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International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA)


International Simulation and Gaming Association (ISAGA) Thai Simulation Gaming Association (Thaisim)
Japan Association of Simulation And Gaming (JASAG)
Thonburi University, Thailand
Mahidol University, Thailand
Rajamangala University of Technology Srivijaya
King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi
Chiang Rai Rajabhat University
Sripatum University-Chonburi Campus
Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (TCEB)


Chair: Dr. Urairat Yamchuti (Thonburi U.)
Chair: Dr. Songsri Soranastaporn (Mahidol U.)
Chair: Dr. Ryoju Hamada (Thammasat U.)

ISAGA2018 Organizational Committee

Call for Papers and Call for Workshops


Conference organization:
Dr. Urairat Yamchuti (Tom)
Dr. Songsri Soranastaporn (Songsri)
Dr. Ryoju Hamada (Hamada)
Email: isaga49conf@gmail.com

Welcome to ISAGA

ISAGA is a professional association for students, teachers, trainers, researchers, practitioners and other professionals. Its aim is to promote gaming simulation methods, including research, consulting, learning and teaching methods, such as traditional business and management simulation games, policy exercises, computer simulations and computer-supported simulation games, role play, learning games, scenarios, dynamic case studies, experiential learning activities, business-theatre, etc..

Welcome to ISAGA2018 Ten Countries, including Thailand, in South East Asia came together in an alliance called ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015. Higher education reform, harmonization, and developing new teachers are key issues of AEC. To celebrate Thaisim's 10th anniversary and to appreciate half century legend of ISAGA, we planned this conference as an opportunity to exchange the wisdom from many countries. We will discuss the future of Simulation & Gaming, ISAGA, people, and learners together. Everyone is welcome to discover the future; so come, let's gather in Thailand!!!

Conference organization

Call for Contributions


  a. Design of S&G (Simulation Gaming) board, card, and other formats and approaches 

b. Facilitation & debriefing of S&G

  c. S&G to test and develop theories in different social and other domains

d. S&G for practical design of environmental, social, industrial, political issue.


e. S&G for crisis management, risk management, and natural disaster management

  f. S&G applications in language, communication, science, history, business management, logistics, supply chain, and other disciplines
  g. S&G in active learning, experiential learning, skill development, and learning outcomes

h. Applications of S&G in computer-assisted, internet-based, AI-based, and other cutting-edge technological platforms


i. Experiences in using S&G in South East Asia region

  j. Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Mixed Reality for S&G

Important dates

1) Paper

Deadline for Abstract: Jan 20
Notification of Abstract Decision: Jan 10
Deadline for Paper: Apr 15
Notification of Paper: Apr 30
Deadline for Camera Ready: May 31
Conference: July 9-13

2) Workshop Paper

Deadline for Abstract: Dec 31
Notification of Abstract Decision: Jan 10
Deadline for Paper: Apr 15
Notification of Paper: Apr 30
Deadline for Camera Ready: May 31
Conference: July 9-13

3) Poster [all for 2018]

Deadline for Paper:    Dec 31
Notification of Paper:   Jan 10


Types of Contributions

1) Paper
2) Workshop
3) Poster
For Paper and workshop, it is required to submit one-page abstract (Format Free), to ensure the quality. Full papers (5-8 pages) which are accepted by peer reviewers will be published in proceedings or Springer “Translational Systems Sciences Series for selected papers” as post-proceedings depends on its quality. All paper and workshop submission remains a right to attend a poster session as well.

Travel The conference will be held at Mahidol University in the Faculty of Liberal Arts (MULA) which is located at Siriwittaya Building, in Salaya Campus, Nakhon Pathom Province.

Travel from airports in Thailand to Salaya, Nakhon Pathom Province From Suvarnabhumi Airport By public transport Airport Rail Link or Suvarnabhumi Airport City Line (SA City Line) departs from Suvarnabhumi station to Phaya Thai Station every 30 minutes and take approximately 23 minutes. Single tickets cost about € 1. Exact times and fares can be checked at (Click here) Airport Rail Link station can be entered from the airport main hall.
From Phaya Thai Station, you have 2 options:

1. Ride a taxi to Mahidol, Faculty of Science, Rama 6, Phaya Thai for getting on the ISAGA van to Mahidol, Salaya. 2. Connect Sky train to Bangwa. Then ride taxi to Mahidol, Salaya

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