October 23-26, 2002
Dresden, Germany


The SCS European Simulation Symposium aims to bring together scientists, developers and users of leading edge simulation technology. By providing a number of themed tracks (both fundamental themes and application areas), the Programme Committee has attempted to provide foci for scientific contributions while offering an opportunity to the participants to engage in stimulating discussions with colleagues who may have quite different application frames of reference. 

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The host-city of ESS 2002, Dresden is not just a home of art and culture but also an up-and-coming location for science and high-tech.

Two universities with a total number of 25.000 students offer great potential for new industries like semiconductors or biotechnology.

Special projects like Volkswagen's new upper-class car " Phaeton" produced in a factory of glass form the new face of the city.

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