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Instructions for authors and presenters

Full papers and extended abstracts for MODSIM2019 will need to be formatted in accordance with the Word documentInstructions for authors. Please use the templates provided below.

Please note: you can submit just an extended abstract (max 1 page) or a full paper (max 7 pages, including an extended abstract on the first page). Note we have removed the expression of interest step this year and you are not required to submit an abstract before you submit your full paper.

The extended abstract should be a complete description of the problem area, broad findings and outcomes or implications and should hence be self contained.

The extended abstracts/full papers will be reviewed by independent reviewers and may require revision before publication.

Extended abstracts should be formatted using the same template as the full papers, using the first page only. They can include 300–500 words, plus affiliations and keywords.

Papers and extended abstracts should be submitted in Word or PDF format (if generated from LaTeX).

The instructions for authors, a template file and an example paper are available in Word and LaTeX format.

Note that in 2019 authors have the option to include their ORCID iD. See the examples in the templates. More information about ORCID is at

Find out more about how to submit your paper or extended abstract online.

Word documentInstructions for authors

Word documentExample MODSIM2019 paper

Word documentExample MODSIM2019 extended abstract

Word documentWord template file (.dotx)

ORCID iD icon (.jpg)

Zip fileLaTeX instructions, example, template files (zip)


Full papers will be published in online congress proceedings and submitted to Web of Science for indexing.

If the presenting author of an accepted submission does not attend the congress, by default the paper will not appear in the proceedings.


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