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Eighth EAI International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques

August 24–26, 2015 | Athens, Greece

Eighth EAI International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques

Dear all,


we are happy to announce that the proceedings from Simutools 2015 have just been released in ACM DL.

You can find them on the following link:


Thank you to all the attendees for making SIMUTOOLS2015 a great success!

We look forward to seeing you at next year´s edition.


SIMUTOOLS2015 Attendees

Speaker Presentations can be found in the 'Final Program in Full Section'. 

SIMUTools 2015 is the eighth edition of the annual International Conference on Simulation Tools and Techniques. The conference is being held in cooperation with ACM SIGSIM. Being held in Athens, Greece, the conference focuses on a broad range of research challenges in the field of simulation, modelling and analysis, addressing current and future trends in simulation techniques, models, practices and software. The conference is dedicated to fostering interdisciplinary collaborative research in these areas and across a wide spectrum of application domains.

Building on the success of the previous seven editions (2008-2014), this year's edition will provide an exciting forum for interaction among academic and industry researchers together with practitioners from both the simulation community and the different user communities.



  • The event is endorsed by the European Alliance for Innovation, a leading community-based organisation devoted to the advancement of innovation in the field of ICT.


SIMUTools' general topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Simulation methods: discrete event, parallel and distributed simulation, time synchronization, load balancing and migration, model partitioning, hybrid simulation, simulation-interoperation, multi-resolution and multi-scale simulation

  • Simulation techniques: service-oriented, agent-based, web-based, component-based, symbiotic simulation

  • Simulation software: environments, tools, libraries, and frameworks

  • Simulation performance: GPU-based simulation, simulation in the cloud, scalability, performance analysis

  • Modeling formalisms: DEVS, Petri Nets, process algebras, state charts, and others

  • Simulation verification, validation, accreditation, and analysis: benchmark models, simulation-based verification, workflows, simulation experiment design, and optimization

  • Simulation packages:widely used frameworks such as Modelica, ns-2/3, OPNET, Qualnet, OMNET++, and other open source software for modeling and simulation