June 9-12, 2003 - UPV, Valencia, Spain

Conference Workshops



Conference Workshops

Workshop on Modelling and Simulation in the Textile Industry

Textile processes simulation: modelling and simulation in clothing, dyeing and finishing process simulation, production units simulation, textile logistics, spinning mill, spinning simulation, sales forecasting, weaving and knitting simulation...Textile products and materials simulations: textile products simulation and textile chemistry : composite materials, dynamical behaviour of textile structures, fireproofing simulation, flame retardant products, new textiles properties evaluation by simulation, smart and communicating clothes, chemical processes simulation in textiles. Submit your proposal here

Workshop on Intelligent Transport Systems

A broad range of diverse technologies, known collectively as intelligent transportation systems (ITS), holds the answer to many of our transportation problems. ITS is comprised of a number of technologies, including information processing, communications, control, and electronics. Joining these technologies to our transportation system will save lives, time and money.  ITS enables people and goods to move more safely and efficiently through a state-of-the-art, intermodal transportation system. Simulating this aspect of transportation is one of the major challenges of our time. Submit your proposal here

Workshop MATN ((Multimedia: Applications, Technologies and Networks).

Topics: - Multimedia and applications: a.. E-learning b.. Collaborative work c.. Telemedicine - Multimedia and technologies: a.. QoS (RSVP, Diffserv, SBM, etc.) b.. Protocols (RTP/RTCP, RTSP, SDP, SIP, IPv6, etc.) c.. Programming languages (Java, SMIL, Windows API, etc.) - Multimedia and networks: a.. Multimedia in wireless networks (UMTS, GPRS, 802.11, etc.) b.. Multimedia in Content Delivery Networks (Web caching, simulations, etc.) c.. Multimedia in corporative networks (cases of study). Submit your proposal here

Workshop Agents for Autonomous Simulation

More information can be found on the SUNY website. Submit your proposal here


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Manufacturing companies need an understanding of worker behaviour to design systems. System modelling can be an invaluable aid to improving organisational design. Current modelling tools however, do not properly represent people and variations in their performance. This is especially the case with manufacturing system design, where computer-based simulation tools are frequently used as aids within organisational improvement programmes. This ‘gap’ in modelling capability is a serious limitation, and one which the
HPM-net [] has been set up to research. Many opportunities exist for exploitation both inside and outside manufacturing, but many challenges remain. The workshop is designed to understand current thinking and stimulate strategic research directions surrounding the Human Performance Modelling. Our work on HPM and the network would be presented.
If you would like to participate in the workshop, register your name here


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