Welcome to the conference
“Modelling and Simulation of Social-Behavioural Phenomena in Creative Societies”

About the Conference

Application of computational models to study issues in the social sciences and humanities has been undergoing rapid development during the last decades. The conference MSBC-2024 aims to create an open panel for the effective dialogue among researchers and practitioners interested in the integration of computer science in social science and humanities, for strengthening the visibility, recognition and understanding of problems of simulation and modelling of socio-economic reality.

Scope of the Conference

Due to its interdisciplinary flavour, this conference brings together researchers from the areas of social sciences and humanities (e.g. organizational science, communicative action theory, management science, contemporary economic science, societal complexity, sociology, media research, and others), operations research, computational intelligence, agent-based simulation, applied mathematics, econophysics and their respective fields of applications.

HISTORY OF THE CONFERENCE

ORGANISERS OF THE CONFERENCE

CO-ORGANISING INSTITUTIONS

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Prof. Dr. Nitin Agarwal,
University of Arkansas
at Little Rock, USA
Co-Chairman

Prof. Leonidas Sakalauskas,
Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Co-Chairman

Members of International Programme Committee

– Prof. Dr. Nilufar Abdurakhmonova, National University of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan
– Prof. Manzura Abjalova, Alisher Navoi Tashkent State University of Uzbek Language and Literature, Uzbekistan
– Prof. Nitin Agarwal, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA
– Prof Dr. Akaki Arsenashvili, Tbilisi State University, Sakartvelo
– Prof. Fuad Aleskerov, Higher School of Economics, Russia
– Prof. Dr. Elena Andreeva, Hanover Medical School, Germany
– Prof. Dr. Juozas Augutis, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
– Prof. Adil Bagirov, Federation University Australia, Australia
– Prof. Laura Baitenova, Turan University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Dr. Alexis Belianin, Higher School of Economics, Russia
– Prof. Gulmira Bekmanova, L.N. Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Dr. Gordon Dash, University of Rhode Island, USA
– Prof. Dorien DeTombe, EWG on Ethics and OR, Netherlands
– Prof. Dr. George Kleiner, Financial University, Russia
– Prof. Vitalijus Denisovas, Klaipeda University, Lithuania
– Prof. Dr. Aiste Dirzyte, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania
– Prof. Dr. Cathal MacSwiney Brugha, University College Dublin, Ireland
– Prof. Dr. Walter Leal Filho, Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
– Prof. Ignacio Grossman, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
– Prof. Dr. Nella Israilova, Kyrgyz State Technical University, Kyrgyzstan
– Prof. Nina Kaiji, University of Rhode Island, USA
– Prof. Dr. Mikhail Kovalyov, United Institute of Informatics Problems, Belarus
– Prof. Suria Kumacheva, St. Petersburg State University, Russia
– Prof. Nelson Maculan, University Federal of Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
– Prof. Oleksandr Makarenko, Kyiv Technical University, Ukraine
– Prof. Orken Mamyrbayev, Institute of Information and Computational Technologies, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Dr. Madina Mansurova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Dr. Vladimir Mazalov, Petrozavodsk University, Russia
– Prof. Peep Miidla, Estonian Center of Industrial Mathematics, Estonia
– Prof. Marek Miłosz, Lublin University of Technology, Poland
– Prof. Shynar Mussiraliyeva, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Batyrkhan Omarov, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Dina Oralbekova, Satbayev University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Dr. Diana Rakhimova, Al-Farabi Kazakh Natioal University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Dina Razakova, Turan University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Dr. Sankar Kumar Roy, Vidyasagar University, West Bengal, India
– Dr. Maxim Rybachuk, Financial University, Russia
– Prof. Maxatbek Satymbekov, Al-Farabi Kazakh Natioal University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Roman Slowinski, Poznan University, Poland
– Prof. Christos Skiadas, Technical University of Crete, Greece
– Prof. Alexis Tsoukias, LAMSADE, France
– Prof. Dr. Ualsher Tukeyev, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Mafura Uandykova, NarXoz University, Kazakhstan
– Prof. Sigitas Vaitkevicius, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
– Prof. Adilson Xavier, University Federal Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
– Prof. Edmundas-Kazinieras Zavadskas, Vilnius Technical University, Lithuania
– Prof. Xiaobo Zhao, Tsinghua University, China

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Prof. Dina Razakova,
Turan University, Kazakhstan
Chairman

Members of Organising Committee

Laura Baitenova, Turan University, Kazakhstan
Mafura Uandykova, NarXoz University, Kazakhstan
Maxim Rybachuk, Financial University, Russia
Leonidas Sakalauskas, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Vytautas Dulskis, Vilnius University, Lithuania

INVITED SPEAKERS

Invited Speakers and Lecturers will be announced later…

IMPORTANT DATES

Description

Dates

First call for papers:

– November 30, 2023

Deadline for invited session proposals:

– March 20, 2024

Registration and Abstract submission to Springer Proceedings:

– April 29, 2024


Paper submission to Springer Proceedings:

– May 05, 2024

Paper acceptance notification:

– June 15, 2024

Early registration fee payment:

– September 08, 2024

Registration and Abstract submission
without a paper to Proceedings:

– September 15, 2024

Conference:

– September 18-20, 2024

Paper submission to a top-rated journal:

– November 15, 2024

ABOUT PUBLICATIONS

We encourage researchers who are starting or developing their research related to computing and OR in social sciences to present their work for discussion and take part in the tutorials on the challenging topics of modelling and simulation of social-behavioural phenomena in creative societies.

Contributors can opt to participate in the conference with or without a paper for Proceedings. In case of without a paper for Proceedings, just an abstract of the talk is required. In case of with a paper for Proceedings, a short paper is required. The Proceedings of the conference will be published in Springer Conference Proceedings Series “Communications in Computer and Information Science” (CCIS).

The submitted articles should be 12-15+ pages long. Much shorter papers (6-11 pages long) will be accepted too, but only as an exception.

Please, use the following guidelines and template when preparing the article (in Word or Latex ).

We expect to receive the articles by June 01, 2024. Each submitted article will be rigorously evaluated by assessing the originality, significance, technical soundness, clarity of exposition, and relevance to the issue’s theme. Only the papers that meet these criteria will be accepted.

SUBMIT YOUT PAPER

The acceptance of the articles will be announced by June 15, 2024. Payment of the registration fee is a requirement for the publication of an article.

In addition to the conference Proceedings and a special issue in the post-conference journal, a collective monograph on the subject of the conference topics will be published by a worldwide publisher. The title and content of the book will be announced before the conference.

REGISTRATION

Participants are welcome not only from academia but also media, industry and institutions concerned with computing in social sciences and humanities, complex societal methodologies and system-based modeling and space-time analysis in economics. Representatives of areas of application will have a chance to get in contact with leading experts in the conference fields, learn the state-of-the-art of research and about new academic software tools that will be applicable in the future.

Please fill out the following form if you are going to participate in the conference and/or organise an invited session.

CONFERENCE ADDRESS


Turan University
16a Satpayeva Street,
Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan,
050013

info@msbc.tech

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