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2009 Spring Simulation Interoperability Workshop

sponsored by the


Simulation Interoperability Standards Organization (SISO)
Co-located with the
Spring Simulation Multiconference 2009



sponsored by
The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS)

Doubletree Hotel
San Diego-Mission Valley, CA
23-27 March 2009

Please click the 2009 Spring SIW link under
Upcoming
SISO Events on the main SISO web page,
http://www.sisostds.org for more detailed (and more colorful)
information.

The SIWs are semiannual events encompassing a broad range of model
and simulation issues, applications, and communities, with the
overall goal of identifying and supporting the development of
products to facilitate simulation interoperability standards and
reuse. The SIW includes working sessions addressing interoperability
and reuse requirements and issues; tutorials on state-of-the-art
methodologies, tools, and techniques; and exhibits presenting the
latest technological advances.


Tracks and Forums
USER COMMUNITY FORUMS
ANL Forum
T&E Forum
RD&E Forum
TRAIN
Forum

SPECIALTY AREA FORUMS
Applications Track
SMAS
- System Management and Support Forum merges SAPD, LOG and VWS
CMSS
- Crisis Management and Societal Security Forum
SPACE
Community Forum
Command Control Communications Computers Intelligence Surveillance
and Reconnaissance Track
C2/M&S
- Command & Control/M&S Services Forum
IO-ISR
- Information Operations Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Forum
Distributed Simulation Development Track
DSPT
- Distributed Simulation Process and Tools Forum
SMS
Compose - Synthetic Mission Space Composability Forum
VV&A
- Verification Validation & Accreditation Forum
CFI
- Communication Frameworks and Infrastructure Forum
SNE/SENS
- Simulated Natural Environment/Sensor Modeling Forum

KEY DATES:
10 Nov 08 -- Abstracts due in electronic form
26 Nov 08 -- Abstract accept/reject notifications
14 Jan 09 -- Papers due in electronic form
30 Jan 09 -- Paper accept/reject notifications
12 Feb 09 -- Final paper revisions due
19 Feb 09 -- Hotel/early registration deadline
11 Mar 09 -- PowerPoint presentations due
23 Mar 09 -- Spring SIW opens




ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INFORMATION.
The Workshop invites papers and presentations relating to distributed
simulation standards, applications, and technologies,
interoperability issues, and other topics identified below and on the
SISO web site. Abstracts are reviewed and selected by Planning and
Review Panels (PRPs) and leaders of the individual Forums and Groups.
Papers are considered for presentation in one or more Forums and
Groups. Abstract and paper format requirements are described in the
Author's Guide posted on the SISO web site.

Individuals who wish to participate should complete and submit an
abstract, using the submission form provided on the SISO web site. If
you have any problems or are unable to submit to the web site, please
contact Pat Burgess
<[log in to unmask]>, phone:
407-882-1372, fax: 407-658-5059.


2009 Spring SIW Focus:
Network Modeling and Network Simulation Interoperability

Networks are a more critical component of our enterprises than ever
before and yet we often guess at how they will perform in the
enterprise. Add in the complexities of ad hoc networks and mobile
devices, and prediction of overall enterprise performance becomes
even less concrete. Even when we have good models of our networks,
when we integrate enterprises, they come with their own network
models that are often non-interoperable. This workshop will focus on
advances in modeling rapidly changing networks to support distributed
enterprises, and interoperability of network models.

EXPERIENCE WITH SISO STANDARDS
SISO invites papers that report the results of experiences with
SISO-developed standards and guidelines. We are looking for feedback
(positive or negative) on the utility of our products. If the
author(s) indicate in both the abstract and in the completed paper
that they are submitting a "SISO Standards Experiences" paper, these
papers will be highlighted in a listing in the SIW Workshop Agenda.

INDIVIDUAL FORUM AND GROUP CALLS FOR PAPERS
Generally, papers and presentations are considered in three main categories:

User Community Forums, which examine and promote topics of interest
related to the use and adequacy of available simulation capabilities
and new capabilities needed by M&S users.
Specialty Area Forums, which examine and promote current and emerging
simulation processes and technology.
Special Sessions, which deal with topics that merit timely
solicitation of feedback from the SISO community.
For a detailed list of the
Tracks
and Forums,
Study
Groups, and
Product
Development Groups meeting at this workshop, and their specific
interest areas, see the corresponding links at
http://www.sisostds.org.

