07 - 08 November 2013


The Association for Modeling and Simulation in Enterprises (AMSE) is pleased to announce the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MODELING AND SIMULATION (MS’13 Chania) which will be held in Chania Crete, Greece 7th -8th November 2013.

Scientific research in modeling and simulation needs new techniques and models in order to deal with new complex problems and environments. The use of computational intelligence and related techniques are needed to face systems where classical methods are not enough. Dealing with imprecision, vagueness and uncertainty is a part of reality which cannot be avoided.

The AMSE association, through this International Conference, wants to offer a forum for exchanging ideas and experience among researchers and practitioners working in the field of modeling and simulation, on topics related to the advancement of research, methods, techniques, applications and projects based on fuzzy sets and systems, soft computing, intelligent systems, new quantitative methods and related applications.

The International Conference aim is to stimulate scientific exchanges, promote international co-operation between the academic community and companies, and disseminate results of theoretical and applied research.

All submitted papers will be peer reviewed and accepted papers will be published in a book of proceedings by World Scientific. The proceedings will be submitted for indexing in major databases such as the ISI Web of Knowledge.


  • Fuzzy Sets and Systems
  • Neural Networks
  • Metaheuristics and Evolutionary Techniques
  • Data Mining and Machine Learning
  • Probabilistic Reasoning
  • Decision Making and Decision Support Systems
  • Knowledge Engineering and Management
  • Expert Systems
  • Soft Computing
  • Chaotic Systems
  • Cognitive Models
  • Hybrid Systems
  • Rough Sets
  • Man-machine Interfaces
  • Computational Methods for Optimization, Data Analysis, and Decision Making
  • Applications in Economics, Finance, Management, and Engineering

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