Welcome to SEL!

Welcome to the website of the Software Engineering Laboratory (SEL), located at the Dept. of Enterprise Engineering of the University of Rome Tor Vergata. The research group at SEL is led by Prof. Andrea D'Ambrogio.

Mod4Sim 2020

The Mod4Sim track is part of the SCS 2020 Spring Simulation Conference (SpringSim), held on May 19-21 at the George Mason University, Fairfax Campus (Virginia, USA). Papers accepted for presentation will be published in both IEEE Xplore and ACM Digital Library.

Advanced Tutorials Track at WSC 2019

The Advanced Tutorials track at the 2019 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC 2019) is oriented toward experienced practitioners and researchers who want to hear about the most recent developments, presented in a directly applicable form. The track  includes tutorials that focus on topics of special interest, as well as the latest theory and methods and resulting modeling, simulation, and analysis tools.

2019 Spring Simulation Conference

SpringSim19 logo

The 2019 Spring Simulation Conference (SpringSim’19) is an annual conference sponsored by The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS), which covers state-of-the-art developments in Modeling & Simulation (M&S). SpringSim’19 invites original contributions to the theory and practice of modeling and simulation in any scientific or engineering discipline including but not limited to:

Exciting keynote talks at SummerSim 2018!

Two excellent keynotes have been given during the 2018 Summer Simulation Conference (SummerSim'18) held in Bordeaux (France), July 9-12.

Andreas Tolk has given a keynote on "Simulation and Modeling as the Essence of Computational Science", in which he has illustrated how modeling and simulated based research contributes to improve computational sciences, including having a look at the supporting philosophy of science perspectives.

Modeling Methodology Track at WSC 2018

The Modeling Methodology track will be held as part of the Winter Simulation Conference 2018 (WSC 2018) – December 9-12 Gothenburg, Sweden. The track is interested in methodological advances with respect to the theory and practice of modeling and simulation. These may include approaches to formal model development, data capture, model building, verification, validation, experimentation, and optimization. New modeling and simulation formalisms and extensions to current formalisms are welcome. The track is also interested in contributions to the advancement of the technology, methods, and software used to support modeling.

CoMetS 2018

Modeling and Simulation (M&S) is increasingly becoming a central activity in the design of new systems and in the analysis of existing systems because it enables designers and researchers to investigate systems behaviour through virtual representations.