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System Dynamics Society
Milne 300, Rockefeller College
135 Western Avenue
University at Albany
Albany, NY 12222 USA

Phone: +1 (518) 442-3865 FAX: +1 (518) 442-3398

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New Information: Important Guidelines for Conference Proceedings

Papers may be submitted from February 3, 2014 to March 18, 2014. They will undergo a double-blind review and must be in sufficient detail for the referees to judge their meaning and value. Submissions must be in English, should be 5-30 pages in length (maximum 2 MB file size), and follow the submission requirements posted on the conference website. Abstracts will not be accepted!

Inclusion of models (maximum 2 MB file size in addition to the paper) and other supporting materials to aid the review process is strongly encouraged and will be a factor in paper evaluation.

The Program Committee, consisting of Thread Chairs working under the oversight of the Program Chairs, will select papers for inclusion in the conference program and determine the form of presentation (though authors may request presentation as a poster at the time of submission). Notifications of acceptance will be sent by May 7, 2014.

Authors retain the copyright to all submitted work and, by submitting, grant permission for inclusion in the conference proceedings. Each paper must have a designated presenter and one individual can be a designated presenter for at most two works. Presenters not registered by May 29, 2014 will have their papers automatically removed from the schedule. Without exceptions, papers must be presented at the conference to be published in the proceedings. All attendees, whether presenting or not, must register for the conference.

Workshop/Special Proposals

Proposals for workshops and tutorials are welcome and can be submitted using the Web Portal from February 3, 2014 to March 18, 2014.

Special session proposals are due by March 18, 2014. Please send proposals to:

Good work in system dynamics is often relevant to multiple communities. The conference promotes the diffusion of knowledge generally and system dynamics particularly. Work that has been submitted to, accepted for, or already presented at another conference, or accepted but not yet published in a journal, will be considered. An article already published in a journal in English should not be submitted.