ASIA SIMULATION CONFERENCE 2009
JSST 2009

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 Conference Program: Program(ver.10.10)(PDF) Session information (PDF)
 Program for Poster Session: Program information

 Presentation Information

   The following information is available:

       Information for Oral Presenters
       Information for Chairs
       Information for Poster Presenters


<<Conference Program>>

 October 7, AM 10.00-13.00:

  • Opening Ceremony
  • Keynote (1)
        Geant4 - A Simulation Toolkit for Elementary Particles and Nuclei
           
           Makoto Asai (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Japan),
           Takashi Sasaki (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan)
  • Keynote (2)
        The Status Quo and Future of Industrial Process Simulation in China

           Qidi WU (Tongji University, China)

  • Keynote (3)
        Simulation of Deformation in Robotics

           Shinichi Hirai (Ritsumeikan University, Japan)

 October 7 PM 14.00-18.00:
  • Organized Sessions
        - Visualization/Virtual Reality
        - Monte Carlo Method
        - Virtual Prototyping
  • General Session
        - Parameter Estimation

 October 7 Evening 18.00-:
  • Welcome Party
        Venue : Ristorante VERSARE
        http://www.versare1996.com/access.html, Map


 October 8 AM 09.00-13.00:
  • Keynote (4)
        An Architecture of a Model-Management-System
           Axel Lehmann (Universitaet der Bundeswehr Muenchen, Germany)
  • Keynote (5)
        Virtual Laboratory as Effective E-Learning Teaching Aids in Control Systems
           Marzuki Khalid (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia)

  • General Session
        - Complex System
        - Control System
        - Simulation Platform
        - Computational Engineering
        - Visual Simulation

 October 8 PM 14.00-18.00:
  • Organized Sessions
        - Visualization/Virtual Reality
        - Monte Carlo Method
        - Virtual Prototyping
        - Dynamical Analysis
  • General Session
        - Computational Engineering
        - Visual Simulation


 October 8 Evening 19.00-:
  • Banquet
        Venue : JUNSEI Restaurant<BR>
        http://www.to-fu.co.jp/en/contact.html

    You can use the complimentary shuttle service to Banquet venue from
    Ritsumeikan University

 October 9 AM 09.00-13.00:
  • Keynote (6)
        Micro-Satellite "Maido-1 (SOHLA-1)": Lessons Learned in
        Design, Development and Operation
           Hiroshi Okubo (Osaka Prefecture University, Japan)
  • Keynote (7)
        The Next-Generation Supercomputer Project
           Tadashi Watanabe (RIKEN, Japan)
  • Organized Sessions
        - Brain Simulation
  • General Session
        - Engineering Application
        - Agent-based Modeling
        - Transportation System
        - Medical Application
        - System Design

 October 9 PM 14.00-18.00:
  • Organized Sessions
        - Brain Simulation
  • General Session
        - Engineering Application
        - Agent-basedModeling
        - Transportations System
        - Network Application

<<Poster Session and Corporate Exhibition>>

 Open each day during this conference:

        - Poster Session
        - Corporate Exhibition


<<Presentation Information>>
 

Oral Presenters


  • Timing
        - 15 minutes including questions(3 minutes)
        - Chairs will stop presenters/questions after 15 minutes
  • Presentation Equipment
        - Connection available for your own portable PC
        - Projector
       
  • Pre-Presentation
      During the break prior to your session, ensure you have,
        - reporting to the chair(s),
        - preparing your presentation,
        - testing that your own portable PC works on the system.
     

Chairs


  • Timing
      Ensure your session runs strictly on schedule
        - Arrive early
        - Ensure all presentations preloaded before the session begins
        - Maximum 15 minutes per presentation
        - Missing Presenter, keep to the schedule, do not re-arrange slots,
         keep the unfilled slot empty
  • Equipment