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Over the years, this workshop has provided a forum for engaging, educating and growing the modeling and simulation (ModSim) research community from academia, industry, and government. In addition to closely surveying the current state of the art, the ModSim workshop has addressed areas that have been crucial to expanding ModSim-related research, and foster advances in methods, uses, and reach for ModSim. Areas of emphasis include examining relevant system architecture trends, quantitative co-design, new tools and technologies, or the impact of advances in computing technologies at all scales from the processor to the extreme, to name a few. This year, we look forward to engaging the still-growing community as we take a look at "ModSim for Disruptive Technologies."

Organizing Committee

Adolfy Hoisie (BNL, Chair)
Shekhar Borkar (Qualcomm)
Pradip Bose (IBM)
Bruce Childers (U. of Pittsburgh)
Dan Ernst (Microsoft)
Patricia Foy (BNL)
Lizy John (U. of Texas, Austin)
David Kanter (ML Commons)
Hyesoon Kim (Georgia Tech)
Jason Lowe-Power (UC Davis)
Brian Page (DoD)
Satoshi Matsuoka (RIKEN Center for Computational Science)
Charity Plata (BNL)
Martin Schulz (Technical U. of Munich)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

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Steering Committee

Almadena Chtchelkanova (NSF)
Hal Finkel (DOE/SC)
Bill Harrod (IARPA)
Robert Hoekstra (Sandia, & Representing NNSA)
Adolfy Hoisie (Chair of the Organizing Committee)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)


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Important Dates

March 22, 2023 General registration opens
July 14, 2023 General registration closes
July 3, 2023 Additional non-U.S. citizens registration deadline for all participants who do not have an active appointment with Brookhaven Lab

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