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JFMS 2024

JFMS 2024: Journées Francophones de la Modélisation et de la Simulation Corse du Sud Cargèse, France, November 4-8, 2024

Submission Guidelines

All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. The following paper categories are welcome:

  • Full papers: 6-8 pages
  • Short papers: 4 pages
  • Abstract papers: 1 page
  • Posters: A0

List of Topics

  • Theory of Modelling and Simulation
  • DEVS formalism
  • Simulation
  • Modelling
  • Complex Systems
  • Discrete Event Systems
  • Multi-Agent Systems
  • Model-driven engineering


Program Committee (work in progress)

  • Philippe Mathieu - University of Lille
  • Vincent Chevrier - Université de Lorraine
  • Fred Amblard - IRIT - University Toulouse 1
  • Stéphane Galland - Université de Technologie de Belfort Montbéliard
  • Jean-Pierre Muller - CIRAD
  • Julien Saunier - LITIS, INSA-Rouen
  • Benjamin Antunes - LIMOS
  • Nicolas Marilleau - UMI UMMISCO - Institut de recherche pour le développement
  • Gildas Morvan - LGI2A, Université d’Artois
  • Thierry Antoine-Santoni - UMR LISA Université de Corse

Organizing committee

  • Paul-Antoine Bisgambiglia (UDCPP - CNRS)
  • Raphaël Duboz (CIRAD)
  • Gauthier Quesnel (MIAT INRAE)
  • David R.C. Hill (UCA - ISIMA)
  • Gregory Zacharewicz (IMT – MINES ALES)
  • Fabien Michel (LIRMM)
  • Jean-Christophe Soulié (CIRAD)
  • Amine Hamri (LIS LAB)
  • Rémy Courdier (Univ Réunion)

Invited Speakers (work in progress)

  • Vincent Chevrier - Cosimulation topic

Publication (work in progress)

JFMS 2024 proceedings will be published in book by CEPADUES edt.


The conference will be held in Cargèse, IES:

L’Institut d’Etudes Scientifiques de Cargèse / UMS 820

In the process of production of knowledge, meetings between researchers are vital. Whatever their forms : schools, which aimed at training PhD students and young researchers, workshops, meant for the gathering of specialists, or large spectrum conferences, they all contribute to the progress of science. Every year about 30 international scientific events are organized in the IESC and gather in the « village » more than 2000 scientists from all fields. Those women and men of science find and appreciate in the IESC an exceptional geograpghical place, humanly remarkable and ideal working environment. As a matter of fact, we can hardly imagine better than those buildings harmoniously nested in a creek nearby the pleasant village of Cargèse. But beyond the idyllic setting, the scientists know that they can count on IESC’s competent and devoted staff, who makes their stay as pleasant as possible. Hence, they can fully focus on teaching young scientists and enrich their own reflections interacting with other collegues. This is how entire scientific communities were structured in Cargèse.

Director : Fabrice Mortessagne


All questions about submissions should be emailed to bisgambiglia_pa [at]