Swarm Conference

Seventh Annual Swarm Users/Researchers Conference
SwarmFest 2003
McKenna Hall
Notre Dame, Indiana USA

April 13 - 15, 2003

Keynote Speaker
John H. Holland

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering and the Center for the Study of Biocomplexity at the University of Notre Dame, and the Swarm Development Group (SDG) are pleased to announce the Seventh Annual Swarm Users/Researchers Meeting to be held on the campus of the University of Notre Dame, on April 13-15, 2003.

At SwarmFest 2003, scientists, modelers, and programmers working in a wide variety of domains will get the opportunity to share their research, knowledge and experience with multi-agent modeling including (but not restricted to) the Swarm simulation system. Researchers using other Agent-based Modeling tools such as RePast, StarLogo, Echo, NetLogo, IMT, AgentSheets, Ascape are invited to participate. The Swarm Development Group also uses the meeting to help determine future development priorities, so come and tell us what's on your mind! The meeting is a cross section of the community, historically including content suitable for both inexperienced and experienced users and researchers.

SwarmFest 2003 will commence on Sunday afternoon, April 13, and will finish on Tuesday, April 15. All meeting sessions will be held in the McKenna Conference Center, across the street from the Morris Inn, the conference hotel.

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