Submissions are Closed
Revised submissions may be made through the EasyChair conference system. Instructions and access are here. Deadline: July 1st 2009.
PhD students who wish to be considered for a bursary or award and who are
the principal author of a submitted paper should indicate this by choosing
the appropriate option during the electronic submission procedure.
There will be up to 5 bursaries each worth £500 (c. €600) available for PhD
students who are the principal author of an accepted paper. To be eligible
the student must attend the conference; be a paid-up member of ESSA; and not
have access to other sources of funding.
Separately, all PhD students who are principal authors will be considered
for a “Best Student Paper – ESSA 2009” award at the conference.
Participants who wish to appy for the "Volterra Consulting Replication Prize" may click here for eligibility and submission details.
Although papers on any subject relevant to social simulation are acceptable,
there will be a number of special sessions during the conference. These are as follows:
If you want your paper to be programmed into a special sesssion then indicate this when submitting this by choosing the topic from the list
in the EasyChair submission pages. Your paper will be evaluated in exactly the same way as all other papers at ESSA 2009, but will be scheduled
within a session for that Topic.
|15th April, 2009||Deadline for submissions
|1st June, 2009||Notification of acceptance
|1st June, 2009||Registration opens
|1st July, 2009||Deadline for submission of final versions of papers
|14 June, 2009||Early registration closes
|14–18th Sept., 2009||Conference
Format for Submission
We prefer papers to be submitted as a PDF file for the reviewing stage.
If this is not possible, a Microsoft Word format file is acceptable. The
format for submission is according to
A template for preparing submissions using Microsoft Word can be downloaded from here. Remember submissions must be
All the accepted papers will be included in the ESSA 2009 electronic proceedings.
The best accepted papers will be published in a post-proceedings.