Registration will open in June 2017. Each accepted paper must have a unique registration and a corresponding presentation at the conference by one of the paper’s authors. Board approval is required if any single registration is attached to more than one paper. Registration deadline: November 3, 2017.
*Members of ACM/SIGSIM, ASA, ASIM (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Simulation), IEEE/SMC, IIE, INFORMS, INFORMS Simulation Society, NIST and SCS.
Cancellation deadline is 11/21/17. Cancellations must be received no later than November 21, 2017 for a refund less $50 processing fee.
Registration fee includes:
• Admission to the technical sessions, keynote addresses and Titans presentations
• Admission to the MASM Conference
• CD-ROM or USB flash drive of WSC Proceedings with full papers
• WSC Mobile App
• Hard-copy program with abstracts of all papers
• Monday evening General Reception
• Exhibit hall
• Refreshment breaks
Important Registration Information:
*Student Registration: For student registration, the applicant must scan and upload a copy of his/her student ID and a letter from a faculty member stating that the student is a current full time student at the institution. If you are unable to upload, please email documents to email@example.com.
*All papers and posters must have a paid registration by the presenting author by November 1. Any paper or poster without a paid registration will be pulled from the program.
*Each accepted paper must have a separate, paid registration. Authors who wish to present more than one paper on a single registration must contact the Program Chair by September 1 to request permission for this. Clearly state which papers will be presented on the registration. These will be unusual circumstances and approved at the discretion of the conference leadership.
*Any presenter of a paper / poster must be an author of the said paper/poster.
*Failure to appear to give a paper will result in removal of the paper from the abstracted Proceedings except in extreme circumstances such as illness or a death in immediate family. Such situations must be notified to the Program Chair as soon as possible. Not obtaining a visa or permission to travel does NOT constitute a legitimate reason to not a give a paper. Visas and other travel documents/permissions must be applied for well in advance of the conference.
*Invitation letters: for purposes of obtaining a visa, please send a request for the letter to John Fowler. Not obtaining a visa or permission to travel does NOT constitute a legitimate reason to not a give a paper. Visas and other travel documents/permissions must be applied for well in advance of the conference.
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