TECHNICAL EXHIBITS AND DEMONSTRATIONS
Throughout the week, several organizations will provide exhibits and
demonstrations of materials, software, and equipment relevant to
distributed simulation applications. The exhibit/demonstration area
will be open during the lunch breaks each day and from late afternoon
to early evening.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
SISO Sponsorship provides a means for organizations to gain
representation and benefits in partnership with the activities and
operation of SISO. Sponsors enjoy the following privileges:

Printing of Sponsor's corporate logos on SISO flyers and printed material
Display of logos and links from the SISO web site to the Sponsor's web site
10% Discount on all SISO fees (workshop registration fees, booth rental, etc.)
Invitation to Speaker's lunch at SIWs (with to EXCOM and VIPs).
Organizations may also help sponsor the reception held on the opening
day of the SIW, or a day of coffee breaks. The reception enables
sponsors to meet and talk with the other attendees in a casual
atmosphere of food and drink.

For information on becoming a SISO Sponsor or sponsorship of the
reception or coffee breaks, contact Duncan Miller,
[log in to unmask]

DOD PARTICIPATION. The Office of the Secretary of Defense has
reviewed the plans for this Workshop and issued the following
determination: "The Department of Defense finds this event meets the
minimum regulatory standards for attendance by DoD employees. This
finding does not constitute a blanket approval or endorsement for
attendance. Individual DoD Component commands or organizations are
responsible for approving attendance of its DoD employees based on
mission requirements and DoD regulations."

DRESS CODE ADVISORY. The workshop atmosphere is intentionally
informal. Jackets/ties/heels are discouraged, especially after the
Monday Plenary session. At the Monday afternoon Plenary, military
speakers wear the Uniform of the Day. The Uniform of the Day or
civilian attire are appropriate on subsequent days.

SITE AND ACCOMMODATIONS. The Workshop will be held at the DoubleTree
Inn, Mission Valley, San Diego. The special conference rate is
$179/night. A government per diem rate is also available for a
limited number of rooms. Proof of status will be required to obtain
the government rate. Make your reservations at the
2009
Spring SIW page or by contacting IEEE MCM at 1-800-810-4333 (in the
U.S. or Canada), +732-981-3414 (outside the U.S. or Canada), by
faxing your request to 732-465-6447, or by emailing it to
<[log in to unmask]>.

GOVERNMENT PER DIEM AND CONFERENCE LODGING ALLOWANCES. Please note
that an exception to normal government per diem rates is permitted
for conferences in accordance with
Part
301-74.9 of Federal Travel Regulations. This exception may be cited
on US government travel request forms. SISO's access to meeting
space at the conference conference depends on our guarantee of an
agreed-upon number of lodging room-nights. Please plan to stay at
the conference hotel!

REGISTRATION. The Workshop registration form is available on-line at
the
2009
Spring SIW page. Please note that the early
registration deadline (and the deadline for the special room rate) is
19 February 2009. Fees range from $575 for early registration
through $650 for on-site registration, with discounts available for
SISO sponsor and sustaining members. Student registrations are
available at a 50% discount, with proof of valid, current status as a
full-time university undergraduate or graduate student.

CERTIFIED MODELING AND SIMULATION PROFESSIONAL RECERTIFICATION UNITS
This workshop qualifies for Recertification Units (RU's) for the
Certified Modeling and Simulation Professionals (CMSP) as
administered by the Modeling and Simulation Professional
Certification Commission (MSPCC,
http://www.SimProfessional.org).


SISO CONFERENCE COMMITTEE

Sarah Trbovich (Chair)
Chris Rouget (Vice Chair)
Jim Coolahan (Secretary)
Emmet Beeker
Wink Bennett Jr.
Chales Cohen
Priscilla Elfrey
Bret Givens
Jim Kogler (SAC Vice Chair)
Grover Lollar
Austin Stoudenmire
Steve Swenson



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