4th International Conference on Simulation Process & Data Management
Abstract Deadline - December 7th 2018
The effective management of simulation data and process information is increasingly important as simulation becomes a core business practice and organizations rely on simulation results as the basis for business decisions. Companies everywhere want to take advantage of simulations in order to develop better products faster and cheaper. They want to extend simulations early, during product concept and architecture development, and they want to replace physical testing for product validation as much as possible.
However, they struggle to manage their simulation data, which is increasing in size and complexity by orders of magnitude as more numerous and more detailed simulations are performed.
The 2019 NAFEMS World Congress will once again host the biennial International Conference on Simulation Process and Data Management (SPDM). This industry-leading event will bring together industrial users, technology experts, academics and software vendors alike, allowing all those with an interest to take part in the only truly independent, international forum dedicated to SPDM.
Call for Papers
We want you to submit your paper on SPDM to the Conference.
In the first instance, abstracts of 300-600 words should be submitted for consideration by December 7th 2018, using our online submission form below.
Topics covered will include:
- Deployment of SPDM solutions
- Analysis planning and reporting
- Business processes implemented in SPDM
- Digital threads and digital twins implemented in SPDM
- Business value of SPDM solutions
- Standards-based approaches in SPDM
- Open source approaches to SPDM
- Essential components of an SPDM solution
- Data and process integration tools
- Platforms for the deployment of industrialised/democratised simulation processes
- Examples of deployment of democratised simulation applications
- SPDM strategy
- SPDM requirements
- Scope of SPDM
- Data standards
Please note that these topics are indicative of what the Congress will cover, and are not in any way exhaustive.
If you are unsure about the relevance of your proposed submission, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org