Track Description

Nowadays continuous incidents, terrorist threats, catastrophic events have strongly underlined the need to plan and organize better responses to emergency situations. 

The track offers the possibility to present scientific results and critical issues concerning emergency responses procedures using Modeling and Simulation. Topics of interest include aspects such as:

 Simulation and testing of emergency scenarios;

 Personnel training trough Simulation;

 Modeling & Simulation of human crowd behavior;

 Modeling & Simulation of critical incidents;

 Synthetic and Virtual Environments for emergency situations;

 Medical emergency Simulation;

 Police, fire emergency Simulation;

 Emergency response Simulation;

 Simulation games for incidents and threats management;

 Modeling & Simulation of terrorist attacks;

 Modeling & Simulation of natural disasters;

 Emergency management systems;

 Emergency response Simulation in supply chain and logistic networks.


Nevertheless different topics concerning Emergency Simulation are welcome. Authors are kindly invited to include in their papers and presentations all the research works, case studies and application both theoretical and applied.


Authors' Guidelines

Original, high-quality technical papers are solicited for review, possible presentation and subsequent publication in the conference proceedings. Abstract are strongly encouraged in advance of the final papers. All final paper submissions are to be made electronically to SCS via the SCS Conference Proceedings Management System. Include complete postal and e-mail addresses, and fax and phone numbers of corresponding author. Papers must be in English. For further instructions, please refer to the Submission Instructions in the SCS Conference Proceedings Management System web site. Confirmations will be sent to the contact author when the file has been retrieved and successfully viewed or printed. Only original unpublished material will be considered for publication. Authors should identify the area(s) in which they think their contribution would best fit, and should clearly indicate whether the submission is for a poster session or a full paper. Only papers that have not been previously published or presented are acceptable. Authors must obtain any employer, client, or government clearances before submission of the final manuscript. All conference attendees are expected to participate at their own expense 

Key Dates (Extended!)

Special Session Proposal: January 31, 2011

Submissions of papers: March 18, 2011 (Extended!)

Notification of acceptance: April 30, 2011

Final Camera-Ready Submission: May 28, 2011


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Call For Papers††††† ††††† ††††† < SCSC 2011


27-30 June 2011


World Forum, The Hague, Netherlands


Organized by

Emergency Simulation

Track at the Summer Computer Simulation Conference 2011

(SCSC 2011)

Program Chairs:

Francesco Longo, Modeling & Simulation CenteróLaboratory of Enterprise Solutions (MSC-LES), University of Calabria, Italy