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We are happy to announce that the 1st OMNeT++ Community Summit will be hosted by the CoRE and INET working groups at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. The OMNeT++ Community Summit is the sucessor of the International Workshop on OMNeT++. Please, consider the call for papers.

OMNeT++ is a public-source, component-based, modular and open-architecture
simulation environment with strong GUI support and an embeddable
simulation kernel. It is designed to simulate discrete event systems, but
the primary application area is the simulation of communication networks.

After six successful editions of the International Workshop on OMNeT++,
we decided to change the workshop format to allow for less costs, more
interaction between participants, and more coding on-site. The successor
of the International Workshop on OMNeT++ is the OMNeT++ Community Summit.
The OMNeT++ Community Summit provides a forum for discussions on recent
developments and novel ideas in the broad area of network simulation and
modeling, with a focus on the OMNeT++ simulation environment.

The summit brings together developers and researchers to discuss
applications and ideas on the important topics of integrating simulation
models, coupling different simulation tools and providing more accurate
and more efficient modeling approaches.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Design, evaluation, & validation of simulation models
  • Comparison with other simulation / emulation tools
  • Parallel simulation and simulation control
  • Integration of hardware-specific code
  • Simulative approaches to performance evaluation
  • Cross-layer protocol design methodologies
  • Simulation credibility and validation
  • Use of discrete event simulation in other domains
  • Integration with other simulation tools
  • Result interpretation and analysis
  • Modeling techniques, including stochastic and hybrid modeling
  • Simulation in the loop
  • Industrial applications

The OMNeT++ Community Summit is sponsored. Registration fees will not be applied.