The Symposium of Theory and Foundations is the merge of two successful symposia at the Spring Simulation Conference: Theory of Modelling and Simulation, DEVS Integrative Symposium and the Model-Driven Approaches for Simulation Engineering.
The Symposium of Theory of Modeling and Simulation started as a continuation of the bi-annual series of AIS conferences (Artificial Intelligence, Simulation and Planning in High Autonomy Systems) held during the ’90s. The DEVS Symposium, held in SpringSim since 2005, started as an annual symposium with focus on the DEVS formalism.
Mod4Sim has been originally held as a workshop under the aegis of the Theory of Modeling & Simulation (TMS) SpringSim symposium. Because of its success, it became its own symposium in 2016.
At present, the symposium focuses on different topics in theoretical, foundational and application oriented aspects of Modeling and Simulation. In the last 3 years we have received around 100 submissions of which 30% are accepted.
In this page you will find information about recent conferences.
2018 – Baltimore, MD, USA: TMS/DEVS (program) / Mod4Sim (program)
2017 – Virginia Beach, VA, USA: TMS/DEVS (program) / Mod4Sim (program)
2016 – Pasadena, CA, US: TMS/DEVS (program) / Mod4Sim (program)
2015 – Alexandria, VA, USA (program)
2014 – Tampa, FL, USA (program)
2013 – San Diego, CA, USA (program)
2012 – Orlando, FL, USA (program)
2011 – Boston, MA, USA (program)
2010 – Orlando, FL, USA (program)
2009 – San Diego, CA, USA (program)
2008 – Ottawa, ON, Canada (program)
2007 – Norfolk, Virginia, USA (program)
2006 – Huntsville, AL, USA ( program)
2005 – San Diego, CA, USA (program)