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The Third International Workshop on Simulation Science (SimScience) will take place from May 7 to May 9, 2025 in Clausthal-Zellerfeld.

SimScience 2025

Simulation-based analysis and engineering techniques are traditionally a research focus of Clausthal University of Technology and University of Göttingen, which is especially reflected in their common interdisciplinary research cluster “Simulation Science Center Clausthal-Göttingen”. The third “Clausthal-Göttingen International Workshop on Simulation Science” aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from both industry and academia to report on the latest advances on simulation science. Artificial Intelligence is a powerful tool that in many cases allows more rapid and more efficient evaluation and prediction of research data compared to conventional methods. However, the predictive power of artificial intelligence depends on the availability of large data sets. Therefore, there are various scenarios in different disciplines including natural science, materials engineering, economy and social sciences in which simulations are needed. The workshop therefore focuses on both simulations and AI and their interaction.

Plenary Speakers

Confirmed plenary speakers:

  • Prof. Dr. Franziska Klügl,
    Örebro University (Sweden), Homepage
  • Prof. Dr. Alexander Hartmaier,
    Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany), Homepage
  • Prof. Dr. Piotr Faliszewski,
    AGH University of Science and Technology (Poland), Homepage

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Topics of Interest

The workshop considers the broad area of AI and simulation with a focus on (but not restricted to):

  • Material science and engineering (MSE)
    Development and applications of computational techniques in material simulation (simulation at micro atomistic, meso and macro (continuum) scales including scale bridging; diffusive, convective transport and chemical processes in materials; simulation of granular matter), Machine Learning (ML) in MSE (properties/microstructure prediction; ML in atomistic simulations; ML on continuum simulations; materials discovery)
  • Socio-technical systems
    Simulation of human-machine interaction (trust dimensions for human-machine hand-in-hand collaboration; validation and verification for self-adapting systems; real-time models and anticipation of human behavior in team collaboration; decentralized scheduling under complex real-world constraints; fairness and trust among heterogeneous user preferences), opinion dynamics, multi-agent systems, agent-based models, interactive simulation
  • Optimization of networks
    Public and transportation networks, computer and sensor networks, queueing networks, Internet of Things (IoT) environments, electrical power grids, simulation of uncertain optimization problems, simulation of complex stochastic systems, simulation and optimization of productions and logistic systems / digital twins, process mining

Call for Papers & Submission

The Call for Papers for the SimScience 2025 conference is available as pdf. The deadline for submitting extended abstracts (2 pages) is December 9, 2024.


The SimScience 2025 workshop is organized by

The SimScience 2025 workshop is supported by