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  • By Tony Waller
  • In Blog
  • Posted 22/01/2014

If you would like to be considered to present at SW14, you need to submit your interest by 14th Feb.

At the UK simulation conference SW14 (April 1st and 2nd) it is planned to launch a new practitioner's stream. This is designed to allow simple practical presentations of simulation in action, without the need to produce an accompanying paper.

Any practitioner who would like to be considered, can you please submit an abstract of 300 words by 14th Feb 2014. All abstracts will be published in the conference documents and it is planned to circulate a pdf copy of any presentation slides (with permission) post conference.

The Practitioner Case Studies serve as a forum for industrial professionals to share what they have learned when modelling real world problems using simulation. The applications are open to all areas including manufacturing industries, service industries and government. The session will consist of 30-minute presentations (including questions and answers) and should focus on a specific problem where simulation was utilised to conduct an analysis and provide recommendations for potential solutions.

Interested case study presenters should submit for consideration, a title and a 300 word maximum abstract, to the Practitioners Case Study stream via The 300 word abstract should describe, at a minimum, the problem, the simulation methods used, the results, and the impact/benefits of the case study. Submission information can be found on the SW14 website under Papers, Posters and Submissions. Submission implies that an author will register and pay to attend the conference. The abstracts will be reviewed and those case studies selected for presentation will have their abstract appear in the final programme of SW14.

Important Dates:

  • Deadline for abstract submission, February 14, 2014
  • Author notification, February 28, 2014

Please contact Stephan Onggo, Cathal Heavey, for more details.

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