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The Role of Requirements for Simulation

Systems Modeling & Simulation Community Meeting

The Role of Requirements for Simulation

Tuesday 9 May 2023 | Online

1​6:00 GMT (London) | 17:00 CET (Berlin)
08:00 PST (Los Angeles) | 11:00 EST (New York)

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Requirements play a key role in Systems Engineering. In particular, Model-based approaches require well defined, authored and managed requirements. During this meeting, we will interactively discuss what this means for simulation related requirements as part of an overall MBSE approach, what challenges simulation teams are facing, how such challenges can / could be addressed. During our SMS Community sessions this year we want to pay more attention to the topic “requirements”. This session in May will be a first of several. Based on outcome of this meeting we will further narrow down future topics on this subject for our SMS Community meetings.


  • Presentation Topic : "The Role of Requirements for Simulation"
  • Presenter : Frank Popielas, SMS_ThinkTank


The Systems Modeling & Simulation Community

The Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group, which is collaboration between NAFEMS and INCOSE, communicates to the wider engineering community via the Systems Modeling and Simulation Community.

The SMS Community consists of individuals who are either NAFEMS or INCOSE members who have an interest in the topic of Systems Modeling and Simulation but who are not necessarily experts in this area.

The Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group organises meetings with the SMS Community to keep them informed of developments in the field of SMS and to keep members of the Systems Modeling & Simulation Community abreast of Systems Modeling & Simulation Working Group activities.

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Our speaker

F. Popielas

Frank Popielas