American Modelica Conference 2020


Modelica Association and North American Modelica Users' Group

University Memorial Center - 1669 Euclid Ave., Boulder, CO 80309

March 23 - 25, 2020

American Modelica Conference 2020 Call for Papers

The Modelica Association (MA) develops, maintains and promotes related and interoperable standards in the domain of systems modeling and simulation. All Modelica standards are freely available from their respective websites, and all standard development projects are open for contributions by interested parties. 

Modelica is a freely available, equation-based, object-oriented language for convenient and efficient modeling of complex, multi-domain cyber-physical systems described by ordinary differential, difference, and algebraic equations. 

The Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) is a freely available standard for the tool-independent exchange of models and for co-simulation. It is supported by many Modelica and non-Modelica tools and is the key to utilizing Modelica models in non-Modelica environments.

System Structure and Parameterization (SSP) standard describes how model components are connected and possibly (hierarchically) composed into composite components, as well as how model parameterization data is stored and exchanged between them. The SSP is compatible with FMI by design

The Distributed Co-simulation Protocol (DCP) standard is an application level communication protocol. It is designed to integrate models or real-time systems into simulation environments. The DCP is compatible with FMI by design

The Modelica conference will bring together people using Modelica and/or FMI for modeling, simulation, and control applications, Modelica language designers, Modelica and/or FMI tool vendors and Modelica library developers. 

Please review  the full Call for papers for a list of topics at


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