Social Simulation Fest 2021 - Session proposals
Following the success of the online Social Simulation Week 2020, held in September, the European Social Simulation Association is organizing a Social Simulation FesT (SocSimFesT2021), to take place 15-20 March 2021. The idea is to make the best use of the alternative opportunities offered by an online meeting format to organize a different kind of event than a face-to-face conference. The Social Simulation Conference 2021 will be in Cracow the week of 24 September as announced at Social Simulation Week 2020.
This is a call for session proposals at Social Simulation FesT 2021. Sessions are 1.5 hours or 3 hours in duration (the latter comprising two adjacent slots with a break in between). Session organizers are responsible for arranging the content of the session.
27 Nov 2020: Deadline submission of proposals.
07 Dec 2020: Decisions will be sent out.
Looking forward to receiving your session proposal!
The festival committee (Harko Verhagen, Melania Borit, Gary Polhill, Geeske Scholz, Timo Szczepanska, and Nanda Wijermans).
P.S. For further information and questions, you can contact us at organizers<at>
Session duration preference
Session timing preference (relative to Central European Time)
Precise times for these are to be decided, but assume late morning sessions will finish on or before 12:30, and early afternoon sessions start on or after 13:30; whilst early morning sessions will start on or after 07:00 and late afternoon sessions end on or before 19:00.
Session type preference
Tutorials and demonstrations: guided usage of a software tool or model that participants in your session will download and try.
Introductions to social simulation: outreach on social simulation tailored to disciplines and research areas.
Seminar: focused group discussion on a particular topic with one presentation introducing it, and extended Q&A afterwards.
Workshop: facilitated group discussion using online workshop tools and breakout groups.
Description of your session (2000 characters)
Provisional time table
A brief statement on how you propose to take advantage of the opportunities offered by an online rather than face-to-face format.
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google.
Terms of Service