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SIGSIM Best Ph.D. Student Paper Award
Call for Participation

The SIGSIM Best Ph.D. Student Paper Award is given as part of the Ph.D. Colloquium and Poster Session at each Winter Simulation Conference.

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ACM SIGSIM Best Ph.D. Student Paper Award

Call for Participation

2018 Winter Simulation Conference
Ph.D. Colloquium and Poster Session

Sponsored by the ACM SIGSIM and INFORMS-Sim Societies

Sunday, December 9, 2018

Best Ph.D. Student Paper Awards

The Ph.D. Colloquium and Poster Session at 2018 Winter Simulation Conference is an exciting opportunity for Ph.D. students to present their work to the public.

The Ph.D. Colloquium is intended for the Ph.D. students who are within one year of their graduation (planning to graduate by Dec. 2019). Those students will be given an opportunity to showcase their work during a short presentation session in the Colloquium (apart from the regular tracks).  All Colloquium students will then participate in the Colloquium Poster Session. Presenting your Ph.D. work to your peers and supporting society members will give you valuable feedback, support your research with additional ideas and parallel ongoing work, and introduces you to a network that can be very helpful with your career once you graduate.

Click to see the details of the Ph.D. Colloquium and Poster Session at WSC.

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