7103 3224 0451||IBAN: ES53 2013 6181 9502 0008 4970|
Fill this registration form after you pay the fee and submit the proof of payment as digitalized copy.
Remember that your registration is not completed until we receive the payment.
The University of Zaragoza is it is one of the oldest universities in Spain. While its central bodies are located in Zaragoza, the university is spread along the three provinces of Aragon, with teaching campuses and research centres in Huesca, Teruel and Zaragoza. Founded in 1542, with a history dating back to the Roman period, it is the only public university in the region with over 40,000 students in its 22 faculties.
The University of Zaragoza is the main centre of technological innovation in the Ebro Valley and has great prestige among the group of both Spanish and European universities it has relations with. The University participates in various exchange programmes, collaborating with universities and research centres from Europe, Latin America and the USA, thereby strengthening its international standing.
Campus of Teruel
The Campus where the conference will be held is located in the city of Teruel. The Campus of Teruel is young and dynamic with experienced and multidisciplinary researches. Its small size and the great variety knowledge areas of its reseachers make the Campus an interesting place for close collaboration, both on education and reseaching activities.
The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities is a teaching and research faculty, with over 160 academic members in 25 departments and numerous official and extra-official research groups. The Faculty offers 5 undergraduate studies, focused on Business Management m, Psychology, Education and Fine Arts, 2 diplomas and a Master’s Degree
The College of Engineering has a long-lasting and successful experience of working with local companies in technical developments and problem solving. Academic staff within the school have been involved in Knowledge Transfer Partnership projects over a number of years. There are also regular collaborations between the school and local and public institutions.
Finally, the College of Nursing offers the undergraduate degree in Nursing.
Teruel tourist Information
Please, check the following links to prepare your trip:
We will provide accommodation at a Student Hall from University of ZaragozaI inside the campus. Anyone interested in getting a room in the Student Hall should contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than the 15th April.
The acommodation at the Student Hall is in individual rooms, double rooms or individual mini flats.
We have also agreed special prices with some hotels if somebody prefers to stay in a hotel, most of them within 10-30 minutes walk from the conference :