Congress

ASSESS CONGRESS

The primary annual event for the ASSESS Initiative is the annual ASSESS Congress. The Annual ASSESS Congress brings together key leadership participants including experts, industry analysts, software providers, researchers, simulation users, and others in the community of model-based analysis, simulation and systems engineering with the goal to review the current status, issues, goals and next steps of the ASSESS Initiative. The role of each ASSESS congress is to guide and influence the ASSESS initiative’s efforts related to software development and deployment strategies.

ASSESS 2017

The next event for the ASSESS Initiative is the 2nd annual ASSESS Congress to be held Nov 1st-3rd, 2017 at the Bolger Center in Potomac, MD. The ASSESS 2017 Congress is being organized to help shape the industry and product strategies for the next decade related to Engineering Simulation*. Registration for the ASSESS 2017 Congress is by invitation only and is limited to 115 attendees.  Registration for the ASSESS 2017 Congress will close either when  all available seats are taken but no later than October 28, 2017.   Registrations will not be accepted after October 28, 2017.

ASSESS 2016

The 1st annual ASSESS Congress was held in January 2016 at the Bolger Center in Potomac, MD, during the infamous “DC area Snowmageddon.” In spite of the severe winter storm, the ASSESS 2016 Congress participants constituted a  Who’s-Who of the simulation software community to review the status, issues, goals and actionable items of the ASSESS Initiative. The ASSESS 2016 Congress was organized by Cyon Research and intrinSIM.

ASSESS SUMMIT 2015

The Analysis, Simulation and Systems Engineering Software Summit was a watershed event organized by Cyon Research and intrinSIM and hosted by the Santa Fe Institute on January 8-9, 2015 that kicked off the ASSESS Initiative.

*Engineering Simulation as used by the ASSESS Initiative refers to Analysis, Simulation and Systems Engineering technologies and associated usage in the engineering applications domain.

The demand for model-based software tools for analysis, systems engineering, and simulation is exploding; at the same time, we are struggling to keep up with our current demand to effectively use these tools.