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SBEIS 2015 : Simulation-based evaluation of interactive systems


When Jun 1, 2015 - Jun 3, 2015
Where Valencia, Spain
Submission Deadline Mar 1, 2015
Notification Due Apr 5, 2015
Final Version Due May 5, 2015
Categories    simulation   artificial intelligence   computer science   HCI

Call For Papers


in conjunction with the 13th International Simulation Conference (ISC'2015), June 01-03, Valencia, Spain


IT systems are becoming increasingly more complex, both in terms of their scale and
in terms of their individual functionalities. At the same time, the systems should be
intuitively usable and should possess a flat learning curve for the user. The integration of the users into the analysis and the entire evaluation process is thus essential and new methods to increase the efficiency of evaluation are strictly required. One particularly useful method for the efficient evaluation and analysis is simulation.
Within the scope of the workshop, new innovative methods and approaches for the
practically oriented simulation-based evaluation of interaction-centric IT systems should be presented. An example could be a new approach to the simulation of reality in Living Labs or the usage of agent-based modelling for the simulation of distributed, heterogeneous and possibly autonomous systems.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

[ ] Living Labs as simulation environments for evaluation
[ ] Infrastructure simulation in Living Labs
[ ] Agent-based modelling for simulation-based evaluation of interactive systems
[ ] Evaluation of user interactions with graphical user interfaces
[ ] Methods of practically oriented simulation-based evaluation


Early Bird Submission: February 1, 2015
Submission Date : March 1, 2015
Late Submission Date: March 20, 2015
Notification of Acceptance: April 5, 2015
Final Camera Ready Papers due: May 5, 2015


Papers will be reviewed on the basis of three to five page extended abstracts of sufficient detail to permit reasonable evaluation and/or on full 5-8 page papers. The final version of accepted papers will be 3, 5 or 8 pages long depending on the reviews. Author kit and submission details are available on the conference's web page

Papers need to be submitted by using the online form :
Or by emailing them to :


Selected papers will be published in the International Journal of Computer Aided Engineering and Technology.


The ISC’2015 conference will be held at UPV, Valencia, Spain:


Stefan Hellfeld
FZI - Research Center for Information Technology
Karlsruhe, Germany

Benjamin Herd
King's College London
London, United Kingdom


Martin Chapman, King's College London, United Kingdom
Stefanie Betz, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
Samhar Mahmoud, King's College London, United Kingdom
Thomas Karle, PROMATIS software GmbH, Ettlingen, Germany
Chris Haynes, King's College London, United Kingdom
Pier-Giovanni Taranti, Centro de Analises de Sistemas Navais (CASNAV), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Andreas Oberweis, Karlruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany


Philippe Geril
European Simulation Office
Greenbridge Science Park
Ghent University – Ostend Campus
Wetenschapspark 1, Plassendale 1
B-8400 Ostend, Belgium
Tel: +

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