The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS) is a membership based, technical association of simulationists. SCS promotes the use of modeling and simulation in a variety of application areas. SCS was established in 1952 as a nonprofit, volunteer-driven corporation called Simulation Councils, Inc. Simulation Councils, Inc. became The Society for Computer Simulation. SCS periodically presents special awards to Modeling & Simulation practitioners in the following categories: Contributions to the Profession; Service to the Society; and Lifetime Achievements (SCS’s M&S Hall of Fame).

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  • The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS) is a membership based, technical association of simulationists. SCS promotes the use of modeling and simulation in a variety of application areas. SCS was established in 1952 as a nonprofit, volunteer-driven corporation called Simulation Councils, Inc. Simulation Councils, Inc. became The Society for Computer Simulation. SCS organizes meetings, sponsors and co-sponsors national and international conferences, and publishes the SIMULATION: Transactions of The Society for Modeling and Simulation International and the Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation magazines. SCS is managed by a Board of Directors (BoD), the Executive Director and a President's Council. The president and president-elect of the Board are elected by the members of the society. The president appoints the four vice-presidents representing the four major operational areas of the society: membership, publications, conferences and education. The president also appoints a secretary and a treasurer. In addition to the elected and appointed positions, the Executive Committee includes the immediate past president and the executive director. The Board of Directors encompasses the Executive Committee and a group of Directors at Large. SCS periodically presents special awards to Modeling & Simulation practitioners in the following categories: Contributions to the Profession; Service to the Society; and Lifetime Achievements (SCS’s M&S Hall of Fame). (en)
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  • The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS) is a membership based, technical association of simulationists. SCS promotes the use of modeling and simulation in a variety of application areas. SCS was established in 1952 as a nonprofit, volunteer-driven corporation called Simulation Councils, Inc. Simulation Councils, Inc. became The Society for Computer Simulation. SCS periodically presents special awards to Modeling & Simulation practitioners in the following categories: Contributions to the Profession; Service to the Society; and Lifetime Achievements (SCS’s M&S Hall of Fame). (en)
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  • Society for Modeling and Simulation International (en)
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