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25 Dec / 2012
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11 Jul / 2012
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25 Aug / 2015
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The new version of the CoSMoS (Component-based System Modeling and Simulation) is available at http://acims.asu.edu/software/cosmos/. Modelers can specify behavior for any atomic DEVS  model using Statecharts method.

11 Apr / 2015
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A new DEVS-Suite Simulator (Version 3.0.0) is released (April 10, 2015). This simulator supports generating/visualizing super-dense time trajectories (i.e., zero-time step state transitions with I/O and +/- infinity bands for time advance function. For more information see Superdense Time Trajectories for DEVS Simulation Models.

30 Dec / 2014
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14 May / 2014
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25 Mar / 2014
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Prof. Zeigler visited the School of Automation Science and Electrical Engineering, Beihang University. His lectures focused on DEVS and Modeling and Simulation Grand Challenges from Systems of Systems vantage point. For more see the January 2014 SCS News Letter.

01 Mar / 2014
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Graduate Research Assistantship in Computer Science (available Summer 2014)

Description: Research focuses on modeling and simulation of coupled human and landscape systems. The research involves developing ideas and methods for creating simulation models and experiments. This project involves collaboration with domain experts engaged in studying human activities using agent-based modeling and landscape processes using discrete-time and statistical modeling. The duration of this research assistantship is expected to be 4 years.

Skills: Strong foundation in software development and discrete mathematics; Proficiency in Java or C/C++ programming; Experience in software engineering tools.

If you are interested, please submit the following documents in PDF format to Hessam Sarjoughian (hss@asu.edu).

1. One- or two-page resume. It must list course work with grades, course projects, and professional experience that cover the above skills
2. Undergraduate GPA, Graduate GPA if applicable, GRE General, and GRE Subject if available
3. One-page description of your interests in research and goals after graduation

Curriculum vita may be requested after initial evaluation of your resume and research statement description. Applicants with MS degrees or 2+ years of professional experience are preferred.

15 Oct / 2013
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Professor Bernard Zeigler is the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award 2013 of the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences Simulation Society. The award will be presented at the opening session of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference.

22 Sep / 2013
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Professor Bernard P. Zeigler will deliver a Keynote Lecture at the SIMULTECH 2014, Vienna, Austria.

22 Sep / 2013
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Hessam S. Sarjoughian received 2013 Distinguished Service Award (see SCS Awards List).

13 Apr / 2013
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    Rodrigo Castro, PhD

from the University of Buenos Aires, Department of Computer Science is the recipient of the 2013 DEVS PhD award. Congratulations! more …