MODSIM2013 is continuing in Adelaide. Jerzy Filar (Flinders University) and Russell Glenn (Australian National University) will be giving plenary presentations, and there will be over 200 other talks today.
In the afternoon, I will be chairing a session on Homeland Security and Emergency Management applications of modelling and simulation, which includes six presentations:
- Modeling and Simulation for Homeland Security: K.L. Stamber, T.J. Brown, D.J. Pless, and A. Berscheid
- Algebraic models for path-based measures in time-ordered social networks [full paper elsewhere]: N. Kontoleon, L. Falzon, and P. Pattison
- Using models to compare the effectiveness of alternative strategic security arrangements [abstract only]: R.A. Nunes-Vaz, S. Lord, D. Bilusich, and L. Chim
- An Investigation of the Effectiveness of Interdiction Regimes Against Terrorist Attacks in an Urban Transport Hub: D. Keep, I. Piper, and A. Green
- Microsimulation Study of the Release of Pneumonic Plague and Smallpox on a Synthetic Civilian Population: A. Green, I. Piper, and D. Keep
- Statistics of chemical tracer concentration in a multi-compartment structure measured with a sensor network: S. Karunasekera, A. Skvortsov, A. Gunatilaka, and D. Pitaliadda
The conference dinner will also be held today. That will be fun!