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The ModSim 2020 Organizing Committee would like to thank all of the speakers, participants, and attendees for joining us at this first-ever virtual version of Workshop on Modeling & Simulation of Systems and Applications. We appreciate everyone’s efforts to support and grow our research community and look forward to seeing you again (in person) next year.

Keynote Speaker

photo of Margaret Martonosi

Margaret Martonosi

US National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Assistant Director for Computer and information Science and Engineering (CISE)

Presenting: Computer Systems Research and Design in the Post-Moore Era: Navigating the Seismic Shift

Motivation

Over the years, this workshop has provided a forum for educating and growing the modeling and simulation (ModSim) research community. 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, including examining relevant system architecture trends, co-design implications, new tools and technologies, and even the impact of exascale, to name a few. This year, we look forward to engaging the still-growing community as we assess Modeling and Simulation in the Artificial Intelligence Era.

Organizing Committee

Adolfy Hoisie (BNL, Chair)
Shekhar Borkar (Qualcomm)
Pradip Bose (IBM)
Bruce Childers (University of Pittsburgh)
Dan Ernst (HPE)
Patricia Foy (BNL)
Bruce Jacob (University of Maryland)

Hyesoon Kim (Georgia Tech)
Jason Lowe-Power (UC Davis)
Bob Mrosky (University of Maryland)
Scott Pakin (LANL)
Charity Plata (BNL)
Martin Schulz (Technical University of Munich)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

Steering Committee

Rich Carlson (DOE/SC)
Almadena Chtchelkanova (NSF)
Bill Harrod (IARPA)

Robert Hoekstra (Sandia)
Adolfy Hoisie (BNL)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

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Workshop Update

Important Dates

February 11, 2020 Workshop registration opens
July 31, 2020 Workshop registration closes
July 31, 2020 Additional guest registration for non-U.S. Citizens closes

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