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SSC 2016 : Social Simulation Conference

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Link: http://ssc2016.cnr.it/
 
When Sep 19, 2016 - Sep 23, 2016
Where Rome (IT)
Submission Deadline Apr 4, 2016
Notification Due Jun 6, 2016
Categories    agent-based modeling   social simulations   computational social science
 

Call For Papers

The SOCIAL SIMULATION CONFERENCE, SSC 2016, will be held in Rome, September
19-23, 2016, as the 6th joint meeting of ESSA, PAAA, and CSSSA.

For more info: http://ssc2016.cnr.it

We cordially invite researchers and practitioners from all over the world
to Rome, "caput mundi", to share their latest results and foster our
understanding of social complexity problems by means of computational
simulations. We welcome contributions from researchers and practitioners
with an interest in social simulation, from a wide range of disciplines,
including anthropology, archaeology, artificial intelligence, biology,
computer science, economics, environmental sciences, geography, history,
political sciences, psychology and sociology, whether theoretical,
experimental, practical, or technical.

SSC2016 will be the 6th joint meeting (previously known as WCSS) of the
three main scientific societies for Social Simulation, Social Systems
Science and Computational Social Science:

• ESSA (European Social Simulation Association), representing Europe;
• PAAA (Pacific-Asian Association for Agent-based Approach in Social
Systems Sciences), representing Asia and Oceania;
• CSSSA (Computational Social Science Society of America), representing the
Americas.


------------------Important Dates

Deadline for submissions: Monday, April 4
Notification of acceptance: Monday, June 6 (6/6/2016)!
Deadline early registration: Thursday, July 30
Start late On-site registration: Monday, September 5
Conference starts: Monday, September 19


------------------Guide for Authors

Submissions have to be sent via Easychair. If you want to submit for a
special session, the ESSA@work track or the PhD Colloquium (details on the
website) you can tag your paper accordingly on the Easychair website:
https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ssc2016

The following types of contributions are accepted:

• Full papers – 10 to 12 pages, detailed presentation of theory,
methodology and/or simulation results.
• Extended abstracts – 3 to 4 pages, presenting research in progress with
enough detail to ensure proper evaluation and discussion.
• Posters – size A1 (smaller sizes are acceptable), presenting work in
progress. An abstract (1-2 pages) should be submitted before contributions
deadline.
• PhD Student projects – 3 to 4 pages, which present research ideas (i.e.,
a puzzle, a rationale for using social simulation models, methodology and
expected results), to be discussed during the a PhD Colloquium to be held
on a dedicated session, involving a group of PhD students and senior
researchers.

All the submissions must be in the Springer LNAI format:
http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0. All the
submissions will be reviewed by at least two independent experts.

The best full papers will be selected to be presented in plenary sessions.
Other full papers and all the extended abstracts will be presented in
parallel sessions.


------------------Topics

For a list of relevant topics, please refer to the conference website at
http://www.ssc2016.cnr.it/call-for-papers/12/conference-topics


------------------Proceedings and publications

Conference pre-proceedings will be published online. Selected papers will
be invited for publication in special issues of journals that will be
announced later.


------------------Awards

PhD students who are principal authors will be considered for the “Best
Student Paper - ESSA 2016” award (350 EUR) and the “Best Student Poster -
ESSA 2016” award (150 EUR). The awards will be announced and bestowed
during the conference closing session.


------------------Organising committee:

General Chair
Mario Paolucci, ISTC-CNR – Italy

Program Co-Chairs
Tim Gulden, Rand Corporation – US, CSSSA President
Flaminio Squazzoni, University of Brescia – Italy, ESSA President
Takao Terano, Tokyo Institute of Technology – Japan, PAAA President

For any information, please contact ssc2016@easychair.org

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