A small, but important change of name has occurred: this SIG is no longer called SS4SG (Social Simulation 4 Serious Games), but SSSG: Social Simulation and Serious Games. We chose to do so because the ‘4’ implied that the collaboration between the fields of social simulation and serious games is only a one-way relation; of […]
The Social Simulation Conference. We have organised a special track on Social Simulation 4 Serious Games on Wednesday the 3rd, from 17:00-18:00.
As a first possible event for SS4SG, we have been invited to submit papers related to our topic to ESSA 2014 at Barcelona, Spain, this year’s conference of the European Social Simulation Association. If enough (at least 3) papers get accepted, a special track on Social Simulation for Serious Games will be organised. The official […]