Complexity in Santa Fe

The Santa Fe Institute (SFI) is a research and education centre aiming to contribute to a better understanding of adaptive complex systems. Established in 1984 and located in New Mexico, the U.S, the institute brings together scholars, practitioners, and the larger society around themes such as invention and innovation in evolutionary processes, mental models of … Continue reading Complexity in Santa Fe

Agent-Based Modelling Summer School in Montpellier

From September 12th to 23rd the “Multi-platform International Summer School on Agent-Based Modelling & Simulation for Renewable Resources Management” (MISS-ABMS) took place at Agropolis International in Montpellier, France. Marie took part of it and very much enjoyed the combination of theoretical lectures, case-study examples, practical sessions and a group project, all supported by established experts in the … Continue reading Agent-Based Modelling Summer School in Montpellier

System Dynamics Conference

From July the 16th until July the 21st, the System Dynamics Conference took place in Delft, the Netherlands. This years conference theme was "Black Swans and Black Lies: System Dynamics in the Context of Randomness and Political Power-play". Therese, David and Marie participated in various activities of the conference, including a summer school, a PhD-colloquium, conference … Continue reading System Dynamics Conference

AdaptEconII in Iceland – 1st Training Workshop

The first AdaptEconII workshop took place in Iceland from May 22nd to June 3rd 2016. This was the first time all twelve PhDs were in the same place and met the supervisors from all three Universities. The first part of the workshop took place in Hvergerði, one of Icelands unpronounceable beautiful hot spring areas. The … Continue reading AdaptEconII in Iceland – 1st Training Workshop