NTSA’s MODSIM 2013 to Explore Entire Spectrum of Modeling and Simulation Technology

Arlington, VA (PRWEB) April 23, 2013

The National Training and Simulation Association (NTSA) is pleased to announce that registration is open for MODSIM 2013, a unique multi-disciplinary conference for the exchange of modeling and simulation knowledge, research and technology across industry, government and academia. The event, which will feature Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell as a keynote speaker on May 1, will be held from April 30 to May 2, 2013, in the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, VA.

For those interested or involved in modeling and simulation, MODSIM 2013 is one event that cannot be missed. Experts will examine the vast and varied world of modeling and simulation in full detail across all disciplines at MODSIM 2013, with invaluable insight into the future promise of the industry and technology.

Unique in its promise to increase knowledge while reducing practice barriers among all users of modeling and simulation, MODSIM will feature the latest research and thinking in seven tracks: Homeland Security and Cyber Analytics; Education and Workforce Development; Defense; Healthcare and Medicine; Manufacturing, Transportation and Logistics; Engineering and Applied Science and Crosscutting Applications in M&S.

Exhibitors include the Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center (VMASC); the Georgia Tech Research Institute; Di-Guy; MS&T Magazine; Loyola Enterprises; the Commonwealth Center for Advanced Logistic Systems; Newport News Shipbuilding (Huntington Ingalls Industries); General Dynamics; and Engility.

Registration for this key event is open, and time is of the essence. For complete schedule details, visit http://www.modsimworldconference.com. With any remaining questions, contact Samantha Riemer at sriemer(at)ndia(dot)org or 703-247-9490. Please note that active duty military and government civilian employees are invited to register at no charge.

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